After an exciting week two of the NFL Football season, it was a week filled with injuries, breaking news, and comeback finishes. We are back to help you again with your fantasy football needs. From add, drop and watch. We have you covered to help you win your fantasy game this week.
QB Kirk Cousins, Washington Redskins- week two stats- 250 passing yards, two touchdowns and 18 Fantasy Points.
RB Bernard Pierce, Baltimore Ravens- week two stats- 96 yards and nine fantasy points.
TE Owen Daniels, Baltimore Ravens- week two stats- 28 receiving yards, two touchdowns and 14 fantasy points.
TE Antonio Gates, San Diego Chargers- week two stats- 96 receiving yard, three touchdowns and 27 fantasy points.
RB Matt Asiata, Minnesota Vikings-week two stats- 36 rushing yards, one touchdown and 13 fantasy points.
RB Terrance West, Cleveland Browns- week two stats-68 rushing, one touchdown and 14 fantasy points.
TE Marcedes Lewis, Jacksonville Jaguars- week two stats-71 receiving yards, one touchdown and 13 fantasy points. Due to an ankle injury, Lewis will be sidelined six to eight weeks, drop him from your roster.
WR Tavon Austin, St. Louis Rams- week two stats-0 yards 0 touchdowns and two fantasy points. Due to lack of production and a knee injury that will sideline Austin for two-four weeks, drop him from your roster.
QB Eli Manning, New York Giants- week two stats- 277 passing yards, two touchdowns, two interceptions and 15 fantasy points. Due to lack of production drop him from your roster.
WR Miles Austin, Cleveland Browns- week two stats- 44 receiving yard, one touchdown and 10 fantasy points. Austin has been the number one target for QB Brian Hoyer in the absence of number one WR Josh Gordon. Keep an eye out for Miles Austin on the wavier list, as he could be a good pick up to help your team.
RB Ahmad Bradshaw, Indianapolis Colts-week two stats- 70 rushing yards, two touchdowns and 21 fantasy points. After outplaying starting RB Trent Richardson for the second straight week, Bradshaw has made his statement that he should be given more opportunities. Keep an eye on his production he could add good value to your team.