Fantasy Football 2017: Divisional sits, starts and sleepers for Week 2
The Seahawks are looking to resurrect their offense against the San Francisco 49ers defense this week.
Meanwhile, the Rams host Washington and Arizona travels to Indy trying to balance themselves after a disastrous Week 1.
SIT – Running Back, Kerwynn Williams – Arizona Cardinals
Every fantasy football owner with David Johnson on their roster likely jumped at the chance to pick up Williams.
With the announcement, today he would be the starter in Week 2 against the Colts, there’s probably even more looking at starting him.
However, the Cardinals also brought back Chris Johnson. The veteran who knows the playbook, knows the team, and has a rapport with quarterback Carson Palmer.
If Arizona is going to survive David Johnson’s injury, it isn’t going to be on the legs of Williams.
START – Seattle Seahawks Defense
The San Francisco 49ers simply aren’t a good team right now.
Brian Hoyer completed all but nine of his passes, and amassed just 193-yards through the air while doing it.
Carlos Hyde carried the ball just nine times, and totaled 45-yards.
This was against a Carolina Panthers defense which is better than 2016’s, but not better than Seattle’s this year.
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SLEEPER – Quarterback, Jared Goff – Los Angeles Rams
Goff very quietly had a solid Week 1.
He completed 21-of-29 passes and had one scoring pass to go with his 306-yards in their home opener.
Cooper Kupp was the runaway star of the game with his 76-yard performance.
Wentz already took advantage of the Redskins defense, and now it’s the other guys turn.