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Start ‘Em:

QB Kyler Murray (ARI)

Murray got off to a red hot start last week against the 49ers, with 26.3pts. Murray will face a weak Washington defense and led by Deandre Hopkins, Murray will have plenty of targets to throw to; not to mention what Murray can do with his legs. After an outstanding performance in week 1, Murray looks to stay on a roll in week 2.

WR Davante Adams (GB)

Adams torched the Vikings secondary this past week for over 40 points (PPR), and could put up near 40 again this week. Adams faces a below-average Lions secondary, which figures to be depleted by injuries for this Sunday. If Aaron Rodgers plays solid, Adams’ fantasy owners could reap great benefits from starting him.

RB Raheem Mostert (SF)

Mostert had a great week 1, resulting in about 25pts (PPR). Mostert will face the Jets in week 2, and behind a great 49ers O-Line, he may be seeing nothing but green grass this week. Mostert will also be a big factor in the passing game, as he’s emerged as one of Jimmy Garoppolo’s favorite targets.

Sit ‘Em:

WR Odell Beckham Jr (CLE)

Odell could’ve had a solid week 1, however, he was held back by poor quarterback play. Last Sunday, Baker Mayfield showed why he shouldn’t be trusted, and that his fellow offensive pieces can’t do it all. Baker needs to prove that he can be a good starter before Odell is a safe fantasy starter.

RB David Johnson (HOU)

Bill O’Brien made sure he got his big offseason acquisition involved vs Kansas City last week, and likely will try it again this week. However, Johnson will face a great Baltimore defense, which figures to shut down the run. The Ravens’ extensive and experienced D-Line looks to give Johnson some problems this Sunday.

QB Carson Wentz (PHI)

It may be time to hop off the Wentz train, after a brutal week 1 loss to Washington. Wentz has to deal with a beat-up receiving core and will face a much better defense this week in the Rams. Jalen Ramsey and Aaron Donald will both give the Eagles trouble on Sunday in multiple ways. After an abysmal week 1 performance, Wentz should find himself on the bench this week.