Fantasy Football Week 2 Hot or Cold brings your Players who are Hot and Cold for Week 2. Erich Schlegel-USA TODAY Sports brings your Players who are Hot and Cold for Week 2.
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Drew Brees – With a huge game against the Raiders and their renovated defense, now he goes up against another renovated defense. Giants let Dak be efficient but that wont happen 2 weeks in a row

Kirk Cousins – Bad first week may have others in doubt but he is home and going against a Dallas defense that isn't good. Prepare for a lot of Jordan Reed

Joe Flacco – If Carson Wentz can tear up a defense just think about what a game Flacco may have, and that's with Mike Wallace who he seems to have very good chemistry with


Andrew Luck – Bad defenses are the reason for the first 3 QBs, but Luck may be going against the best. Bad OLine meet Great DLine

Tyrod Taylor – A lackluster offensive performance in week 1 going up against a defense that didn't have it figured out. Look for the Jets to win this matchup with a Sammy Watkins that didn't look like the dominant receiver we thought he would be

Jameis Winston – What a great performance in week 1 but Arizona Cardinals and Atlanta Falcons have different kinds of defenses. Still a decent game but borderline QB1 is all you can expect

Running Backs


CJ Anderson (Start of the Week) – Colts defense is horrible. If they can give up great fantasy numbers to 2 running backs in a week just imagine the field day CJ Anderson is going to have

Mark Ingram – Giants stuffed Elliot but with the Saints having a great passing attack don't expect those results again

Latavius Murray – Expect a shootout in the Bay as the Raiders and Falcons score lots of points. However, Raiders pull away and Murray gets a lot of touches in the second half


Devonta Freeman – Lots of points in the Bay but which Falcon running back gets the ball? Time share is happening in Atlanta and until further notice Freeman isn't a top 10 running back

Todd Gurley – What a bad start to a new franchise and now Gurley and friends are going against a top defense in Seattle. Seattle's offensive problems will only make keeping the ball away from Gurley more of a factor

Thomas Rawls – The least efficient of the 2 running backs and now go up against a better defense, plus a hurt QB. Seattle's offense continues to struggle this week and Rawls struggles continue as well

Wide Receivers

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