Debrief of the week in Fantasy, with a perfect team trusted by players from Miami and Baltimore. We also take stock of the players to be added, in particular to compensate for Trey Lance’s injury.
[Format utilisé : PPR]
The perfect team
The fabulous game between the Dolphins and the Ravens gave us a show on the field and many points in Fantasy. Both quarterbacks finished leaders this week, but it was Lamar Jackson who made the difference with 318 yards through the air, 119 on the ground and 4 total touchdowns. And their receivers logically took advantage of the party. The Miami duo remains formed in this perfect team, since both passed the bar of 170 yards in 11 receptions and scored twice. Baltimore side is the TE Mark Andrews who is there, author of 9 receptions for 104 yards and 1 touchdown.
Among the receivers of the match mentioned above, Stefon Diggs is doing well. The star WR of the Bills signed an XXL match against Tennessee on Monday, with 12 receptions for 148 yards and 3 touchdowns. With 44.8 fantasy points, he is the number 1 player this week.
On the ground, Nick Chubb also offered himself a hat-trick in just 17 races. He signs more than 100 yards in total, including 87 on the ground. He is accompanied by Aaron Jones, who gained 132 yards on the ground, 38 more in the air, and who scored in both sectors.
On the defensive side, the Bucs ruled the Saints, including 6 sacks, 3 interceptions and 1 touchdown. Impeccable on foot, Graham Gano represents the kickers.
The top 5 by position
|QB||Team||Fantasy Pts||RB||Team||Fantasy Pts|
|lamar jackson||BALL||62.8||Nick Chubb||KEY||47.6|
|Josh Allen||BUF||61.2||Saquon Barkley||NYG||45.2|
|Jalen Hurts||PHI||57.7||By Andre Swift||TED||43.2|
|Carson Wentz||WAS||55.5||Aaron Jones||UK||42.6|
|Tua Tagovailoa||MIA||53.7||Clyde Edwards-Helaire||K.C.||38.2|
|WR||Team||Fantasy Pts||YOU||Team||Fantasy Pts|
|Stefon Diggs||BUF||71||Travis Kelce||K.C.||36.2|
|Cooper Kupp||LAR||63.6||mark andrews||BALL||35.9|
|Tyreek Hill||MIA||60||Darren Waller||LV||28.9|
|Amon-Ra St Brown||TED||59.8||Gerald Everett||LAKE||27.5|
|Jaylen Waddle||MIA||57.8||Zach Ertz||ARI||26.9|
|DEF||Team||Fantasy Pts||K||Team||Fantasy Pts|
Waivers: Players to add this week
Jared Goff (Detroit Lions)
The Lions have scored over 35 points in their first two games of the season, and Jared Goff has a host of offensive weapons. The QB won’t be good every week, but he can have big games like this weekend with his 4 touchdowns. He is a good QB2 to have.
Jimmy Garoppolo (San Francisco 49ers)
If you lost Trey Lance, you can take the logical route and take Jimmy Garoppolo. Back in the center of the 49ers’ offense, he remains a solid quarterback, although he clearly offers less potential than Lance.
Other QBs to watch: Marcus Mariota (ATL), Carson Wentz (WAS)
Raheem Mostert (Miami Dolphins)
Complicated situation for Fantasy managers because the Dolphins backfield does not provide guarantees. Chase Edmonds was the clear leader in Week 1, but he was outclassed by Raheem Mostert this weekend. The latter was more prominent on the ground and in the air.
Darrel Williams and Eno Benjamin (Arizona Cardinals)
Out with an ankle injury, James Conner didn’t play at all in the second half in Las Vegas. Eno Benjamin (11 keys) and Darrel Williams (10 keys) then shared the work.
Other RBs to follow: Mark Ingram (NO), Tyler Allgeier (ATL)
Garrett Wilson (New York Jets)
Interesting but still shy during the 1time day, Garrett Wilson has arrived! The Jets rookie WR showed his potential by catching 8 passes for 102 yards and 2 touchdowns. He clearly has the qualities to be the Jets’ No. 1 WR.
Jakobi Meyers (New England Patriots)
Meyers was one of my favorite sleepers in pre-season and that sentiment is confirmed. Granted, Nelson Agholor has gained more yards, but Meyers is a safer choice for regular volume. He is clearly Mac Jones’ most wanted WR.
Jahan Dotson (Washington Commanders)
After signing twice in his first game, Jahan Dotson confirmed by still being very present by scoring a third touchdown. If it’s still available, add it.
Other WRs to follow: Sterling Shepard (NYG), Nelson Agholor (NE), Noah Brown (DAL), Greg Dortch (ARI)
Logan Thomas (Washington Commanders)
Back from a big knee injury that sidelined him in 2021, Logan Thomas is regaining his efficiency. Carson Wentz likes to rely on tight ends and Logan Thomas seems to have enough potential volume despite a well-stocked aerial attack.
Evan Engram (Jacksonville Jaguars)
Trevor Lawrence distributes the game badly between his various receivers, and this could lead to variations in the stats. Evan Engram finished leading his team in receptions (7) in Week 2.
Other TEs to follow: Hayden Hurst (CIN), Tyler Conklin (NYJ)