Week 2 Fantasy Football Rankings: Sleepers, Prospects, Starting, Sitting | Judge Hale, Jordan Addison and more

We’re already talking about our Week 2 fantasy football rankings! can you dig it? Sokka! This is a nod to this week’s fun with the ranks. There’s a new format for weekly and dormant rankings, so read the ‘Alert’ section, #CheckTheRanks and get ready to win week 2.

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🚨 Alert 🚨

New formula! Let me know what you all think. Instead of just sleeping in – and to add a bunch of context as to why players are ranked a certain way – I’m sharing weekly matchup details… of sorts. I’m offering you some tidbits that I find interesting, which can help you make tough starter/seating decisions.

Great football viewing in the second week

Vikings at Eagles

Kenneth Gainwell dominated the touches (18, 81.8%), but struggled with a rib issue during a short week.

Alexander Mattison got 70% of his touches in Week 1, which indicates a bell ringer.

Despite a big first week, Jordan Addison only played 55.6% of the snaps and ran 66.0% of the routes — though he was also the only Vikings player to score twice in the end zone.

The Eagles are vulnerable to slot receivers and tight ends causing serious damage this year.

Packers at Falcons

Jordan Love had the sixth-highest aDOT percentage (10.4) on the ninth-highest deep throw percentage (14.8).

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