Sit/Start Week 2: Reviewing All Fantasy Relevant Players In Every Single Game

Fantasy Football Sit or Start recommendations for every player in Week 2 of the NFL season.

Week 2 of the NFL season is here, and QB List staff has assembled to provide you with Sit/Start decisions for every relevant fantasy football player.

We’ve got a few new tricks up our sleeves, including our Weekly Range of Outcomes Tool, where you can visualize and compare the potential fantasy scores of any two players for the upcoming week. Find out which players have safe floors and high ceilings based on consensus projections and continuously updated consistency data.

Week 2 starts off on a high note with the highly anticipated matchup between the Chargers and Chiefs, and ends with two upstart teams battling on Monday Night Football when Minnesota travels to Philadelphia. We look primed for yet another action-packed week of NFL competition.

Check out Week 2’s Sit/Start, as our staff provides their recommendations on all of your rostered players, and make sure to check out the Sit/Start Podcast for additional coverage of Week 2. Let’s go get that 2-0 start!


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4 responses to “Sit/Start Week 2: Reviewing All Fantasy Relevant Players In Every Single Game”

  1. Fantasy newb says:

    Would you start Jeudy or Kamara in flex position for week 2?

    Kamara matchup against TB seems tough

    Great article

  2. Shady Character says:

    Why are you talking about Atlanta in the Julio Jones write up? They aren’t playing the Falcons this week. Also, how do you talk about Evans without mentioning how Lattimore has shut him down consistently over the years?

  3. Adam says:

    This isn’t analysis. Just summarizing common narratives and being extremely vague with predictions.

  4. Smash says:

    Why do you have George Kittle listed as (Start, TE1) and then go on to say: “I don’t think George Kittle will be playing this week.”?

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