The List: Ranking Each Position for Week 2

Erik Smith releases his Week 2 fantasy football rankings in time for your weekly waiver decisions.

TE Notes


  • Hopefully George Kittle is good to go with his knee sprain this week. If he plays, you are playing him. But it is just enough of a concern to lower him below the equally impressive Mark Andrews and Travis Kelce.
  • I love Hunter Henry this week, as a matchup against the Chiefs should pull the Chargers out of their shell. And if they insist on not throwing to Austin Ekeler, Henry will be the primary beneficiary. His Week 1 line of five catches on 8 targets for 73 yards was a great start to what I think will be a big year.


  • We all forgot about Jared Cook this offseason, but he had a productive Week 1, and now gets a reduced Michael Thomas and a great matchup against the Raiders. He could challenge for the top of his tier this week.
  • Noah Fant will regain the yellow tier next week, as he looked impressive against the Titans in the opener. I’m a bit worried about Drew Lock facing this Steelers defense, however, so let’s adjust our rankings in the meantime.
Week 2 TE Rankings (PPR)

2 responses to “The List: Ranking Each Position for Week 2”

  1. J.C. Mosier says:

    These are helpful, but are you going to bring back the ROS rankings? Those are even more useful.

    • Erik Smith says:

      It was a lot for me to pull them both off every week. I’ll try to get an update though every few weeks. I wasn’t sure how helpful they were though, good to know!

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