You never want to overreact to one bad week in Fantasy Football, but that’s especially true at wide receiver. Because there are usually at least three on the field at any given time and they don’t have control over whether they’ll get the ball on any given play, wide receiver production can fluctuate quite a bit from one week to the other. Week 1 studs like Darius Clayton (WR4 in Week 1), Robby Anderson (WR5), or Marquez Valdes-Scantling (WR9) could very easily turn in duds in Week 2, and neither game would necessarily reflect what you should expect moving forward.
That, of course, also goes for your supposed studs who busted in Week 1, like Michael Gallup, D.J. Moore, and A.J. Brown. In all three cases, they were a few inches on a few plays from putting together big games. That’s just how it goes, but you shouldn’t be worried about any of them.
But you might still need help setting your lineup for Week 2, and that’s where Jamey Eisenberg’s Start ‘Em & Sit ‘Em calls for wide receiver come in. You can read them below, and then head to his running back calls are here, while you can find quarterback here. And don’t miss Heath Cummings’ wide receiver preview for Week 1 for matchup notes, key stats, projections, and more for Week 1.
START ‘EM & SIT ‘EM
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