Fantasy Football: One Week Wonders – Week 2
Every week, Dan Turner tracks those One Week Wonders to see if they maintain their consistency or not! Follow him @DanTurnerFF.
Each week, I’m bringing you the prior week’s one-week wonders and we are going to track this all year! Why? We want to see how many of these one-week wonders continue their consistency or not.
Here is the updated chart through Week 2.
(Bold = Clutch Game Earned)
|Name||Team||Rank||Week 1||Week 2|
Trend from Week 1 to Week 2:
Mac Jones: 25.14 pts to 13.70
Mac didn’t realize the heights he attained in week 1, coming back down to earth a bit in week 2. He should settle in as a low-end QB1 in the coming weeks. Look for him to continue to distribute the ball to his many receivers.
Kyren Williams: 17.40 to 28.00
Williams appears to be the starter in LA. He should continue to put up RB1 numbers for the rest of the season. The news of the Akers trade makes this official. Williams will be the Rams RB1. Worth a waiver wire add or a generous amount of FAAB if still available.
Kendrick Bourne: 24.20 to 6.90
Bourne wins the Sammy Watkins Week 1 award for the receiver who blows up and then crashes back down. The Patriots offense will diversify target share, so don’t expect many boom weeks for Bourne.
Donald Parham: 11.10 to 1.70
Throw him back in the TE muck and pick up Hayden Hurst. Parham is part of the TE chum that exists after TE12. So, plan accordingly.
WEEK 2 BREAKOUTS
CJ Stroud – #6 overall – 22.00 pts
Stroud had a good game last week. The 21-year-old quarterback completed 30 of his 47 attempts, racking up an impressive 384 passing yards and 2 touchdowns without throwing a single interception. He should look to improve this week against the Jaguars.
Zack Moss – #9 overall – 20.70 pts
Moss was sensational, carrying the ball 18 times for 88 yards and a touchdown. He also proved his worth as a receiver, hauling in all four targets for an additional 19 yards. He is the starter if JT is away from the team and should continue his good run.
Brandon Johnson – #14 overall – 20.60 pts
Johnson was a big playmaker in week 2, but that kind of yardage and TD: catch ratio isn’t sustainable. Keep an eye on him for now but leave him on waivers. If he continues his upward trend, grab him next week.
Kylen Granson – #9 overall – 10.60 pts
In a TE committee in Indy, leave him on the wire. The same situation as Donald Parham, Granson is just going to be dependable on a week-to-week basis to be worth a roster spot.
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