The King’s Week 2 Rest of Season Rankings
Designed to help you with roster management such as trades and waiver moves, here are Scott Engel’s Fantasy Football ROS Rankings for PPR and standard formats prior to Week 2.
You will notice that some players have not been altered too vastly from their draft day rankings. That is because we cannot wildly overreact to what happened in just one week of play. Many of the WRs who exploded in the opening week have not earned Fantasy starting status yet. It’s especially hard to trust rookie WRs to produce consistently. Do keep in mind that these are truly “In Season Rankings” as compared to “Rest of the Season Rankings.” There ate no real Rest of the Season evaluations this early in the 2019 Fantasy Football season when so much unpredictability has yet to be fleshed out. Players have also been adjusted accordingly for injury outlooks.
I tend to take a more firm outlook on past performances at QB than some other rankers, but will also reward for early season performances that cannot be overlooked and appeared to be tending in a certain direction. Also, I have perused my own rosters early this season, I noticed I am not making a lot of major changes to the teams I drafted. While the Fantasy Football season is certainly not a long grind like baseball, some patience has to be exhibited for sure. There is just no way that certain players will look as bad as they did in the opening week. Ben Roethlisberger certainly will get better, as will Sony Michel, who is a great buy-low target. Expect Geronimo Allison to get involved in the flow of the Green Bay offense soon.
Rest Of Season Fantasy Football Rankings
Are you on board with The King’s Fantasy Football Rest of Season Rankings? For more great analysis also check out his FAAB Guide for Week 2.
Scott Engel is an inaugural member of the Fantasy Sports Writers Association’s Hall of Fame and a four-time award winner. He was one of the driving content forces in the rise of RotoExperts.com and was the lead host on the RotoExperts in the Morning for six years on SiriusXM Fantasy Sports Radio. He was also instrumental in the launch of the FNTSY Sports Network. Scott was the first-ever Senior Writer and Managing Editor at CBS SportsLine and won a company Hall of Fame Award. He was also an Associate Editor and Fantasy analyst for ESPN.com. He has been the featured Fantasy Writer on Seahawks.com since 2012 and his work has been syndicated to the Associated Press, NFL.com, New York Daily News, New York Post, Yahoo Sports, Bloomberg Sports, Sports Illustrated and many others. He is a credentialed media member who won an FSWA award in 2016 for his Insider Fantasy Reporting. Known as “The King”, Scott is on Twitter @scotteTheKing
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