NFL DFS Week 2 picks: Best value players, DraftKings sleepers, FanDuel Fantasy Football daily rosters


After a full roster of highly entertaining matches, we officially enter Week 2. Daily fantasy football players were thrilled to see a plethora of well-known names deliver productive outings, but it also turned out that there was a ton of great value games per week. to finish. Getting points from a sleeper or a cheap value pick in one position can offer NFL DFS players higher market options in other slots. So it’s imperative to study the crop of undervalued talent on DraftKings and FanDuel every week.

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WEEK 2 NFL DFS CASH LINEUPS:
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Let’s get into our best value DFS games from week 2, and you can get an idea of ​​why 100,000 DFS players trust RotoQL to build queues. Optimize, find valuable games and increase your chances of cashing out today!

CONFIGURATION OF NFL DFS TOURNAMENTS FOR WEEK 2:
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NFL DFS Picks Week 2: QB sleepers, values

Ben Roethlisberger, Steelers vs. Broncos (DraftKings: $ 6,300 | FanDuel: $ 7,500)

The Steelers didn’t look amazing against the Giants on Monday, but they’ve found the end zone in the air three times. After a 2019 season in which he only played two games due to a lingering elbow injury, Big Ben appears to be a prime candidate for Returning Player of the Year if he can stay fit. health. The Broncos improved their defense, but they showed late in Monday night’s game against Tennessee that their high school sometimes goes down. Titans QB Ryan Tannehill had a 65.3 percent first-down percentage, and Denver only had a 2.27 sack percentage. Give Big Ben some time and he will earn you points.

Matthew Stafford, Lions at Packers (DK: $ 6,200 | FD: $ 7,200)

Facing a tough defense from the Bears in Week 1, Stafford struggled to navigate his offense without star player Kenny Golladay (hamstring). It didn’t help that two key factors in his running game, rookie Andre Swift and third-year full-back Kerryon Johnson, were struck down, leaving veteran Adrian Peterson like the bell cow although he had been signed by Detroit less than a week before. Expect better results for the 32-year-old QB if Golladay returns. The Packers have just let Kirk Cousins ​​go 19 for 25 for 259 yards and two scores, so a fantastic 25-point performance is not out of the realm of possibility for Stafford.

PPR WEEK 2 RANKS:
Strategist | To recover | Wide receiver | Tight end | D / ST | Kicker

Week 2 DraftKings, FanDuel Picks: RB sleepers, values

Malcolm Brown, Rams at Eagles (DK: $ 5,700 | FD: $ 5,200)

Todd who? Brown slashed the Cowboys for 79 yards and two touchdowns on Sunday, racking up 4.4 yards per carry and making Rams fans forget about Todd Gurley. He looked like the clear No.1 on the depth chart, as rookie Cam Akers only managed 39 yards on 14 carries. Brown also led the backfield rotation with three catches on four targets for 31 yards, including an 18-yard screen pass. He is expected to pick up where he left off against the Eagles, who just allowed similarly built and less experienced Antonio Gibson to run 4.0 yards per carry in Week 1.

Jonathan Taylor, Colts vs. Vikings (DK: $ 5,700 | FD: $ 5,800)

Think of it as a double from last week. With Marlon mack ripping his Achilles against the Jaguars, Taylor seizes a superb opportunity for 15-20 touches. Don’t expect Nyheim Hines’ surprise efficiency to last – Taylor will be the guy in the Colts backfield.

James Robinson, Jaguars at Titans (DK: $ 4,400 | FD: $ 5,300)

Extreme value alert! Robinson was the only running back to get 100 percent of his team’s backfield runs last week, rushing 16 times for 62 yards. He added some fantastic play on a screen pass where he caught the ball in stride and then hit two Colts defensemen en route to a 28-yard gain. The Titans are a good defense, but they’re not perfect against the run. They struggled to contain Melvin Gordon of the Broncos in Week 1, giving the former Charger 78 yards and a score on 15 carries (5.2 yards / carry).

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FanDuel, DraftKings Picks Week 2: WR sleepers, values

Robby Anderson, Panthers at Buccaneers (DK: $ 5,200 | FD: $ 5,900)

Teddy Bridgewater’s first game in Carolina may have been a loss to the Las Vegas Raiders, but it was by no means a failure thanks to Robby Anderson. The Panthers scored 30 points and Bridgewater completed 22 passes for 270 yards and one score. Anderson had six catches and 115 yards leading the team, as well as a touchdown and a two-point conversion. He made the most of his eight targets with his speed and great playing ability, and should continue to roll against an often unstable secondary from the Buccaneers.

Anthony Miller, Bears vs Giants (DK: $ 5,200 | FD: $ 5,700)

Pleading for a wide receiver in quarterback Mitchell Trubisky’s offense can be a risky proposition, but the Bears offense looked pretty good in Detroit on Sunday, and Miller led his aerial attack with 76 yards and a four-in-one touchdown. caught. As previously mentioned, the Giants struggled in Week 1 against the Steelers, picking up where they left off in 2019 when they placed 28th in pass defense. Hold your breath and give Miller a try.

Jalen Reagor, Eagles vs. Rams (DK: $ 4,100 | FD: $ 5,100)

The quick first-round pick had a roller coaster of a game opener for the Eagles, nearly missing his first punt return but redeeming himself immediately with a fantastic 55-yard catch. His home run ability could pay off if Sunday’s game with the Rams turns into a shootout. No team gave away more fantasy points to receivers than LA in Week 1. If Philly can keep Aaron Donald out of QB Carson Wentz, Reagor could have a blast.

STANDARD RANKING FOR WEEK 2:
Strategist | To recover | Wide receiver | Tight end | D / ST | Kicker

Week 2 NFL DFS picks: TE sleepers, values

Logan Thomas, Washington vs. Cardinals (DK: $ 3,600 | FD: $ 4,700)

The 6-6 Thomas has been around for a while, but he could finally get the chance to regularly contribute to a professional football team. Thomas, who played college quarterback for Virginia Tech, has established a good relationship with Washington sophomore quarterback Dwayne Hoskins. They connected on four assists on Sunday, one of which landed Thomas in the end zone. No team allowed more points on tight ends last season than the Cardinals, and they didn’t look much improved against George Kittle last week before the 49er star got pushed around. Deploy Thomas with confidence and spend more money elsewhere.

Dalton Schultz, Cowboys vs Falcons (DK: $ 3,700 | FD: $ 4,000)

This selection is based on the value through the pure volume. With Blake Jarwin suffering an ACL tear on Sunday, Schultz stepped straight into the lead role of TE with four goals. In what should be a high profile affair against the Falcons, don’t be surprised if Schultz receives a fair share of targets in midfield.

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NFL DFS Week 2 Values: D / ST Sleepers

Seahawks vs. Patriots (DK: $ 3,100 | FD: $ 3,800)

There are three sure things in life: death, taxes, and Cam Newton fighting the Seahawks. The former MVP is 1-5 in his career against Seattle, posting just five touchdowns (four INTs) and a 190.6 passing yardage average. Jamal Adams looked good in his Seahawks debut game against Atlanta last week, making plays all over the field and even mixing up a few blitzes. These Seahawks won’t be as friendly as Miami was to Newton during rushed attempts last week.

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