Week 1 is in the books. Let's take a look at what Monday's matchups mean fir the weeks ahead.
Even the most casual fantasy player could tell you that points would be hard to come by in Monday's early Ravens-Jets game. What nobody knew, was that watching Baltimore's 10-9 win too long would make your eyes bleed. Well, almost. The Jets offense crashed and burned in its debut with the only positive fantasy footnote, besides
It's way too early for knee-jerk reactions, but some of the biggest fantasy trends have the tone set in Week 1 and roll from there.
• Nobody should be counting on
Obviously, Rice is outstanding and just had a bad game in a tough matchup. But the
The late end of Monday's double feature with Chiefs and Chargers was exciting enough to revive those who stayed up late. Hardly a work of art, Kansas City's 21-14 win featured big plays, had some nice fantasy performances and a swirling rain storm that didn't interfere too much with the offenses. A terrible passing attack by the Chiefs brought with it the unintentional comedy of ESPN play-by-play announcer
• The Chargers passing game still has some bite. With WR
• Kansas City's defense looks improved and the special teams unit might make the duo a situational starter to pick up off the wire down the road. Linebacker
What I didn't like: While the Chiefs' passing game was abysmal, it pulled WRs
The "Double Trouble" nickname apparently cuts both ways for the Panthers running back duo of
There's no telling how long
I also endorse and am intrigued by Packers' RB