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Fantasy Football: Week 2 Rankings, Start-Sit, Sleepers and More

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The fantasy football crew at Fake Teams are here to help you win your leagues this season. Here are our Week 2 rankings, start-sit, sleepers to consider, waiver wire advice and some players to target/sell in trades after Week 1.

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We hope we were able to help you win your Week 1 fantasy football matchups last week, and we are back at it in Week 2. Here are the Week 2 position rankings, start and sit advice, sleepers to consider in week 2, waiver wire advice, and some players you should target in trade discussions after Week1, along with some players you should consider selling as well.

Check out where our writers rank your quarterbacks, running backs, wide receivers, tight ends and team defenses for Week 2, and who you should target on the waiver wire and on the trade market.

Week 2 Position Rankings

Quarterback

Running Back

Wide Receiver

Tight End

Defense/Special Teams

Waiver Wire Advice

Week 2 Waiver Wire

Start Sit Advice

Week 2 Start em & Sit em

Sleepers

Week 2 Sleepers

Trade Advice

Week 2 Trade Targets

Top Fantasy Performers

Week 1 Fantasy Studs

Fantasy Football Projections

Week 2 projections

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Fantasy Rundown

If you are looking for more fantasy advice, make sure you check out Fantasy Rundown for all your fantasy baseball and football needs.