Connect with us

Week 1 is over and we definitely learned that we can both be very wrong and very right about a lot of things when it comes to Fantasy Football.

For example. A lot of “So-Called Fantasy Experts” liked Nelson Agholor going into the season. Then he was held to just one reception for five yards.

On the other side of that we liked Julio Jones a lot this season. He proved all the experts right by blowing up for nine receptions, 141 yards and two touchdowns.

What you absolutely can not do after Week 1 is panic. Do not go benching Greg Olsen for Austin Seferian-Jenkins because Olsen had a bad week. Olsen will get peppered with targets and be just fine.

Are there moves to be made? Of course. I’ll leave that for Christian Losciale to tell you in his Week 2 Waiver Wire article. But what you can’t do is make that move and drop one of your star players because you are panicking after one week.

SCFE Staff Week 2 Fantasy Football Rankings

What do the Week 1 results mean going into Week 2? Not a whole lot. Some players will see a noticeable change in their position in the rankings if their usage rate was drastically different from what we thought. But overall, we generally don’t see too much movement from Week 1 to Week 2.

We want to remind you to use the “My Playbook” application that allows you enter in all your fantasy teams rosters into one place and get instant analysis for your teams. This analysis includes, start/sit advice, the best waiver wire pick ups and more. It really is a fantastic app and one that I use quite often myself.

2015 Fantasy Football Rankings powered by FantasyPros

Joe Bond
Follow Joe

Joe Bond

Not just another "Average Joe" when it comes to Fantasy Sports, Joe is not only the fantasy brain trust behind the up-and-coming FantasySixPack.net, he is the content manager here at So-Called Fantasy Experts. For years now Joe has been spreading his love and addiction of fantasy sports there and many other sites such as FantasyPros.com and FanDuel.com. You can often find him waiting by his computer for your questions on Twitter too.
Joe Bond
Follow Joe

More in Fantasy Football