by Aaron Kagan
Carson Wentz @ Atlanta Falcons
After an incredible week 1 comeback victory, the Philadelphia Eagles offense seems to have caught fire. If this continues into next game, there will be many fantasy points for Wentz to score. He should be started if at all possible. The Atlanta Falcons defense started their season with an upsetting loss and a slow start. Even being at home in their dome is not enough to mitigate the perils they will face against the Philadelphia Eagles and Carson Wentz.
Andy Dalton v. San Francisco 49ers
Far from being an every week starter in fantasy football, this matchup allows Andy Dalton to be an effective play for this week. Being at home against a beaten up defense further reinforces this idea. Though his main receiving weapon in AJ Green will still most likely sit for this game due to an ankle injury, Andy Dalton can still be started with the expectation of producing points due to a nice home matchup.
Kyler Murray @ Baltimore Ravens
Though he played an extraordinary fourth-quarter in which he led his team to a near come back; eventually being a tie but avoiding a loss, there were many rookie mistakes being made. The Baltimore ravens defense will not stand for these mistakes and will capitalize on them. Murray should be avoided and sat on your bench. Many other options should be available.
Streaming option of the week:
Gardner Minshew, Jacksonville Jaguars @ Houston Texans
With Nick Foles being put on injured reserve due to a broken clavicle he sustained in week one, the rookie Gardner Minshew stepped up and produced in his absence. Without mini streaming options available in deeper leagues, this acquisition could definitely be meaningful for some quarterback needy teams. The question is whether or not he will find continued success as the starter. You will definitely be the hottest waiver wire pick up of the week.