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by allemagnemaillot Tue Sep 12, 2017 5:18 am

Jared Goff leads Week 2 fantasy streaming options
Since Alex Gelhar already masterfully Cleveland Indians jerseys identified some of the top waiver wire targets ahead of Week 2, and Matt Harmon examined top deep league adds in his deep dive, it's my job to provide some streaming candidates at quarterback, tight end and defense for the upcoming slate of games. Keep in mind, most of these players/teams are bottom-of-the-barrel targets for deep leagues, and I'm not saying they're going to be top scorers at their position, but they should do enough to keep your team competitive in Week 2 if you need some assistance. So, let's get to it.

*Ownership percentage data from fantasy leagues.

Jared Goff, Los Angeles Rams | 1.2% owned: I had listed Jared Goff in this space ahead of his Week 1 matchup against the Colts defense, and he came through for anyone bold enough to stream him, with 16.44 fantasy points in standard scoring. In his first career NFL win, Goff completed 21 passes for 306 yards and a score and didn't throw a single pick. The call to stream him in Week 1 was based mostly on the matchup, but his performance proved that there's reason to believe he can be a consistent streaming option going forward, even in matchups that are less of a dream scenario.

Goff faces Washington in Week 2 at home in Los Angeles. I targeted the Redskins defense last week when I suggested Carson Wentz as a streamer and that ended up working out too. Washington's pass defense, aside from Josh Norman, was less than spectacular in 2016 and the unit again allowed 356 total yards to the Eagles, 298 of which were passing yards from the hand of Wentz.

There's a chance Norman shadows Sammy Watkins in Week 2, New England Patriots jerseys which could limit Goff's upside a bit. But we're talking about streamers here, you know, guys who might finish top-12 or top-15. So we're not seeking out a crazy total. The Rams have supplied their quarterback with solid weapons including rookie Cooper Kupp, Robert Woods and of course running back Todd Gurley who each saw at least five targets from Goff in Week 1. The second-year signal caller was less aggressive with his throws against the Colts throwing just 10.3 percent of his passes into wha custom Jerseys
t NextGenStats considers a tight window, compared to Goff's 23.4 percent rate in his rookie year.

New head coach Sean McVay has clearly put his stamp on this offense and through one extremely favorable matchup, it seems to be working for the young quarterback.

Jay Cutler, Miami Dolphins | 5.2% owned: The Chargers have yet to play a Week 1 game as they take on the Denver Broncos on Monday Night Football. And Jay Cutler didn't play in Week 1 because the Miami game was postponed for weather reasons. So we're truly veering into the unknown here. What we do know is that Cutler seemed to have a rapport with third-year receiver DeVante Parker in the preseason which could come to fruition in regular season action seeing as Cutler called Parker a "faster Alshon Jeffery." Not to mention other weapons in Miami like Jarvis Landry, Kenny Stills and the threat of tight end Julius Thomas in the red zone and Jay Ajayi out of the backfield. Cutler has quite an arsenal around him, potentially the best he's had in his career.

The matchup against the Chargers is a decent one, too. Last year the team had the league's 20th-ranked pass defense and were tied for 15th in red zone defense. Granted, the unit endured some major injuries, namely cornerback Jason Verrett to an ACL tear. Verrett, a first-round draft selection and Pro-Bowler is healthy and will be lurking in the secondary which could pose some problems for Cutler.

On the plus side, the Dolphins knew a week ahead of time that

their Week 1 game was canceled, so the team shipped out to the West Coast early and by game time, will have had a full two weeks to prepare for the matchup against the Chargers. And you can bet that coach Adam Gase will be dissecting closely what Los Angeles does against his former Broncos offense to help gain some clarity on how to attack them in Week 2.

Cutler's a shot in the dark, but there aren't many other upside options in Week 2.
Tight ends

Jesse James, Pittsburgh Steelers | 3.7% owned: In Week 1, Ben Roethlisberger threw two touchdown passes. Both of them were to Jesse James. The tight end was the second-most targeted player on the team behind Antonio Brown and was second in receiving yards with 41. And per NextGenStats player participation, also known as snap count, James was on the field for more plays than Brown. Well, one more play. Not that that means much else other than James remains the clear-cut TE1 on the team despite the recent signing of Vance McDonald.

Ahead of Week 2, James is worth a look as a streaming option considering the atrocity that was the tight end position overall during the season's opening slate. James was the only tight end with two scores and was one of just five tight ends to score all week (before the MNF games). That's right. Just FIVE tight
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