ESPN fantasy % rostered: 42.7%Week 2 stats: 9 rushing yards, 7 receptions, 54 receiving yards — 13.3 fantasy pointsOne thing to know: While J.D. McKissic is clearly the second back on Washington's depth chart, he gets enough love in the Commanders passing attack to be a solid stop-gap in PPR leagues. Through two games, McKissic already has 10 receptions on 12 targets.ESPN fantasy % rostered: 83%Week 2 stats: 64 rushing yards, 2 receptions, 14 receiving yards, 1 touchdown — 15.8 fantasy pointsOne thing to know: James Robinson is already fairly widely rostered in fantasy, but if your league is one of the 17% where he's available on the waiver wire, he's a must-add this week. Heading into the year, the split between Robinson and rookie running back Travis Etienne in the Jaguars offense was unclear. Now it looks as though both will be getting plenty of work.ESPN fantasy % rostered: 52.5%Week 2 stats: 51 rushing yards, 3 receptions, 28 receiving yards — 10.9 fantasy pointsOne thing to know: Starting running back Chase Edmonds was limited to just five carries for the Dolphins on Sunday. Meanwhile, Raheem Mostert finished the game with 11 carries to go along with three receptions. The Miami offense looks like it's going to produce a lot of fantasy points this year.ESPN fantasy % rostered: 60.6%Week 2 stats: 84 rushing yards, 2 receptions, 19 receiving yards — 12.3 fantasy pointsOne thing to know: Jeff Wilson Jr. was a vital fantasy add last week after starting 49ers running back Elijah Mitchell went down with an injury. In his first week as the top back in San Francisco, Wilson showed himself a solid fantasy player, despite not finding the end zone. He's still available in nearly half of leagues.ESPN fantasy % rostered: 3.7%Week 2 stats: 59 rushing yards, 2 receptions, 3 receiving yards, 1 touchdown — 14.2 fantasy pointsOne thing to know: Starting running back James Conner was out for the second half against the Raiders due to injury, opening up an opportunity for Darrel Williams to get some run in the Cardinals offense. He held his own, and could continue to get more looks in Arizona depending on how long it takes for Conner to get back to 100%.ESPN fantasy % rostered: 0.6%Week 2 stats: 6 receptions, 110 receiving yards, 1 touchdown — 23 fantasy pointsOne thing to know: Nelson Agholor has emerged as the top pass catcher in New England through two weeks of action. Next week the Patriots face off against a Baltimore defense that just gave up 469 passing yards and six touchdowns to Tua Tagovailoa and the Dolphins.ESPN fantasy % rostered: 66%Week 2 stats: 7 receptions, 78 receiving yards, 1 touchdown — 22.9 fantasy pointsOne thing to know: The Washington Commanders are pretty intent on passing the ball this year. Through two weeks, just two quarterbacks in the NFL have attempted more passes than Carson Wentz. Curtis Samuel has been on the receiving end of a good amount of those throws, and looks likely to be a relevant fantasy player as the season goes on.ESPN fantasy % rostered: 77.2%Week 2 stats: 5 receptions, 80 receiving yards — 11 fantasy pointsOne thing to know: Chris Olave was targeted a whopping 13 times against the Buccaneers. Not only is Jameis Winston looking for Olave, but he's looking for him deep.While Olave only came down with five catches on Sunday, the fantasy potential here is extremely high.ESPN fantasy % rostered: 60.7%Week 2 stats: 4 receptions, 59 receiving yards, 1 touchdown — 17.9 fantasy pointsOne thing to know: Rookie Jahan Dotson now has three touchdowns in two career games. While that pace can't keep up, it's a promising start to his fantasy production, and evidence that Carson Wentz already sees him as a reliable set of hands in the red zone.ESPN fantasy % rostered: 70.3%Week 2 stats: 8 receptions, 102 receiving yards, 2 touchdowns — 30 fantasy pointsOne thing to know: Rookie wide receiver Garrett Wilson had a coming out party against the Browns, catching the Jets' game-winning touchdown to complete an epic comeback. Wilson's value should only increase when Zach Wilson finally returns to the New York offense and can start firing deep shots in his direction.ESPN fantasy % rostered: 4.5%Week 2 stats: 3 receptions, 93 receiving yards — 12.3 fantasy pointsOne thing to know: Aaron Rodgers is still looking for people to throw to, and right now, it looks like Sammy Watkins is working his way up his list. ESPN fantasy % rostered: 15.9%Week 2 stats: 2 receptions, 42 receiving yards, 1 touchdown — 12.2 fantasy pointsOne thing to know: Devin Duvernay found the end zone again this week, although this time it came on a kick return. Duvernay left Sunday's game early with a concussion, so watch out for injury updates before investing a roster spot on him, but he's worth a pick up whenever you know he's going to be back in the Ravens lineup.ESPN fantasy % rostered: 44.8%Week 2 stats: N/AOne thing to know: Michael Gallup still hasn't played a snap this season, but should be close to making his debut in Week 3 or shortly thereafter. If you're looking for some depth at wide receiver, grab him now and stash him until he's 100% back.ESPN fantasy % rostered: 0.8%Week 2 stats: 5 receptions, 91 receiving yards, 1 touchdown — 20.1 fantasy pointsOne thing to know: Noah Brown appeared to have a solid connection with backup quarterback Cooper Rush against the Bengals. With Rush likely the man under center for the Cowboys for the next couple months, Brown could continue to see more looks than might have been expected before the start of the year.ESPN fantasy % rostered: 16.8%Week 2 stats: 7 receptions, 46 receiving yards — 11.6 fantasy pointsOne thing to know: Evan Engram led the Jaguars in targets and receptions in their shutout win over the Colts. If you're in need of an upgrade at tight end, there aren't that many available on the waiver wire that finished the week as their quarterback's top target.ESPN fantasy % rostered: 59.2%Week 2 stats: 4 receptions, 41 receiving yards, 1 touchdown — 14.1 fantasy pointsOne thing to know: With Tyreek Hill and Jaylen Waddle taking up so much attention from opposing defenses, Dolphins tight end Mike Gesicki should find himself more open than ever before.ESPN fantasy % rostered: 64.3%Week 2 stats: 469 passing yards, 6 touchdowns, 2 interceptions — 38.9 fantasy pointsOne thing to know: The Miami Dolphins offense is going to bring the fireworks all season with Tyreek Hill and Jaylen Waddle making up what looks like the most dangerous wide receiver tandem in the league. Tua Tagovailoa might still be prone to some bad turnovers, but the upside looks likely to outweigh the mistakes he'll make this season.ESPN fantasy % rostered: 55.7%Week 2 stats: 337 passing yards, 3 touchdowns, 1 interception — 27.8 fantasy pointsOne thing to know: Carson Wentz is the only quarterback in the NFL to finish as a top-three fantasy player in both Week 1 and Week 2, and he's still available in nearly half of leagues. Washington doesn't look like they'll be slowing down their passing attack any time soon, and appear to be fully committed to the Wentz roller coaster wherever it may take them.ESPN fantasy % rostered: 1.8%Week 2 stats: 1 fumble recovery, 3 sacks, 27 points against — 2 fantasy pointsOne thing to know: The Chicago Bears didn't exactly shut down the Green Bay Packers offense on Sunday night, but with a favorable matchup against the Houston Texans on the horizon, they're a solid stash for anyone who has been juggling defenses to start the year.