NFL Stats DFS - Week 2
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D. Watson - QB
Watson has been sacked seven times and hit a league-leading 21 times over the first two weeks of the season.
The Texans were the object of much preseason anticipation, largely due to the potential Watson showed in his half-season run in 2017. The first two games of 2018 haven't exactly worked out as planned as Watson is playing behind an offensive line that was rated last by Pro Football Focus heading into the season. He's been under pressure, which has led to turnovers or near-turnovers, but the second-year quarterback still has big-play ability and should be in fantasy lineups weekly. The return of Will Fuller last week certainly helped Watson's production, and it's not hard to envision the potential of an offense that has Fuller and DeAndre Hopkins as its top two targets.
Added 8:03 am (EST)
D. Ejiofor - LB
Ejiofor could be in line for increased snaps Week 3 against the Giants, Aaron Wilson of the Houston Chronicle reports.
Ejiofor, a rookie sixth-round pick out of Wake Forest, played just 15 snaps in a Week 2 loss to the Titans, but contributed three tackles and a sack while doing a credible job against the run. "He really had a plan in the pass rush and did a nice job in the running game. He had about 12 plays, needs to probably play more. He did a nice job. I was really happy to see that. He's another very mature guy, smart guy, works hard, prepares," said coach Bill O'Brien. Ejiofor is known for his ability to get to the quarterback, so he could see regular duty in passing situations and more overall duty if Jadeveon Clowney (back) continues to be sidelined.
Added 7:48 am (EST)
G. McCoy - DL
McCoy logged three tackles (two solo), including a sack, and was credited with two quarterback hits overall in the Buccaneers' 27-21 win over the Eagles on Sunday.
McCoy logged his first quarterback takedown of 2018 when he brought down Nick Foles. The 30-year-old also logged three tackles for the second straight game to open the season, and he appears ready to offer solid IDP value for yet another campaign.
Added 7:21 am (EST)
K. Alexander - LB
Alexander totaled seven tackles (six solo), including three for loss, and was credited with a sack and a forced fumble in the Buccaneers' 27-21 win over the Panthers on Sunday.
Alexander turned in his second straight dominating performance to start the season, with his Week 2 effort even exceeding that of the opener when he'd racked up an impressive nine tackles. The 24-year-old appears primed for elite-level IDP production, already having compiled two forced fumbles, four tackles for loss and 16 combined tackles heading into a Week 3 showdown against the Steelers.
Added 7:12 am (EST)
R. Smith - DB
Smith logged nine tackles (seven solo) and two passes defensed in the Buccaneers' 27-21 win over the Eagles on Sunday.
Smith played on 71 snaps while drawing a start opposite rookie Carlton Davis at left cornerback in place of Brent Grimes (groin). Grimes' eventual return should bump Smith back to nickel corner duties, but he's shown up well with 13 total tackles and a trio of defensed passes over his first two games.
Added 6:42 am (EST)
J. Simmons - DB
Simmons recorded nine tackles (eight solo) across 65 defensive snaps in Sunday's win over the Raiders.
Simmons led the Broncos in tackles on Sunday and played every down on defense. The third-year pro is quickly establishing himself as a leader in the team's secondary and will look to keep up the high level of play Sunday against the Ravens.
Added 12:44 am (EST)
C. Boswell - K
Boswell missed his only field-goal attempt from 49 yards and went 3-for-4 on extra-point attempts in Sunday's loss to the Chiefs.
It's been a shaky start to the season for Boswell, who is now 0-for-2 on field goal attempts. Both attempts have come from over 40 yards so it isn't time for the Steelers to hit the panic button yet.
Added 12:27 am (EST)
R. Switzer - WR
Switzer recorded one reception for 14 yards in Sunday's loss to the Chiefs.
Switzer only managed 12 plays on offense but the wideout is also handling all punt and kick returns, recording 74 total return yards on Sunday. Look for Switzer to continue to play a larger role on special teams than offense for now.
Added 12:18 am (EST)