Dalvin Cook Jersey was impressive again in Week 2, but his usage suggests he’s only scratching the surface of a huge rookie season
September 20, 2017
Authentic Youth Lynn Swann Jersey Cook has 34 carries for 191 yards (5.6 YPC), but has yet to score a touchdown and has only five catches for 10 yards despite a hefty eight targets. Cook caught 33 balls for 488 yards (14.8 YPR) at Florida State last year and has the chops to do damage in that part of the game. Assuming his workload doesn’t change, Cook should provide top-10 production moving forward. Sam Bradford’s return from injury would be a big help for his prospects against Tampa Bay this weekend.
Jimmy Graham, TE, Seattle Seahawks: If you blinked, you missed his fantasy contribution to Week 2. Graham managed just one catch on his two targets for 1.1 PPR (and 0.1 non-PPR) fantasy points, his worst single-game score since 2014 Week 13 (0.0) and the ninth-worst score of his 107 career NFL games. He was started in 86.2 percent of ESPN leagues, making him one of the five most started at his position.
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Bilal Powell, RB, New York Jets: His situation couldn’t be much more frustrating, as per Pro Football Focus’ Nathan Jahnke, Powell played just 17 snaps on Sunday, nine fewer than Matt Forte, explaining Powell’s mere 1.3 fantasy points (in either format). Powell touched the football half as often in Week 2 (6) as he did in the opener (12), letting down the 29.4 percent of managers in ESPN leagues who started him. That’s two consecutive weeks in which Forte has been used more prominently of the two, out-snapping Powell 63-47 in the process. Unfortunately, while it’s probable that Powell will improve over the course of the year, mainly because he’s the younger player of the two and therefore more likely to hold up, the Jets’ weak offense caps much of his rushing upside. He’s a flex-play candidate at best.