Waiver Wire Adds for Week 2RB:Austin Ekeler

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Waiver Wire Adds for Week 2RB:Austin Ekeler Authentic Za'Darius Smith Jersey , Los Angeles ChargersWeek 1 Projection: 6.4 PTSWeek 1 Outcome: 23.6 PTS39 Rushing YDS, 5 Receptions, 87 Receiving YDS, 1 Receiving TD, available in 89 % of leaguesDespite losing their season opener to the long ball of Patrick Mahomes, the Chargers offense showed major strides. Keenan Allen and Melvin Gordon were terrific as usual, but the injury that knocked Hunter Henry out for 2018 (ACL) opened up some targets for Austin Ekeler, and he delivered. I think this offense can possibly sustain two high-level work horse backs like the Saints did last year. Ekeler is high priority for me this week.Photo by Harry How/Getty ImagesT.J. Yeldon, Jacksonville JaguarsWeek 1 Projection: 6.2 PTSWeek 1 Outcome: 15.9 PTS51 Rushing YDS, 3 Receptions, 18 Receiving YDS, Receiving TD, available in 92% of leaguesAs of right now, the status of Leonard Fournette (hamstring) is up in the air for Week 2. While the former LSU star rehabs, TJ Yeldon emerged as a top waiver-wire add for Week 2. He was given most of the snaps vs. the Giants rather than splitting them with Corey Grant. He is a top-20 running back in Week 2.Photo by Mike Lawrie/Getty ImagesPhillip Lindsay, Denver BroncosWeek 1 Projection: 4.7 PTSWeek 1 Outcome: 18.2 PTS71 Rushing YDS, 2 Receptions, 31 Receiving YDS, 1 Receiving TDAvailable in 97.6 % of ESPN LeaguesAfter all of the preseason buzz surrounding the Broncos backfield, it appears the experts may have selected the wrong rookie half back. While Royce Freeman surely will get his, all of the talk around Mile High is of undrafted rookie bell-cow Phillip Lindsay.Photo by Dustin Bradford/Getty ImagesWR:Phillip Dorsett, New England PatriotsWeek 1 Projection: 8.6 PTSWeek 1 Outcome: 19.6 PTS7 Receptions, 66 YDS, 1 TDWe knew someone would emerge from Tom Brady’s receiving core Youth Maurice Canady Jersey , but personally I believed it would be Chris Hogan or Corrdarelle Patterson, due to the suspension of Julian Edelman. Another top waiver priority this week, despite the signing of Corey Coleman, former first rounder Phillip Dorsett lit up the Texans secondary in the opener, and he could be in for another strong performance in Week 2.Photo by Jim Rogash/Getty ImagesQuincy Enunwa, New York JetsWeek 1 Projection: 9.2 PTSWeek 1 Outcome: 18.3 PTS6 Receptions, 63 YDS, 1 TDAvailable in 91.5 % of ESPN Leagues.After missing the entire 2017 season due to a neck injury, Quincy Enunwa was electric last night in his return against the Lions. Photo by Joe Robbins/Getty ImagesTE:Jared Cook, Oakland RaidersWeek 1 Projection: 8.3 PTSWeek 1 Outcome: 27 PTS9 Receptions, 180 YDSJared Cook came out of the gate for the second leg of Monday Night Football and was an absolute animal on the field. While the Rams secondary completely neutralizedDerek Carr and Amari Cooper, the veteran tight end put on a show in the first half. With the season ending injury to Delanie Walker and Greg Olsen’s broken foot, Cook is definitely worth a flyer.Photo by Thearon W. Henderson/Getty ImagesJonnu Smith, Tennessee TitansSpeaking of Delanie Walker, his season has come to an end after a gruesome ankle fracture took him out in Week 1. His backup, second-year man Jonnu Smith, is worth a look in deeper leagues, and could fill in as a bye-week replacement depending on how Marcus Mariota decides to utilize him. In his rookie season last year, Smith established himself as an intriguing option. Smith finished the season with 18 receptions, 157 yards and 2 TD.Photo by Frederick Breedon/Getty ImagesD/STJetsWeek 1 Projection: 4.3 PTSWeek 1 Outcome: 25 PTS11 points allowed, 5 INT, 2 TDAfter rookie QB Sam Darnold’s first NFL throw was picked off for a touchdown, all hope was lost for the Jets. That was, until Todd Bowles’ defense began clicking on all cylinders. While I don’t believe they will dominate weekly http://www.ravensauthorizedshops.com/authentic-mark-andrews-jersey , we will have to wait and see to find out if their showing was a fluke.Photo by Joe Robbins/Getty Images The Pittsburgh Steelers have an opportunity to create some mid-season separation in the AFC North.To do that, they will have to beat the Baltimore Ravens at M&T Bank Stadium in Baltimore on Sunday, a venue where the Steelers have found it difficult to win and generate offense at times in the past."We just focus on this opportunity ahead of us," Steelers wide receiver Antonio Brown said. "We don't focus on the magnitude of the division. We know if we take care of our business, things will work out for themselves. It's another opportunity this week to do what we desire to do."The first-place Steelers (4-2-1) have won three straight after a 1-2-1 start. Their last loss came Sept. 30 against the Ravens at Heinz Field, as the Steelers converted 2-of-12 third downs and rushed for just 19 yards in that game."I don't think there would be any player that would say they felt like they played their best game," Steelers' offensive coordinator Randy Fichtner said. "And when we had a chance to look back through it, we were pretty critical of what we did and what we didn't do. It was a pretty good eye-opener."The Steelers offense has found its stride since then, while Baltimore (4-4) has lost three of four. But the Ravens have experienced past success against the Steelers in Baltimore.The Steelers beat the Ravens 26-9 last season in Baltimore. But prior to last season's win, the Steelers lost the previous four games and five of their last six road games against the Ravens dating back to September 2011.Brown has just 40 receptions for 427 yards and one touchdown in eight games at Baltimore. That's an average of five catches and 53 yards per game for the four-time All-Pro.Brown, who leads the league this season with eight touchdowns, has never had a 100-yard game against the Ravens in Baltimore."It's a tough place to play," Fichtner said. "There's great fan support and it's loud. They get excited playing in their crowd. Snap-count is always an issue. We've had some big games there in my past 12 years here. It's an exciting place to play."Roethlisberger owns a career completion percentage of 64 percent, but he's completed just 57 percent of his passes in Baltimore.Roethlisberger, who ranks sixth in the league in passing yards this season, has never had a 300-yard game in Baltimore. He's thrown nine touchdowns to 13 interceptions at M&T Bank Stadium, and has been sacked 29 times in 10 games, including eight in the last four contests.The Steelers are 3-6 in games Roethlisberger has started in Baltimore. Roethlisberger enters Sunday's game against the Ravens with a broken index finger on his non-throwing hand. He sustained the injury at some point in Pittsburgh's home win against Cleveland last Sunday.Roethlisberger fully practiced Thursday and Friday."Ben's a tough guy, and he's been through a lot," Brown said. "He's one of the toughest ever to do it. You don't see him complaining. This guy's a warrior."Brown hopes the Steelers can pick up an important victory on Sunday at a place where wins and yards have been hard to come by."It's a hostile environment with fiery fans," Brown said. "It's one of those environments you love to excel in. I'm looking forward to the opportunity to go out and compete this weekend."NOTES: Steelers CBs Coty Sensabaugh (toe) and Artie Burns (ankle) are both questionable for Sunday's game, while OT Marcus Gilbert (knee) is doubtful. Sensabaugh fully practiced on Friday, while Burns left practice early with his ankle injury. Matt Feiler will start at right tackle for the second straight week if Gilbert cannot play.

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