Fantasy Football Week 2: Start’em / Sit’em

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Tight End

Tyler Eifert, SD (56%, 8) – He was on all of my sleeper lists this year, but I didn’t think Eifert would be this good that quickly. His 2 TD debut as the Bengals #1 TE was impressive and he should continue to be a red zone threat all season if he stays healthy.

Heath Miller, SF (31%, 9) – With both Le’Veon Bell and Martavis Bryant suspended again this week, Miller should be the primary safety-valve option for Roethlisberger again. He had 11 targets last week and should get enough in week 2 to crack double-digit fantasy points again.

Kyle Rudolph, DET (26%, 7) – If Rudolph is healthy, he’s worth putting in your starting lineup. The Vikings offense will be better than it was in week 1 and Rudolph is a top-10 talent at TE.

Austin Seferian-Jenkins, @NO (19%, 7)Popular sleeper this year who was one of the only bright spots for the Bucs in week 1. ASJ had 110 yards and two TDs and should continue to be a significant part of the Bucs offense moving forward. With a rookie QB and plenty of other weapons there will be a few disappointing fantasy lines for ASJ, but he has the size and talent to put up huge numbers any week.