Let’s break down 10 WR sleepers to target for fantasy football Week 2.
Fantasy football receiver sleepers for Week 2: Isaiah McKenzie, Buffalo Bills
In Week 1, McKenzie had two receptions for 19 yards and a touchdown against the Los Angeles Rams. It was not a massive performance, but it further cemented his status as the third wide receiver in the Bills’ offense.
He is listed ahead of Jamison Crowder on the team’s depth chart, and he played more offensive snaps than Crowder against the Rams.
On Monday night, the Bills will face off against the Tennessee Titans, who allowed the second-most yards to opposing wide receivers in the NFL last season.
McKenzie is a solid streaming option in deeper leagues.
Fantasy football receiver sleepers for Week 2: Parris Campbell, Indianapolis Colts
This is purely about the matchup.
The Colts will face the Jacksonville Jaguars this Sunday. In Week 1, the Jaguars’ defense allowed Carson Wentz to throw for 313 yards and four touchdowns. Three of Washington’s wide receivers scored double-digit fantasy points.
Matt Ryan and the Colts’ wide receivers should be in store for a big week. Michael Pittman Jr. is currently dealing with a quadriceps injury. He did not participate in Thursday’s practice, and he is listed as questionable. If Pittman does not suit up, Parris Campbell could be Ryan’s top target on Sunday.
Even if Pittman is active, Campbell still carries immense upside as the Colts’ second wide receiver due to the favorable matchup.