April 19, 2024

Inactive Fantasy Football Week 2 – Who’s in and who’s out?

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Who should you start with? Who should you sit on? To help you set your fantasy football lineups and avoid using an offensive player who won’t be in the lineup, we’ll be posting fantasy-related updates and analysis here as NFL teams release their official inactive lists . All rankings quoted in this column come from us ESPN Fantasy Staff Rankings.

Sunday’s official inactive players should arrive approximately 90 minutes before the scheduled kickoff times: approximately 11:30 a.m. ET for early games and 2:30 p.m. ET for late afternoon games.

Update regularly to get the latest information.


Play at 1 p.m. ET

Mark AndrewsTE, BAL, Questionable
Impact: Andrews appears to be scheduled to play on Sunday. Just be prepared to quickly replace it if it suddenly sits again.

Chris EvansRB, CIN, Questionable
Effects: Trayveon Williams becomes the more likely option for spelling Joe Mixon in week 2.

Christian WatsonWR, GB, Questionable
Impact: Watson had at least some limited action on Friday, but signs point to him sitting this one out. Romeo Doubs And Jayden Reed are much safer options.

Aaron JonesRB, GB, Questionable
Impact: Since Jones is not practicing all week, he is not expected to play. That should mean a lot more touching AJ Dillon.

CJ StroudQB, HOU, Questionable
Impact: Although the Texans have been careful with Stroud’s shoulder all week, it doesn’t look like they need to address Stroud’s shoulder at this time Davis Mills in week 2.

Kylen GransonTE, IND, Questionable
Impact: Granson was demoted on Saturday, which is not a good sign. Mo Alie Cox And Drew Ogletreefresh out of the league’s concussion protocol, will fill the void.

Travis KelceTE, KC, Questionable
Impact: Andy Reid says he’s playing. That’s probably all you need to hear.

Clyde Edwards HelaireRB, KC, Questionable
Impact: Illness kept him from training this week, and La’Mical Perine was called up from the training squad. In any case, Isiah Pacheco He may already be ready to take on the RB1 duties here.

Jakobi MeyersWR, LV, OUT OF
Effects: Hunter Renfrow will also slide into the No. 2 WR spot in Las Vegas Davante Adamswhich was removed from the injury report.

Austin EkelerRB, LAC, OUT OF
Impact: Expected Joshua Kelley start with Elijah Dotson And Isaiah Spiller support him.

DeAndre HopkinsWR, TEN, Questionable
Impact: It looks like this will be a play call. When he sits, both Treylon Burks And Nick Westbrook Ikhine Get a fantasy value boost — and that may still be the case if he’s active, since Hopkins hasn’t practiced all week.


4 p.m. ET games

Brandin CooksWR, DAL, Questionable
Impact: He’ll only play an outside shot, but after a 40-point win in Week 1, why would Dallas decide to risk further injury here? Both Michael Gallup And Jalen Tolbert It would be beneficial if Cooks sat.

Greg DulcichTE, DEN, OUT/IR
Impact: It will be at least a month before we see Dulcich again. Adam Trautman joins the high-profile TE mix.

Puka NacuaWR, LAR, Questionable
Effect: When he sits, Van Jefferson And Tutu Atwell Both are becoming more interesting in fantasy, but after 15 targets in Week 1, most fantasy managers are hoping Nacua can provide an encore.

Wan’Dale RobinsonWR, NYG, Doubtful
Impact: It could be a few more weeks for Robinson. If you’re looking for a receiver on the Giants, TE Darren Waller is probably a better choice than anyone else in the WR room.

Breece HallRB, NYJ, Questionable
Impact: A full Friday practice suggests he’ll likely play, but Dalvin Cook may end up getting more touches. However, given Hall’s efficiency so far in his career, a snap count shouldn’t affect his fantasy value.

Greg ZuerleinK, NYJ, OUT OF
Effects: Austin Seibert was signed as a replacement for Zuerlein, who was injured in training on Thursday.


Game on Sunday evening

De Vante ParkerWR, NE, Questionable
Impact: He skipped Week 1 with the same amount of midweek training, so you shouldn’t rely on him. JuJu Smith-SchusterHowever, he is no longer on the injury report. Still, you might want to take a risk Kayshon Boutte or Demario Douglas instead as potential fantasy fliers.

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