Fantasy Football 2020: The week two DFS winning lineup

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Well, let’s say we used week one to dust the cobwebs off of our fantasy football knowledge and move onto week two.

Week one was not a complete disaster regarding the fantasy football roster, but it would have been much better if we just selected the entire Green Bay Packers offense.

Let’s jump right into this; here is the daily fantasy football lineup to start entering week two.  Remember, only bet the amount you are willing to lose.

QB | Aaron Rodgers | vs. Lions | $7,900

Aaron Rodgers is coming off a spectacular week one performance, having thrown for more than 360 yards and four touchdowns.  Rodgers is also phenomenal at protecting the football and rarely turns it over.

The Packers will host the Detroit Lions in this week two matchup, and it’s a Lions secondary that may enter the game without their top two cornerbacks.  It’s shaping up to be an encore performance for Rodgers and company.  Start the veteran with confidence this week.

RB | Christian McCaffrey | @ Buccaneers | $10,500

I generally opt to use a balanced lineup and avoid selecting players who cost more than $10,000 per week, but this is such a juicy matchup for the best all-around running back in the NFL.  Christian McCaffery carried the ball 23 times and scored a pair of rushing touchdowns.

In the new look Carolina offense, McCaffery was only targeted a mere four times, making three catches for 38 yards.  Expect those numbers to increase heading into Tampa Bay.  McCaffery has the potential for a 35 point fantasy weekend.

RB | J.K. Dobbins | @ Texans | $5,700

After selecting a player that will cost north of $10,000, we need to start looking for a bargain with scoring potential to pair up at the position.

The Baltimore Ravens demolished the Cleveland Browns in week one, and it was J.K. Dobbins getting the Ravens’ goal-line work, not Mark Ingram.  Entering the season, John Harbaugh mentioned both Dobbins and Ingram would see plenty of work.

Dobbins received seven carries to Ingrams ten.  The pair accounted for 17 of the teams 21 total carries.  It was Dobbins recording two rushing touchdowns despite only compiling 22 yards on the ground.  Let’s hope Dobbins has a nose for the endzone again in this week two matchup.