Fantasy Football 2020: The week two DFS winning lineup

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TE | Jonnu Smith | vs. Jaguars | $4,900

It’s a fair price for the talented tight end.  Jonnu Smith has massive breakout potential playing with the game-managing, run-first offense.  Usually, this style of play leaves plenty of opportunities for the tight end.

Smith is replacing the long-time Titan great Delanie Walker.  Smith is behind both A.J. Brown and Corey Davis in the pecking order for targets, but he should still see nearly eight targets per game.  In week one, Smith made four catches totaling just 36 yards but scored a touchdown on seven targets.

The Jaguars rank 30th against the pass after week one.

Flex | Clyde Edwards-Helaire | @ Chargers | $8,000

Saving some funds throughout has allowed us to plug in the week one superstar.  Rookie Clyde Edwards-Helaire broke onto the scene in prime time, opening the 2020 season ten days ago against the Houston Texans.

He’s well-rested and ready for the workload head coach Andy Reid expects from his bell-cow running back.  The young rookie led the league with 138 rushing yards through week one, his 25 carries rank second, and Edwards-Helaire scored in his debut.

After recording nearly 20 fantasy football points in his debut, fire up the top running back taken in the 2020 Draft Class with confidence.

Defense | Arizona Cardinals | vs. Washington | $3,600

Under the guidance of Ron Rivera, this Washington Football Team will earn their bread and butter on the defensive side of the football.

The Cardinals are coming off of a stellar upset victory on the road in San Francisco, only yielding 20 points and 366 total yards.  Arizona recorded three sacks but was unable to take the football away.

Washington, on the other hand, only mustered 239 total yards, but it was enough to get a surprising victory over the Carson Wentz led Philadelphia Eagles.  Arizona will have many options to fluster young second-year quarterback Dwayne Haskins and should be in-line to record at least ten fantasy football points in this week two matchup, making it a bargain costing merely $3,600.