As we step into the thrilling second week of fantasy football, it’s time to strategize your team lineup. Deciding who should be on-field and who gets benched can be a daunting task, especially when it comes to running backs. But don’t worry; we’re here to help you make those crucial decisions! 🏈

First things first, let’s talk about the players that should definitely start in Week 2.

If you have Dalvin Cook from Minnesota Vikings on your roster, consider yourself lucky. His performance in Week 1 was commendable and he is expected to maintain this momentum moving forward. He has an excellent chance of scoring high against Arizona Cardinals’ defense.

Another player worth considering for starting is Derrick Henry from Tennessee Titans. Despite having a slow start in Week 1 against Denver Broncos, his potential cannot be underestimated as he had an impressive record last season.

Christian McCaffrey from Carolina Panthers also deserves a spot on your starting list due to his consistent performances over the years. Even though New Orleans Saints’ defense could pose challenges for him in Week 2, his versatility makes him hard to contain.

Now onto some players that might need reconsideration before being put out there this week:

Ezekiel Elliott from Dallas Cowboys may not live up to expectations given Los Angeles Chargers’ strong defensive line which limited Washington Football Team’s Antonio Gibson’s output significantly during their face-off last week.

Similarly Saquon Barkley of New York Giants might not perform well against Washington Football Team owing primarily due its sturdy defence line which made life difficult for Melvin Gordon III of Denver Broncos recently.

James Conner from Arizona Cardinals would probably sit better on bench this coming week based off current injury status combined with less than stellar performance at recent games even when fully fit.

It’s important while making these choices remember every game differs & one must take into account how individual matchups could affect outcomes rather than simply relying on past performance. It’s also crucial to keep an eye out for injury updates, as they can drastically alter the landscape.

Lastly, remember that fantasy football is not just about winning or losing; it’s about having fun and enjoying the game. The thrill of strategizing your lineup and seeing how your decisions play out week after week is what keeps us coming back season after season.

So gear up, make those tough calls, and may Week 2 be in your favor!