Fantasy Football Rankings: Kyle Soppe’s Week 2 WR Rankings Include Garrett Wilson, Tee Higgins, and Others

    Week 2 is here, which means that we need to set our fantasy football lineups! Who are some of the top WRs to start?

    Week 1 is officially behind us, and all eyes now move to setting our fantasy football lineups for Week 2. There’s been a ton of movement in fantasy rankings because of injuries and unmet expectations, so what does that mean for us?

    We do the research here at Pro Football Network to make sure you are prepared to walk into your fantasy football matchup confident that you’re going to start the best possible lineup.

    With that in mind, here are my Week 2 WR fantasy football rankings.

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    Which WRs Should You Start in Fantasy Football?

    Be sure to check out Soppe’s other positional rankings: QB | RB | TE | DST | K

    1) Tyreek Hill | MIA, @ NE
    2) Amon-Ra St. Brown | DET, vs. SEA
    3) A.J. Brown | PHI, vs. MIN
    4) Stefon Diggs | BUF, vs. LV
    5) Chris Olave | NO, @ CAR
    6) Justin Jefferson | MIN, @ PHI
    7) DeVonta Smith | PHI, vs. MIN
    8) Ja’Marr Chase | CIN, vs. BAL
    9) DK Metcalf | SEA, @ DET
    10) Jaylen Waddle | MIA, @ NE
    11) Keenan Allen | LAC, @ TEN
    12) Davante Adams | LV, @ BUF
    13) CeeDee Lamb | DAL, vs. NYJ
    14) Calvin Ridley | JAX, vs. KC
    15) Tyler Lockett | SEA, @ DET
    16) Amari Cooper | CLE, @ PIT
    17) Tee Higgins | CIN, vs. BAL
    18) Mike Williams | LAC, @ TEN
    19) Brandon Aiyuk | SF, @ LAR
    20) DJ Moore | CHI, @ TB
    21) Chris Godwin | TB, vs. CHI
    22) Jahan Dotson | WAS, @ DEN
    23) Mike Evans | TB, vs. CHI
    24) George Pickens | PIT, vs. CLE
    25) Deebo Samuel | SF, @ LAR

    26) Michael Pittman Jr. | IND, @ HOU
    27) Zay Flowers | BAL, @ CIN
    28) Garrett Wilson | NYJ, @ DAL
    29) Terry McLaurin | WAS, @ DEN
    30) DeAndre Hopkins | TEN, vs. LAC
    31) Gabe Davis | BUF, vs. LV
    32) Christian Watson | GB, @ ATL
    33) Jerry Jeudy | DEN, vs. WAS
    34) Zay Jones | JAX, vs. KC
    35) Michael Thomas | NO, @ CAR
    36) Jakobi Meyers | LV, @ BUF
    37) Elijah Moore | CLE, @ PIT
    38) Rashid Shaheed | NO, @ CAR
    39) Jordan Addison | MIN, @ PHI
    40) Brandin Cooks | DAL, vs. NYJ
    41) Christian Kirk | JAX, vs. KC
    42) Courtland Sutton | DEN, vs. WAS
    43) Allen Robinson II | PIT, vs. CLE
    44) Odell Beckham Jr. | BAL, @ CIN
    45) Skyy Moore | KC, @ JAX
    46) Treylon Burks | TEN, vs. LAC
    47) Drake London | ATL, vs. GB
    48) Rashee Rice | KC, @ JAX
    49) Puka Nacua | LAR, vs. SF
    50) Kadarius Toney | KC, @ JAX

    51) Nico Collins | HOU, vs. IND
    52) Romeo Doubs | GB, @ ATL
    53) Jaxon Smith-Njigba | SEA, @ DET
    54) Darnell Mooney | CHI, @ TB
    55) JuJu Smith-Schuster | NE, vs. MIA
    56) Kendrick Bourne | NE, vs. MIA
    57) Adam Thielen | CAR, vs. NO
    58) Marquise Brown | ARI, vs. NYG
    59) Tyler Boyd | CIN, vs. BAL
    60) Donovan Peoples-Jones | CLE, @ PIT
    61) Isaiah Hodgins | NYG, @ ARI
    62) Jayden Reed | GB, @ ATL
    63) Marquez Valdes-Scantling | KC, @ JAX
    64) Josh Downs | IND, @ HOU
    65) Rondale Moore | ARI, vs. NYG
    66) Marvin Mims Jr. | DEN, vs. WAS
    67) Hunter Renfrow | LV, @ BUF
    68) Van Jefferson | LAR, vs. SF
    69) Allen Lazard | NYJ, @ DAL
    70) Quentin Johnston | LAC, @ TEN
    71) DeVante Parker | NE, vs. MIA
    72) Robert Woods | HOU, vs. IND
    73) Rashod Bateman | BAL, @ CIN
    74) Parris Campbell | NYG, @ ARI
    75) Darius Slayton | NYG, @ ARI

    76) Tank Dell | HOU, vs. IND
    77) Tutu Atwell | LAR, vs. SF
    78) Joshua Palmer | LAC, @ TEN
    79) Alec Pierce | IND, @ HOU
    80) DJ Chark Jr. | CAR, vs. NO
    81) Marvin Jones Jr. | DET, vs. SEA
    82) Jonathan Mingo | CAR, vs. NO
    83) Jalin Hyatt | NYG, @ ARI
    84) Curtis Samuel | WAS, @ DEN
    85) K.J. Osborn | MIN, @ PHI
    86) Michael Gallup | DAL, vs. NYJ
    87) Cedric Tillman | CLE, @ PIT
    88) Josh Reynolds | DET, vs. SEA
    89) Michael Wilson | ARI, vs. NYG
    90) Mecole Hardman Jr. | NYJ, @ DAL
    91) Chase Claypool | CHI, @ TB
    92) John Metchie III | HOU, vs. IND
    93) Marquez Callaway | LV, @ BUF
    94) Terrace Marshall Jr. | CAR, vs. NO
    95) Laviska Shenault Jr. | CAR, vs. NO
    96) Jauan Jennings | SF, @ LAR
    97) Nelson Agholor | BAL, @ CIN
    98) Randall Cobb | NYJ, @ DAL
    99) Quez Watkins | PHI, vs. MIN
    100) Sterling Shepard | NYG, @ ARI
    101) Trent Sherfield | BUF, vs. LV
    102) Nick Westbrook-Ikhine | TEN, vs. LAC
    103) Calvin Austin III | PIT, vs. CLE
    104) Isaiah McKenzie | IND, @ HOU
    105) Devin Duvernay | BAL, @ CIN
    106) Kayshon Boutte | NE, vs. MIA
    107) Richie James Jr. | KC, @ JAX
    108) Mack Hollins | ATL, vs. GB

    The Top WRs To Start in Week 2

    Brandon Aiyuk, San Francisco 49ers

    Aiyuk is very much trending in the right direction, so I’m going to help you out. What I need you to do is screenshot the analysis below and send it with Brandon Aiyuk to a manager in your league in an effort to cash in.

    The 49ers pass catcher was featured early and often in Week 1 against the Steelers. He finished off the first drive of the season with an eight-yard score and followed up with a gem of a 19-yard TD catch that came over Patrick Peterson.

    MORE: Fantasy Football’s Week 2 Burning Start/Sit Questions

    For the rest of the game, he earned two more targets on four fewer routes than Samuel. He scored seven times in 12 games to end last season, and the momentum has clearly carried over into 2023.

    There you go. Kyle Soppe — a man of the people. This San Francisco receiving core is going to be a random number generator for Samuel, Aiyuk, and Kittle on a week-to-week basis. Try to use the big games to your advantage and build a powerhouse of a team that carries a reliable weekly floor.

    Zay Flowers, Baltimore Ravens

    Have yourself a debut, kid! Flowers earned a 47.6% target share and had more catches (nine) than the rest of his teammates combined (eight).

    The numbers are one thing, but his agility and comfort are another. I expect Jackson to gain comfort in Todd Monken’s offense with time, which will put Flowers in a spot to return a profit on his draft price this summer. I have Flowers ranked as a top-30 receiver that I am comfortable starting.

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