Oh man, it’s already Week 3? This is going to be over before we know it. I would request that time slow down, but I’m too anxious to see Ryan Fitzpatrick hoist the Super Bowl MVP trophy. So ever since I got promoted to Staff Editor around these parts, I’ve been writing about football for 12 months a year. Starting in August, there have been football games going on in my dreams (no, I don’t fall asleep with SportsCenter on in the background). I remember one of them specifically had to do with Randall Cobb in the preseason. It was like my subconscious telling me he’s going to have a huge week one and I should draft him (I didn’t). Nope, I drafted eleven million shares of Larry Fitzgerald, Royce Freeman, and Peyton Barber.

Anyways, last night’s was very time specific. I knew last night’s dream was about week 3. My dream was about Sony Michel and he had a hell of a week. Big runs, a touchdown, mucho fantasy pointos. Realistically, I’ve been thinking about Sony Michel’s role with the Patriots a lot lately. Most of the thoughts are positive, I think as the season goes on, his role will grow and he will have success. That is beside the point. If Sony Michel has a big week, I want all of the credit and I want a statue of me build in Canton, Ohio. My readers (you) will have to refer to me as the Oracle and also follow me on twitter. While we’re at it, my readers will have to subscribe to Rudy’s tools and listen to our new podcast that we have together (new episode Thursday or Friday). And if I was wrong in my dream, you ask? It’s simple, dreams aren’t real. At least that’s what my father told me. Here are my week 3 rankings!

Note: My current rankings reflect my belief that Jay Ajayi and Devonta Freeman won’t play. I also believe that if LeSean McCoy plays, his role will be drastically reduced. 

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It was a tough day to be a kicker but everything else on Sunday was a lot of fun. I remember at this time last season, the play on the football field was sub par and there weren’t very many close games. Now, the quarterback numbers are outrageous, the games have been pretty close and well played, and the players are better protected. There are still a lot of flags, but that will work itself out when the referees gain more experience with the new rules. Speaking of new, on Mondays, you can now wake up to me breaking down the fantasy numbers for six games. Reid will also pick six games to break down and that will come out around lunch time for the East coast folks. Let’s start with an absolute shootout.

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Welcome to week 2 of this very young NFL season. One of the most potent receivers in the game now doesn’t have a team. That’s just how it goes sometimes in this crazy and sometimes (most of the time) stupid league. You have lineup questions and Zach, Reid, and myself have answers. If you’re the shy type or find us creepy and/or not funny, Jay (who finished 12th on FantasyPros last week), Zach, and myself have rankings that you can check out. Do you play DFS? Rudy just introduced the new Stackonator tool to his premium tool belt. Our contributors had another great week of providing top shelf fantasy football knowledge and now we just await the results. Let’s get to the weather and injuries.

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Welcome to the pilot episode of Pod Sack the Queen! Each week, Rudy Gamble and myself will muse over a couple of players from each position that we are playing and a couple that we are fading. The goal for our show is to keep the episodes right around a half hour (we went a little long this week). We know that you are already locked into your routine podcasts every week but we have one that we think is very useful. We want to pack in as much great information as we can while you set your lineups for Sunday. We dive into the week 2 prospects of DeShaun Watson, Alex Smith, Kenny Stills, James White, Pierre Garcon, Peyton Barber, Evan Engram and many more!

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Tired of clicking multiple links just to look up where one of our writers ranked Gerald Everett? Wondering who Gerald Everett is? Good, because I’m with you on both counts! With myself, Zach, and Jay providing the Razzball readers with their own rankings, we’re going to provide our 2018 Fantasy Football Staff Rankings for the second time ever, a place where you can find all of our rankings in one spot! The players will be sorted by our average ranking, providing you a great way to see how the Razzball Staff feels on the whole, while also providing our specific rankings so you know how each of us feels about a player singularily. So many feels and terrible word usage. Follow us after the jump for your Official 2018 Razzball Staff Rankings for Week 2!

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Week 1 was packed full of surprises, just like usual. I’ve been saying that weird things happen in September and it’s no cause for overreaction. At the same time, certain things become more clear and so do the roles of the players that we drafted. We find out which wide receivers young quarterbacks tend to target more. We also get an idea of what the work load is going to be for certain backfields when it was unclear before. Everything changes from week to week but we put in the work and research to make sure that we are as accurate as possible here at Razzball. Let’s get to a few highlighted players for week to before you view the rankings in full.

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It’s Sunday Morning in New Orleans. 4:27 A.M. to be exact. A 35 year-old journey quarterback awakens with a groan on the couch in his hotel room. He prefers a bed most nights but this specific hotel has mattresses that are too stiff for his back.

He strokes his beard to make sure that it is sitting the way that he prefers. He’d hate to have to waste time on a game day combing his life’s work instead of studying his second love, football. He looks down and discovers that he fell asleep in his favorite Carhartt flannel shirt while watching reruns of M.A.S.H. Times were much simpler back then.

After brushing his teeth with charcoal and applying odorless deodorant, it’s time to pack his lunch pail with pre-game nutrition that has treated him well since he joined his 11th(ish) NFL team a few years ago. He starts by brewing coffee so strong that it can be mistaken for motor oil and he grabs 3 hard boiled eggs out of hotel’s mini fridge. Ryan used to love his eggs over easy until teammates started making fun of the leftover egg yoke left in his beard. Ryan prefers as little attention as possible. The only thing that he wants is to continue to perfect his craft.

Ryan hops on the team bus with his pail and coffee thermos. He doesn’t sit next to anyone. He’d like to be alone with his thoughts and Keith Urban playing at a moderate volume in his stock iPhone headphones. Ryan snaps out of his daze as the team arrives at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome. He is the only person who knows what he is about to accomplish at this place on this day. He is the only man who has visualized the deep missiles that he is going to navigate to Mike Evans and Desean Jackson. The savior has arrived. Some quarterbacks eat W’s while others achieve them.

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Thursday wasn’t entertaining enough for you? That’s fine. The NFL has 12 games today and at least a few of them should do the trick. If you missed any content this week, be sure to head back and check out the great stuff that you might have missed. Check out the rankings from JayZach, and myself. Also, you can check out Rudy’s depth charts that are regularly updated and if you’re a DFS player there is nothing better than our premium content. YOU GET A 7 DAY FREE TRIAL. Ray Rice can’t even beat that. Oh really? Bad Ray Rice jokes in 2018? Well, Eminem put out an album in 2018 so why can’t I act in poor taste too?

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Last night, we kicked off the regular season with…. the opposite of a bang as the Atlanta Falcons visited the Philadelphia Eagles. We have to remember that September football tends to be pretty bad at times. Teams are not in a groove on the offensive side of the ball and it clearly showed last night.

Be sure to check out Rudy’s Depth Chart tool to make sure you have the best roster locked in for Week 1!

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Week 1 rankings are tough. You are predicting outcomes against defenses that you haven’t seen yet. It all seems to be based on last year’s performance and off season moves. We don’t have a good gauge of what is going on in the locker room yet and how the new players will mesh with the old. Was the coach of the team A showing his hand in the preseason with RB snaps? Who knows. Beat writers are hit or miss. A running back can be named a starter but might not see a second series until the second quarter. We’ve seen it all before. All we can do is try. That doesn’t stop me from trying to read into every little thing to predict the closest outcome that I possibly can. Here are some players that I like and don’t like before you view my rankings in full.

*Rankings will be updated periodically throughout the rest of the week.

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