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NFL Week 2 Schedule 2016


Date Time Game
Thursday, September 15 8:25 PM ET New York Jets @ Buffalo Bills
Sunday, September 18 1:00 PM ET San Francisco 49ers @ Carolina Panthers
Sunday, September 18 1:00 PM ET Baltimore Ravens @ Cleveland Browns
Sunday, September 18 1:00 PM ET Tennessee Titans @ Detroit Lions
Sunday, September 18 1:00 PM ET Kansas City Chiefs @ Houston Texans
Sunday, September 18 1:00 PM ET Miami Dolphins @ New England Patriots
Sunday, September 18 1:00 PM ET New Orleans Saints @ New York Giants
Sunday, September 18 1:00 PM ET Cincinnati Bengals @ Pittsburgh Steelers
Sunday, September 18 1:00 PM ET Dallas Cowboys @ Washington Redskins
Sunday, September 18 4:05 PM ET Tampa Bay Buccaneers @ Arizona Cardinals
Sunday, September 18 4:05 PM ET Seattle Seahawks @ Los Angeles Rams
Sunday, September 18 4:25 PM ET Indianapolis Colts @ Denver Broncos
Sunday, September 18 4:25 PM ET Atlanta Falcons @ Oakland Raiders
Sunday, September 18 4:25 PM ET Jacksonville Jaguars @ San Diego Chargers
Sunday, September 18 8:30 PM ET Green Bay Packers @ Minnesota Vikings
Monday, September 19 8:30 PM ET Philadelphia Eagles @ Chicago Bears

Week 2 Fantasy Analysis

Week One was certainly exciting and everything we'd been waiting six months for, but unfortunately, there were a multitude of injuries. Russell Wilson is suffering through an ankle injury that will limit, if not keep him out of the Seahawks matchup with the Rams. If he doesn't play, that game should be a major target for defense, especially the Rams and their tremendous front seven. The Saints and Giants should certainly get a bunch of attention because of their explosive 2015 matchup. While it's unlikely to be quite as scoring heavy, these two defenses should once again allow a ton of production on both sides of the ball. Robert Griffin is another quarterback that suffered an injury in Week One, however, his shoulder injury was much worse than Wilson's. Griffin has landed on IR which thrusts Josh McCown into the starting lineup. The Browns and the Ravens should be a very intriguing game to watch. Also of note, the Patriots look to extend their win streak in a Tom Brady-less stint. The Dolphins should be in some trouble offensively with how New England operated in Week One.