Ranking the Wire: Week 2

Rank Player Pos. FAAB
1 Corey Davis  WR $18
2 Tarik Cohen  RB $15
3 Kenny Golladay WR $13
4 Cooper Kupp  WR $11
5 Marqise Lee  WR $6
6 Javorius Allen  RB $4
7 Charles Clay TE $4
8 Paul Richardson  WR $3
9 Kerwynn Williams RB $2
10 Allen Hurns  WR $2
11 Chris Carson RB $2
12 Alvin Kamara RB $2
13 Chris Thompson  RB $2
14 Marlon Mack  RB $1
15 Nelson Agholor  WR $1
16 Jermaine Kearse  WR $1
17 Shane Vereen RB $1
18 Charcandrick West  RB $1
19 Chris Johnson  RB $1
20 Kendall Wright WR $1

Notes (correspond with priority rank)

1.       10 targets on 42 snaps in first NFL action. Titans clearly love his potential. 

2.       Owning Howard doesn't factor in FAAB decision. Led team in targets/catches. ATL awful vs pass-catching RBs in 2016.

3.       Legit RZ frame. High ceiling. Better raw talent than Marvin Jones.

4.       Clear chemistry with Goff but the Rams unfortunately don't play the Colts every week.

5.       Better outside talent than Hurns. 63-851-3 in 2016. JAC had highest % of run plays in W1. 

6.       21 carries, 3 more than West. Turned to him to run out clock. Woodhead-type role w/ outside chance at lead job.

7.       More than just a stream option. Tyrod's only familiar target. Led team w/ 9 targets.

8.       Tied for team lead in targets (7). Played 15 more snaps than Lockett.

9.       RB committee approach expected but likely first to see early-down work and could win the job.

10.   64-1031-10 in 2015. Could return to 100+ target volume. Works best out of the slot.

11.   Led SEA RBs in snaps. Clearly most explose of the bunch in W1. Rawls is back in W2. Long-term stash.

12.   Led NO RBs in snaps and targets. PPR potential but game script dependent. Long-term stash.

13.   Likely the only RB worth owning in WAS at the moment. PPR specialist.

14.   Could have scored twice but stopped at the GL on 21-yard reception. Only 2 fewer snaps than Gore but only 3 more than Turbin.

15.   58 of 86 yards came on a busted play but 8 targets and 6 recepitons is encouraging. Carving out nice role in the slot.

16.   55 of 58 offense snaps and led NYJ in targets. Could end up being who we want Robby Anderson to be.

17.   10 targets and nearly doubled Perkins snap counts (31 to 17). Role is safe especially when NYG are trailing. PPR upside.

18.   Clear handcuff but still logged 24 snaps. Hill lined up in the backfield a lot capping his stand-alone volume.

19.   Unlikely to come off the street and start but Arians will likely mix him in.

20.   No Bears WR is worth owning in most re-draft formats but someone has to catch the football.