The maxim we use for “real life” NFL games applies just the same for fantasy football: no matter the outcome of your fantasy team’s performance in Weeks 1 and 2, remember that there’s a lot of football still to be played.
That being said, the first two weeks of the 2020 NFL season did give us a few glimpses into players you should be keeping an eye on moving forward, and players whose stock might be trending downwards.
Specifically, here are 15 players we recommend “buying,” and 15 players we recommend “selling.”
15. Dallas Goedert (Buy)
The team high 9 targets, 8 catches, and 101 yards receiving (and a touchdown) for Dallas Goedert in the Philadelphia Eagles’ loss to the Washington Football Team were not a fluke. Goedert currently leads the Eagles in receiving yards through two weeks of this season.
If Goedert were playing for any other team in the league, he’d be one of the most promising tight ends in the entire NFL. He is an incredibly talented young player, only limited by playing behind Zach Ertz. If and when he gets his opportunity, he can be a game-altering player.
15. Malcolm Brown (Sell)
A bunch of people are going to spring to the waiver wire this week, to steal Malcolm Brown as the running back du jour for the Los Angeles Rams. While Brown did have a successful outing against the Dallas Cowboys, he suffered an injury in Week 2, leaving his status uncertain moving forward.
The play of rookie running back Cam Akers and the returning Darrell Henderson is just going to muddy this running back situation even further.