Week 2 Offensive Sleepers

A look at the best under the radar plays for Week 2


Derek Carr (vs Kansas City) - Carr has been successful against Kansas City at home the last two seasons, with three passing scores in each game, despite the lack of great weapons. Gardner Minshew lit up the Kansas City secondary last week, and not all of that was when the game was out of hand. Carr should have plenty of opportunity to be a top 10 quarterback this week, and Darren Waller and Tyrell Williams are must starts and hopefully no longer sleepers after their strong Monday night games.

Andy Dalton (vs San Francisco) - The Bengals are going to be the most pass-happy team this side of Arizona. It looks like San Francisco had a strong Week 1 performance on defense against Tampa, but the two biggest plays were unforced errors by the Bucs. Dalton should have one of the highest attempt totals in Week 2, and if Joe Mixon is out, the Bengals offense could somehow be even more pass heavy than Week 1.

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