Still looking for some last-minute additions to your fantasy team this week? We're here to help.
Whether you're dealing with some early-season injury bugs or left some holes open after your draft, there's a handful of players still available in most leagues that could be of service this week.
Here they are!
Joe Flacco, QB
If you're in need of a quarterback for Week 2, chances are Flacco is still available, and it's hard not to love a matchup against Cleveland. The Browns defense allowed 2 scores and 278 yards through the air to Philadelphia in Week 1, making Flacco a strong candidate to repeat his solid Week 1 outing.
Brock Osweiler, QB
Osweiler threw an interception in his Texans debut, but otherwise enjoyed a clean performance against the Bears. Defenses are likely to catch on to Lamar Miller's explosiveness out of the backfield, which could lead to Osweiler having chances for some big plays against the Chiefs.
Kenny Stills, WR
The Dolphins are still searching for a bona fide No. 2 to Jarvis Landry, but Stills is a deep threat whenever he's on the field. Categorize him as a boom-or-bust play, but the magnitude of that boom could make him worth a start if you're in need.
Michael Thomas, WR
The Saints rookie caught every pass thrown his way in Week 1, and the Giants still have some work to do to convince us that their defensive offseason additions make them a formidable group.With Brandin Cooks and Willie Snead both coming off stellar performances, Thomas may be able to slip through the cracks and post impressive numbers in Week 2.
Shane Vereen, RB
Vereen racked up decent yardage in limited touches during the second half of the Giants' Week 1 win in Dallas. Against a softer New Orleans defense, New York's second-stringer should see the ball more, and -- especially in PPR formats -- is worth your consideration.
In their first game as the reincarnated Los Angeles Rams, they didn't score a point. And they didn't come particularly close.
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30. Titans (0-1)
Last Week: 30
Tennessee wasn't able to hold on to a hefty lead against a Shaun Hill-led Vikings team.
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29. Chargers (0-1)
Last Week: 29
The Chargers seemed as if they were going to steal one from Kansas City, but returned to form in time to surrender the lead in overtime. Keenan Allen missing the rest of the season doesn't exactly help matters.
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28. 49ers (1-0)
Last Week: 31
Not much was expected of San Francisco heading into the season, but they made the Rams look out of place on an NFL field.
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27. Bears (0-1)
Last Week: 22
Chicago couldn't compete with the Texans in Week 1, but against Philly next Monday night, they'll have a chance to even up their record. Alshon Jeffery's strong performance is encouraging, though Jeremy Langford left something to be desired.
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26. Bills (0-1)
Last Week: 19
Tyrod Taylor threw for a whopping 111 yards against Baltimore, and Sammy Watkins' health is suddenly up in the air again. Not great.
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25. Saints (0-1)
Last Week: 25
Drew Brees will likely have the Saints putting major points on the board most weeks, but can they outscore what their defense will give up?
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24. Dolphins (0-1)
Last Week: 27
Miami had the Seahawks' backs against the wall late in the fourth quarter, but a Doug Baldwin score with 31 seconds left won the game for Seattle. Still, it was encouraging that Miami was able to hang in late at CenturyLink Field -- but it's too early to tell how good the Seahawks' offense actually is right now.
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23. Eagles (1-0)
Last Week: 26
Against the Browns, Carson Wentz threw for 278 yards and two touchdowns, with Ryan Mathews adding 77 more yards on the ground over 22 carries. Of course, against Cleveland, it's tough to tell how good any team truly is. Check back next week.
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22. Redskins (0-1)
Last Week: 18
In a wide-open NFC East, Washington was overmatched against a Pittsburgh Steelers team that racked up 300 yards through the air and rushed for nearly 150 more. Kirk Cousins threw for plenty of yardage but failed to record a touchdown while turning it over twice. Washington's run game didn't provide any sort of balance, with Matt Jones, Chris Thompson and Cousins totaling just 55 yards on the ground. They'll host the Cowboys in Week 2, where they'll hope to even up their record while bumping Dallas down to 0-2.
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21. Falcons (0-1)
Last Week: 20
Last year's 8-8 group remains very much in tact for the 2016 campaign, and it got off on the wrong foot with a home loss to division-rival Tampa Bay. Matt Ryan was a bright spot, though, and Julio Jones may have a suitable No. 2 underneath him on the depth chart in Mohamed Sanu.
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20. Lions (1-0)
Last Week: 28
In Week 1 against Indy, we got a taste of how the Lions offense may function sans Calvin Johnson this season, with eight players recording at least one catch -- Golden Tate leading them with seven, Marvin Jones racking up a team-high 85 yards while three other Lions caught a touchdown pass. Take it with a grain of salt against the Colts defense, but maybe -- maybe -- the Lions will be okay.
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19. Ravens (1-0)
Last Week: 23
Baltimore's defense held the Bills to 111 yards through the air, and while they weren't able to put together much offense of their own, Justin Forsett averaged four yards per carry and Mike Wallace showed his big-play potential with a 66-yard touchdown catch and run.
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18. Colts (0-1)
Last Week: 9
We didn't learn anything particularly new about the Colts in Week 1. They put up a ton of points, gave up even more and lost. They'll travel to Mile High in Week 2, where Andrew Luck's offense will really be tested.
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17. Cowboys (0-1)
Last Week: 17
Considering they're starting the season with a rookie quarterback and running back for the first season in nearly 50 years, the Cowboys exceeded expectations in Week 1. Dak Prescott seemed to have a handle on the offense, and with more production from Dez Bryant and Ezekiel Elliott, Dallas should be in decent shape moving forward.
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16. Jaguars (0-1)
Last Week: 16
The heavily hyped Jaguars put the heat on Green Bay up until the final seconds before falling just short. Still, it was an encouraging effort heading into a winnable Week 2 game in San Diego.
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15. Buccaneers (1-0)
Last Week: 21
Tampa Bay went into a division rival's house and stole a road victory to open the season. Jameis Winston threw for four touchdowns, and if Week 1 was any indication of what's to come for the Bucs, the Panthers may have a bit of work to do in order to keep the division crown on their heads.
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14. Giants (1-0)
Last Week: 14
The Giants' new-look -- and very expensive -- defense started off slow against Dallas, but ended up holding both Dez Bryant and Ezekiel Elliott in check. Victor Cruz and Sterling Shephard both showed signs of life, which could give New York one of the scarier offensive attacks if it can be sustained.
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13. Jets (0-1)
Last Week: 12
New York wasn't able to hold on to a late lead at home, but the good news is Cincinnati's offense figures to be among the most dangerous in the league. They kept the pressure on Andy Dalton all afternoon, which should be a staple for the Jets defense this season. With any semblance of above-average quarterback play, the Jets should be able to compete against every opponent on their slate.
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12. Raiders (1-0)
Last Week: 15
The Raiders are -- dare we say it -- pretty good! Getting into a shootout with Drew Brees' Saints is a tall task, and the third-year pro Derek Carr orchestrated an attack that put the team in a chance to win in the closing stages of the game.
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11. Vikings (1-0)
Last Week: 13
With Shaun Hill under center and Adrian Peterson accomplishing next to nothing on the ground, the Vikings fell in a hole early against Tennessee, but rebounded for a good road victory to start the season. On Sunday night against the Packers this week, they won't be able to get away with the same slow start.
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10. Texans (1-0)
Last Week: 11
In a light matchup against the Bears, Houston took care of business and won by more than a touchdown. They'll face a tougher opponent in Kansas City next week, but if Lamar Miller and Will Fuller can sustain performance remotely close to their Week 1 outputs, Houston will be in good shape.
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9. Chiefs (1-0)
Last Week: 10
Kansas City faced a scare to open the season, falling behind big to the Chargers and only waking up in the third quarter -- en route to a gigantic come-from-behind win. Hopefully that acts as a bit of a wake-up call, because banking on that tactic at Houston in Week 2 may not be as fruitful.
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8. Seahawks (1-0)
Last Week: 7
Seattle's offense had some problems against Miami in Week 1, but were able to pull one out in a low-scoring affair. Thomas Rawls' 2.7 YPC were a concern, but Christine Michael's 66 yards on 15 carries were encouraging. Hopefully for Seattle, things will come to form as the season trudges along -- as has happened in years past.
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7. Bengals (1-0)
Last Week: 5
It took a go-ahead field goal in the final minute, but Cincinnati outlasted the Jets at Metlife Stadium in Week 1. A.J. Green played even more brilliantly than usual, and Brandon LaFell played like a legitimate No. 2 option. With Tyler Eifert eventually returning to the fold, the Bengals could be a scary team to face by midseason once again.
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6. Panthers (0-1)
Last Week: 2
It was an unwelcomed spell of deja vu for Carolina on Thursday night, losing in heartbreaking fashion to the Denver Broncos again. The good news was that the team's offense, infused with Kelvin Benjamin, should have the firepower to keep Carolina in contention all year long.
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5. Broncos (1-0)
Last Week: 8
The defending champs pulled off a rare home upset to open the NFL season, as Trevor Siemian performed well enough to keep Denver in a position to win until the end. Carolina will likely be one of the tougher opponents they'll face all year -- and their defense passed the test.
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4. Packers (1-0)
Last Week: 3
The new-look Jaguars took them to the wire, but the Packers proved that they're still among the class of the league in Week 1. A divisional matchup against the Vikings on Sunday night awaits this week, with another chance to solidify their standing.
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3. Cardinals (0-1)
Last Week: 1
Taking on a Patriots team without Tom Brady or Rob Gronkowski, Arizona learned the hard way that a Bill Belichick team is always a threat. They'll have a chance to bounce back in Week 2 against Tampa Bay, as long as they don't take that matchup lightly.
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2. Steelers (1-0)
Last Week: 6
No Martavis Bryant and Le'Veon Bell (until Week 4)? No problem. Ben Roethlisberger, Antonio Brown and DeAngelo Williams had their way with Washington in Week 1, which makes this team even scarier once Bell returns.
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1. Patriots (1-0)
Last Week: 4
Jimmy Garoppolo had a lot to prove on Sunday night against a presumed Super Bowl contender, and he did just that. How much longer until the "Tom Brady: System QB" hot takes come spewing out?