Six week 2 fantasy stars who were mostly unowned, including Daniel Jones

Daniel Jones performed well, but it wasn’t enough for the Giants in Week 2 (Image source: Flickr/Casino Connection)
Daniel Jones performed well, but it wasn’t enough for the Giants in Week 2 (Image source: Flickr/Casino Connection)

Daniel Jones always seems to put together his best performances against Washington Football Team

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With Week 2 now in the books, let’s take a look at the players who performed well in fantasy despite mainly being unowned. One quarterback, two running backs, two wide receivers, and one tight end will be highlighted each week.

For the player to be eligible, they must have been owned in less than 25 percent of ESPN fantasy football leagues entering their Week 2 outing.

1

QB - Daniel Jones, Giants (10.7%) - 249 passing yards, 1 passing touchdown, 95 rushing yards, 1 rushing touchdown

It was a rare game in which the third-year quarterback finished the game without a turnover. According to Dan Benton of GiantsWire courtesy of USA Today, Jones’ 95 yards rushing are the most for a Giants quarterback in the Super Bowl era.

2

RB - Cordarrelle Patterson, Falcons (7.7%) - 11 rushing yards, 1 rushing touchdown, 5 receptions, 58 receiving yards, 1 receiving touchdown

Patterson, a converted wide receiver, has made the most of being on the field just 33% of the time. Despite being on the field for just 48 offensive snaps through two games (compared to 100 for starting running back Mike Davis), he has actually had more than one total yard than Davis (136 to 135).