Week 1 told us a lot about the states of certain fantasy Football players. There are now plenty of guys on the waiver wire available who can help you replace guys like Keenan Allen for week 2. But there are also plenty of players who were so bad that they can now be dropped from all fantasy football rosters.

1. Kevin White.

The expectations were pretty high for a player who was supposed to be the second best receiver on the Chicago Bears.

He was instead completely ineffective in his first game, catching just three passes for 34 receiving yards. Eddie Royal had a more productive fantasy day and certainly looks like the receiver on the Bears that you should want to own. White can be safely dropped in most leagues before the start of week 2.

2. Jared Cook.

Last week, I hyped up Jared Cook as a player who could have a big game in week 1 against a vulnerable Jaguars defense.

Cook scored exactly zero fantasy points, proving me completely wrong and looking completely ineffective as a Packers tight end. Rodgers clearly prefers his receivers and it would be wise for fantasy owners to avoid placing too much faith in Cook in the future.

3. Tyrod Taylor.

If the Bills continue to play like this, almost none of their fantasy players will be valuable. Taylor passed for just 111 yards in week 1 and tacked on only 11 more rushing yards, awful fantasy statistics for someone who was a decent fantasy quarterback last year. Fantasy players should look elsewhere if they are in need of a quarterback, especially if Watkins is hurt.

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4. Jay Ajayi.

It's time to forget about Ajayi and focus on Arian Foster, who had a somewhat successful day by scoring nine fantasy points against the Seahawks in week 1. The Dolphins are clearly committed to using Foster after leaving Ajayi in Miami, and Ajayi should now be dropped in all leagues where he is owned.

5. Devin Funchess.

Kelvin Benjamin was supposed to be on a pitch count in week 1 but instead scored a touchdown and led the Panthers in receiving yardage.

That makes Devin Funchess, who had just one catch for nine yards, obsolete. Greg Olsen is the clear secondary target and Funchess will not get enough targets as a tertiary player to be fantasy relevant. Funchess might have been hyped up in the preseason, but he is no longer usable in any fantasy leagues.

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