Last week, I wrote about five fantasy players who could be dropped after an awful week 1. That list included guys like Jared Cook, Devin Funchess, and Jay Ajayi, players who were again unproductive in week 2. Those players can now be safely dropped in all fantasy leagues, but we can add even more players to the list this week.

1. Coby Fleener.

The Saints new tight end was supposed to give Drew Brees a brand new talented weapon.

Instead, Brees has chosen to focus more of his targets on guys like Michael Thomas and Brandin Cooks. Because of that, Fleener has accumulated exactly two fantasy points in two weeks of play. Why would anyone continue to roster Fleenerwhen Dennis Pitta and Clive Walford are available on the waiver wire?

2. Terrelle Pryor.

It was fun while it lasted, but there's a new top target in Cleveland. Corey Coleman scored two touchdowns and had more than 100 receiving yards in week 2, something that should spell the end of Pryor's days as a fantasy starter.

Once Josh Gordon is back, Pryor will lose all value. Why continue to hold Pryor on the roster when he will lose his small value in just two weeks? Drop him now.

3. Alex Smith.

The Chiefs quarterback proved that he is not rosterable with a dismal performance against the Chiefs in week 2. Smith scored exactly 3 fantasy points, a total that should dampen any excitement fantasy owners might have had about the Chiefs starting quarterback after week 1. Drop Alex Smith and only pick him up when he getsan extremely favorable matchup.

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4. Terrance West and Justin Forsett.

Forsett and West split the work too much and it causes headaches for fantasy owners. They touched the ball an almost equal number of times in week 2, and neither was able to generate any legitimate fantasy value. West scored five fantasy points and Forsett scored just 3. It's not worth keeping either of them on the roster, because both do not get enough chances for production in the Ravens offense.

5. Bilal Powell

Last season, the Jets used Powell to spell Chris Ivory a lot of the time. This year, the Jets have chosen to use Matt Forte as a workhorse and have shown almost no interest in getting Powell into the game. Powell might have played a significant role last year, but his current role precludes him from inclusion on fantasy Football rosters.

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