After two weeks of the fantasy football season, we've learned a lot. Kareem Hunt probably should have been the first overall pick after Spencer Ware went down with an injury. Todd Gurley might be back to the form that made him a top five pick in 2016. And Michael Crabtree appears to be the top target in Oakland, instead of Amari Cooper. But what might be even more interesting is which players have flopped, and which ones fantasy owners should already look to drop after week 2.

1. RB Adrian Peterson

It's hard to write this about a running back who will likely go down as one of the best of all time, but Peterson's reign at the top is over.

Adrian has scored just 3 fantasy points in the first two weeks of the season, and the Saints just don't use him in a way that makes him fantasy relevant. It's time to cut ties with the old Saints running back.

2. WR Eric Decker

Another player that many fantasy owners thought could be productive in 2017 was Titans receiver Eric Decker. So far, it doesn't look like he has much value. He has just four points through two weeks of the season and caught just three passes in each week. The Titans just don't throw the ball enough for him to have value, so it's time to look elsewhere for value on the Waiver Wire.

3. RB Bilal Powell

Much to the chagrin of fantasy owners, Matt Forte appears to still have the starting job for the Jets.

That has prevented Powell from being fantasy relevant, as he has scored just five fantasy points in two weeks. Until Forte gets hurt, Powell will be irrelevant from a fantasy standpoint. He might still be worth in a roster spot in 12 team leagues, but the Jets offense isn't good enough for him to be rosterable in leagues with less teams.

4. WR Brandon Marshall

The Giants offense isn't good enough to support two good fantasy wide receivers, and Marshall might not even be the second best wide receiver on the Giants. He scored just one fantasy point in week 1 and followed that performance up with yet another dud in week 2 against the Lions. He just doesn't have much left in the tank anymore and is quickly becoming fantasy irrelevant.

5. WR Kenny Britt

Britt was the top option in LA last year, but he was benched on Sunday against the Ravens for his struggles.

Corey Coleman was the #1 wide receiver, but he has now suffered an injury that will keep him out for at least six weeks. Theoretically, that would make Britt the best option, but Cleveland's coaches seem more interested in giving the young receivers a shot. Forget about Britt and look for better options on the waiver wire.