After two weeks of Fantasy Football, we've learned quite a lot. After week 2, fantasy owners could figure out which players were no longer worth keeping around. Fantasy owners should also have been able to realize which players from the waiver wire were most important. But another aspect of fantasy football that is important are the trades, which can make or break playoff teams. Let's take a look at which players should be targeted following the second week of the NFL season.

1. WR Brandin Cooks

Cooks did nothing against possibly the worst defense in the NFL in the Saints.

He had just 2 catches for 37 yards in a game where Tom Brady threw for more than 400 passing yards. That's a bad sign, but the talent of Cooks hasn't changed. Eventually things between Cooks and Brady are going to click, and when they do, fantasy owners will have an elite wide receiver. Find the frustrated owner in your league and take advantage.

2. WR Michael Thomas

Similar to Cooks, Thomas not been the player so many thought he would become entering the season. The second round fantasy pick hasn't scored a touchdown and is averaging just 7 points per game two weeks into the year. He hasn't scored a single touchdown yet, which has caused confidence in the receiver to decline among fantasy owners.

He's not going to be held out of the end zone forever, and eventually Thomas will start producing some better fantasy results.

3. RB Le'Veon Bell

Bell made an appearance on this list last week, and he returns again after another weak showing. That's because Bell's upside as a fantasy player is simply too huge to ignore. He catches passes, gets a majority of the workload, and is an extremely talented player in a strong Steelers offense.

All of those things make Bell an elite fantasy player, so go out and Trade for him while his value is still low.

4. QB Aaron Rodgers

The Green Bay Packers quarterback has been far from the world beater that many were expecting him to be this year. In fact, Rodgers has averaged just 16.5 fantasy points, good for 10th place among all quarterbacks.

Rodgers got off to a similarly slow start last year, but eventually posted numbers that made him the top quarterback in fantasy. Expect Rodgers to start putting up big fantasy numbers in 2017 soon.

5. RB Isaiah Crowell

The Browns offense is bad. There's no denying that fact. Despite that, Crowell was a serviceable fantasy running back in several weeks of the 2016 season. He is still the lead dog in Cleveland's backfield, which makes him a valuable fantasy commodity. After two straight weeks of less than 40 rushing yards, foolish fantasy owners will be willing to give up on him. Take advantage and buy low on Crowell while you still can.