Week 1 of the year has produced some valuable information for fantasy owners, as we now know which players are worth picking up on the waiver wire. But there's also a lot we don't know just yet, and that means shrewd fantasy owners can take advantage. In this article, we'll take a look at four players smart fantasy owners should be targeting in week 2.

1. RB Le'Veon Bell

The Steelers running back had a disastrous day on Sunday against the Browns, who rushed for just 32 yards on 10 carries and added only 15 yards on three catches through the air. That was a good for a total of four fantasy points, a terrible start for a player that was a consensus top pick in the draft.

Still, it's not time to overreact. Antonio Brown had a majority of the fantasy points, which won't happen every game. If a fantasy owner is willing to part with Bell, make the trade before it's too late. A Kareem Hunt for Le'Veon Bell swap would seem pretty reasonable after week 1, but now is certainly the time to buy.

2. WR Alshon Jeffery

Those who drafted Jeffery in the second or third round of fantasy drafts were probably wishing they didn't after week 1. That's foolish, especially when you consider that Josh Norman was blanketing him all game. Carson Wentz showed off his arm in week 1, passing for more than 300 yards, but only 38 of those went to Jeffery. In future games, that won't happen, and that makes Jeffery an excellent option for the rest of the season.

If you can, try to trade for Jeffery while owners are willing to part with him.

3. QB Russell Wilson

He wasn't a high draft pick, and he certainly wasn't very good in week 1, passing for just 158 yards and tacking on 40 rushing yards. So why would I recommend trading for him? Last year, Wilson finished as the 10th highest scoring quarterback, and he's more than capable of finishing higher than that.

Fantasy owners frustrated with his production will be looking to trade him cheaply, and that's where you can really pounce. Take advantage and trade for the Seahawks quarterback in week 2 if you have the opportunity.

4. WR T.Y. Hilton

The Colts won't be without Andrew Luck forever, and that means Hilton will eventually be the star fantasy wide receiver he was last season.

In 2016, he led the league in receiving, and he has that upside when Luck comes back. Impatient fantasy owners will look to get rid of an unproductive Hilton after a few poor performances, but the shrewd ones will buy him while his price is low. Try to make a trade for the star Colts wide receiver while you still can.

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