2022 Fantasy Football: Preseason Fantasy Stock - Week 2






With preseason underway, there will be updates daily to this 2022 Fantasy Football Preseason Stock page. Games will be added as I watch them. Adjustments will be made on my 2022 Fantasy Football Rankings accordingly. Follow me @walterfootball for updates.



2022 Preseason Notes: Week 1 | Week 2 | Week 3
2022 Fantasy Football Stock Pages: Preseason Stock Week 1 | Preseason Stock Week 2 | Preseason Stock Week 3


2022 Fantasy Football Preseason Stock - Week 2




Falcons at Jets

Breece Hall, RB, Jets
Breece Hall started against the Falcons, whereas Michael Carter rested. Given that the Jets sat all of their veteran starters, this wasn't a good sign for Hall, who failed to do anything of note. In fact, he nearly didn't do anything, as his four carries went for just one yard.

For more on this game, go to the 2022 NFL Preseason Fantasy Football Notes. Follow me @walterfootball for updates.





Ravens at Cardinals

Isaiah Likely, TE, Ravens
Isaiah Likely began his game against Arizona by breaking a tackle for a 20-yard gain, then shed another tackle and used a stiff-arm to pick up 31 yards. He capped off the final drive of the opening half with an 8-yard touchdown that he made in heavy traffic. He reeled in all eight of his targets for 100 yards and a touchdown. The Ravens obviously have Mark Andrews on the roster, but given their lacking receiving depth, Likely could see significant targets in two-tight end sets. I wouldn't draft Likely in normal leagues just yet, but he's certainly someone to monitor on the waiver wire.

For more on this game, go to the 2022 NFL Preseason Fantasy Football Notes. Follow me @walterfootball for updates.


Steelers at Jaguars

Christian Kirk, WR, Jaguars
Christian Kirk didn't play in the team's first real preseason game, but he took the field versus the Steelers. Playing with Trevor Lawrence for the first time, Kirk quickly showed that he's the young quarterback's favorite receiver. Lawrence looked toward Kirk eight times, which was double compared to the receiver with the next-highest targets (Marvin Jones, 4). Lawrence and Kirk failed to connect on the same route twice, but otherwise seemed like they had great chemistry. Kirk reeled in five of the eight targets for 54 yards.

For more on this game, go to the 2022 NFL Preseason Fantasy Football Notes. Follow me @walterfootball for updates.


Redskins at Chiefs

Ronald Jones, RB, Chiefs
The Chiefs used their top three running backs against the Redskins, as Clyde Edwards-Helaire, Jerick McKinnon and Isiah Pacheco all contributed when Patrick Mahomes was on the field. The one guy who wasn't seen at all was Ronald Jones, who may not make the 53-man roster.

Brian Robinson, RB, Redskins
The most significant news concerning the Chiefs-Redskins game was what transpired with Washington's running backs. Both Brian Robinson and Antonio Gibson played, but Robinson was the one who started. Robinson looked excellent right away with a 9-yard burst that came with some yards after contact. Robinson was far more impressive than Gibson, as he rushed for 31 yards on eight carries. Gibson, conversely, was limited to three yards on two attempts. Gibson did some nice work as a receiver out of the backfield - three catches, 37 receiving yards - but this came against the Chiefs' backups. Gibson was on the field with the second-string offense, which obviously bodes extremely poorly for his fantasy outlook. Robinson, meanwhile, must skyrocket up all fantasy rankings and cheat sheets.

For more on this game, go to the 2022 NFL Preseason Fantasy Football Notes. Follow me @walterfootball for updates.




Broncos at Bills

Devin Singletary, RB, Bills
Devin Singletary was the only running back to see action with Josh Allen in the second preseason game. There's been lots of speculation that Zack Moss and James Cook will be worked in with Singletary, but this result says otherwise. Singletary looked great, especially on one occasion in which he dragged a defender on an 18-yard gain. Singletary rushed for 39 yards on four carries. This was against Denver's backup defense, but Singletary deserves a stock-up arrow for his usage.

For more on this game, go to the 2022 NFL Preseason Fantasy Football Notes. Follow me @walterfootball for updates.





Texans at Rams

Dameon Pierce, RB, Texans
Dameon Pierce did not play in the second preseason game against the Rams. It was all Marlon Mack in the first half, followed by Royce Freeman with some Rex Burkhead mixed in at times. Pierce is not injured, so this means that the Texans value him extremely highly. He needs to skyrocket in my fantasy rankings.

For more on this game, go to the 2022 NFL Preseason Fantasy Football Notes. Follow me @walterfootball for updates.





Panthers at Patriots

Rhamondre Stevenson, RB, Patriots
I've been bullish on Rhamondre Stevenson for the past couple of months, but the second preseason game was a disappointing evening for him. He saw action early, but also played well into the second quarter once Mac Jones took a seat. Furthermore, Damien Harris (3 carries, 18 yards) played well ahead of him. Stevenson, conversely, gained just four yards on two attempts. I still like Stevenson, but there's some cause for concern.

For more on this game, go to the 2022 NFL Preseason Fantasy Football Notes. Follow me @walterfootball for updates.





Bears at Seahawks

Cole Kmet, TE, Bears
Cole Kmet saw nearly half of Justin Fields' targets in the second preseason game. He reeled in two of the three for 31 yards. With Chicago's offensive line looking dreadful, Kmet will get plenty of opportunities.

Rashaad Penny, RB, Seahawks
The Seahawks lost Damien Lewis to injury in the second preseason game. Lewis is a key blocker on an already-shaky offensive line, so that'll hurt Penny.

For more on this game, go to the 2022 NFL Preseason Fantasy Football Notes. Follow me @walterfootball for updates.





2022 Preseason Notes: Week 1 | Week 2 | Week 3
2022 Fantasy Football Stock Pages: Preseason Stock Week 1 | Preseason Stock Week 2 | Preseason Stock Week 3

Be sure to check out my other 2022 Fantasy Football articles, which will include mock drafts, rankings, sleepers, busts, cheat sheets and other things.


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