Fantasy Football Week 2: Tennessee Titans vs. San Diego Chargers

Contributed by: Al king
Last Updated: Sep 14, 2012 5:24 PM

Tennessee Titans @ San Diego Chargers

Jared CookThe Tennessee Titans (0-1) lost a game to the Patriots in Week 1, a game that left the team with even more questions than they had coming in.

What happened to Chris Johnson bouncing back (11 rushes for 4 yards), will Nate Washington be able to play Week 2 and can Jake Locker play after each went down due to injury?

Jake Locker dislocated his non-throwing shoulder after making a tackle on an interception play.

Locker is expected to play this week and could have a decent game against a Chargers secondary who may be without Quentin Jammer.

Chris Johnson got off to another horrific start this season and could not go anywhere against the Patriots.

The offensive line didn't generate any push and Johnson had no running lanes to find. You play him one more week and evaluate after this week if he plays poorly once again.

Nate Washington is questionable for their Week 2 game after taking a big hit against the Patriots.

Kendall Wright looked impressive during the preseason and has shown flashes of that game-breaking speed, while exhibiting good chemistry with starting quarterback Jake Locker.

Kenny Britt is expected back but the Titans' plan is to play Britt a maximum of 25 snaps this week.

Jared Cook is slowly becoming a formidable tight end option and his stock will only rise as Locker and Cook build a relationship.

Good starts: Chris Johnson, Jared Cook

Middle of the road: Kendall Wright, Kenny Britt

Bad starts: Nate Washington


Malcom FloydThe San Diego Chargers (1-0) were involved in what was easily the ugliest game of Week 1 against the Oakland Raiders.

Philip Rivers and the Chargers struggled offensively in Week 1. Rivers and the Chargers look to bounce back in Week 2 in what appears to be a favorable matchup.

Ryan Mathews is questionable for Week 2 and will likely not play. Ronnie Brown and Curtis Brinkley have to be options best overlooked.

Malcom Floyd led the Chargers in targets last week, a trend that will continue as long as he stays healthy.

Robert Meachem and Rivers connected on a deep ball early in the game but not much after. Another trend to expect often. Eddie Royal was not a factor and gets next to no targets. Once again a trend that will continue.

Antonio Gates was nicked up in Week 1 (ribs) but practiced on Friday and is expected to play.

Good starts: Philip Rivers, Antonio Gates, Malcom Floyd

Middle of the road: Robert Meachem, Ryan Mathews

Bad starts: Ronnie Brown, Curtis Brinkley, Eddie Royal


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