Fantasy Football Matchup Analyzer: Week 2 Ks
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Fantasy Football Matchup Analyzer: Week 2

This tool is not meant to be a replacement for our weekly player rankings, although matchups are taken into consideration for those as well. You shouldn't bench a stud player who has a difficult matchup or automatically start a fantasy backup who has an easy matchup. It's meant to be a helpful tool when deciding between two closely ranked players. The matchups are graded on how many fantasy points the opposing team surrendered to this position on average.

Week:

Easiest Matchups

  1. Houston vs. Tennessee (allows 9.6 points per game to Ks)
    PK1 Randy Bullock
  2. Miami at Indianapolis (allows 9.5 points per game to Ks)
    PK1 Caleb Sturgis
  3. San Francisco at Seattle (allows 9.3 points per game to Ks)
    PK1 Phil Dawson
  4. Philadelphia vs. San Diego (allows 8.9 points per game to Ks)
    PK1 Alex Henery
  5. Carolina at Buffalo (allows 8.9 points per game to Ks)
    PK1 Graham Gano
  6. Buffalo vs. Carolina (allows 8.9 points per game to Ks)
    PK1 Dan Carpenter
  7. San Diego at Philadelphia (allows 8.7 points per game to Ks)
    PK1 Nick Novak
  8. New Orleans at Tampa Bay (allows 8.6 points per game to Ks)
    PK1 Derek Dimke
  9. Minnesota at Chicago (allows 8.4 points per game to Ks)
    PK1 Blair Walsh
  10. Baltimore vs. Cleveland (allows 8.3 points per game to Ks)
    PK1 Justin Tucker

Toughest Matchups

  1. Green Bay vs. Washington (allows 5.9 points per game to Ks)
    PK1 Mason Crosby
  2. Atlanta vs. St. Louis (allows 5.9 points per game to Ks)
    PK1 Matt Bryant
  3. Tennessee at Houston (allows 6.0 points per game to Ks)
  4. Dallas at Kansas City (allows 6.2 points per game to Ks)
    PK1 Dan Bailey
  5. Detroit at Arizona (allows 6.2 points per game to Ks)
    PK1 David Akers
  6. Arizona vs. Detroit (allows 6.3 points per game to Ks)
    PK1 Jay Feely
  7. Jacksonville at Oakland (allows 6.3 points per game to Ks)
    PK1 Josh Scobee
  8. Cincinnati vs. Pittsburgh (allows 6.4 points per game to Ks)
    PK1 Mike Nugent
  9. New York Giants vs. Denver (allows 6.4 points per game to Ks)
    PK2 Josh Brown
  10. Indianapolis vs. Miami (allows 6.8 points per game to Ks)
    PK1 Adam Vinatieri
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