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Week 2’s biggest fantasy football questions – 32 NFL reporters give advice
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The NFL returned with somewhat less than its usual fanfare, because very few fans were allowed to attend. Still, it was just nice to see toe meet leather again. Fantasy managers scrambled to draft teams, throw together lineups and immerse themselves in the game they love.

There were some spectacular Week 1 performances (see Rodgers, Aaron and Hopkins, DeAndre) and some significant injuries.

NFL Nation answers the biggest fantasy questions — provided by ESPN fantasy football analyst Mike Clay — across the league for Week 2.

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Buffalo Bills

Do you expect the Bills to continue with the pass-heavy offense we saw in Week 1?

When the game plan calls for it, yes. The Jets have one of the worst secondaries in the league, and for the first time in the Sean McDermott era, the Bills had the offensive weapons to take advantage of the matchup. They invested a lot of capital in their passing game this offseason, but they also spent consecutive third-round picks on running backs the past two years — so they won’t be forgetting their ground game anytime soon. — Marcel Louis-Jacques



Miami Dolphins

Should we expect Myles Gaskin to continue leading the Miami backfield?

Not quite. Gaskin’s Week 1 workload was a surprise, but I’m expecting Jordan Howard and Matt Breida to both get increased roles starting in Week 2. Gaskin has earned a role, and if he continues to be the most productive back for a couple of more weeks then my answer could change, but for now look for the Dolphins to have a committee backfield, with Howard and Breida getting more love. — Cameron Wolfe



New England Patriots

Can we count on consistent production from any pass-catchers beside Julian Edelman in this new run-heavy offense?

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