This means Case Keenum gets the start, and the exciting Vikings passing attack starring Stefon Diggs and Adam Thielen gets a big downgrade. Among quarterbacks with at least 20 starts since 2013, Keenum ranks 34th in completion percentage (58.5), 31st in passing yards per game (216.3) and has a 24-20 TD-INT ratio, which ranks 33rd. Dalvin Cook could see some more work as a result, but the Steelers could also load the box and force Keenum to beat them deep. This is a mini fantasy disaster, and with such short notice there's not much more info I can offer. I'd err on the side of caution, though. If you need a replacement for Bradford, check the waiver-wire for Carson Palmer, Carson Wentz, or Trevor Siemian. All have decent matchups and are unowned in plenty of NFL.com leagues.
This was reported on Friday, but in case you missed it the speedy Cardinals wideout will not suit up against the Colts. Brown saw nine targets last week, so this could open up more opportunities for J.J. Nelson if you're feeling frisky (or desperate) in a deeper league. Or Larry Fitzgerald will see 25 million targets. We'll see.
Other fantasy-relevant players OUT for Week 2: