Joique Bell – “I’d like to throw a shout-out to the big homie Reggie Bush for donating to the Joique Bell touchdown club.” Bell wasted no time embarking on his Mike Tolbert-esque role from a couple years ago, as he vultured 2 Goal line TDs away from Bush. It appears the Lions are set to roll out Bell in goal line sets, leaving Mikel LeShoure empty-handed. Don’t forget the Lions chuck it more than just about anybody in the NFL, as Bell added 5 receptions for 67 yards in his impressive Week 1 performance.
Jonathan Dwyer – In 12+ team leagues, Dwyer’s actually not a bad pickup this week. Just over a week ago, the Steelers pulled the plug on Dwyer, as he made his rounds to the Giants and Patriots camps for tryouts. After losing LaRod Stephens-Howling for the season to a torn ACL (and Maurkice Pouncey), the Steelers wasted no time in bringing Dwyer back. With Issac Redman totaling a meager 16 yards on 10 touches, look for Dwyer to get a crack at the workload until Le’Veon Bell returns from injury. With the Steelers o-line in shambles, don’t expect more than a low-end flex play, as Dwyer is owned in just 10% of leagues.