Los Angeles Rams Week 2 Fantasy Football Results

Los Angeles Rams Week 2 Fantasy Football Results

Puka Nacua and Kyren Williams Shine Despite Loss to 49ers. In a hard-fought battle against the San Francisco 49ers, the Los Angeles Rams saw some notable fantasy performances despite a disappointing loss. Let’s break down how key Rams players fared in Week 3:

Puka Nacua (WR – LAR): 30 Fantasy Points

Puka Nacua was the standout fantasy performer for the Rams in this matchup. He accumulated an impressive 30 fantasy points, making the most of his opportunities. Nacua caught 15 passes for 147 yards and was targeted 20 times, showcasing his reliability in the passing game.

Kyren Williams (RB – LAR): 28 Fantasy Points

Kyren Williams had an excellent fantasy outing, totaling 28 points. He rushed for 52 yards on 14 carries, finding the end zone once. Williams also contributed in the passing game, catching 6 passes for 48 yards and another touchdown. His dual-threat ability has made him a valuable asset for fantasy managers.

Matthew Stafford (QB – LAR): 16 Fantasy Points

Quarterback Matthew Stafford posted 16 fantasy points in this game. While he had a modest outing in terms of touchdown passes, throwing for one, and accumulating 307 passing yards, Stafford remains a reliable fantasy option as a QB 2 in your leagues. He did unfortunately throw two interceptions, but overall had a solid outing.

Tutu Atwell (WR – LAR): 15 Fantasy Points

Tutu Atwell made his presence felt with 15 fantasy points. He caught 7 passes for 77 yards on 9 targets, showcasing his big-play potential. Atwell’s speed and ability to stretch the field continue to make him an intriguing fantasy option, as of right now, I’d consider him as a flex.

Brett Maher (K – LAR): 13 Fantasy Points

Kicker Brett Maher contributed 13 fantasy points, providing consistent scoring opportunities for the Rams. He was reliable on field goals and extra points, making him a valuable fantasy asset in leagues that reward kickers.

Tyler Higbee (TE – LAR): 4 Fantasy Points

Tyler Higbee had a quiet fantasy performance, posting 4 points. While he caught 3 passes for 12 yards on 7 targets, Higbee didn’t find the end zone in this contest. Fantasy managers may need to monitor his involvement in future matchups. Moving forward, he’s a streaming tight end at best.

Despite the loss to the 49ers, several Rams players delivered strong fantasy performances. Puka Nacua and Kyren Williams emerged as key contributors, showcasing their versatility and playmaking abilities. Matthew Stafford continued to provide steady production at the quarterback position.

Looking ahead, fantasy managers should keep an eye on these players as the main target in the Rams offense, Cooper Kupp, returns. Kupp was expected back around week 4/5, so it’s an interesting situation to monitor how the target share works out.