Week 2 was a strange one in the fantasy football world. Plenty of high-profile quarterbacks (Russell Wilson, Eli Manning, Drew Brees, Matthew Stafford) struggled to scores points, while players like Matt Ryan (whom we've kind of written off after a turnover-plagued 2015) and Philip Rivers (once again missing Keenan Allen) went off.
With lots of unexpected results, it may be tempting to reshuffle your fantasy lineup, but patient owners should wait until at least the bye weeks start before making big changes at their quarterback position. But if you plan on going the streaming route (or were one of the unlucky ones who started Josh McCown), here are five waiver wire options, owned in 50 percent or less in Yahoo! standard leagues.
Dak Prescott, Dallas Cowboys (45 percent)
Two games in and Prescott continues to look like he belongs on an NFL field. The fourth-round rookie was solidly efficient against Washington, throwing for 292 yards on 22-of-30 passing and rushing for a touchdown, all while avoiding turnovers. Prescott isn't filling up the stat sheet, but fantasy owners in two-QB leagues should give him strong consideration when the Cowboys play the Chicago Bears next week.
Ryan Fitzpatrick, New York Jets (41 percent)
Will Fitzpatrick throw for 374 yards every week? Probably not, but he's surrounded by the best weapons of his career. Brandon Marshall, Eric Decker and Matt Forte are still at the top of their games, while even Quincy Enunwa looks like a solid No. 3 receiver. Fitzpatrick will be on the QB2 map this week against the Kansas City Chiefs.
Joe Flacco, Baltimore Ravens (29 percent)
Despite two poor interceptions, Flacco had another strong stat line in Week 2, putting up 302 yards and two touchdowns, both of which went to Mike Wallace. The Ravens have been a pass-heavy offense, which should keep Flacco's fantasy floor relatively high. He has QB1 upside this week against a Jacksonville Jaguars defense that got roasted by Philip Rivers.
Brock Osweiler, Houston Texans (28 percent)
Osweiler was far from perfect against the Chiefs, throwing two interceptions, but he also kept the offense moving and piled up 268 yards on 19-of-33 passing. With DeAndre Hopkins and Will Fuller already emerging as one of the league's best wideout duos, Osweiler is going to have QB1 production more often than not. He'll be rightfully faded with the Texans playing on Thursday night this week, but Osweiler has shown enough to be rostered in 12-team leagues.
Sam Bradford, Minnesota Vikings (8 percent)
Not a bad season debut for Bradford. After being traded from the Philadelphia Eagles and getting two weeks to cram the playbook, Bradford racked up 286 yards and two touchdowns on 22-of-31 passing in a surprising win over the Green Bay Packers on Sunday night. Bradford isn't consistent enough to be an every-week fantasy starter -- this is still Sam Bradford, after all -- but if you're desperate for a streaming option he's worth a look against the Carolina Panthers next week.