Below are 32 notes covering each of the league's 32 teams. Use these tidbits to make the best waiver-wire, trade and lineup decisions and come up with a win in Week 2. Be sure to check back each week of the season for a new version of the Fantasy 32.
1. Percy Harvin shined in Seattle's opening night win against Green Bay, but his relatively low snap total (40) has many concerned about his fantasy upside. Don't fret. Harvin was on the field for 23 of the team's 31 first-half snaps. With the game well in hand, he sat out on all but nine of the final 25 plays. Involved as both a receiver and rusher, Harvin will approach 10 touches every week. He's a solid WR2 option in PPR.
2. Following a zero-target performance in Green Bay's opener, Jarrett Boykin is going to end up on a lot of waiver wires this week. It's your best chance to buy low. Boykin ran 34 routes in the game, which was only seven behind Jordy Nelson and Randall Cobb. Boykin's issue was that he was lined up opposite Richard Sherman on all but two of his snaps. This was a strategic plan by Green Bay to position its third-best wideout opposite Sherman and ignore that side of the field. The Packers paced the NFL in usage of the "11" personnel package -- three wide receivers, one running back and one tight end -- during the 2014 preseason and were third in the category last season. Assuming he holds off second-round rookie Davante Adams, Boykin will produce WR4 numbers -- at least.