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Week 2's biggest fantasy football questions: 32 NFL reporters give advice

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Are Jacobs' fantasy numbers sustainable? (1:39)

Mike Clay discusses Josh Jacobs' big debut while Field Yates expresses concern about the Raiders' offensive line opening up holes for him. (1:39)

NFL Nation answers the biggest fantasy questions -- provided by ESPN fantasy football analyst Mike Clay -- across the league for Week 2.

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Buffalo Bills

Will Devin Singletary continue to dominate the backfield snaps?

Sean McDermott told reporters Frank Gore is still the Bills' "No. 1 running back," but that was the case last week when Singletary not only got the start but got 45 snaps to Gore's 19. McDermott doesn't want to tip his hand, but Singletary is the Bills back to own in fantasy. -- Marcel Louis-Jacques


Miami Dolphins

Can we expect a better week from Kenyan Drake after a disastrous Week 1?

Better than six touches for 27 yards? Yes. Good enough for you to feel comfortable starting him? Nope. In fact, I wouldn't feel comfortable starting a single Dolphins player until they show more offensive progress. Drake's playmaking and receiving ability will continue to give him at least half of the workload, and he traditionally has had success against the Patriots. You're betting on his touchdown and big-play upside here. -- Cameron Wolfe


New England Patriots

Do you believe Rex Burkhead will continue to play nearly half of the offensive snaps?