Rankings: Help for filling the FLEX spot

<p class="canvas-atom canvas-text Mb(1.0em) Mb(0)–sm Mt(0.8em)–sm" type="text" content="Austin Ekeler touched the ball 20 times in Week 1, but he only caught one pass. Rookie back Joshua Kelley turned just 12 touches into 60 yards and a touchdown.» data-reactid=»16″>Austin Ekeler touched the ball 20 times in Week 1, but he only caught one pass. Rookie back Joshua Kelley turned just 12 touches into 60 yards and a touchdown.

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Is this a situation to monitor, or will Ekeler return to his dual-threat ways with bigger stat lines, starting in Week 2?

He’s a no-doubt starter, but not every lineup decision is that easy — especially when it comes to the FLEX position.

Check out our analysts’ FLEX rankings for Week 2:

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