Football season is back, and so is daily fantasy.

Every week, we’ll be breaking down each position, giving you the information you’ll need to select the best daily fantasy team you can on Sunday.

Today, it’s the wide receivers (all prices courtesy of DraftKings):

DraftKings’ Top-10 Wide Receivers for Week 2:

  1. Antonio Brown ($9,900)
  2. Odell Beckham Jr. ($9,500)
  3. Julio Jones ($9,200)
  4. A.J. Green ($8,900)
  5. DeAndre Hopkins ($8,700)
  6. Dez Bryant ($8,400)
  7. Brandin Cooks ($8,000)
  8. Allen Robinson ($7,800)
  9. Amari Cooper ($7,600)
  10. Jordy Nelson ($7,500)

Best Value: Odell Beckham Jr. ($9,500)

Here’s a hint: Start everyone that’s playing against the New Orleans Saints. It’s full proof.

I don’t care that ODB is the second most-expensive wideout of the week. He’s worth it.

Not only do the Saints have one of the worst defenses, one of the worst secondaries, in the NFL, but their offense is pretty darn good, too, and in fantasy, that’s the perfect combination. Going up against a defense as miserable as the Saints isn’t always a good thing. Yes, maybe you’ll jump off to a hot start, but by the time you reach halftime, there’s a solid chance you’ve pulled your foot off the gas pedal. With the Saints, though, that won’t happen, because they’ll be matching you punch for punch.

The Saints are going to play in shootouts all season long, and that means fantasy gold. If you have the budget, find a way to get ODB on your team.

Most Overpriced: T.Y. Hilton ($7,000)

What can I say? It’s the Denver Broncos defense.

T.Y. Hilton is a heck of a wide receiver, and Andrew Luck is an even better quarterback, but it’s not easy going up against the No Fly Zone. Even if Luck’s able to get the ball off before Von Miller and DeMarcus Ware eat him alive, Chris Harris Jr. and Aqib Talib are going to be feasting on the other end of each one of those passes.

Last week, Cam Newton had a bit of luck targeting Kelvin Benjamin in the first half, but don’t let that get you thinking Hilton can do the same. For one, Denver locked down in the final half, and two, Benjamin is simply a behemoth of a human being, which Hilton is not.

He’ll get his touches, but Hilton’s not going to be putting up monster numbers on Sunday.

Injury Corner: Demaryius Thomas ($6,400)

The Colts are the AFC’s version of the New Orleans Saints, which means that you should be very excited about Demaryius Thomas and Emmanuel Sanders.

Unfortunately, we’re not exactly sure what DT’s status is for the game on Sunday.

While reports are that he should be returning to practice on Wednesday, his hip clearly isn’t 100 percent, and until we see him on the field, there’s no way of knowing just how hindered he is. Keep an eye on the injury report for the next few days to see if there’s any clarity.

Broncos Spotlight: Emmanuel Sanders ($6,000)

Everything I said with DT applies to Sanders, except Sanders is healthy and likely to face the Colts’ No. 2 cornerback.

While there’s probably a cap on both DT and Sanders’ ceiling with Trevor Siemian at quarterback, the two should be capable of breaking out against a defense like this.

And at a price of $6,000, he’s a bargain Week 2

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