Fantasy football leagues really begin in week 2. Week 1 is fun because it's the first taste of fantasy football, but there is so little gamesmanship.
In week 1, most players are healthy and ready to go, leaving owners with very few roster decisions.
Week 2 is a little different. Some of those must-start players are nursing injuries now and others don't look like they'll be as big a part of the offense as you and other owners had hoped.
No longer will you be able to just leave your lineup alone and hope for the best.
If you lost in week 1, you have to look for little tweaks to make in your lineup. You can start by getting the following five players in your lineup.