Well, well, well. It never fails that surefire plays are going to backfire in a spectacular fashion and this week failed to disappoint...sadly.
Sometimes it's because a team falls behind and abandons the run game and others it's because a wide receiver might have picked up a sponsorship from Nestle and had too many pregame Butterfingers.
Then there's the case of quarterbacks who get "hangry" for some Snickers and perform like the 2016 Jared Goff and not the 2017 version.
Without further adieu, here's a look at this week's biggest disappointments using ESPN's standard PPR scoring.
QB -- Despite missing almost a full quarter, Cleveland quarterback DeShone Kizer gets this one hands down after putting up just 1.9 points after completing 15-of-31 passes for 182 yards and 3 interceptions in a 24-10 loss to the Ravens. He also lost a fumble, committing an unforgivable four turnovers in the game.
RB -- Is there any doubt that this week's bust is going to be anyone other than Ezekiel Elliott? He ran for fewer yards than Tom Brady and seemingly quit on his team on several occasions -- including during one of Dak Prescott's interceptions. Elliott finished with a career-worst eight yards on nine carries and had just 6.2 points -- mainly because he had four catches for 14 yards.
WR -- Brandin Cooks was making his return to New Orleans after being traded to the Patriots in the off season. With Brady having one of his top-10 passing days in his career, to call Cooks' two catches for 37 yards and 6.3 fantasy points a disappointment, would be an epic understatement. Through two weeks, Cooks has as many catches as running back Rex Burkhead. Many expected Cooks to increase his production in the wake of Julian Edelman's torn ACL and it just has not happened yet.
TE -- Dating back to the final five weeks of the 2016 season, Charles Clay of the Bills had been targeted on a team-high 29.9 percent of passes. That production equates to over 70 catches in a full season and the Panthers have allowed 11.3 yards per catch to tight ends since 2016. Instead, Clay finished with just three catches for 23 yards and a paltry five fantasy points.
D/ST -- Surprisingly enough, while this could be a tie between the Saints and Patriots as both squads have posted negative point totals in both weeks this year, it's the Jaguars defense taking the "honors" this week. After posting 10 sacks and four takeaways last week against the Texans for 29 points, the Jaguars allowed 37 points to the Titans and had just one takeaway (a Marcus Mariota INT) and had just one sack. Expecting them to sustain their success from the Texans game was unreasonable, but a negative point total for the week should not have happened either.