Week 2 recap: What should fantasy managers do after David Johnson's slow start?

David Johnson's sluggish start on a Cardinals team that's scored six points in two games is very concerning. Kevin French/Icon Sportswire

It was reasonable for those fantasy managers who selected Buffalo Bills running back LeSean McCoy to leave Week 1 concerned about his statistical prospects for the season considering the ghastly state of his team. As the theory goes, if the Bills are going to give up gobs of points quickly every week and force a raw quarterback to play from behind, it rarely bodes well for the team's star running back. In addition, McCoy has played in the league for a while and handled a large workload along the way, creating significant angst among those who chose him.

OK, so what does that mean for David Johnson?