The fantasy players who bounced back in Week 2

Adrian Peterson's success running the ball on Sunday helped the effectiveness of Minnesota's passing game, too. Bruce Kluckhohn/USA TODAY Sports

If you own any of the fantasy players below, you likely were none too pleased after Week 1, when high draft picks returned lackluster fantasy production. Let's take a look at who had a bounce-back effort in Week 2 -- and who still left fantasy owners wanting more.

Who bounced back

Adrian Peterson: After Peterson got just 10 carries in Week 1 against the San Francisco 49ers, Vikings offensive coordinator Norv Turner gave his RB the rock 13 times in the first quarter. That, according to ESPN Stats & Information, tied Peterson's career high in any quarter of any game. Peterson converted his increased touches into 16 fantasy points in standard leagues -- and it could've been an even better day. He got stuffed on a third-and-goal from the 1 in the second quarter, and coughed up a red zone fumble later in the game.

Calvin Johnson: Amazingly, Megatron was targeted just four times in Week 1. QB Matthew Stafford rectified that against the Vikings, throwing Johnson the ball a game-high 17 times. Megatron scored his first TD of the season on a beautiful sideline grab. He finished the game with 14 fantasy points, living up to his WR1 reputation.

Odell Beckham Jr.: In what was supposed to be a favorable matchup against the Cowboys, Beckham managed just five catches for 44 yards in Week 1. So there was some doubt as to whether Beckham would be able to take advantage of the Falcons' fantasy-friendly defense on Sunday. That proved to be folly, as Beckham got back to his big-play ways, ripping off a 67-yard touchdown on his way to a monster fantasy day (20 points).

A.J. Green: In Week 1, Green received a ton of attention from the Raiders' secondary. He still managed five catches on 63 yards, but it was far from the WR1 output owners expected. Thanks to a beautiful toe-tap catch in the back of the end zone on Sunday, Green reached double digit fantasy points for the first time this season.

Allen Robinson: The Jaguars wide receiver got a ton of hype this offseason, and proceeded to have just one catch for 27 yards in Week 1. Robinson punished owners who benched him on Sunday, exploding for 27 fantasy points (6 catches, 155 yards, 2 TDs). It was easily the best fantasy day of Robinson's young career; his next-best point total was 14 in Week 8 last season.

Who continued to disappoint

Drew Brees: The Saints QB lit up the Cardinals in Week 1 for 355 yards, but ranked 11th among QBs in fantasy points because he threw for just 1 TD. It didn't get much better on Sunday in what was supposed to be a favorable matchup against a Tampa Bay defense that allowed Marcus Mariota to throw for 4 TDs last week. Brees totaled 12 fantasy points as the Saints lost at home to the Bucs.

DeMarco Murray: The Eagles RB was saved in Week 1 by two touchdowns, but he managed just 20 total yards on 12 touches, a concerning showing for owners who drafted him 12th overall on average. It didn't get much better for Murray on Sunday, as he couldn't find any room to run behind the Eagles' struggling offensive line (13 carries, two rushing yards). Fifty-three yards receiving saved him from getting blanked, but Murray's five fantasy points were still his lowest output since Dec. 29, 2013.