Kyle Yates’ Way-Too-Early 2020 Fantasy Football Rankings
Congratulations to the Kansas City Chiefs and Andy Reid for an amazing 2019 season, which culminated in the raising of The Lombardi Trophy Sunday evening.
As Coach Reid ventures into new territory as a Super Bowl-winning head coach, I find myself venturing into new terrain, as well. This is my first-ever article as a full-time Fantasy Analyst here with FantasyPros! As I join the team, I will be stepping in alongside Mike Tagliere, Bobby Sylvester, and Dan Harris as we aim to provide you with the best fantasy football advice year-round. I’m equally humbled and ecstatic to work with an amazing team here.
For those who are unfamiliar with my work, I’ve spent the last nine months as a part of the writing team over at The Fantasy Footballers. I’ve primarily covered fantasy football from a Dynasty perspective and I will be bringing that expertise here to the FantasyPros team. While Dynasty is my specialization within the world of fantasy football, I’ve also spent time covering in-season content along with the NFL Draft and will continue to do so in a full-time capacity here.
With all that being said, it’s time to close the book on the 2019 NFL season and look forward now to 2020. And what better way to start than by looking at my way-too-early 2020 fantasy rankings?