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Michael Petropoulos

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Ezekiel Elliott (RB - DAL)
Mon, Aug 26
Player Note on Ezekiel Elliott (RB - DAL)
All about if he returns in time for the regular season.
Austin Hooper (TE - ATL)
Wed, Aug 21
Player Note on Austin Hooper (TE - ATL)
Nice increase year 1 to year 2 going from 49/526/3 to 71/660/4 but was another guy who was very inconsistent on a week to week basis. I expect more of the same with all the mouths to feed and don't see a huge jump in production coming.
Mohamed Sanu (WR - ATL)
Wed, Aug 21
Player Note on Mohamed Sanu (WR - ATL)
Sanu is a really solid receiver. He went 67/703/5 in 2017 and 66/838/4 last season. He was consistently average and he'll continue to be flex worthy in good matchups.
Calvin Ridley (WR - ATL)
Wed, Aug 21
Player Note on Calvin Ridley (WR - ATL)
Calvin Ridley had an awesome rookie season going 64/821/10, including the one game he absolutely torched the Saints for 146 yards and three TDs. The only problem is that he was an extremely volatile option. He ended within the top 20 overall WRs five times and outside the top 45 eight times. Hooper is expected to take another step up in the offense and Sanu will continue to be a thorn in the side for fantasy production. I just don't see how he makes a big jump, especially when he was so productive in the TD department.
Devonta Freeman (RB - ATL)
Wed, Aug 21
Player Note on Devonta Freeman (RB - ATL)
Freeman is a solid option at his current ADP but there is some risk, obviously, after he missed all of last season. Koetter has also not really been known for his running game. With that being said, Freeman is also only a year removed from 1180/8 total in 14 games in 2017. He should have a solid weekly floor.
Matt Ryan (QB - ATL)
Wed, Aug 21
Player Note on Matt Ryan (QB - ATL)
Matty Ice gets 13 of his games in a dome this season, where he has excelled in his career and is the best for fantasy purposes. He also gets a new OC, albeit he has worked with him before, but Ryan tends to struggle in his first season with a new offense before having a huge season his second year. He put up 4924/35 last season, 4095/20 the year before that, would not be surprised if he meets both those totals in the middle this season.
Jared Cook (TE - NO)
Wed, Aug 21
Player Note on Jared Cook (TE - NO)
Brees hasn't had a legit TE threat in a while, so it will be interesting to see the role Cook plays in this offense. I don't see him reaching the 896 yards he reached last year as Oakland's de facto WR1, but I can see him at least matching the 6 TDs. I do expect some overall regression despite the QB upgrade since he is no longer the #1 target, he is 32 years old and last season was his career best.
Kyle Rudolph (TE - MIN)
Wed, Aug 21
Player Note on Kyle Rudolph (TE - MIN)
Rudolph ended as a TE1 last season despite being very unspectacular . He had only four games in a full season in which he reached 50 receiving yards. A bit less productivity can also be expected with Irv Smith being drafted.
Adam Thielen (WR - MIN)
Wed, Aug 21
Player Note on Adam Thielen (WR - MIN)
Thielen has put up 1277 and 1373 yards the last two seasons, respectively. He also has 12 total TDs over that span, doubling his output from 4 to 8. He was fourth in the league in red zone receptions in 2018, so 8 TDs can certainly be reached again. Super safe pick.
Stefon Diggs (WR - MIN)
Wed, Aug 21
Player Note on Stefon Diggs (WR - MIN)
Diggs increased his yardage output from 849 to 1021 yards over the last two years which is awesome to see. He was also eighth in the league in red zone receptions. With that being said, he remains a volatile week to week player, and his opportunities may not be as plentiful with the Vikings looking to establish the run, highlighted by the addition of Gary Kubiak.
Ezekiel Elliott (RB - DAL)
Mon, Aug 26
Player Note on Ezekiel Elliott (RB - DAL)
All about if he returns in time for the regular season.
Austin Hooper (TE - ATL)
Wed, Aug 21
Player Note on Austin Hooper (TE - ATL)
Nice increase year 1 to year 2 going from 49/526/3 to 71/660/4 but was another guy who was very inconsistent on a week to week basis. I expect more of the same with all the mouths to feed and don't see a huge jump in production coming.
Mohamed Sanu (WR - ATL)
Wed, Aug 21
Player Note on Mohamed Sanu (WR - ATL)
Sanu is a really solid receiver. He went 67/703/5 in 2017 and 66/838/4 last season. He was consistently average and he'll continue to be flex worthy in good matchups.
Calvin Ridley (WR - ATL)
Wed, Aug 21
Player Note on Calvin Ridley (WR - ATL)
Calvin Ridley had an awesome rookie season going 64/821/10, including the one game he absolutely torched the Saints for 146 yards and three TDs. The only problem is that he was an extremely volatile option. He ended within the top 20 overall WRs five times and outside the top 45 eight times. Hooper is expected to take another step up in the offense and Sanu will continue to be a thorn in the side for fantasy production. I just don't see how he makes a big jump, especially when he was so productive in the TD department.
Devonta Freeman (RB - ATL)
Wed, Aug 21
Player Note on Devonta Freeman (RB - ATL)
Freeman is a solid option at his current ADP but there is some risk, obviously, after he missed all of last season. Koetter has also not really been known for his running game. With that being said, Freeman is also only a year removed from 1180/8 total in 14 games in 2017. He should have a solid weekly floor.
Matt Ryan (QB - ATL)
Wed, Aug 21
Player Note on Matt Ryan (QB - ATL)
Matty Ice gets 13 of his games in a dome this season, where he has excelled in his career and is the best for fantasy purposes. He also gets a new OC, albeit he has worked with him before, but Ryan tends to struggle in his first season with a new offense before having a huge season his second year. He put up 4924/35 last season, 4095/20 the year before that, would not be surprised if he meets both those totals in the middle this season.
Jared Cook (TE - NO)
Wed, Aug 21
Player Note on Jared Cook (TE - NO)
Brees hasn't had a legit TE threat in a while, so it will be interesting to see the role Cook plays in this offense. I don't see him reaching the 896 yards he reached last year as Oakland's de facto WR1, but I can see him at least matching the 6 TDs. I do expect some overall regression despite the QB upgrade since he is no longer the #1 target, he is 32 years old and last season was his career best.
Kyle Rudolph (TE - MIN)
Wed, Aug 21
Player Note on Kyle Rudolph (TE - MIN)
Rudolph ended as a TE1 last season despite being very unspectacular . He had only four games in a full season in which he reached 50 receiving yards. A bit less productivity can also be expected with Irv Smith being drafted.
Adam Thielen (WR - MIN)
Wed, Aug 21
Player Note on Adam Thielen (WR - MIN)
Thielen has put up 1277 and 1373 yards the last two seasons, respectively. He also has 12 total TDs over that span, doubling his output from 4 to 8. He was fourth in the league in red zone receptions in 2018, so 8 TDs can certainly be reached again. Super safe pick.
Stefon Diggs (WR - MIN)
Wed, Aug 21
Player Note on Stefon Diggs (WR - MIN)
Diggs increased his yardage output from 849 to 1021 yards over the last two years which is awesome to see. He was also eighth in the league in red zone receptions. With that being said, he remains a volatile week to week player, and his opportunities may not be as plentiful with the Vikings looking to establish the run, highlighted by the addition of Gary Kubiak.
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