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Noah Gray is projected to catch 11.1 receptions for 106 yards and 1.0 touchdowns. As the consensus TE82, Gray is not someone you want to start in fantasy. Gray will be playing behind Travis Kelce at TE in Kansas City.

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Blake Bell is projected to catch just 9.8 receptions for 92 yards and 0.8 touchdowns. As our #83 TE, Bell is not someone you want to start in fantasy. Bell will struggle for touches with Travis Kelce and Noah Gray ahead of him.

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Joe Flacco will be watching from the bench as Zach Wilson starts in New York. Without a starting job, he's not really worth drafting.Flacco is expected to earn 6% of his projected 13 fantasy points by rushing. With a projection of 0.9 interceptions compared to 1.4 passing touchdowns, he comes with some significant interception risk each week.

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As the consensus #324 overall player, Tyler Badie is a reasonable pick at his ADP of 258. At a projected workload of 1.3 carries and 0.1 receptions per game, Badie is safe to leave on the waiver wire. He's behind both J.K. Dobbins and Gus Edwards on the running back chart for the Ravens. Baltimore has the 9th-best running back schedule.

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Mike White is not the starting QB in New York. That means he doesn't have much value in most fantasy leagues. White is projected to earn 0.1 of his 5 fantasy points by rushing. Running the ball just isn't a significant part of his gameplan. With a projection of 0.5 interceptions compared to 0.5 passing touchdowns, White carries more interception risk than is entirely comforatable.

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Shi Smith is the WR6 on the Panthers. At #177 in our WR rankings, he won't be worth owning in most fantasy leagues. He's projected for 41 yards and 0.2 TDs on 3.3 receptions, which is 1.6% of the total for Panthers WRs. Carolina has the 14th-best schedule for wide receivers.

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Josh Jacobs isn't a great value at his ADP of 40, with an ECR of 57. Consider drafting Elijah Mitchell (ADP 49, ECR 43) or J.K. Dobbins (ADP 52, ECR 47) instead. Projected to carry the ball 13.9 times and catch 2.4 passes per game, Jacobs is one of the few running backs with a workload you can feel good about. He's the top dog among running backs in Las Vegas, with Zamir White and Kenyan Drake behind him. Las Vegas has the 20th-best schedule for running backs.

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With a projection of 0.6 carries and 0.0 catches per game, Jaylen Warren is not worth spending a draft pick on. He has some competition on Pittsburgh's depth chart, where he trails both Najee Harris and Benny Snell Jr.

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Gabriel Davis is the #2 wide receiver on the Bills, trailing Stefon Diggs. Ranked #23 in our consensus wide receiver rankings, he's an every week starter. He's projected for 954 yards and 8.4 TDs on 61.2 receptions, which is 24.5% of the workload for Bills WRs. The Bills have the 7th-best wide receiver schedule. Drafting Davis is an easy choice at his ADP of 72, compared to an ECR of 55.

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As the consensus #221 overall player, Wan'Dale Robinson is a reasonable pick at his ADP of 210. Robinson is the #3 wide receiver on the Giants, behind Kadarius Toney and Kenny Golladay. Ranked #81 in our consensus wide receiver rankings, he's probably best left for the waiver wire. Robinson is projected to catch 36.2 receptions for 412 yards and 2.1 TDs, which is 14.3% of the total for WRs on the Giants. The Giants have the 2nd-best wide receiver schedule.

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Picking Sterling Shepard at his ADP of 289 should be an easy decision, compared to an ECR of 229. Shepard is not a focus of the the Giants' offense as their WR4. At #84 in our WR rankings, he's not worth a draft pick in most leagues. Shepard is projected for 555 yards and 2.9 TDs on 53.9 receptions, for 21.3% of the total for Giants WRs. The Giants have the 2nd-best schedule for wide receivers.

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Wilson is the WR3 for the Dolphins, behind Tyreek Hill and Jaylen Waddle. Ranked #98 in our consensus wide receiver rankings, he's probably best left for the waiver wire. He's projected for 459 yards and 3.1 TDs on 38.3 receptions, for 14.5% of the workload for Dolphins WRs. Miami has the 3rd-worst wide receiver schedule.

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As our consensus #16 QB, Justin Fields is one of several players with a chance at finishing as a top-12 QB. Fields is projected to earn 81.4 of his 270 fantasy points by rushing. That represents a significant rushing floor that makes it a little easier to feel confident starting him week-over-week. With a projection of 14.5 interceptions compared to 18.6 passing touchdowns, he comes with some significant interceptino risk.

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As our consensus #17 QB, Tua Tagovailoa isn't really relevant in 1QB leagues. In 2QB and superflex leagues, he's a fine choice for your second quarterback. Tagovailoa is projected to earn 37.2 of his 280 fantasy points by rushing. While that's a nice bonus, it's not a major source of his fantasy value. Projected for 13.2 interceptions compared to 25.4 passing TDs, Tagovailoa doesn't carry much interception risk.

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Nick Chubb is worth drafting at his ADP of 15 as the consensus #8 overall player. With 15.4 projected rushes and 1.6 projected catches per games, Chubb is one of the few running backs with a workload you can feel good about. He's the top dog among running backs on the Browns, with Kareem Hunt and D'Ernest Johnson behind him. Cleveland has the 10th-best schedule for RBs.

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The market has Chris Godwin correctly valued at an ADP of 54, compared to an overall ECR of 66. Godwin is the WR2 for the Buccaneers, behind Mike Evans. At #29 in our WR rankings, he's an every week starter. Godwin is projected for 936 yards and 6.3 TDs on 80.7 receptions, which is 26.9% of the workload for Buccaneers WRs. The Buccaneers have the 10th-best wide receiver schedule.

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Elijah Moore is correctly valued at his ADP of 76 as the consensus #67 overall player. Moore is the top target on the Jets, ahead of Garrett Wilson and Corey Davis. As the consensus #30 WR, he will be startable as a WR3 or Flex most weeks. Moore is projected for 904 yards and 5.8 TDs on 70.0 receptions, which is 32.4% of the total for WRs on the Jets. New York has the 2nd-worst schedule for WRs.

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Jakobi Meyers is the #1 receiver on the Patriots, ahead of DeVante Parker and Kendrick Bourne. Ranked #54 in our consensus wide receiver rankings, he won't usually be a fantasy starter. He's projected for 819 yards and 3.8 TDs on 72.6 receptions, for 32.4% of the total for Patriots WRs. New England has the 20th-best wide receiver schedule. Meyers is correctly valued at his ADP of 131 as the consensus #134 overall player.

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Devante Parker is worth drafting at his ADP of 146 as the consensus #139 overall player. Parker is the #2 wide receiver on the Patriots, behind Jakobi Meyers. At #57 in our WR rankings, he will ride the fantasy bench most weeks. He's projected for 754 yards and 4.7 TDs on 56.4 receptions, for 25.1% of the total for WRs on the Patriots. The Patriots have the 20th-best wide receiver schedule.

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Mccloud is not a focus of the the 49ers' offense as their WR5. Ranked #168 in our consensus wide receiver rankings, he's not really fantasy-relevant. He's projected to catch 12.4 receptions for 140 yards and 0.8 TDs, which is 6.5% of the total for WRs on the 49ers. San Francisco has the 17th-best schedule for wide receivers.

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