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Fantasy Football Player Notes

2020 Draft Rankings
Christian McCaffrey Note
Christian McCaffrey photo 1. Christian McCaffrey RB - CAR (vs . NO)
You can try to make the argument that McCaffrey shouldn't go No. 1 overall this year, but you'd lose the argument. Outside of saying, "running backs don't repeat as the top option," there's nothing that should suggest McCaffrey won't. He's not just a running back. He's a wide receiver. He scored 182.5 half-PPR points through the air alone, which would've been the No. 20 wide receiver in fantasy last year, ahead of Stefon Diggs. Even if McCaffrey simply stopped playing football in Week 12, he would've finished as the No. 1 running back by a massive 22.1 PPR points. The new offense and improved quarterback play shouldn't hurt at all.
4 weeks ago
Saquon Barkley Note
Saquon Barkley photo 2. Saquon Barkley RB - NYG (vs . DAL)
After an extremely impressive rookie season, Barkley came back down to earth a bit in 2019, though 4.6 yards per carry behind that Giants offensive line is nothing to scoff at. Playing through injury was a clear net-negative to his overall numbers, and something he hopefully learned from. The biggest difference was breakaway runs of 15-plus yards, as Barkley rattled off 20 of them in his rookie season, but just nine of them in his sophomore season. With all the weapons in this offense, you have to wonder just how many targets Barkley will get, but trust me, the Giants are building their offense around him and not anyone else. If Daniel Jones can take a step forward in year two, it'll help open lanes for Barkley. It also doesn't hurt that they dramatically improved the offensive line this offseason.
4 weeks ago
Michael Thomas Note
Michael Thomas photo 3. Michael Thomas WR - NO (at CAR)
You know what the craziest thing about Thomas' 2019 season was? Among the top 40 single-game performances throughout the season, he had just one of them, yet he still finished as the No. 1 fantasy receiver by a massive 67.0 half-PPR points. You can argue that another receiver may finish No. 1, but you can't find a safer receiver atop of drafts.
4 weeks ago
Ezekiel Elliott Note
Ezekiel Elliott photo 4. Ezekiel Elliott RB - DAL (at NYG)
There's only one running back over the last five years who's finished top-six three times, and that's Elliott. Oddly enough, he's never finished as No. 1 though. The Cowboys passing offense just got better with the addition of CeeDee Lamb, and while that may put a cap on Elliott's targets in the passing game, he should be free to rock against seven-man fronts. He saw eight-plus defenders in the box 19.3 percent of the time last year, a number that may dip down into the single digits, provided the Cowboys go three-wide more often than not. Stop trying to find "the next big thing," because Elliott has proven time and time again that he's among the safest picks at the top of the draft. He's posted RB2 or better numbers in 92.9 percent of his career games, which is better than any running back I've ever charted. In fact, the closest is Le'Veon Bell, who's hit that mark 87.0 percent of the time.
4 weeks ago
Dalvin Cook Note
Dalvin Cook photo 5. Dalvin Cook RB - MIN (at DET)
It turns out Gary Kubiak is very good for a run-game. Cook took his game to another level in 2019, finishing as the No. 5 running back despite missing two games. Not only did he total 18-plus carries in eight games, but he also ranked third in yards per route run among running backs. With Stefon Diggs gone, we could see him highlighted even more in the passing game, though Justin Jefferson will eat some of them. Cook also led the league with 21 carries inside the five-yard-line. Health has always been a question mark with Cook, but when healthy, he's easily a top-10 back.
4 weeks ago
Derrick Henry Note
Derrick Henry photo 6. Derrick Henry RB - TEN (at HOU)
Yes, Derrick Henry finished with 1,540 yards and 16 touchdowns last year en route to a No. 3 finish. Yes, he was dominant in the playoffs. We still can't forget that he was the No. 14 running back in points per game before Week 10 last year, behind David Johnson and Mark Ingram. Should we automatically assume Henry picks up where he left off in 2019? My issue with Henry is that he's not involved in the passing-game, which lowers his weekly floor. That alone will allow us to choose someone like Alvin Kamara over him. Henry is best-suited as a second-round pick rather than one in the first round.
4 weeks ago
Alvin Kamara Note
Alvin Kamara photo 7. Alvin Kamara RB - NO (at CAR)
There's just one running back who's had a higher "boom" percentage (25-plus PPR points) than Kamara over the course of their careers, and that's Christian McCaffrey. Kamara has now topped 25 PPR points in 14 of his 45 career games, which is quite ridiculous. His 2019 season was easily his worst to date, though he still finished as the RB12 despite missing two games. The Saints offense continues to groove, and though Drew Brees is still playing great football, his arm strength is declining, which could lead to more targets than every for Kamara, who's averaged 6.7 targets per game over the first three years in a Saints uniform. Provided he doesn't get hurt, Kamara is a near-lock to finish as a top-six running back.
4 weeks ago
Tyreek Hill Note
Tyreek Hill photo 8. Tyreek Hill WR - KC (vs . LAC)
Tyreek Hill has been a very good fantasy asset to have over the last three years. However, he's not someone you want to trust with consistency. For instance, he's posted WR2 or better numbers in just 21-of-43 games over that time. Those numbers pale in comparison to guys like Thomas, Adams, Jones, and Hopkins.
4 weeks ago
Joe Mixon Note
Joe Mixon photo 9. Joe Mixon RB - CIN (vs . BAL)
It's one thing to project a breakout for a player due to an increase in opportunity. It's another thing to project a breakout due to an increase in offensive production. Mixon got the opportunity last year under Zac Taylor, as he totaled 18-plus touches on 10 different occasions. But he'll need the offense to take a step forward in 2020 if he wants to ascend into stardom, as he's been an RB2 or better in just 57 percent of his games over the last two years. You must pay attention to his contract status as you approach drafts because Mixon has stated he'll hold out without an extension. This is a real thing with running backs, as they're trying to preserve their health while cashing in on a second contract. Stay tuned.
4 weeks ago
Davante Adams Note
Davante Adams photo 10. Davante Adams WR - GB (at CHI)
I'm convinced that because Adams missed part of the 2019 season, many don't realize just how consistent he's been over the last few years. He's played 27 games over the last two years, and he's scored 16-plus PPR points in 23 of them. The Packers didn't add a wide receiver in the draft, so it's not likely his massive target-share is going away. He's the only other receiver who should be considered close to Michael Thomas in drafts.
4 weeks ago
Nick Chubb Note
Nick Chubb photo 11. Nick Chubb RB - CLE (vs . PIT)
Through 10 games last year, Chubb was doing very well and was the No. 4 running back (PPG) in half-PPR formats. Keep in mind that was despite the offense not being very good. From that point forward (when Kareem Hunt joined the offense), Chubb was the No. 18 running back while Hunt was the No. 26 running back. This is clearly more of a timeshare than Chubb owners would like, leaving him best-suited as a high-end RB2 rather than the RB1 he appeared destined to be.
4 weeks ago
Julio Jones Note
Julio Jones photo 12. Julio Jones WR - ATL (at TB)
You'd have to go all the way back to 2013 to find the last time Julio Jones didnt finish as a top-8 wide receiver in fantasy football, and the only reason he didn't was due to injury (he was the No. 3 wide receiver in points per game that year). Keep in mind he's done all that without scoring a lot of touchdowns. Sure, the Falcons have Calvin Ridley making his way into a bigger role, but you simply cannot find a safer option to finish inside the top-10 every single year.
4 weeks ago
Josh Jacobs Note
Josh Jacobs photo 13. Josh Jacobs RB - LV (at DEN)
We've continually heard that Jacobs is going to be more heavily involved in the passing game, though that never materialized last year, seeing just 27 targets in 13 games played. Then we heard, "we're going to involve him more in 2020." They then re-signed Jalen Richard, added Henry Ruggs, and Lynn Bowden. It's not looking likely that Jacobs sees the 50-plus targets he deserves, which lowers him down the rankings. The overall offense should improve, giving him more scoring opportunities, but relying on touchdowns is a tricky thing. He's best-suited as a high-end RB2 who has RB1 upside if they follow through on the promise to use him more in the passing game.
4 weeks ago
DeAndre Hopkins Note
DeAndre Hopkins photo 14. DeAndre Hopkins WR - ARI (at LAR)
Moving to a new team/offense is never an easy thing to do, especially when you don't get to have an offseason with your new team. Still, you don't trade for someone like Hopkins to not target him like a true No. 1 wide receiver. With Larry Fitzgerald and Christian Kirk in the lineup, it may be hard for him to reach the 150-target mark like he consistently did with the Texans, but Hopkins has shown the ability to be efficient with practically every quarterback he's played with. Still, it drops him just outside the elite tier of Thomas, Adams, and Jones.
4 weeks ago
Chris Godwin Note
Chris Godwin photo 15. Chris Godwin WR - TB (vs . ATL)
We saw Godwin ascend into superstardom last year, compiling over 1,300 yards and nine touchdowns in just 14 games, finishing as the WR2. Insert Tom Brady into the offense, and you suddenly have room for optimism that it continues. The arrival of Rob Gronkowski hurts a bit, but knowing Bruce Arians has used Godwin the way he used Larry Fitzgerald, the numbers should continue to grow. Godwin is a legitimate WR1 in fantasy once again in 2020.
4 weeks ago
Travis Kelce Note
Travis Kelce photo 16. Travis Kelce TE - KC (vs . LAC)
Kelce has now been a top two fantasy tight end in each of the past four seasons including #1 last year. There is no reason to expect that to change anytime soon considering Kansas City did not add to the stable of pass catchers. You can bet he will be off the board by the end of round two and more than likely, he will return value.
4 weeks ago
Kenny Golladay Note
Kenny Golladay photo 17. Kenny Golladay WR - DET (vs . MIN)
We've watched Golladay ascending into the clear-cut No. 1 role in the Lions offense, and even though he did finish as the No. 6 wide receiver in 2019, there's still some meat left on the bone. Matthew Stafford went down in Week 9 last year. Golladay had four games with 23-plus PPR points with Stafford in the lineup, and just one game with more than 18 PPR points without him. If Stafford can stay healthy, Golladay should return WR1 numbers.
4 weeks ago
George Kittle Note
George Kittle photo 18. George Kittle TE - SF (vs . SEA)
Kittle may not have been the #1 fantasy tight end last season but let's not forget that he missed some time and played through a broken leg. Even still, he scored as many fantasy points per game as Kelce. Kittle is also still coming into his prime and Kelce is over 30 so he should surpass Kelce as the #1 tight end in fantasy this year and makes for a solid mid-second round pick.
4 weeks ago
Aaron Jones Note
Aaron Jones photo 19. Aaron Jones RB - GB (at CHI)
Despite having Aaron Rodgers under center, the Packers decided to add a third-string running back and fullback to their roster on Day 2 of the NFL Draft. Is that worrisome to Jones' production? Maybe a bit, as Matt LaFleur seems to want to continue his timeshare ways. Jones is by far the most talented, so even if we were to see him dip down to 13-15 touches per game, that's enough for him to do damage, especially considering Rodgers targets him in the passing game. Jones is one of just two running backs (Alvin Kamara is the other) who've finished with a top-30 season over the last 10 years with less than 300 touches. Jones is one of the most efficient running backs in football, though the coaching staff keeps him in RB2 territory.
4 weeks ago
Mike Evans Note
Mike Evans photo 20. Mike Evans WR - TB (vs . ATL)
Evans has now finished as a top-10 receiver in 4-of-6 seasons with the Bucs, but will he lose some of his massive target totals from years past? Evans has continually been peppered with targets by Jameis Winston, as he was willing to trust the receiver in jump-ball situations. Tom Brady isn't a risk-taker, as evidenced by his low interception totals. With the ascention of Chris Godwin, arrival of Rob Gronkowski and Keshawn Vaughn, and likely declining pass attempts in the Bucs offense, Evans may lose some of his top-end upside, though he should still remain in the low-end WR1 conversation.
4 weeks ago
Kenyan Drake Note
Kenyan Drake photo 21. Kenyan Drake RB - ARI (at LAR)
It's crazy to see Kenyan Drake not getting the respect he deserved when he performed the way he did under Kliff Kingsbury last year. Since coming over in Week 9, he was the No. 4 running back through the remainder of the fantasy season, and the Cardinals liked him enough to move on from David Johnson and not draft a running back until the seventh round.
4 weeks ago
Miles Sanders Note
Miles Sanders photo 22. Miles Sanders RB - PHI (vs . WAS)
We all know Doug Pederson has loved his timeshares since coming to the Eagles, and after they moved on from Jordan Howard, many expected them to add a running back in the draft. Things can change, as there are a few free agent running backs out there, but for now, Sanders has the looks of a 15-plus touch running back.
4 weeks ago
Amari Cooper Note
Amari Cooper photo 23. Amari Cooper WR - DAL (at NYG)
You won't find a bigger Cooper fan than me, but he may be a tad overrated in the fantasy world. Since arriving in Dallas, he's played 25 games. In those games, he's finished as a WR2 or better in just 11 of them. While it's difficult to find players that hit that mark over 50 percent, you want your WR1 to hit that mark more often than not, which is something Cooper can't say. Now adding CeeDee Lamb to the mix, he may lose some of his target upside, though he didn't have an elite target share to begin with.
4 weeks ago
Mark Andrews Note
Mark Andrews photo 24. Mark Andrews TE - BAL (at CIN)
Andrews was remarkably efficient last season as he managed to finish #4 among all tight ends despite playing less than 50% of Baltimore's snaps. Now that Hayden Hurst is gone Atlanta, the sky is the limit for Andrews. With that said, you'd have to expect his touchdown rate to come crashing back to reality too.
4 weeks ago
Lamar Jackson Note
Lamar Jackson photo 25. Lamar Jackson QB - BAL (at CIN)
What Jackson did in 2019 was remarkable on many levels, though many are expecting regression in 2020. Rightfully so, as he threw a touchdown on 9.0 percent of his pass attempts, which ranks 15th all-time, and ahead of Patrick Mahomes' 8.6 percent in 2018. If we dial that back to a managable 5.0 percent, Jackson would've thrown 20 touchdown passes instead of the 36 he did, which would result in 64 less fantasy points. That still would've been the No. 1 quarterback. And then you still have to factor in that he may have some positive regression with rushing touchdowns, as he rushed for 1,206 yards but scored just seven rushing touchdowns, which are worth more than passing touchdowns. By comparison, Josh Allen scored nine rushing touchdowns in 2019 while rushing for just 510 yards. Jackson will regress in passing touchdowns, but he might make up for it with a few more rushing touchdowns. If he stays healthy for all 16 games, he's a lock for top-two quarterback production.
3 weeks ago
Patrick Mahomes Note
Patrick Mahomes photo 26. Patrick Mahomes QB - KC (vs . LAC)
We talked until we couldn't talk anymore about the regression Mahomes would face in 2019, though many didn't want to believe it. Here's the thing: He's still very good. His 5.4 percent touchdown rate is one that is easily sustainable and one he can even improve on as he continues to grow in his career. Over the last two years, he's produced QB1-type numbers in 21-of-29 games where he's played the entire game (had to leave early against the Broncos in Week 7 last year). That's a ridiculous 72.4 percent rate. To give an idea as to how crazy that is, the highest career rate outside of him since 2000 is 63.2 percent. If you want to take him as the No. 1 quarterback off the board, no one would fault you. He's worthy of a late third-round pick.
3 weeks ago
Austin Ekeler Note
Austin Ekeler photo 27. Austin Ekeler RB - LAC (at KC)
After seeing Ekeler's contract extension this offseason, it seemed a little light for a workhorse, leading many to believe they'd draft a running back early on. They waited until the fourth round to select UCLA's Joshua Kelley, who's a bigger complementary back. The Chargers offense isn't likely going to be as high scoring as it was with Philip Rivers under center, but Ekeler remains the top dog in the backfield. Still, don't just anticipate this offense is going to be as potent, or that he'll have as many scoring opportunities, which is why he's best-suited as a high-end RB2 than an RB1.
4 weeks ago
Odell Beckham Jr. Note
Odell Beckham Jr. photo 28. Odell Beckham Jr. WR - CLE (vs . PIT)
Many have already moved on from Beckham, like he wasn't a top-three receiver whenever he took the field for the first five years of his career. I'm unwilling to move him out of the top-10 receivers when practically everyone on the Browns was a disaster last year. Despite his bad 2019 season, Beckham has been a WR2 or better in 64.0 percent of the games over his career. The only players with better rates over their career are Michael Thomas, Julio Jones, and Antonio Brown.
4 weeks ago
A.J. Brown Note
A.J. Brown photo 29. A.J. Brown WR - TEN (at HOU)
We all know Brown was a monster over the second half of the season, finishing as the No. 8 wide receiver from Week 7 through Week 16. The issue... he was 47th in targets over that span. That screams regression. While he should progress as a player in his second season, we must anticipate regression with his efficiency. In a run-first offense, Brown should be considered a WR2/3 with upside for more.
4 weeks ago
Todd Gurley Note
Todd Gurley photo 30. Todd Gurley RB - ATL (at TB)
The Rams offense was in complete disarray last year, as their offensive line started to crumble, which dragged Gurley's efficiency down the drain. He did show that he's still able to handle a big workload down the stretch, finishing with 98 touches over the final five games. Now going to the Falcons, who have one of the better offensive lines in football, with little competition, Gurley could return to RB1 status. It's a high-scoring offense where the running backs have averaged 1,383 yards and 9.7 touchdowns on the ground, while averaging another 572 yards and 4.7 touchdowns through the air over the last three years. With Ito Smith and Brian Hill the only running backs behind him, Gurley should receive most of the work/production.
4 weeks ago
Adam Thielen Note
Adam Thielen photo 31. Adam Thielen WR - MIN (at DET)
Coming off a year in which he played just 10 games while dealing with back issues, many are down on Thielen. You must remember he posted back-to-back 1,200-plus yard seasons before 2019. Not just that, but with the teams forced to stay away from camps, Kirk Cousins won't have much time to develop chemistry with any of the other receivers, so Thielen should be a target monster. He should have a bounceback season.
4 weeks ago
JuJu Smith-Schuster Note
JuJu Smith-Schuster photo 32. JuJu Smith-Schuster WR - PIT (at CLE)
After the Steelers selected Chase Claypool in the second round, they came out and said that Smith-Schuster will move back into the slot role he played while Antonio Brown was there. That's great news for his outlook, as it allows him to be mismatched with nickel cornerbacks who only come on the field at certain times. Provided Roethlisberger is healthy and returns to normal, Smith-Schuster should return low-end WR1/high-end WR2 numbers.
4 weeks ago
Chris Carson Note
Chris Carson photo 33. Chris Carson RB - SEA (at SF)
If we knew Carson would be healthy the entire season, he'd be ranked as a top-12 running back. But we don't. There is a lot of uncertainty surrounding the Seahawks backfield, as Carson is coming off a season-ending hip injury, while Rashaad Penny is recovering from a torn ACL, and they drafted DeeJay Dallas in the fourth round of the draft. You'll want to pay close attention to this backfield as we approach fantasy draft season.
2 weeks ago
Allen Robinson Note
Allen Robinson photo 34. Allen Robinson WR - CHI (vs . GB)
The Bears offense revolves around Robinson, plain and simple. They didn't fix the offensive line, which means running the ball will be difficult again. They also didn't replace Taylor Gabriel's 5.6 targets per game that he was receiving under Matt Nagy with anyone noteworthy in the draft or free agency. There's a realistic scenario where Robinson sees 150-plus targets this year. If you want to go RB heavy in the first few rounds, Robinson could make for a solid low-end WR1.
4 weeks ago
Leonard Fournette Note
Leonard Fournette photo 35. Leonard Fournette RB - JAC (at IND)
After trying to trade him prior to the NFL Draft, Fournette appears destined to play for the Jaguars once again in 2020. With Jay Gruden calling the offense, they should be much more efficient this year, though Fournette's volume made him a great play throughout 2019. The only running backs who offered RB2 or better numbers more often than Fournette in 2019 were Christian McCaffrey, Ezekiel Elliott, Dalvin Cook, and Austin Ekeler. Do they go with more of a timeshare under Gruden? it's possible, but he should still offer low-end RB1 value.
4 weeks ago
D.J. Moore Note
D.J. Moore photo 36. D.J. Moore WR - CAR (vs . NO)
The new offense should be exciting, as should the arrival of Teddy Bridgewater, who is an upgrade over what Moore had throwing to him last year. The issue is that the Panthers decided to add another target to the offense, snagging Robby Anderson in free agency. It'll make his target share a bit lower, though the defense is in severe rebuild mode, which should allow for more pass attempts. Moore remains a relatively safe WR2 even if his upside took a hit.
4 weeks ago
Cooper Kupp Note
Cooper Kupp photo 37. Cooper Kupp WR - LAR (vs . ARI)
Remember last year when Kupp was the No. 2 wide receiver through eight weeks? While he scored touchdowns in five straight games to close out the season, he was the No. 44 wide receiver from Weeks 9-16. It does help that Brandin Cooks is gone, but the emergence of Tyler Higbee is what cooled Kupp off. The Rams seem to change things quite often, so you'd draft Kupp as a WR2 hoping they target him like they did at the start of 2019.
4 weeks ago
Courtland Sutton Note
Courtland Sutton photo 38. Courtland Sutton WR - DEN (vs . LV)
Let me be clear about this: The Jerry Jeudy draft pick was a great one for the Broncos, as was the KJ Hamler one. However, from a fantasy standpoint, they were terrible for Sutton. He saw 125 targets last year with absolutely no competition on the roster. Now, with Jeudy, Hamler, Melvin Gordon, and year two Noah Fant in the mix, Sutton should be considered unlikely to match that number in 2020 and beyond.
4 weeks ago
Calvin Ridley Note
Calvin Ridley photo 39. Calvin Ridley WR - ATL (at TB)
Prior to getting hurt and having his season cut short, Ridley was on pace for 1,066 yards and eight touchdowns in 2019, which would have had him as the WR14. Now going into his third NFL season, there's a real chance for a breakout, though Julio Jones isn't going away any time soon. If you want to know if there's room for both to be WR1s, look no further than the Bucs last year with Mike Evans and Chris Godwin, though it's rare for that to happen. Still, Ridley is an ascending talent and the Falcons didn't add a receiver of significance to replace Mohamed Sanu.
4 weeks ago
Clyde Edwards-Helaire Note
Clyde Edwards-Helaire photo 40. Clyde Edwards-Helaire RB - KC (vs . LAC)
I had Edwards-Helaire as my top running back in this year's class due to the way he fits the NFL today. He's a true three-down back who can catch 80-plus passes out of the backfield, while running for 1,000-plus yards. Landing with the Chiefs was a dream scenario, especially in the first round. Over the last seven years, running backs who've been drafted in the first round have averaged 280.7 touches in year one. 75 percent of them have finished as an RB2 or better. Don't think this is Darwin Thompson all over again, as he was a sixth-round pick last year, and those average just 29.8 touches in year one. This is Edwards-Helaire's backfield after Andy Reid said he's better than Brian Westbrook on film. You don't take those players off the field very often. He's worth a second-round pick and would be a steal in the third round.
4 weeks ago
Melvin Gordon Note
Melvin Gordon photo 41. Melvin Gordon RB - DEN (vs . LV)
He left the Chargers at the right time, as they're going to be going through a transitional period. Instead, he joins a now-exciting Broncos offense that suddenly has tons of firepower. You don't add Gordon in free agency if you don't plan on using him as your lead back. The potential upside is that new offensive coordinator Pat Shurmur has been a one-back kind of guy, so it's possible that Phillip Lindsay is just there to give Gordon breathers when he needs them. With Courtland Sutton, Jerry Jeudy, KJ Hamler, and Noah Fant out there are receiving threats, Gordon should see a lot of light fronts this year. He's a middling RB2 with RB1 upside if they decide to give him 15-plus touches per game.
4 weeks ago
Robert Woods Note
Robert Woods photo 42. Robert Woods WR - LAR (vs . ARI)
Despite scoring just two touchdowns last year, Woods was able to finish as the No. 17 wide receiver. Why do we continually doubt that his production will continue? Under Sean McVay, he's been a WR2 or better in 21-of-43 games, which is the same as Tyreek Hill. He may not have the upside that Hill does, but as a WR2 on your team, he's gold.
4 weeks ago
DeVante Parker Note
DeVante Parker photo 43. DeVante Parker WR - MIA (at BUF)
There were two wide receivers who hit at least 55 yards in 13 games last season. Michael Thomas and Parker. He didn't rely on touchdowns to score fantasy points. Knowing that Ryan Fitzpatrick will be back, and that Tua Tagovailoa may take over at some point, Parker should remain in the WR2 conversation most weeks. He did finish as the No. 7 wide receiver last year, but the team now has an improved defense and run-game, which will remove some volume from the passing offense.
4 weeks ago
Tyler Lockett Note
Tyler Lockett photo 44. Tyler Lockett WR - SEA (at SF)
It seemed like he picked up in 2019 right where he left off in 2018, as he was the No. 4 wide receiver through nine weeks, but then trailed off as the year went on. He was just the No. 61 wide receiver from Week 10 through Week 16 while D.K. Metcalf emerged, and that continued into the playoffs. It's likely we see more pass attempts out of the Seahawks in 2020, so there should be room for both Lockett and Metcalf to be WR2/3 options with WR1 upside nearly every week.
4 weeks ago
Zach Ertz Note
Zach Ertz photo 45. Zach Ertz TE - PHI (vs . WAS)
Ertz has been solid for a handful of years now, but he has never been a top two fantasy tight end, if you can believe it. In fact, last season he led the Eagles entire team by 50 targets and managed to finish just #5 among fantasy tight ends. With Goedert continuing to emerge plus the addition of Reagor and the returns of Alshon/DeSean Jackson, the 29-year-old Ertz should take a further step back.
4 weeks ago
D.K. Metcalf Note
D.K. Metcalf photo 46. D.K. Metcalf WR - SEA (at SF)
We can't forget that Metcalf had a knee scope just two weeks prior to last season, and that he was considered a "raw receiver" by many who thought he'd take time to develop. During his rookie season, we watched him top 60 yards on nine separate occasions, which was tied for the 10th most among wide receivers. We all know touchdowns will come playing alongside Russell Wilson, too. Metcalf has legitimate WR1 upside if his development continues. After all, we did see him set the rookie record for receiving yards (160) in a playoff game.
4 weeks ago
Keenan Allen Note
Keenan Allen photo 47. Keenan Allen WR - LAC (at KC)
Many have underrated Allen for a long time, though it may be time for the tables to turn, as I'm somewhat down on the top-tier route runner. With Tyrod Taylor and/or Justin Herbert under center, the Chargers are not going to be throwing the ball a whole lot. There were nearly 600 targets to go around last year, which could be cut down to around the 500 mark, and that would severely impact Allen's targets. Not just that, but his efficiency is likely to come down with the decline in quarterback play. His talent should help get him into WR2 territory, but I think the days of him being a WR1 are in the rearview mirror.
4 weeks ago
Jonathan Taylor Note
Jonathan Taylor photo 48. Jonathan Taylor RB - IND (vs . JAC)
It's looking like a very good possibility for Taylor to see 250-plus carries in his rookie season. Some may think that's absurd, but Marlon Mack totaled 247 carries in just 14 games last year. Even if we give Mack the 100 carries that Jordan Wilkins and Jonathan Williams combined for last year, it'd leave room for Taylor to hit the 250 mark. He's also running behind the best offensive line in football, so it wouldn't be a shock to see him rush for 1,200 yards in year one with his vision and speed in the open field. Taylor is right in the same territory as someone like Nick Chubb.
4 weeks ago
David Johnson Note
David Johnson photo 49. David Johnson RB - HOU (vs . TEN)
The Texans gave their running backs 397 touches last year, and that was with DeAndre Hopkins on the roster. That's a lot of work. The only running back they've added was David Johnson. While Johnson looked horrendous down the stretch, it's possible he just tried to work his way back from injury way too soon. It appears Bill O'Brien isn't convinced that Johnson is done with his NFL career, like some. It's possible that he's not as electric as he once was, but guys, the Texans gave Carlos Hyde (who's still unemployed) 255 touches last year. Opportunity is key in fantasy football, and Johnson appears to be in line for a lot of it in 2020, making him a low-end RB2 with upside for more should he actually be healthy.
4 weeks ago
T.Y. Hilton Note
T.Y. Hilton photo 50. T.Y. Hilton WR - IND (vs . JAC)
He's entering the final year of his contract with the Colts and is likely to lead them in targets. Some may be concerned about last year, but Jacoby Brissett wasn't the guy to get him the ball. Philip Rivers, on the other hand, he can sling it. Going back to Hilton with Andrew Luck in the Frank Reich offense, he finished with WR2-type numbers in 64.3 percent of his games. The addition of Michael Pittman and Jonathan Taylor may bring down his touchdown upside, but he should remain a consistent WR3, at worst.
4 weeks ago
Mark Ingram II Note
Mark Ingram II photo 51. Mark Ingram II RB - BAL (at CIN)
Not many expecting Ingram to finish as an RB1 with Lamar Jackson under center, thinking he'd lose some of the goal-line carries to the mobile quarteback. Despite the fact that Ingram had more than 15 carries just twice all season, he finished as the No. 8 running back. We aren't banking on that happening again, especially when the Ravens drafted JK Dobbins in the second round of the NFL Draft. Ingram is going to be 31 years old this year, while Dobbins and Justice Hill have young, fresh legs. We could see Ingram lose a few carries a game, but provided he's healthy, we should still expect him to lead this timeshare and be a borderline RB2.
4 weeks ago
Stefon Diggs Note
Stefon Diggs photo 52. Stefon Diggs WR - BUF (vs . MIA)
Now that Diggs is out of Minnesota, will he become the fantasy superstar that we thought he could be? He tallied just 94 targets last year, and that's despite Adam Thielen being hurt for half the season. Diggs has seen more than 112 targets just once in his career, a number that should be attainable in Buffalo, though John Brown and Cole Beasley both topped 100 targets last year. To think Diggs can be more than a WR2, they'd have to severely cut Brown's and Beasley's targets to get him there. With Josh Allen's inconsistency throwning the ball down the field, it'd be unwise to trust Diggs as anything more than a low-end WR2 in fantasy.
4 weeks ago
David Montgomery Note
David Montgomery photo 53. David Montgomery RB - CHI (vs . GB)
There's only one direction for Montgomery and the Bears offense to go this year, right? They didn't address the offensive line as aggressive as I thought they would, but Mongtomery's role is safe as the only running back on the roster capable of handling 15-plus carries per game. It's also worth noting that despite not starting right out of the gate, Montgomery ranked sixth in the NFL for carries inside the five-yard-line. He may be a low-end RB2, but he's still an RB2 who's locked into 15-plus touches per game.
4 weeks ago
Le'Veon Bell Note
Le'Veon Bell photo 54. Le'Veon Bell RB - NYJ (at NE)
You're going to see Bell fall down draft boards this year, and further than he should. That's odd for me to say, as Bell was someone I was avoiding like the plague in drafts. The difference? Expectations. Playing him as your first-round pick in your RB1 slot was never something anyone should've expected, especially behind that offensive line and in Gase's offense. While he's still stuck in Gase's offense, the offensive line was upgraded quite a bit this offseason, which should allow Bell more room to work. Even if he repeated his 2019 performance, that's RB2 production. There were just 11 running backs who produced RB2 or better numbers more often than him. Sure, he didn't have a ton of weekly upside, but he was safe. Now coming off the board outside the top three rounds, Bell is a value play.
4 weeks ago
James Conner Note
James Conner photo 55. James Conner RB - PIT (at CLE)
If Conner were able to stay on the field, he'd be considered as a top-10 running back in fantasy. Unfortunately, he hasn't done that, and it's led them to draft Jaylen Samuels, Benny Snell, and now Anthony McFarland. While none of them are better than Conner, it's likely we see them take some of the workload away from him in 2020.
4 weeks ago
Dak Prescott Note
Dak Prescott photo 56. Dak Prescott QB - DAL (at NYG)
He might have the best starting trio in the NFL after the Cowboys snagged CeeDee Lamb at No. 17 overall. We all knew they needed a third wide receiver to play in three-wide sets, but no one thought Lamb would fall to them. The Cowboys are going to find a way to lock him into a long-term contract, and it'd be wise to do it before he explodes statistically. Prescott is the best fantasy quarterback not named Lamar Jackson or Patrick Mahomes.
4 weeks ago
D.J. Chark Note
D.J. Chark photo 57. D.J. Chark WR - JAC (at IND)
It was an up-and-down season for Chark in 2019, though he certainly put his name on the map for fantasy enthusiasts. He had six games with 15-plus half-PPR points, but also had eight games with less than 9.0 half-PPR points, which is going to hurt fantasy lineups. The Jaguars also added a couple of wide receivers in the draft, including Laviska Shenault in the second round. Chark certainly has WR2 upside, but he also has a lower floor than most want to admit.
4 weeks ago
Terry McLaurin Note
Terry McLaurin photo 58. Terry McLaurin WR - WAS (at PHI)
McLaurin came out of nowhere as a waiver wire acquisition last year, finishing as the No. 27 wide receiver on a bad offense. It wasn't all pretty, as he had four games with less than 40 yards, but they were going through a lot of changes on the offense. They reportedly tried to acquire Amari Cooper, but after failing to land him, they fell back on Antonio Gandy-Golden in the fourth round of the draft. He's not going to threaten McLaurin's lead role on the team. It's safe to say we should expect 100-plus targets in year two, even if they aren't highly efficient coming from Dwayne Haskins.
4 weeks ago
Darren Waller Note
Darren Waller photo 59. Darren Waller TE - LV (at DEN)
Waller was extremely consistent last year and managed to finish #4 among fantasy tight ends but he was virtually the only receiving threat on the entire team. Now that they grabbed three quality wideouts in the draft, his target share should take a big of a step back. Even so, he is one of the few reliable tight ends.
4 weeks ago
Russell Wilson Note
Russell Wilson photo 60. Russell Wilson QB - SEA (at SF)
Wilson is about as safe as they come at the quarterback position, as he's now been a top-12 quarterback in each of his eight seasons, while finishing top-three four different times. He does that by staying on the field, as he's as durable as they come. His 48.1 percent QB1 hit-rate ranks 10th since 2000, though he refuses to bust, scoring fewer than 14.0 fantasy points in just 27.3 percent of his games, which ranks as the fifth-lowest mark in that time. He's reportedly asked the Seahawks brass to unleash the passing game a bit more in 2020, which could give him a bit more upside. We already know the floor is there.
3 weeks ago
Kyler Murray Note
Kyler Murray photo 61. Kyler Murray QB - ARI (at LAR)
The hype was there for Murray in 2019, though he went through his ups and downs as a rookie. Now heading into his second year, a leap should be expected, especially since the Cardinals added DeAndre Hopkins to his weaponry and Larry Fitzgerald chose to return for another season. The Cardinals defense is still in rebuild mode, so we should see more shootout potential in 2020, which gives Murray top-three upside.
3 weeks ago
A.J. Green Note
A.J. Green photo 62. A.J. Green WR - CIN (vs . BAL)
It's amazing to see so many fantasy analysts down on Green, like he hasn't been a top-12 receiver every year he's been on the field. Sure, he's got some injury concerns and is aging, but I'll always side with the surefire producer. He's also never played with a quarterback as good as Joe Burrow. Don't sleep on Green this season.
4 weeks ago
Devin Singletary Note
Devin Singletary photo 63. Devin Singletary RB - BUF (vs . MIA)
There were many celebrating the end of the Frank Gore era in Buffalo, but they went out and added one of my favorite backs in the draft, Zack Moss, to use in that Gore role. GM Brandon Beane said, "I think more of the goal line and things like that as we did with Frank last year, you'll see Zack do. I think Devin will do a similar role that he had." This is your reminder that Singletary had just two carries inside the five-yard-line all year, while Josh Allen had five, and Frank Gore had 11. That's a crushing blow to Singletary's value.
4 weeks ago
Deebo Samuel Note
Deebo Samuel photo 64. Deebo Samuel WR - SF (vs . SEA)
It was odd to see Samuel finish as a top-30 wide receiver last year, because it didn't feel that way throughout the year. He saw just 81 targets and had just two games with more than eight targets. The 49ers offense is going to be run-heavy, but Samuel will be the go-to guy when they do drop back to pass. He's also included in the run-game, as evidenced by his 159 rushing yards and three touchdowns last year. It's tough to see him having a true breakout season, but finishing in WR2 territory is within the realm of possibilities.
4 weeks ago
Raheem Mostert Note
Raheem Mostert photo 65. Raheem Mostert RB - SF (vs . SEA)
After the way Mostert played in the playoffs, many were looking forward to a 2020 breakout season, and it helps knowing that Matt Breida was traded to the Dolphins. The issue is that they are getting Jerick McKinnon back, still have Tevin Coleman, and Jeff Wilson. The passing game also got a new weapon, which could lead to slightly more pass attempts. Despite being on the roster the past two years under Shanahan, Mostert has received 171 carries in 25 games. It's tough to see that changing drastically. There's a chance, which is why he's in the high-end RB3 conversation, but there's also a chance you can't start him with confidence every week.
4 weeks ago
Deshaun Watson Note
Deshaun Watson photo 66. Deshaun Watson QB - HOU (vs . TEN)
Let's be clear: Losing your No. 1 receiver (DeAndre Hopkins) that you targeted nearly 10 times per game is going to hurt production, especially when he was the type of receiver you could throw the ball up to in one-on-one situations and expect him to win. The Texans now have Will Fuller, Brandin Cooks, Randall Cobb, Kenny Stills, and Keke Coutee as his primary receivers. That's a list complied of speed and slot... that's it. Watson might be running more than ever in 2020, which is very appealing to fantasy owners, but his efficiency through the air is going to come down. We've never seen Watson without Hopkins, so he comes with an additional level of concern that you don't want when selecting a quarterback in the top six rounds.
3 weeks ago
Jarvis Landry Note
Jarvis Landry photo 67. Jarvis Landry WR - CLE (vs . PIT)
Landry is seemingly always undervalued and it's risky doing it again, but he did have hip surgery this offseason, and we are expecting much more out of Odell Beckham. Not just that, but the addition of Austin Hooper means they're going to target the tight end position a lot more under Kevin Stefanski. It just doesn't feel likely that Landry will see the 138 or 149 targets he did over the last two seasons. Still, here's a fun fact: There have been three wide receivers who've been top-24 fantasy options in each of the last five seasons. Julio Jones, Mike Evans, and Landry.
4 weeks ago
Michael Gallup Note
Michael Gallup photo 68. Michael Gallup WR - DAL (at NYG)
I think there were a lot of people shocked by the Cowboys selecting CeeDee Lamb at No. 17 overall considering how well Gallup has played to this point. Sure, the Cowboys needed a third wide receiver, but Lamb was the worst-case scenario for Gallup, who's likely moving down to third on the totem pole, capping his potential.
4 weeks ago
Josh Allen Note
Josh Allen photo 69. Josh Allen QB - BUF (vs . MIA)
I'm not questioning Allen's ability to finish as a top-eight quarterback (where he's being drafted), because he finished as the No. 6 quarterback last year. However, his rushing touchdowns will come back down to earth. He scored nine of them in 2019, while Lamar Jackson scored seven rushing for more than double Allen's yards. The addition of Stefon Diggs won't hurt Allen's passing totals, but it's on the ground where he makes most of his marks, and I'm expecting that to regress.
3 weeks ago
D'Andre Swift Note
D'Andre Swift photo 70. D'Andre Swift RB - DET (vs . MIN)
Some are automatically assuming that Swift will get 20 touches per game in the Lions offense, though I'm not part of that group. Kerryon Johnson has been solid for the Lions when on the field, though he's had issues staying on the field, and the Lions are tired of bringing in guys like LeGarrette Blount, C.J. Anderson, and Bo Scarbrough. So, they'll likely work both running backs to keep them healthy and fresh. I do believe Swift is the better back, hence the higher ranking, but expecting more than 12-14 touches per game out of the gate would be a mistake.
4 weeks ago
Hunter Henry Note
Hunter Henry photo 71. Hunter Henry TE - LAC (at KC)
Henry was banged up once again last season but still produced double-digit fantasy points per game while on the field. The issue here, is that the Chargers' quarterback situation is a downgrade this year. If he can stay healthy, Henry is a lock for a top-ten tight end and is young enough that he has upside for much more.
4 weeks ago
Tyler Boyd Note
Tyler Boyd photo 72. Tyler Boyd WR - CIN (vs . BAL)
Do you believe the Bengals will be a better football team in 2020? If you do, that could be harmful to Boyd's output. He totaled 60-plus yards in nine games last year, with all of them being losses where he racked up some targets. Granted, the Bengals didn't win many games in 2019, but the return of A.J. Green will also cap his target share. Still, there is some reason for optimism, as Boyd has now finished with 1,000 yards in back-to-back seasons, and will get an upgrade at quarterback. He's best viewed as a WR3 with upside to make it into the top 15.
4 weeks ago
Marquise Brown Note
Marquise Brown photo 73. Marquise Brown WR - BAL (at CIN)
When your team is throwing the ball just 439 times the entire season, it's going to be hard to become a consistent fantasy option. It's going to be even harder when you're a rookie who was coming off foot surgery and dealing with ankle injuries throughout the year. That was the reality for Brown, who played just 14 games, yet finished as a top-50 fantasy wide receiver. The team added a few wide receivers in the draft ,but no one who should trump him in targets. If the Ravens drop back to pass a bit more in 2020, Brown could be a legitimate breakout option, though he shouldn't be drafted as anything more than an upside WR3/4.
4 weeks ago
Evan Engram Note
Evan Engram photo 74. Evan Engram TE - NYG (vs . DAL)
We heard rumors that the Giants were looking to trade Engram, though I wasn't ever certain that would be the case. As it turns out, he's their guy. The Giants don't have a prototypical No. 1 wide receiver who'll steal 140-plus targets, so Engram should be right back in the middling TE1 conversation this year.
4 weeks ago
Sony Michel Note
Sony Michel photo 75. Sony Michel RB - NE (vs . NYJ)
Julian Edelman Note
Julian Edelman photo 76. Julian Edelman WR - NE (vs . NYJ)
As of now, it appears Edelman will have Jarred Stidham throwing him the ball in 2020. Is that a good thing? We don't really know just yet, though his 9.2-yard average depth of target shouldn't be impacted by quarterback play too much. Unless you're expecting Mohamed Sanu or N'Keal Harry to hit 100-plus targets, Edelman should be safe to hit the century mark, even if the offense is less potent than in years past. But also don't forget to take his injury history into consideration, as the reward might not be worth the risk anymore without Tom Brady there.
4 weeks ago
Marvin Jones Note
Marvin Jones photo 77. Marvin Jones WR - DET (vs . MIN)
When doing the "Boom, Bust, and Everything In Between" series, I can't help but notice how undervalued Jones is nearly every season. The "bust" score is anything less than 8.0 PPR points. Jones busted just 23.1 percent in 2019, the 22nd lowest mark among wide receivers. He was at just 22.2 percent in 2018, the 25th lowest mark. And lastly, he was at just 18.8 percent in 2017, the ninth-lowest mark. Meanwhile, he'll give you big games here and there while not completely tanking your team. If you want to wait at wide receiver in your draft and play him as your WR3, it's not that bad.
4 weeks ago
Will Fuller Note
Will Fuller photo 78. Will Fuller WR - HOU (vs . TEN)
The definition of a boom-or-bust player, as Fuller has posted WR1-type numbers in 23.8 percent of his games, which ranks 30th among wide receivers since 2000. The issue is that he's posted WR3 or better numbers in just 33.3 percent of his games, which ranks 94th (right behind Donte Moncrief) during that time. The loss of Deandre Hopkins should provide him with a more stable target floor, though Brandin Cooks is arguably a better football player than Fuller and will steal a lot of those targets. The chemistry between Fuller and Deshaun Watson has to be taken into account, but so does the injury history. Ideally, you draft him as a WR4 that you can rely on as a WR3 while healthy.
4 weeks ago
Drew Brees Note
Drew Brees photo 79. Drew Brees QB - NO (at CAR)
Matt Ryan Note
Matt Ryan photo 80. Matt Ryan QB - ATL (at TB)
Derrius Guice Note
Derrius Guice photo 81. Derrius Guice RB - WAS (at PHI)
Kareem Hunt Note
Kareem Hunt photo 82. Kareem Hunt RB - CLE (vs . PIT)
The Browns are going to have a new offense in 2020, so we can't automatically assume that Hunt will be as big as he was in the gameplanning process in 2020. From the time he entered the lineup last year, he was the No. 26 running back in half-PPR formats while Nick Chubb was the No. 18 running back. The reason we have to assume he'll have a role is due to the Browns tendering him with a second rounder instead of moving on. Chubb is the superior play in this backfield, but it's important to note that Hunt has standalone value, while also offering league-winning handcuff value. If Chubb were to miss time, Hunt would be a top-five play.
4 weeks ago
Tyler Higbee Note
Tyler Higbee photo 83. Tyler Higbee TE - LAR (vs . ARI)
Up until Week 10, Higbee was an afterthought owned in less than 2% of fantasy leagues but from the time the Rams added him to the starting lineup, Higbee went for over 500 receiving yards in five weeks. There is a chance he leaps to the top tier of fantasy tight ends in 2020 but there is some risk here compared to the other second-tier tight ends.
4 weeks ago
Cam Akers Note
Cam Akers photo 84. Cam Akers RB - LAR (vs . ARI)
The Rams were going to draft a running back - we knew that after they interviewed a ton of them in the draft process. What we didn't know was that they'd take one with their first pick in the draft. While Darrell Henderson is a threat to Akers' overall workload, they clearly know what they have in Henderson, and drafted Akers early. It seems like Henderson is going to be the lesser part of the timeshare, while Akers is the early-down back and likely to receive goal-line work. There's a chance Henderson has a bigger role than anticipated, which prevents us from trusting Akers as anything more than a high-end RB3.
4 weeks ago
Jared Cook Note
Jared Cook photo 85. Jared Cook TE - NO (at CAR)
Brandin Cooks Note
Brandin Cooks photo 86. Brandin Cooks WR - HOU (vs . TEN)
There have been just nine wide receivers who've finished as top-24 fantasy options in at least four of the last five seasons: Julio Jones, Mike Evans, Jarvis Landry, DeAndre Hopkins, Antonio Brown, Davante Adams, Amari Cooper, and... Cooks. Keep in mind he's done that while playing for three different teams, so he's essentially team-proof. Concussions were problematic in 2019 and will be a problem moving forward in his career, as another one could end it. While on the field, though, he's proven to have a WR2 floor in the NFL. We can't pretend that going to Deshaun Watson isn't an upgrade from Jared Goff, either. The issue is that Will Fuller plays a similar role and has chemistry with Watson. Cooks can likely be drafted as a WR4, but he'll be a starter when he's on the field.
4 weeks ago
John Brown Note
John Brown photo 87. John Brown WR - BUF (vs . MIA)
Brown was the definition of consistency last year, finishing with at least 10.4 PPR points in 13-of-15 games. The issue was that he lacked upside, topping 20 PPR points just twice all year. Now adding Stefon Diggs to the offense, his target share is going to dip and make him much more inconsistent, as they're both perimeter players who'll compete for targets. After seeing 115 targets in 2019, it's possible that number dips into the 80-90 range in 2020. This receiving corps will be better for real life football in 2020, but fantasy-wise, there's likely to be a lot of bumpy roads.
4 weeks ago
Tom Brady Note
Tom Brady photo 88. Tom Brady QB - TB (vs . ATL)
If you're looking for a competent quarterback to platoon with, Brady should be a solid target. However, you must understand what you're sacrificing by drafting him. Upside. Of the top 100 fantasy games by quarterbacks over the last two years, Brady has accounted for precisely zero of them. Sure, he has the best receiving corps he's ever had, but he also hasn't had an entire offseason to work with them.
3 weeks ago
Mike Williams Note
Mike Williams photo 89. Mike Williams WR - LAC (at KC)
If there's one thing I know, it's that Mike Williams is going to miss Philip Rivers throwing him the ball in tight one-on-one situations. Rivers was intercepted an amazing eight times while targeting Williams, which led all wide receivers, and he saw just 90 targets. Tyrod Taylor isn't someone who takes a lot of risks, and if Justin Herbert is put under center, they won't be throwing a whole lot with a rookie quarterback. Williams is a very risky fantasy selection in 2020.
4 weeks ago
Carson Wentz Note
Carson Wentz photo 90. Carson Wentz QB - PHI (vs . WAS)
Aaron Rodgers Note
Aaron Rodgers photo 91. Aaron Rodgers QB - GB (at CHI)
It was a foregone conclusion that the Packers would add some wide receiver help for Rodgers in the draft. Not only did they not draft a wide receiver, but they also traded up and drafted a quarterback in the first round. The way the Packers drafted suggest that they don't realize they have an all-time great as their quarterback. Here's a fun stat: Rodgers has thrown 364 touchdowns in his career. Just one of them has gone to a player drafted in the first round. The Packers aren't going to become a pass-first team under Matt LaFleur, meaning Rodgers won't be a fantasy stud. Still, he's played at least 15 games 10 times in his career, and has never finished worse than the No. 9 quarterback.
3 weeks ago
Austin Hooper Note
Austin Hooper photo 92. Austin Hooper TE - CLE (vs . PIT)
When it comes to tight ends, it's all about targets. Going back to 2009, there have been just 11 tight ends who've finished top-10 without seeing a minimum of 80 targets, which might be difficult for Hooper to come by with his new team. Not only do they have Odell Beckham, Jarvis Landry, Nick Chubb, and Kareem Hunt, but Hooper is now part of a crowded tight end room with David Njoku and Harrison Bryant (who they drafted in the fourth round). Kevin Stefanski's offense in Minnesota did run a lot of 2TE sets, but their top three tight ends combined for just 105 targets, and none had more than 48 targets.
4 weeks ago
Christian Kirk Note
Christian Kirk photo 93. Christian Kirk WR - ARI (at LAR)
Kirk went from someone who was set to have a massive amount of targets come his way once Larry Fitzgerald retired, but now that he's announced his return, and the team has traded for DeAndre Hopkins, Kirk suddenly might be stuck as a fringe fantasy option. Kirk did see 107 targets in just 13 games last year, and it's not like Fitzgerald is getting any younger/better. You don't want to write him off completely, but he fits in more as a low-end WR3/high-end WR4 in 2020.
4 weeks ago
Jordan Howard Note
Jordan Howard photo 94. Jordan Howard RB - MIA (at BUF)
Kerryon Johnson Note
Kerryon Johnson photo 95. Kerryon Johnson RB - DET (vs . MIN)
We all know Johnson's struggled to stay on the field over his first two seasons, and it led the Lions to draft D'Andre Swift at the top of the second round. You don't draft a running back at the top of the second round to not use him. Johnson's skillset clashes with that of Swift, so it's unlikely he sees more than 10-12 touches per game.
4 weeks ago
Marlon Mack Note
Marlon Mack photo 96. Marlon Mack RB - IND (vs . JAC)
We never reached the expected performance out of Mack behind the Colts top-tier offensive line, so why shouldn't we have expected them to draft a running back? Drafting Jonathan Taylor in the second round was a straight dagger to Mack's value in any format. He'll be lucky to get eight touches per game in that offense this year.
4 weeks ago
Darius Slayton Note
Darius Slayton photo 97. Darius Slayton WR - NYG (vs . DAL)
Did you know there wasn't a single game in 2019 where Sterling Shepard, Golden Tate, Slayton, Evan Engram, and Saquon Barkley were on the field together? That's an issue for Slayton's projection in 2020, as he's clearly the fourth or fifth option in the pass-attack. Add in the inconsistency of Daniel Jones, and you have yourself a very high-risk wide receiver who's being taken over some valuable commodities.
4 weeks ago
Phillip Lindsay Note
Phillip Lindsay photo 98. Phillip Lindsay RB - DEN (vs . LV)
I don't think I've ever seen someone glanced over as easily as Lindsay in both real life and fantasy. Over the last two years, here are the only players who have more rushing yards than him: Ezekiel Elliott, Derrick Henry, Nick Chubb, Christian McCaffrey, Chris Carson, Saquon Barkley, Joe Mixon, and Todd Gurley.
4 weeks ago
Matthew Stafford Note
Matthew Stafford photo 99. Matthew Stafford QB - DET (vs . MIN)
Damien Williams Note
Damien Williams photo 100. Damien Williams RB - KC (vs . LAC)
There are some who aren't convinced Williams' value is completely gone, but rest assured, it is. There have been just two running backs drafted in the first round under Andy Reid: LeSean McCoy and Clyde Edwards-Helaire. Reid said that Edwards-Helaire is better than Brian Westbrook on film, and Patrick Mahomes pulled for them to draft Edwards-Helaire. They're going to use him as much as they can, which means Williams is going to be there to offer a breather from time-to-time. He's an elite handcuff, but that's about it.
4 weeks ago
Ke'Shawn Vaughn Note
Ke'Shawn Vaughn photo 101. Ke'Shawn Vaughn RB - TB (vs . ATL)
During the scouting process, I felt like Vaughn was just a guy, not a difference maker. That's not to say he wouldn't be able to produce if given the opportunity, but I don't think opportunity will simply be given to him. Don't forget that David Johnson saw just 161 touches his rookie season under Bruce Arians, and that was while he was extremely efficient. Interestingly enough, he was also a third-round pick. This is a situation to monitor throughout the offseason.
3 weeks ago
Ronald Jones II Note
Ronald Jones II photo 102. Ronald Jones II RB - TB (vs . ATL)
We heard the Bucs say all offseason that Jones was their guy. We didn't even hear about them meeting with any of the free agent running backs. Then we heard the name Keshawn Vaughn in the third round, creating a problem for Jones. When teams select a running back on Day 2, it's typically to play them right out of the gate, even if it's not a clear-cut loss of the job for Jones. No matter which way you slice it, he has some new and improved competition.
4 weeks ago
Emmanuel Sanders Note
Emmanuel Sanders photo 103. Emmanuel Sanders WR - NO (at CAR)
Sterling Shepard Note
Sterling Shepard photo 104. Sterling Shepard WR - NYG (vs . DAL)
In a season where he was dealing with injuries and a rookie quarterback, Shepard still posted WR2 or better numbers in 40 percent of his games, which ranked 33rd among wide receivers. Now, to be fair, the offense has changed, but it doesn't appear the new regime is very fond of Evan Engram, as evidenced by putting him on the trade block during the NFL Draft. Golden Tate is aging, and while Darius Slayton did flash at times, it was a relatively small sample size. It shouldn't shock anyone to see Shepard get 100-plus targets in 2020 and finish as a WR3, though you do have to wonder what his upside actually is with so many mouths to feed.
4 weeks ago
Matt Breida Note
Matt Breida photo 105. Matt Breida RB - MIA (at BUF)
There are a lot of fantasy owners expecting Jordan Howard to be the lead back in Miami, though if I'm being honest, Breida may be the better option, and he's much cheaper. While health has been an issue for Breida, he's performed when given opportunity and will get most of the passing-down work in 2020. Staying on the field has been and will continue to be an obstacle.
3 weeks ago
J.K. Dobbins Note
J.K. Dobbins photo 106. J.K. Dobbins RB - BAL (at CIN)
Tevin Coleman Note
Tevin Coleman photo 107. Tevin Coleman RB - SF (vs . SEA)
Noah Fant Note
Noah Fant photo 108. Noah Fant TE - DEN (vs . LV)
While the Titans have a great defense overall, they struggled to contain pass catchers over the middle of the field and ended up as a bottom-five unit against the tight end position last year. Fant has some seasonal upside but is primarily just a Week 1 streamer. He carries an ADP of TE13 so he should be available in the closing rounds of your draft. You can snag him for this quality Week 1 matchup before dumping him before three tough matches in the following four weeks at Pittsburgh, at Jamal Adams and the Jets then at New England.
2 weeks ago
Jamison Crowder Note
Jamison Crowder photo 109. Jamison Crowder WR - NYJ (at NE)
Did you know Crowder finished as the No. 31 wide receiver in half-PPR formats last year? The Jets moved on from Robby Anderson and brought in Breshad Perriman, who's now with his fourth team in as many years, and drafted rookie Denzel Mims in the second round. While you can assume those players walk in and see targets, it's Crowder who'll likely be Darnold's go-to guy. He may not be a sexy pick, but he'll get the job done for a cheap WR4.
4 weeks ago
Robby Anderson Note
Robby Anderson photo 110. Robby Anderson WR - CAR (vs . NO)
One thing to watch with Anderson to the Panthers is that he's reunited with his old coach Matt Rhule from college. That's a check in the plus column for him, though there are a lot of mouths to feed in the Panthers offense. D.J. Moore, Curtis Samuel, Christian McCaffrey, and Ian Thomas have all shown ability to produce with targets, while Anderson has been extremely hit-or-miss while asked to be "the guy" in New York. He's best viewed as a bench option with week-to-week upside.
4 weeks ago
Latavius Murray Note
Latavius Murray photo 111. Latavius Murray RB - NO (at CAR)
Did everyone forget what happened when Alvin Kamara had to miss time last year? It was only two weeks, but in those two games, Murray destroyed the Bears and Cardinals to the tune of 307 total yards and four total touchdowns. He's legitimately a league-winner if Kamara misses time. This is what handcuff dreams are made of. He's also going to have bye week appeal, even when Kamara is on the field.
3 weeks ago
James White Note
James White photo 112. James White RB - NE (vs . NYJ)
Anthony Miller Note
Anthony Miller photo 113. Anthony Miller WR - CHI (vs . GB)
Despite playing with Mitch Trubisky, Miller has now seen 139 targets in his first two seasons, compiling 85 receptions for 1,079 yards and nine touchdowns. By comparison, Robert Woods saw 139 targets last year, finishing with 90 receptions for 1,134 yards and two touchdowns. But for whatever reason, Matt Nagy has chosen not to let Miller flourish in the Bears offense. There were just seven games he saw more than three targets. In those seven games, he totaled 42 receptions for 547 yards, and two touchdowns. With Taylor Gabriel gone, it's very possible that Miller becomes more of a staple in the offense. He's best viewed as a WR4/5-type option with WR3 upside.
4 weeks ago
Baker Mayfield Note
Baker Mayfield photo 114. Baker Mayfield QB - CLE (vs . PIT)
Do you recall how horrendous Jared Goff was under Jeff Fisher back in 2016 where he averaged just 5.3 yards per attempt while throwing five touchdowns and seven interceptions? The very next year, Goff averaged 8.0 yards per attempt with 28 touchdowns and seven interceptions. It just goes to show how big of an effect a coach can have on an offense, especially one led by a young quarterback. Is Kevin Stefanski the right coach? Time will tell, but don't forget Mayfield was being drafted as the No. 4 quarterback in fantasy drafts last year. The talent is there and the surrounding cast got even better.
3 weeks ago
Rob Gronkowski Note
Rob Gronkowski photo 115. Rob Gronkowski TE - TB (vs . ATL)
The fact that Tom Brady won't have a full offseason with his new receivers, you have to wonder if he'll gravitate towards his old friend Gronkowski. During Gronkowski's career, he posted top-five-type numbers in 40.9 percent of his games, which is easily the best of all-time. In fact, the closest tight end, Travis Kelce, has posted those numbers in 31.6 percent of his games. While Gronkowski isn't the young stud he once was, but he should be a consistent presence while on the field with Brady.
3 weeks ago
Diontae Johnson Note
Diontae Johnson photo 116. Diontae Johnson WR - PIT (at CLE)
He could be one of the biggest steals in fantasy football, period. Despite being thrown to by Devlin Hodges and Mason Rudolph, Johnson was able to post WR2 or better numbers in 31.3 percent of his games as a rookie in 2019. Now getting Ben Roethlisberger back under center, he might just explode. Don't forget that there were room for two top-tier receivers with Roethlisberger under center.
3 weeks ago
Ben Roethlisberger Note
Ben Roethlisberger photo 117. Ben Roethlisberger QB - PIT (at CLE)
Daniel Jones Note
Daniel Jones photo 118. Daniel Jones QB - NYG (vs . DAL)
Here's a fun fact: Jones had two top-10 single performances by a quarterback in 2019. The only other quarterbacks who can say that are Lamar Jackson and Russell Wilson. He hit the "boom" mark in 30.8 percent of his starts in 2019, the third-highest mark in the league. Keep in mind that he did that while not having a single game with Barkley, Engram, Shepard, Tate, and Slayton all healthy. He needs to become more consistent, but he does present tons of upside.
3 weeks ago
Ryan Tannehill Note
Ryan Tannehill photo 119. Ryan Tannehill QB - TEN (at HOU)
Mike Gesicki Note
Mike Gesicki photo 120. Mike Gesicki TE - MIA (at BUF)
Jared Goff Note
Jared Goff photo 121. Jared Goff QB - LAR (vs . ARI)
Darrell Henderson Note
Darrell Henderson photo 122. Darrell Henderson RB - LAR (vs . ARI)
Some Henderson truthers are dead-set on him being "the guy" in this offense, but the Rams selecting Cam Akers with their first pick in the draft is extremely worrisome. They used a second-round pick on Akers, while Henderson himself was taken with a third-round pick. I'm not willing to say that Henderson is completely out of contention, but his value took a blow in the draft. This is likely to be a timeshare backfield, making him a risky RB3 in redraft leagues.
4 weeks ago
CeeDee Lamb Note
CeeDee Lamb photo 123. CeeDee Lamb WR - DAL (at NYG)
It was a shock to see the Cowboys snag Lamb at No. 17 overall, as they already had two top-24 receivers (fantasy-wise). This complicates the matter, as both Amari Cooper and Michael Gallup each lose target volume with Lamb in the fold. The question is: How much? It's tough to see Lamb rack up more than 80 targets in his rookie season, which means he should be kept in WR4/5 territory until we know he'll play ahead of Gallup in 2WR sets.
5 weeks ago
Dallas Goedert Note
Dallas Goedert photo 124. Dallas Goedert TE - PHI (vs . WAS)
Even though Zach Ertz played 15 games last season, Goedert still finished as a top 10 fantasy tight end so you can expect him to be in that neighborhood again. And if Ertz were to miss time, we'd be talking about Goedert as potentially a top-three tight end right away. His upside is certainly worth stashing much like a high-end backup running back.
4 weeks ago
T.J. Hockenson Note
T.J. Hockenson photo 125. T.J. Hockenson TE - DET (vs . MIN)
Jonnu Smith Note
Jonnu Smith photo 126. Jonnu Smith TE - TEN (at HOU)
Breshad Perriman Note
Breshad Perriman photo 127. Breshad Perriman WR - NYJ (at NE)
Alshon Jeffery Note
Alshon Jeffery photo 128. Alshon Jeffery WR - PHI (vs . WAS)
Since joining the Eagles in 2017, Jeffery has played 38 games for them. In those 38 games, he's finished with WR1-type numbers 10 times, while posting WR2 (or better) numbers 16 times. For someone who's being drafted outside the top 40 wide receivers, that's pretty dang good. Sure, you have to worry about injuries, but when you have him as your WR4 or WR5, you're not too concerned.
4 weeks ago
Mecole Hardman Note
Mecole Hardman photo 129. Mecole Hardman WR - KC (vs . LAC)
Jerry Jeudy Note
Jerry Jeudy photo 130. Jerry Jeudy WR - DEN (vs . LV)
We didn't get the landing spot we'd hoped for with Jeudy, as he'll fight for targets with Courtland Sutton. That doesn't mean he can't be productive in fantasy, but rather that we need to dial back expectations. The Broncos are not going to be a high-volume passing offense, which limits the potential to Jeudy and the entire offense. He's best viewed as a WR4 right now who can potentially sneak into the WR2/3 conversation, though you shouldn't bank on it.
5 weeks ago
Golden Tate Note
Golden Tate photo 131. Golden Tate WR - NYG (vs . DAL)
Preston Williams Note
Preston Williams photo 132. Preston Williams WR - MIA (at BUF)
Alexander Mattison Note
Alexander Mattison photo 133. Alexander Mattison RB - MIN (at DET)
Tarik Cohen Note
Tarik Cohen photo 134. Tarik Cohen RB - CHI (vs . GB)
We knew big play regression was coming for Cohen in 2019, though it hit him more than anyone thought possible. Did you know that Cohen posted RB1-type numbers in 31.3 percent of his games in 2018? That ranked 12th among running backs. His lack of big plays crushed his hopes in 2019, as he went down to just 6.3 percent. Still, his floor stayed intact, highlighting he's still the same player. There's an in-between 2018 and 2019 outcome that's likely in 2020. He's never going to be a workhorse running back, but he's going to beat his current ADP.
3 weeks ago
Jack Doyle Note
Jack Doyle photo 135. Jack Doyle TE - IND (vs . JAC)
Hayden Hurst Note
Hayden Hurst photo 136. Hayden Hurst TE - ATL (at TB)
Opportunity means everything to a tight end and Hurst is going to walk into plenty of it. The Falcons have used their tight end quite heavily over the last couple years and they really didn't replace Mohamed Sanu. Instead of trying to re-sign Austin Hooper, they decided it'd be better to trade a second-round pick for Hurst, showing just how much they valued him. Don't think he's not talented just because he played behind Mark Andrews. He should see 80-plus targets in 2020 en route to a top-12 finish.
4 weeks ago
Kirk Cousins Note
Kirk Cousins photo 137. Kirk Cousins QB - MIN (at DET)
A run-first offense that just lost their best receiver? Cousins is likely to finish higher than where I have him ranked because he's been durable and has zero chance of losing the starting job, but I'd rather select someone with more upside in that range. The best-case scenario for Cousins is that he finishes as a high-end QB2, which is a reach considering he threw the ball just 444 times last year.
3 weeks ago
Zack Moss Note
Zack Moss photo 138. Zack Moss RB - BUF (vs . MIA)
Duke Johnson Note
Duke Johnson photo 139. Duke Johnson RB - HOU (vs . TEN)
Chances are, you won't need to use an RB or WR from a late-round pick in the first week of the season, but if injuries, suspensions or holdouts strike, as they often do, Johnson could come in handy. The Chiefs were one of the worst teams against fantasy running backs last year, and as you may have guessed, they were torn up through the air with teams trying to play catch-up. Duke doesn't have much seasonal upside but is a steady RB4/RB5 who should benefit from that exact game-script in Week 1.
2 weeks ago
Tony Pollard Note
Tony Pollard photo 140. Tony Pollard RB - DAL (at NYG)
We saw flash out of Pollard last year, as he posted three games with 17-plus PPR points, and that was with Ezekiel Elliott on the field. Now a year older, the Cowboys may decide to dial back the veteran's workload, which would provide Pollard with a bigger role. If Elliott were to miss time, Pollard would immediately jump into the RB1 conversation.
3 weeks ago
Curtis Samuel Note
Curtis Samuel photo 141. Curtis Samuel WR - CAR (vs . NO)
Justin Jefferson Note
Justin Jefferson photo 142. Justin Jefferson WR - MIN (at DET)
The landing spot in Minnesota is a good thing for Jefferson, as Stefon Diggs is gone and Adam Thielen is going to be 30 years old (with back problems) at the start of the season. But for now, Jefferson is just a middling WR4 due to the low volume available in the Vikings offense.
5 weeks ago
Eric Ebron Note
Eric Ebron photo 143. Eric Ebron TE - PIT (at CLE)
Joe Burrow Note
Joe Burrow photo 144. Joe Burrow QB - CIN (vs . BAL)
I don't often want any part of rookie quarterbacks in year one, but Burrow is an exception to the rule. Zac Taylor's offense never had a chance to succeed last year with the injuries they had. Burrow will have A.J. Green, Tyler Boyd, John Ross, Tee Higgins, and Auden Tate at his disposal, while having a plus-receiving back in Joe Mixon. You also can't forget that he'll get first-round left tackle Jonah Williams back from injury. This offense should surprise some people.
3 weeks ago
Sammy Watkins Note
Sammy Watkins photo 145. Sammy Watkins WR - KC (vs . LAC)
DeSean Jackson Note
DeSean Jackson photo 146. DeSean Jackson WR - PHI (vs . WAS)
We only got to see Jackson in Doug Pederson's offense for one full game before the wheels fell off and Jackson needed to be shut down. In that game, he caught 8-of-9 targets for 154 yards and two touchdowns. The Eagles drafted a lot of speed, but Jackson will be there to mentor them and will be starting in 2WR sets.
3 weeks ago
Henry Ruggs III Note
Henry Ruggs III photo 147. Henry Ruggs III WR - LV (at DEN)
He was the first wide receiver off the board and now goes to a team where there's plenty of opportunity available. Ruggs isn't a wide receiver who should demand anywhere close to 120-plus targets, but knowing the equity used to acquire him, he should have no issue approaching the 100 target mark, which puts him on the WR3/4 radar, as he has game-breaking upside.
5 weeks ago
Jimmy Garoppolo Note
Jimmy Garoppolo photo 148. Jimmy Garoppolo QB - SF (vs . SEA)
Boston Scott Note
Boston Scott photo 149. Boston Scott RB - PHI (vs . WAS)
San Francisco 49ers Note
San Francisco 49ers photo 150. San Francisco 49ers DST - SF (vs . SEA)
Philip Rivers Note
Philip Rivers photo 151. Philip Rivers QB - IND (vs . JAC)
Drew Lock Note
Drew Lock photo 152. Drew Lock QB - DEN (vs . LV)
The Broncos have made it clear. If Lock can't get it done with the guys we've put in front of him, he never will. The skill-position group of Jerry Jeudy, Courtland Sutton, KJ Hamler, Melvin Gordon, and Noah Fant is suddenly one of the best in the league, and they have a few competent backups as well. He makes for a great No. 2 quarterback in 2QB leagues, and will be a streamer's favorite in 1QB leagues.
4 weeks ago
Blake Jarwin Note
Blake Jarwin photo 153. Blake Jarwin TE - DAL (at NYG)
When the Cowboys selected CeeDee Lamb at No. 17 overall, it dragged down both Michael Gallup and Jarwin, as the targets will be harder to come by. Still, you don't want to underrate Jarwin considering he and Jason Witten combined for 124 targets in this offense last year.
4 weeks ago
Adrian Peterson Note
Adrian Peterson photo 154. Adrian Peterson RB - WAS (at PHI)
Pittsburgh Steelers Note
Pittsburgh Steelers photo 155. Pittsburgh Steelers DST - PIT (at CLE)
Gardner Minshew II Note
Gardner Minshew II photo 156. Gardner Minshew II QB - JAC (at IND)
N'Keal Harry Note
N'Keal Harry photo 157. N'Keal Harry WR - NE (vs . NYJ)
Baltimore Ravens Note
Baltimore Ravens photo 158. Baltimore Ravens DST - BAL (at CIN)
Justin Jackson Note
Justin Jackson photo 159. Justin Jackson RB - LAC (at KC)
Chase Edmonds Note
Chase Edmonds photo 160. Chase Edmonds RB - ARI (at LAR)
Chris Herndon IV Note
Chris Herndon IV photo 161. Chris Herndon IV TE - NYJ (at NE)
Sam Darnold Note
Sam Darnold photo 162. Sam Darnold QB - NYJ (at NE)
Jalen Reagor Note
Jalen Reagor photo 163. Jalen Reagor WR - PHI (vs . WAS)
If everyone remains healthy in Philadelphia, it's going to be tough for Reagor to see more than 5-6 targets per game. That's the thing, though. The combination of Alshon Jeffery and DeSean Jackson is not one we're expecting to be healthy all year, which provides Reagor with some upside that could be tapped into. He's an ideal bench stash that you can play when we know Jeffery will deal with a top-tier cornerback, or if/when one of them misses a game. He could be a fantasy superstar if he gets the targets.
5 weeks ago
Ian Thomas Note
Ian Thomas photo 164. Ian Thomas TE - CAR (vs . NO)
The loss of Greg Olsen will free up the starting role for Thomas, who has done extremely well when asked to fill-in a larger role. Despite seeing just 79 targets over the last two years combined, Thomas has four games with 14.8 or more PPR points. He might hit that target number in 2020 alone.
3 weeks ago
Michael Pittman Jr. Note
Michael Pittman Jr. photo 165. Michael Pittman Jr. WR - IND (vs . JAC)
It would seem likely that Pittman would start right away, as the Colts wanted to give Philip Rivers a big-bodied wide receiver. Some have compared Pittman to Vincent Jackson, a former teammate of Rivers, and one who had a lot of success when he was on the field. The expectation is that T.Y. Hilton and Pittman will play in 2WR sets, with Parris Campbell coming on when they go three wide. Because of that, Pittman could see a consistent five-plus targets per game. He's on the WR5 radar with upside for more.
5 weeks ago
Nyheim Hines Note
Nyheim Hines photo 166. Nyheim Hines RB - IND (vs . JAC)
New England Patriots Note
New England Patriots photo 167. New England Patriots DST - NE (vs . NYJ)
Buffalo Bills Note
Buffalo Bills photo 168. Buffalo Bills DST - BUF (vs . MIA)
Hunter Renfrow Note
Hunter Renfrow photo 169. Hunter Renfrow WR - LV (at DEN)
A.J. Dillon Note
A.J. Dillon photo 170. A.J. Dillon RB - GB (at CHI)
Chicago Bears Note
Chicago Bears photo 171. Chicago Bears DST - CHI (vs . GB)
Teddy Bridgewater Note
Teddy Bridgewater photo 172. Teddy Bridgewater QB - CAR (vs . NO)
He may not be mobile anymore, but he now has D.J. Moore, Robby Anderson, Curtis Samuel, Ian Thomas, and Christian McCaffrey at his disposal. He could be the 2020 version of Jameis Winston. Why? Because his defense is going through a major rebuilding process and will be allowing tons of points, forcing the Panthers to throw more than they'd like to. He's going to be a favorite of streamers. He's going to be a great option for those in 2QB leagues.
3 weeks ago
Harrison Butker Note
Harrison Butker photo 173. Harrison Butker K - KC (vs . LAC)
Justin Tucker Note
Justin Tucker photo 174. Justin Tucker K - BAL (at CIN)
Tyrell Williams Note
Tyrell Williams photo 175. Tyrell Williams WR - LV (at DEN)
He went from someone dynasty owners gravitated towards as a top-30 wide receiver last year, to one they want no part of in just one year. I was never aboard the Williams bandwagon, but I didn't envision a scenario where he'd be completely removed from the starting lineup. After they drafted Henry Ruggs, Bryan Edwards, and Lynn Bowden, it's tough to see a spot for him on the field, and maybe the roster.
4 weeks ago
Rashaad Penny Note
Rashaad Penny photo 176. Rashaad Penny RB - SEA (at SF)
Corey Davis Note
Corey Davis photo 177. Corey Davis WR - TEN (at HOU)
Parris Campbell Note
Parris Campbell photo 178. Parris Campbell WR - IND (vs . JAC)
He didn't make a big impact during his rookie season, but now that Chester Rogers is gone, Campbell should have the starting slot role all to himself. Not only will he be a starter this year, but he'll also get a quarterback upgrade with Philip Rivers in town. Campbell has big-play upside, and at this cost, you only need a few of them.
3 weeks ago
Jamaal Williams Note
Jamaal Williams photo 179. Jamaal Williams RB - GB (at CHI)
Wil Lutz Note
Wil Lutz photo 180. Wil Lutz K - NO (at CAR)
Allen Lazard Note
Allen Lazard photo 181. Allen Lazard WR - GB (at CHI)
In a draft class littered with wide receiver talent, I'm fairly certain that everyone had the Packers taking a wide receiver in the first three rounds. Not only did they not do that, but they didn't draft one at all. Lazard looks to be the No. 2 in the offense, provided he can beat out Devin Funchess, who also gained value in the aftermath of the draft.
4 weeks ago
Minnesota Vikings Note
Minnesota Vikings photo 182. Minnesota Vikings DST - MIN (at DET)
Greg Olsen Note
Greg Olsen photo 183. Greg Olsen TE - SEA (at SF)
Derek Carr Note
Derek Carr photo 184. Derek Carr QB - LV (at DEN)
Dede Westbrook Note
Dede Westbrook photo 185. Dede Westbrook WR - JAC (at IND)
John Ross Note
John Ross photo 186. John Ross WR - CIN (vs . BAL)
We saw flashes of what could be a great player in 2019 with Ross, as he racked up 270 yards and three touchdowns over the first two weeks of the season in Zac Taylor's offense. Sure, A.J. Green is back to take a lot of targets but adding Joe Burrow's arm to the offense will help deliver the ball down the field to the speedy Ross. He's not going to be consistent, but we aren't looking for consistency in this range.
3 weeks ago
James Washington Note
James Washington photo 187. James Washington WR - PIT (at CLE)
New Orleans Saints Note
New Orleans Saints photo 188. New Orleans Saints DST - NO (at CAR)
Larry Fitzgerald Note
Larry Fitzgerald photo 189. Larry Fitzgerald WR - ARI (at LAR)
Greg Zuerlein Note
Greg Zuerlein photo 190. Greg Zuerlein K - DAL (at NYG)
Denzel Mims Note
Denzel Mims photo 191. Denzel Mims WR - NYJ (at NE)
The Jets surely needed wide receivers, and knowing Mims was a second-round pick, he's going to get plenty of opportunity to shine. He's essentially the receiver that the Jets have given Sam Darnold to grow with throughout his NFL career, as Breshad Perriman's contract was just for one year. Because of that, Mims should see 70-plus targets in year one with growth for more, and he likely walks in as the best contested catch receiver on the team, meaning he could be a favorite in the red zone.
5 weeks ago
O.J. Howard Note
O.J. Howard photo 192. O.J. Howard TE - TB (vs . ATL)
Los Angeles Rams Note
Los Angeles Rams photo 193. Los Angeles Rams DST - LAR (vs . ARI)
Irv Smith Jr. Note
Irv Smith Jr. photo 194. Irv Smith Jr. TE - MIN (at DET)
Kenny Stills Note
Kenny Stills photo 195. Kenny Stills WR - HOU (vs . TEN)
Kansas City Chiefs Note
Kansas City Chiefs photo 196. Kansas City Chiefs DST - KC (vs . LAC)
Cole Beasley Note
Cole Beasley photo 197. Cole Beasley WR - BUF (vs . MIA)
Malcolm Brown Note
Malcolm Brown photo 198. Malcolm Brown RB - LAR (vs . ARI)
Brandon Aiyuk Note
Brandon Aiyuk photo 199. Brandon Aiyuk WR - SF (vs . SEA)
When a receiver is drafted in the first round, he's starting immediately. When that player was traded up for, they already have a plan in mind. Aiyuk is someone who can stretch the field, while Deebo Samuel and George Kittle work the underneath part of the field. The 49ers did not take very many deep shots last year, which doesn't bode well for Aiyuk from a fantasy perspective, but it could've been that they didn't have the personnel necessary to do so. He's just a late-round bench stash right now who will have some big weeks.
5 weeks ago
Ryquell Armstead Note
Ryquell Armstead photo 200. Ryquell Armstead RB - JAC (at IND)
Kyle Rudolph Note
Kyle Rudolph photo 201. Kyle Rudolph TE - MIN (at DET)
Robbie Gould Note
Robbie Gould photo 202. Robbie Gould K - SF (vs . SEA)
Anthony McFarland Jr. Note
Anthony McFarland Jr. photo 203. Anthony McFarland Jr. RB - PIT (at CLE)
Randall Cobb Note
Randall Cobb photo 204. Randall Cobb WR - HOU (vs . TEN)
Matt Gay Note
Matt Gay photo 205. Matt Gay K - TB (vs . ATL)
Tee Higgins Note
Tee Higgins photo 206. Tee Higgins WR - CIN (vs . BAL)
This was a questionable draft pick, only because I don't see him getting on the field right away. The Bengals have A.J. Green, Tyler Boyd, and John Ross who figure to be the starters, while Auden Tate showed the ability to be competent last year. This could be more of a "beyond 2020" selection, as Green is currently being franchise tagged. Unless the Bengals trade someone, Higgins doesn't have much redraft appeal.
5 weeks ago
Philadelphia Eagles Note
Philadelphia Eagles photo 207. Philadelphia Eagles DST - PHI (vs . WAS)
The Eagles defense will either be drafted very late in most leagues or not at all. As of now, Philly is the #13 D/ST in ECR which puts them right on the fence. Frankly, though, there are only three defenses I'd draft over them (PIT, SF and NE in that order). It isn't as though the Eagles have a world-beating defense this year but rather, their Week 1 (and 2 vs LAR) matchups are so good that they'll return more value than other D/ST1s who are fringe-startable in Week 1. The position is so volatile that you can't waste draft capital on a fantasy asset that is historically more likely to finish outside the top 12 D/STs than within the top 5. Take the Eagles against Dwayne Haskins (then Jared Goff), celebrate double-digit fantasy points and move onto the next one-hit-wonder in Week 3.
2 weeks ago
Denver Broncos Note
Denver Broncos photo 208. Denver Broncos DST - DEN (vs . LV)
Darrynton Evans Note
Darrynton Evans photo 209. Darrynton Evans RB - TEN (at HOU)
Joshua Kelley Note
Joshua Kelley photo 210. Joshua Kelley RB - LAC (at KC)
Dawson Knox Note
Dawson Knox photo 211. Dawson Knox TE - BUF (vs . MIA)
Justice Hill Note
Justice Hill photo 212. Justice Hill RB - BAL (at CIN)
It was a shame we didn't get to see Hill in a bigger role last year, but we all felt that Mark Ingram was a year closer to the end, and Gus Edwards was going to be a free agent. Well... Ingram is still closer to retirement, but Edwards was retained by the team, and then they went and drafted JK Dobbins in the second round, eliminating the shot of Hill getting a bigger role. He's going to be stuck in the 4-6 touches per game role unless there are multiple injuries.
4 weeks ago
Matt Prater Note
Matt Prater photo 213. Matt Prater K - DET (vs . MIN)
Los Angeles Chargers Note
Los Angeles Chargers photo 214. Los Angeles Chargers DST - LAC (at KC)
Laviska Shenault Jr. Note
Laviska Shenault Jr. photo 215. Laviska Shenault Jr. WR - JAC (at IND)
He's coming off core muscle surgery and won't be around the team for a bit, so it's probably not likely we'll see Shenault make a big splash in year one. He'll likely be rotated in with Chris Conley, while D.J. Chark and Dede Westbrook are cemented in the lineup. It's better to take a wait-and-see approach with Shenault.
5 weeks ago
New York Jets Note
New York Jets photo 216. New York Jets DST - NYJ (at NE)
Devin Funchess Note
Devin Funchess photo 217. Devin Funchess WR - GB (at CHI)
Seattle Seahawks Note
Seattle Seahawks photo 218. Seattle Seahawks DST - SEA (at SF)
Giovani Bernard Note
Giovani Bernard photo 219. Giovani Bernard RB - CIN (vs . BAL)
Zane Gonzalez Note
Zane Gonzalez photo 220. Zane Gonzalez K - ARI (at LAR)
Jace Sternberger Note
Jace Sternberger photo 221. Jace Sternberger TE - GB (at CHI)
There were many (myself included) who considered Sternberger a major buy-low target in dynasty leagues, though we can't pretend there wasn't a possibility the Packers added another option. They drafted a tight end, and in the third round, but it was Josiah Deguara, a player the Packers themselves described as a fullback. Sternberger should get plenty of opportunity.
4 weeks ago
Benny Snell Jr. Note
Benny Snell Jr. photo 222. Benny Snell Jr. RB - PIT (at CLE)
Antonio Gibson Note
Antonio Gibson photo 223. Antonio Gibson RB - WAS (at PHI)
Michael Badgley Note
Michael Badgley photo 224. Michael Badgley K - LAC (at KC)
Tennessee Titans Note
Tennessee Titans photo 225. Tennessee Titans DST - TEN (at HOU)
Ka'imi Fairbairn Note
Ka'imi Fairbairn photo 226. Ka'imi Fairbairn K - HOU (vs . TEN)
Mohamed Sanu Note
Mohamed Sanu photo 227. Mohamed Sanu WR - NE (vs . NYJ)
Will Dissly Note
Will Dissly photo 228. Will Dissly TE - SEA (at SF)
Injuries have sadly derailed the production for Dissly, but when on the field, he's been ridiculously good. He's only played 10 games, but in those games, he's posted TE1-type numbers in 60 percent of them. That's the same percentage as George Kittle in his career. Again, it's a small sample size, but as the 31st tight end off the board? He's well worth the risk. And no, don't worry about Greg Olsen.
4 weeks ago
Jake Elliott Note
Jake Elliott photo 229. Jake Elliott K - PHI (vs . WAS)
Damien Harris Note
Damien Harris photo 230. Damien Harris RB - NE (vs . NYJ)
The 2019 usage, or lack thereof, for Harris was puzzling to say the least. When you draft a running back in the third round, you typically use him in some sort of role. Of the 22 running backs who've been drafted in the third round over the last seven years, Harris' four touches were the fewest. He's the clear-cut handcuff to Sony Michel who's been extremely inefficient. If that continues in 2020, we could see the Patriots activate Harris (who doesn't contribute on special teams) and use him as their early-down back.
3 weeks ago
Josh Reynolds Note
Josh Reynolds photo 231. Josh Reynolds WR - LAR (vs . ARI)
Tyrod Taylor Note
Tyrod Taylor photo 232. Tyrod Taylor QB - LAC (at KC)
If I miss out on the low-end QB1/high-end QB2 upside plays like Aaron Rodgers, Baker Mayfield and Matthew Stafford, you'd better believe I'll be playing the quarterback streaming game. As crazy as it may sound, Tyrod is the top option in Week 1 so he is actually draftable in one-QB leagues. Not only does he take on one of the weakest defenses in Week 1, but his next eight weeks before the bye are ALL promising matchups (KC, CAR, @TB, @NO, NYJ, @MIA, JAC, LV) so don't be surprised if he is sitting within the top 12 fantasy QBs by mid-season.
2 weeks ago
Ryan Fitzpatrick Note
Ryan Fitzpatrick photo 233. Ryan Fitzpatrick QB - MIA (at BUF)
Dwayne Haskins Note
Dwayne Haskins photo 234. Dwayne Haskins QB - WAS (at PHI)
Carlos Hyde Note
Carlos Hyde photo 235. Carlos Hyde RB - SEA (at SF)
Mason Crosby Note
Mason Crosby photo 236. Mason Crosby K - GB (at CHI)
Jalen Richard Note
Jalen Richard photo 237. Jalen Richard RB - LV (at DEN)
Green Bay Packers Note
Green Bay Packers photo 238. Green Bay Packers DST - GB (at CHI)
Royce Freeman Note
Royce Freeman photo 239. Royce Freeman RB - DEN (vs . LV)
Tre'Quan Smith Note
Tre'Quan Smith photo 240. Tre'Quan Smith WR - NO (at CAR)
David Njoku Note
David Njoku photo 241. David Njoku TE - CLE (vs . PIT)
Not only did the Browns add Austin Hooper in free agency, but they decided to throw down a fourth-round pick on Harrison Bryant, another tight end to add to the mix. The Browns further hurt Njoku's value when they picked up the fifth-year option on his contract. He's in a bad place right now. All dynasty owners can hope is that he's traded.
4 weeks ago
Gerald Everett Note
Gerald Everett photo 242. Gerald Everett TE - LAR (vs . ARI)
Devonta Freeman Note
Devonta Freeman photo 243. Devonta Freeman RB - FA (BYE)
Cleveland Browns Note
Cleveland Browns photo 244. Cleveland Browns DST - CLE (vs . PIT)
Andy Isabella Note
Andy Isabella photo 245. Andy Isabella WR - ARI (at LAR)
Indianapolis Colts Note
Indianapolis Colts photo 246. Indianapolis Colts DST - IND (vs . JAC)
Ito Smith Note
Ito Smith photo 247. Ito Smith RB - ATL (at TB)
Dan Bailey Note
Dan Bailey photo 248. Dan Bailey K - MIN (at DET)
Gus Edwards Note
Gus Edwards photo 249. Gus Edwards RB - BAL (at CIN)
Dallas Cowboys Note
Dallas Cowboys photo 250. Dallas Cowboys DST - DAL (at NYG)
Miles Boykin Note
Miles Boykin photo 251. Miles Boykin WR - BAL (at CIN)
Danny Amendola Note
Danny Amendola photo 252. Danny Amendola WR - DET (vs . MIN)
Jimmy Graham Note
Jimmy Graham photo 253. Jimmy Graham TE - CHI (vs . GB)
Brandon McManus Note
Brandon McManus photo 254. Brandon McManus K - DEN (vs . LV)
Chris Conley Note
Chris Conley photo 255. Chris Conley WR - JAC (at IND)
Chase Claypool Note
Chase Claypool photo 256. Chase Claypool WR - PIT (at CLE)
Rex Burkhead Note
Rex Burkhead photo 257. Rex Burkhead RB - NE (vs . NYJ)
Joey Slye Note
Joey Slye photo 258. Joey Slye K - CAR (vs . NO)
Kelvin Harmon Note
Kelvin Harmon photo 259. Kelvin Harmon WR - WAS (at PHI)
Jason Myers Note
Jason Myers photo 260. Jason Myers K - SEA (at SF)
Albert Wilson Note
Albert Wilson photo 261. Albert Wilson WR - MIA (at BUF)
Jaylen Samuels Note
Jaylen Samuels photo 262. Jaylen Samuels RB - PIT (at CLE)
Nick Foles Note
Nick Foles photo 263. Nick Foles QB - CHI (vs . GB)
Younghoe Koo Note
Younghoe Koo photo 264. Younghoe Koo K - ATL (at TB)
Tampa Bay Buccaneers Note
Tampa Bay Buccaneers photo 265. Tampa Bay Buccaneers DST - TB (vs . ATL)
Dion Lewis Note
Dion Lewis photo 266. Dion Lewis RB - NYG (vs . DAL)
Jarrett Stidham Note
Jarrett Stidham photo 267. Jarrett Stidham QB - NE (vs . NYJ)
Chris Boswell Note
Chris Boswell photo 268. Chris Boswell K - PIT (at CLE)
KJ Hamler Note
KJ Hamler photo 269. KJ Hamler WR - DEN (vs . LV)
Steven Sims Note
Steven Sims photo 270. Steven Sims WR - WAS (at PHI)
Houston Texans Note
Houston Texans photo 271. Houston Texans DST - HOU (vs . TEN)
Phillip Dorsett Note
Phillip Dorsett photo 272. Phillip Dorsett WR - SEA (at SF)
Zach Pascal Note
Zach Pascal photo 273. Zach Pascal WR - IND (vs . JAC)
DeAndre Washington Note
DeAndre Washington photo 274. DeAndre Washington RB - KC (vs . LAC)
Stephen Hauschka Note
Stephen Hauschka photo 275. Stephen Hauschka K - BUF (vs . MIA)
Vance McDonald Note
Vance McDonald photo 276. Vance McDonald TE - PIT (at CLE)
Darwin Thompson Note
Darwin Thompson photo 277. Darwin Thompson RB - KC (vs . LAC)
Chris Thompson Note
Chris Thompson photo 278. Chris Thompson RB - JAC (at IND)
Jalen Hurd Note
Jalen Hurd photo 279. Jalen Hurd WR - SF (vs . SEA)
Russell Gage Note
Russell Gage photo 280. Russell Gage WR - ATL (at TB)
Josh Lambo Note
Josh Lambo photo 281. Josh Lambo K - JAC (at IND)
Jerick McKinnon Note
Jerick McKinnon photo 282. Jerick McKinnon RB - SF (vs . SEA)
Auden Tate Note
Auden Tate photo 283. Auden Tate WR - CIN (vs . BAL)
I'm not going to pretend that Tate had a ton of value pre-draft, but he definitely had some considering A.J. Green was likely gone after 2020. Well, the Bengals snagged his replacement in Tee Higgins with the first pick in the second round. Tate is once again multiple injuries away from fantasy relevance.
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Tua Tagovailoa Note
Tua Tagovailoa photo 284. Tua Tagovailoa QB - MIA (at BUF)
J.J. Arcega-Whiteside Note
J.J. Arcega-Whiteside photo 285. J.J. Arcega-Whiteside WR - PHI (vs . WAS)
Peyton Barber Note
Peyton Barber photo 286. Peyton Barber RB - WAS (at PHI)
Stephen Gostkowski Note
Stephen Gostkowski photo 287. Stephen Gostkowski K - FA (BYE)
Marquez Valdes-Scantling Note
Marquez Valdes-Scantling photo 288. Marquez Valdes-Scantling WR - GB (at CHI)
Adam Humphries Note
Adam Humphries photo 289. Adam Humphries WR - TEN (at HOU)
Austin Seibert Note
Austin Seibert photo 290. Austin Seibert K - CLE (vs . PIT)
Jacksonville Jaguars Note
Jacksonville Jaguars photo 291. Jacksonville Jaguars DST - JAC (at IND)
Washington Redskins Note
Washington Redskins photo 292. Washington Redskins DST - WAS (at PHI)
Demarcus Robinson Note
Demarcus Robinson photo 293. Demarcus Robinson WR - KC (vs . LAC)
Brett Maher Note
Brett Maher photo 294. Brett Maher K - NYJ (at NE)
Nelson Agholor Note
Nelson Agholor photo 295. Nelson Agholor WR - LV (at DEN)
Aldrick Rosas Note
Aldrick Rosas photo 296. Aldrick Rosas K - NYG (vs . DAL)
David Moore Note
David Moore photo 297. David Moore WR - SEA (at SF)
Mitch Trubisky Note
Mitch Trubisky photo 298. Mitch Trubisky QB - CHI (vs . GB)
Atlanta Falcons Note
Atlanta Falcons photo 299. Atlanta Falcons DST - ATL (at TB)
Cameron Brate Note
Cameron Brate photo 300. Cameron Brate TE - TB (vs . ATL)
Jacob Hollister Note
Jacob Hollister photo 301. Jacob Hollister TE - SEA (at SF)
Lamical Perine Note
Lamical Perine photo 302. Lamical Perine RB - NYJ (at NE)
Mike Boone Note
Mike Boone photo 303. Mike Boone RB - MIN (at DET)
Devin Duvernay Note
Devin Duvernay photo 304. Devin Duvernay WR - BAL (at CIN)
Daniel Carlson Note
Daniel Carlson photo 305. Daniel Carlson K - LV (at DEN)
Detroit Lions Note
Detroit Lions photo 306. Detroit Lions DST - DET (vs . MIN)
Jakobi Meyers Note
Jakobi Meyers photo 307. Jakobi Meyers WR - NE (vs . NYJ)
Tyler Eifert Note
Tyler Eifert photo 308. Tyler Eifert TE - JAC (at IND)
Bryce Love Note
Bryce Love photo 309. Bryce Love RB - WAS (at PHI)
Cam Newton Note
Cam Newton photo 310. Cam Newton QB - FA (BYE)
Van Jefferson Note
Van Jefferson photo 311. Van Jefferson WR - LAR (vs . ARI)
Trey Burton Note
Trey Burton photo 312. Trey Burton TE - IND (vs . JAC)
Brian Hill Note
Brian Hill photo 313. Brian Hill RB - ATL (at TB)
DeeJay Dallas Note
DeeJay Dallas photo 314. DeeJay Dallas RB - SEA (at SF)
Keke Coutee Note
Keke Coutee photo 315. Keke Coutee WR - HOU (vs . TEN)
Antonio Gandy-Golden Note
Antonio Gandy-Golden photo 316. Antonio Gandy-Golden WR - WAS (at PHI)
Carolina Panthers Note
Carolina Panthers photo 317. Carolina Panthers DST - CAR (vs . NO)
Frank Gore Note
Frank Gore photo 318. Frank Gore RB - NYJ (at NE)
Justin Herbert Note
Justin Herbert photo 319. Justin Herbert QB - LAC (at KC)
Darrel Williams Note
Darrel Williams photo 320. Darrel Williams RB - KC (vs . LAC)
Darren Fells Note
Darren Fells photo 321. Darren Fells TE - HOU (vs . TEN)
Dustin Hopkins Note
Dustin Hopkins photo 322. Dustin Hopkins K - WAS (at PHI)
Las Vegas Raiders Note
Las Vegas Raiders photo 323. Las Vegas Raiders DST - LV (at DEN)
Jordan Wilkins Note
Jordan Wilkins photo 324. Jordan Wilkins RB - IND (vs . JAC)
Dare Ogunbowale Note
Dare Ogunbowale photo 325. Dare Ogunbowale RB - TB (vs . ATL)
Willie Snead Note
Willie Snead photo 326. Willie Snead WR - BAL (at CIN)
T.J. Yeldon Note
T.J. Yeldon photo 327. T.J. Yeldon RB - BUF (vs . MIA)
Patrick Laird Note
Patrick Laird photo 328. Patrick Laird RB - MIA (at BUF)
Marquise Goodwin Note
Marquise Goodwin photo 329. Marquise Goodwin WR - PHI (vs . WAS)
Jordan Akins Note
Jordan Akins photo 330. Jordan Akins TE - HOU (vs . TEN)
DaeSean Hamilton Note
DaeSean Hamilton photo 331. DaeSean Hamilton WR - DEN (vs . LV)
Chase McLaughlin Note
Chase McLaughlin photo 332. Chase McLaughlin K - IND (vs . JAC)
Travis Homer Note
Travis Homer photo 333. Travis Homer RB - SEA (at SF)
Lamar Miller Note
Lamar Miller photo 334. Lamar Miller RB - FA (BYE)
Wayne Gallman Note
Wayne Gallman photo 335. Wayne Gallman RB - NYG (vs . DAL)
Jameis Winston Note
Jameis Winston photo 336. Jameis Winston QB - NO (at CAR)
Reggie Bonnafon Note
Reggie Bonnafon photo 337. Reggie Bonnafon RB - CAR (vs . NO)
Bo Scarbrough Note
Bo Scarbrough photo 338. Bo Scarbrough RB - DET (vs . MIN)
Kai Forbath Note
Kai Forbath photo 339. Kai Forbath K - DAL (at NYG)
Bryan Edwards Note
Bryan Edwards photo 340. Bryan Edwards WR - LV (at DEN)
Antonio Brown Note
Antonio Brown photo 341. Antonio Brown WR - FA (BYE)
Lynn Bowden Jr. Note
Lynn Bowden Jr. photo 342. Lynn Bowden Jr. WR,RB - LV (at DEN)
Adam Vinatieri Note
Adam Vinatieri photo 343. Adam Vinatieri K - FA (BYE)
Myles Gaskin Note
Myles Gaskin photo 344. Myles Gaskin RB - MIA (at BUF)
Demaryius Thomas Note
Demaryius Thomas photo 345. Demaryius Thomas WR - FA (BYE)
Qadree Ollison Note
Qadree Ollison photo 346. Qadree Ollison RB - ATL (at TB)
Delanie Walker Note
Delanie Walker photo 347. Delanie Walker TE - FA (BYE)
Tyler Johnson Note
Tyler Johnson photo 348. Tyler Johnson WR - TB (vs . ATL)
Cole Kmet Note
Cole Kmet photo 349. Cole Kmet TE - CHI (vs . GB)
Kendrick Bourne Note
Kendrick Bourne photo 350. Kendrick Bourne WR - SF (vs . SEA)
Ted Ginn Note
Ted Ginn photo 351. Ted Ginn WR - CHI (vs . GB)
Eno Benjamin Note
Eno Benjamin photo 352. Eno Benjamin RB - ARI (at LAR)
C.J. Uzomah Note
C.J. Uzomah photo 353. C.J. Uzomah TE - CIN (vs . BAL)
Randy Bullock Note
Randy Bullock photo 354. Randy Bullock K - CIN (vs . BAL)
Dante Pettis Note
Dante Pettis photo 355. Dante Pettis WR - SF (vs . SEA)
LeSean McCoy Note
LeSean McCoy photo 356. LeSean McCoy RB - FA (BYE)
Kalen Ballage Note
Kalen Ballage photo 357. Kalen Ballage RB - MIA (at BUF)
Greg Ward Note
Greg Ward photo 358. Greg Ward WR - PHI (vs . WAS)
Keelan Cole Note
Keelan Cole photo 359. Keelan Cole WR - JAC (at IND)
Taylor Gabriel Note
Taylor Gabriel photo 360. Taylor Gabriel WR - FA (BYE)
Andy Dalton Note
Andy Dalton photo 361. Andy Dalton QB - DAL (at NYG)
Ryan Griffin Note
Ryan Griffin photo 362. Ryan Griffin TE - NYJ (at NE)
Geronimo Allison Note
Geronimo Allison photo 363. Geronimo Allison WR - DET (vs . MIN)
Arizona Cardinals Note
Arizona Cardinals photo 364. Arizona Cardinals DST - ARI (at LAR)
Jason Witten Note
Jason Witten photo 365. Jason Witten TE - LV (at DEN)
Justin Watson Note
Justin Watson photo 366. Justin Watson WR - TB (vs . ATL)
Josh Oliver Note
Josh Oliver photo 367. Josh Oliver TE - JAC (at IND)
Nick Boyle Note
Nick Boyle photo 368. Nick Boyle TE - BAL (at CIN)
Justin Rohrwasser Note
Justin Rohrwasser photo 369. Justin Rohrwasser K - NE (vs . NYJ)
Paul Richardson Jr. Note
Paul Richardson Jr. photo 370. Paul Richardson Jr. WR - FA (BYE)
Marcus Mariota Note
Marcus Mariota photo 371. Marcus Mariota QB - LV (at DEN)
New York Giants Note
New York Giants photo 372. New York Giants DST - NYG (vs . DAL)
Josh Gordon Note
Josh Gordon photo 373. Josh Gordon WR - FA (BYE)
KeeSean Johnson Note
KeeSean Johnson photo 374. KeeSean Johnson WR - ARI (at LAR)
Cincinnati Bengals Note
Cincinnati Bengals photo 375. Cincinnati Bengals DST - CIN (vs . BAL)
Jacoby Brissett Note
Jacoby Brissett photo 376. Jacoby Brissett QB - IND (vs . JAC)
Adam Trautman Note
Adam Trautman photo 377. Adam Trautman TE - NO (at CAR)
Jeff Wilson Note
Jeff Wilson photo 378. Jeff Wilson RB - SF (vs . SEA)
Devin Asiasi Note
Devin Asiasi photo 379. Devin Asiasi TE - NE (vs . NYJ)
Tajae Sharpe Note
Tajae Sharpe photo 380. Tajae Sharpe WR - MIN (at DET)
Trayveon Williams Note
Trayveon Williams photo 381. Trayveon Williams RB - CIN (vs . BAL)
Miami Dolphins Note
Miami Dolphins photo 382. Miami Dolphins DST - MIA (at BUF)
Mike Davis Note
Mike Davis photo 383. Mike Davis RB - CAR (vs . NO)
Taysom Hill Note
Taysom Hill photo 384. Taysom Hill QB,TE - NO (at CAR)
Corey Clement Note
Corey Clement photo 385. Corey Clement RB - PHI (vs . WAS)
Dexter Williams Note
Dexter Williams photo 386. Dexter Williams RB - GB (at CHI)
Zay Jones Note
Zay Jones photo 387. Zay Jones WR - LV (at DEN)
Jeremy Sprinkle Note
Jeremy Sprinkle photo 388. Jeremy Sprinkle TE - WAS (at PHI)
Dontrell Hilliard Note
Dontrell Hilliard photo 389. Dontrell Hilliard RB - CLE (vs . PIT)
Marqise Lee Note
Marqise Lee photo 390. Marqise Lee WR - NE (vs . NYJ)
Raymond Calais Note
Raymond Calais photo 391. Raymond Calais RB - TB (vs . ATL)
Bilal Powell Note
Bilal Powell photo 392. Bilal Powell RB - FA (BYE)
Eddy Pineiro Note
Eddy Pineiro photo 393. Eddy Pineiro K - CHI (vs . GB)
Ty Johnson Note
Ty Johnson photo 394. Ty Johnson RB - DET (vs . MIN)
Jalen Hurts Note
Jalen Hurts photo 395. Jalen Hurts QB - PHI (vs . WAS)
Kyle Juszczyk Note
Kyle Juszczyk photo 396. Kyle Juszczyk RB - SF (vs . SEA)
Dalton Keene Note
Dalton Keene photo 397. Dalton Keene TE - NE (vs . NYJ)
Jason Sanders Note
Jason Sanders photo 398. Jason Sanders K - MIA (at BUF)
Kaden Smith Note
Kaden Smith photo 399. Kaden Smith TE - NYG (vs . DAL)
Ty Montgomery Note
Ty Montgomery photo 400. Ty Montgomery RB - NO (at CAR)
Hakeem Butler Note
Hakeem Butler photo 401. Hakeem Butler WR - ARI (at LAR)
Scott Miller Note
Scott Miller photo 402. Scott Miller WR - TB (vs . ATL)
Foster Moreau Note
Foster Moreau photo 403. Foster Moreau TE - LV (at DEN)
Greg Joseph Note
Greg Joseph photo 404. Greg Joseph K - TEN (at HOU)
Albert Okwuegbunam Note
Albert Okwuegbunam photo 405. Albert Okwuegbunam TE - DEN (vs . LV)
Drew Sample Note
Drew Sample photo 406. Drew Sample TE - CIN (vs . BAL)
Jake Kumerow Note
Jake Kumerow photo 407. Jake Kumerow WR - GB (at CHI)
Javon Wims Note
Javon Wims photo 408. Javon Wims WR - CHI (vs . GB)
Sam Sloman Note
Sam Sloman photo 409. Sam Sloman K - LAR (vs . ARI)
Thaddeus Moss Note
Thaddeus Moss photo 410. Thaddeus Moss TE - WAS (at PHI)
C.J. Anderson Note
C.J. Anderson photo 411. C.J. Anderson RB - FA (BYE)
Kerrith Whyte Jr. Note
Kerrith Whyte Jr. photo 412. Kerrith Whyte Jr. RB - PIT (at CLE)
K.J. Hill Note
K.J. Hill photo 413. K.J. Hill WR - LAC (at KC)
Rashard Higgins Note
Rashard Higgins photo 414. Rashard Higgins WR - CLE (vs . PIT)
Olabisi Johnson Note
Olabisi Johnson photo 415. Olabisi Johnson WR - MIN (at DET)
Cordarrelle Patterson Note
Cordarrelle Patterson photo 416. Cordarrelle Patterson WR - CHI (vs . GB)
Ryan Nall Note
Ryan Nall photo 417. Ryan Nall RB - CHI (vs . GB)
Trent Taylor Note
Trent Taylor photo 418. Trent Taylor WR - SF (vs . SEA)
Brycen Hopkins Note
Brycen Hopkins photo 419. Brycen Hopkins TE - LAR (vs . ARI)
Devontae Booker Note
Devontae Booker photo 420. Devontae Booker RB - LV (at DEN)
Kyle Allen Note
Kyle Allen photo 421. Kyle Allen QB - WAS (at PHI)
James Proche Note
James Proche photo 422. James Proche WR - BAL (at CIN)
Gabriel Davis Note
Gabriel Davis photo 423. Gabriel Davis WR - BUF (vs . MIA)
Donovan Peoples-Jones Note
Donovan Peoples-Jones photo 424. Donovan Peoples-Jones WR - CLE (vs . PIT)
Devine Ozigbo Note
Devine Ozigbo photo 425. Devine Ozigbo RB - JAC (at IND)
Hunter Bryant Note
Hunter Bryant photo 426. Hunter Bryant TE - DET (vs . MIN)
Jay Ajayi Note
Jay Ajayi photo 427. Jay Ajayi RB - FA (BYE)
Jaeden Graham Note
Jaeden Graham photo 428. Jaeden Graham TE - ATL (at TB)
John Kelly Note
John Kelly photo 429. John Kelly RB - LAR (vs . ARI)
Isaiah Coulter Note
Isaiah Coulter photo 430. Isaiah Coulter WR - HOU (vs . TEN)
Donte Moncrief Note
Donte Moncrief photo 431. Donte Moncrief WR - FA (BYE)
James Robinson Note
James Robinson photo 432. James Robinson RB - JAC (at IND)
Joe Reed Note
Joe Reed photo 433. Joe Reed WR - LAC (at KC)
Jordan Reed Note
Jordan Reed photo 434. Jordan Reed TE - FA (BYE)
Dan Arnold Note
Dan Arnold photo 435. Dan Arnold TE - ARI (at LAR)
Dwayne Washington Note
Dwayne Washington photo 436. Dwayne Washington RB - NO (at CAR)
Rodney Anderson Note
Rodney Anderson photo 437. Rodney Anderson RB - CIN (vs . BAL)
Salvon Ahmed Note
Salvon Ahmed photo 438. Salvon Ahmed RB - SF (vs . SEA)
Trey Quinn Note
Trey Quinn photo 439. Trey Quinn WR - WAS (at PHI)
Maxx Williams Note
Maxx Williams photo 440. Maxx Williams TE - ARI (at LAR)
Ryan Succop Note
Ryan Succop photo 441. Ryan Succop K - FA (BYE)
Allen Hurns Note
Allen Hurns photo 442. Allen Hurns WR - MIA (at BUF)
Karan Higdon Note
Karan Higdon photo 443. Karan Higdon RB - HOU (vs . TEN)
David Fluellen Note
David Fluellen photo 444. David Fluellen RB - FA (BYE)
Robert Foster Note
Robert Foster photo 445. Robert Foster WR - BUF (vs . MIA)
Case Keenum Note
Case Keenum photo 446. Case Keenum QB - CLE (vs . PIT)
Matt LaCosse Note
Matt LaCosse photo 447. Matt LaCosse TE - NE (vs . NYJ)
Dez Bryant Note
Dez Bryant photo 448. Dez Bryant WR - FA (BYE)
Adrian Killins Jr. Note
Adrian Killins Jr. photo 449. Adrian Killins Jr. RB - PHI (vs . WAS)
Josh Doctson Note
Josh Doctson photo 450. Josh Doctson WR - NYJ (at NE)
Darnell Mooney Note
Darnell Mooney photo 451. Darnell Mooney WR - CHI (vs . GB)
J.D. McKissic Note
J.D. McKissic photo 452. J.D. McKissic RB - WAS (at PHI)
Shelton Gibson Note
Shelton Gibson photo 453. Shelton Gibson WR - PHI (vs . WAS)
Riley Ridley Note
Riley Ridley photo 454. Riley Ridley WR - CHI (vs . GB)
Trey Edmunds Note
Trey Edmunds photo 455. Trey Edmunds RB - PIT (at CLE)
Jordan Scarlett Note
Jordan Scarlett photo 456. Jordan Scarlett RB - CAR (vs . NO)
Anthony Firkser Note
Anthony Firkser photo 457. Anthony Firkser TE - TEN (at HOU)
Mo Alie-Cox Note
Mo Alie-Cox photo 458. Mo Alie-Cox TE - IND (vs . JAC)
Josh Rosen Note
Josh Rosen photo 459. Josh Rosen QB - MIA (at BUF)
Rodrigo Blankenship Note
Rodrigo Blankenship photo 460. Rodrigo Blankenship K - IND (vs . JAC)
Corey Coleman Note
Corey Coleman photo 461. Corey Coleman WR - NYG (vs . DAL)
CJ Ham Note
CJ Ham photo 462. CJ Ham RB - MIN (at DET)
Nick Vannett Note
Nick Vannett photo 463. Nick Vannett TE - DEN (vs . LV)
Damiere Byrd Note
Damiere Byrd photo 464. Damiere Byrd WR - NE (vs . NYJ)
Seth Roberts Note
Seth Roberts photo 465. Seth Roberts WR - CAR (vs . NO)
Chris Hogan Note
Chris Hogan photo 466. Chris Hogan WR - FA (BYE)
Kahale Warring Note
Kahale Warring photo 467. Kahale Warring TE - HOU (vs . TEN)
Josh Reed Note
Josh Reed photo 468. Josh Reed WR - LAC (at KC)
Damion Ratley Note
Damion Ratley photo 469. Damion Ratley WR - CLE (vs . PIT)
Quintez Cephus Note
Quintez Cephus photo 470. Quintez Cephus WR - DET (vs . MIN)
Jesse James Note
Jesse James photo 471. Jesse James TE - DET (vs . MIN)
Ricky Seals-Jones Note
Ricky Seals-Jones photo 472. Ricky Seals-Jones TE - KC (vs . LAC)
Jordan Chunn Note
Jordan Chunn photo 473. Jordan Chunn RB - DAL (at NYG)
Charles Clay Note
Charles Clay photo 474. Charles Clay TE - FA (BYE)
John Hightower Note
John Hightower photo 475. John Hightower WR - PHI (vs . WAS)
Joe Flacco Note
Joe Flacco photo 476. Joe Flacco QB - NYJ (at NE)
Rod Smith Note
Rod Smith photo 477. Rod Smith RB - LV (at DEN)
J.J. Taylor Note
J.J. Taylor photo 478. J.J. Taylor RB - NE (vs . NYJ)
Logan Thomas Note
Logan Thomas photo 479. Logan Thomas TE - WAS (at PHI)
Isaiah Hodgins Note
Isaiah Hodgins photo 480. Isaiah Hodgins WR - BUF (vs . MIA)
Jakob Johnson Note
Jakob Johnson photo 481. Jakob Johnson FB - NE (vs . NYJ)
Kalif Raymond Note
Kalif Raymond photo 482. Kalif Raymond WR - TEN (at HOU)
Quez Watkins Note
Quez Watkins photo 483. Quez Watkins WR - PHI (vs . WAS)
Collin Johnson Note
Collin Johnson photo 484. Collin Johnson WR - JAC (at IND)
Brian Hoyer Note
Brian Hoyer photo 485. Brian Hoyer QB - NE (vs . NYJ)
Demetrius Harris Note
Demetrius Harris photo 486. Demetrius Harris TE - CHI (vs . GB)
Roosevelt Nix Note
Roosevelt Nix photo 487. Roosevelt Nix RB - IND (vs . JAC)
Cody Hollister Note
Cody Hollister photo 488. Cody Hollister WR - TEN (at HOU)
Buddy Howell Note
Buddy Howell photo 489. Buddy Howell RB - HOU (vs . TEN)
Matt Bryant Note
Matt Bryant photo 490. Matt Bryant K - FA (BYE)
Taquan Mizzell Note
Taquan Mizzell photo 491. Taquan Mizzell RB - NO (at CAR)
Dalyn Dawkins Note
Dalyn Dawkins photo 492. Dalyn Dawkins RB - TEN (at HOU)
Andy Janovich Note
Andy Janovich photo 493. Andy Janovich RB - CLE (vs . PIT)
Dalton Schultz Note
Dalton Schultz photo 494. Dalton Schultz TE - DAL (at NYG)
Tyler Kroft Note
Tyler Kroft photo 495. Tyler Kroft TE - BUF (vs . MIA)
Tim Patrick Note
Tim Patrick photo 496. Tim Patrick WR - DEN (vs . LV)
Taywan Taylor Note
Taywan Taylor photo 497. Taywan Taylor WR - CLE (vs . PIT)
Alec Ingold Note
Alec Ingold photo 498. Alec Ingold RB - LV (at DEN)
Mason Rudolph Note
Mason Rudolph photo 499. Mason Rudolph QB - PIT (at CLE)
Jakeem Grant Note
Jakeem Grant photo 500. Jakeem Grant WR - MIA (at BUF)
Jordan Thomas Note
Jordan Thomas photo 501. Jordan Thomas TE - HOU (vs . TEN)
Mike Davis Note
Mike Davis photo 502. Mike Davis WR - FA (BYE)
Andre Patton Note
Andre Patton photo 503. Andre Patton WR - LAC (at KC)
Michael Warren II Note
Michael Warren II photo 504. Michael Warren II RB - PHI (vs . WAS)
K.J. Osborn Note
K.J. Osborn photo 505. K.J. Osborn WR - MIN (at DET)
Spencer Ware Note
Spencer Ware photo 506. Spencer Ware RB - FA (BYE)
Elijah Holyfield Note
Elijah Holyfield photo 507. Elijah Holyfield RB - PHI (vs . WAS)
Jonathan Williams Note
Jonathan Williams photo 508. Jonathan Williams RB - IND (vs . JAC)
Elijhaa Penny Note
Elijhaa Penny photo 509. Elijhaa Penny RB - NYG (vs . DAL)
Equanimeous St. Brown Note
Equanimeous St. Brown photo 510. Equanimeous St. Brown WR - GB (at CHI)
Josiah Deguara Note
Josiah Deguara photo 511. Josiah Deguara TE - GB (at CHI)
James O'Shaughnessy Note
James O'Shaughnessy photo 512. James O'Shaughnessy TE - JAC (at IND)
Cedrick Wilson Note
Cedrick Wilson photo 513. Cedrick Wilson WR - DAL (at NYG)
Dezmon Patmon Note
Dezmon Patmon photo 514. Dezmon Patmon WR - IND (vs . JAC)
Laquon Treadwell Note
Laquon Treadwell photo 515. Laquon Treadwell WR - ATL (at TB)
Khari Blasingame Note
Khari Blasingame photo 516. Khari Blasingame RB - TEN (at HOU)
Kenneth Dixon Note
Kenneth Dixon photo 517. Kenneth Dixon RB - NYJ (at NE)
Jacob Breeland Note
Jacob Breeland photo 518. Jacob Breeland TE - BAL (at CIN)
Alex Armah Note
Alex Armah photo 519. Alex Armah RB - CAR (vs . NO)
Richard Rodgers Note
Richard Rodgers photo 520. Richard Rodgers TE - WAS (at PHI)
Christian Blake Note
Christian Blake photo 521. Christian Blake WR - ATL (at TB)
Ross Dwelley Note
Ross Dwelley photo 522. Ross Dwelley TE - SF (vs . SEA)
Jordan Love Note
Jordan Love photo 523. Jordan Love QB - GB (at CHI)
Deonte Harris Note
Deonte Harris photo 524. Deonte Harris WR - NO (at CAR)
Keith Kirkwood Note
Keith Kirkwood photo 525. Keith Kirkwood WR - CAR (vs . NO)
Devin Smith Note
Devin Smith photo 526. Devin Smith WR - DAL (at NYG)
Nick Mullens Note
Nick Mullens photo 527. Nick Mullens QB - SF (vs . SEA)
Alex Smith Note
Alex Smith photo 528. Alex Smith QB - WAS (at PHI)
Jake Luton Note
Jake Luton photo 529. Jake Luton QB - JAC (at IND)
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