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2019 Draft Rankings
Todd Gurley photo 17. Todd Gurley RB - (vs . ARI)
There are real questions surrounding Gurley as we enter the 2019 season. Not only did C.J. Anderson play over him during the playoffs, but the Rams also traded up to the start of the third-round to select Darrell Henderson, an explosive running back out of Memphis. The Rams also matched an offer sheet the Lions submitted to backup running back Malcolm Brown, meaning the Rams are more worried about Gurley than they're letting on. We all know Gurley comes with plenty of upside, but we also know you can't win your fantasy league in the first-round, but you can definitely help lose it.
12 weeks ago
Brandin Cooks photo 29. Brandin Cooks WR - (vs . ARI)
Most wouldn't believe it, but 2018 was Cooks' most consistent season from a fantasy standpoint. That's impressive considering it was his first year in the offense while the other receivers had more experience. He finished as a WR2 or better in 53.3 percent of his games, which ranked 14th among wide receivers. With Cooper Kupp and Robert Woods getting theirs, it'll be hard for Cooks to get into elite territory, but knowing he was this consistent should give drafters confidence in taking him as a high-end WR2
12 weeks ago
Robert Woods photo 35. Robert Woods WR - (vs . ARI)
It required at least 11.7 PPR points to finish as a WR3 or better in 2018. That's a number Woods hit in 87.5 percent of his games. The wide receivers who did it more? Davante Adams, DeAndre Hopkins, and Antonio Brown. That's it. He doesn't offer the upside of the top-tier guys, but as a consistent WR2 in your lineup, Woods gets the job done
12 weeks ago
Cooper Kupp photo 49. Cooper Kupp WR - (vs . ARI)
There will be some who are concerned about the after-effects of Kupp's ACL injury, but you shouldn't be one of them. With modern medicine players bounce back from them all the time. Throughout his two years in the NFL, Kupp has posted WR2 or better numbers in 47.8 percent of his games, which is better than the career marks of Jarvis Landry, Brandin Cooks, Keenan Allen, and T.Y. Hilton. He may lack the upside of some, but his consistency is great. He's a solid low-end WR2, but an even better high-end WR3
12 weeks ago
Jared Goff photo 93. Jared Goff QB - (vs . ARI)
There's some who believe Goff will struggle with Todd Gurley moving into more of a timeshare role, but that's unlikely to be the case. Those who say that will point to last year's finish, but Goff struggled prior to Gurley leaving the lineup, as he was in some sort of funk after their bye week (likely due to Cooper Kupp missing). Still, under Sean McVay, Goff has been a top-12 type performer in 14-of-31 games (45.2 percent), which may not sound like much, but it would rank 11th among quarterbacks the last two years. He's a low-end QB1/high-end QB2 who might see an increase in pass attempts this year
17 weeks ago
Darrell Henderson photo 106. Darrell Henderson RB - (vs . ARI)
Are there concerns with Todd Gurley? Yes, but let's not pretend he's no longer on the team. Henderson takes the place of John Kelly, who was drafted last year to fill this role. Some have suggested the Rams love Henderson, but a third-round pick doesn't scream "love him." Whatever the case, Henderson would likely share backup duties with Malcolm Brown should something cause Gurley to miss time. Henderson does offer much more upside than Brown as the superior pass-catcher
17 weeks ago
Los Angeles Rams photo 174. Los Angeles Rams DST - (vs . ARI)
The Rams had a powerful offense but we all know they made the Super Bowl because of their defense. As a result of that strength, they finished #2 in fantasy points last season at the position, but with plenty of talent lost, they have dropped back a rung in the rankings.
23 weeks ago
Malcolm Brown photo 181. Malcolm Brown RB - (vs . ARI)
Coach Sean McVay has made it clear that both Henderson and Brown will be plenty involved this season which makes sense considering they used a tender to ensure Brown remained on their roster. He may not quite be the second option, but absolutely has some upside in this high-powered offense.
16 weeks ago
Greg Zuerlein photo 182. Greg Zuerlein K - (vs . ARI)
Greg the Leg has plenty of potential thanks the Sean McVay and deep range. He missed some time last year but was the #1 fantasy kicker when healthy.
15 weeks ago
Gerald Everett photo 263. Gerald Everett TE - (vs . ARI)
Last year may not have produced phenomenal results, but Everett did see a 31 percent increase in targets. Part of that likely comes from the fact that Cooper Kupp was out of the lineup for much of the season, freeing up some targets. Sean McVay's offense doesn't seem to allot many targets to the tight end position, so it's tough to see a breakout happening with Everett
17 weeks ago
Josh Reynolds photo 270. Josh Reynolds WR - (vs . ARI)
Blake Bortles photo 357. Blake Bortles QB - (vs . ARI)
Tyler Higbee photo 381. Tyler Higbee TE - (vs . ARI)
Mike Thomas photo 615. Mike Thomas WR - (vs . ARI)
Johnny Mundt photo 620. Johnny Mundt TE - (vs . ARI)
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