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2019 Draft Rankings
Sony Michel photo 29. Sony Michel RB - (vs . MIA)
It was a solid rookie year for Michel, who finished as the RB28 despite missing three full games. The issue with expecting a massive jump in production is his lack of usage in the passing game (just seven receptions in 13 games), and the third-round draft pick of Damien Harris, as he's a threat to steal some early-down work. Still, Michel should provide RB2 value as long as he's healthy
11 weeks ago
Julian Edelman photo 43. Julian Edelman WR - (vs . MIA)
There are not nearly as many familiar faces for Tom Brady to look at nowadays, but Edelman remains his favorite target. With Rob Gronkowski ailing last year, Edelman stepped up and finished as a WR2 or better in 75 percent of his games, a new career-high. With Gronkowski and Chris Hogan gone, Edelman's role isn't going to shrink in 2019. He's a sturdy WR2 presence
11 weeks ago
James White photo 66. James White RB - (vs . MIA)
How are we devaluing White's role on the Patriots again? With Rob Gronkowski, Cordarrelle Patterson, and Chris Hogan gone, Tom Brady is going to be looking for some familiar faces, and it's not like they've used Sony Michel in the passing game. White should have a similar role to last year, you know, the one that had him wind-up as the RB8 on the season. We're all still probably too low on him
11 weeks ago
Tom Brady photo 126. Tom Brady QB - (vs . MIA)
What happens to the No. 17 fantasy quarterback when you take away the best tight end of all-time? It's not likely to make him any better. The Patriots have added another running back to the stable, which hints that they'll try to pound the ball a bit more. Yes, they added N'Keal Harry in the first-round, but rookie receivers tend to take time to develop. Brady is one of the greatest of all-time, but he shouldn't be someone you're drafting to your fantasy team
15 weeks ago
Mohamed Sanu photo 146. Mohamed Sanu WR - (vs . MIA)
When looking for a spot-starter who you know will give you a solid floor, look no further than the underrated Sanu. Since joining the Falcons, he's delivered WR3 or better numbers in 50 percent of his games. That's over three years. Do you know how many receivers were able to do that in 2018 alone? Just 32 of them. He's not going to finish as a top-20 wide receiver or anything, but he's a stable producer who is essentially free
15 weeks ago
Damien Harris photo 148. Damien Harris RB - (vs . MIA)
We're not advocating Harris as a starting running back in the Patriots offense, but rather saying that, at the very least, he's one of the best handcuffs in all of football. His price doesn't reflect that. In fact, the Patriots taking him in the third-round when they're clearly in win-now mode says a lot, so don't be surprised if he has a role even if Sony Michel is ahead of him on the depth chart
15 weeks ago
Stephen Gostkowski photo 193. Stephen Gostkowski K - (vs . MIA)
The Patriots offense is clearly slowing down as Tom Brady ages, but Gostkowski has been a top 2 fantasy kicker more often than he hasn't over the last decade.
22 weeks ago
New England Patriots photo 197. New England Patriots DST - (vs . MIA)
The Patriots managed to finish fourth among all D/STs last year thanks to an extremely low 325 points allowed. Their game scripts often lead to extra sacks and interceptions as well so they make for an excellent streamer in certain weeks and you could make a case for them as your starting D/ST to open the season.
22 weeks ago
Rex Burkhead photo 228. Rex Burkhead RB - (vs . MIA)
Burkhead has been unable to stay on the field the last two seasons for New England but while he is healthy, he has produced as a strong RB3 thanks to his receiving and goal-line production. That shouldn't change this year with the receiver corps being virtually non-existent.
13 weeks ago
N'Keal Harry photo 244. N'Keal Harry WR - (vs . MIA)
We're always left looking for the next big thing in the Patriots offense, only most of those hyped players never pan out. The Patriots spent a first-round pick on Harry to walk in and start right away, but how will he fare as a rookie receiver who will get minimal time with Tom Brady. Remember, Brady doesn't show up early in training camp like some younger quarterbacks, so it's going to be difficult for those two to develop instant chemistry on the field. There's likely going to be some highs his rookie season, but there's also going to be some downs
15 weeks ago
Phillip Dorsett photo 266. Phillip Dorsett WR - (vs . MIA)
Is Dorsett someone we're all overlooking? With Chris Hogan, Cordarrelle Patterson, and Rob Gronkowski out in New England, Tom Brady will need some familiarity. Dorsett didn't play a massive role last year, but when he was called upon, he delivered, catching 32-of-42 targets for 290 yards and three touchdowns. The Patriots did draft N'Keal Harry in the first-round, but there's no guarantee he starts in 2WR sets right now. This is a situation to monitor, as Dorsett is likely to make a few splash performances in 2019
15 weeks ago
Jakobi Meyers photo 314. Jakobi Meyers WR - (vs . MIA)
Matt LaCosse photo 343. Matt LaCosse TE - (vs . MIA)
LaCosse appears to be the favorite to open the season as the Patriots' starting tight end. Whether that continues all season is anyways guess and we certainly can't expect him to replace Gronk, but the fact of the matter is that this role will lead to a few big weeks here and there and perhaps more.
15 weeks ago
Benjamin Watson photo 346. Benjamin Watson TE - (vs . MIA)
James Develin photo 513. James Develin RB - (vs . MIA)
Ryan Izzo photo 612. Ryan Izzo TE - (vs . MIA)
Brandon Bolden photo 630. Brandon Bolden RB - (vs . MIA)
Jarrett Stidham photo 639. Jarrett Stidham QB - (vs . MIA)
Gunner Olszewski photo 641. Gunner Olszewski WR - (vs . MIA)
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