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Fantasy Football Player Notes

2019 Draft Rankings
Patrick Mahomes photo 1. Patrick Mahomes KC (vs . LAC)
Yes, Mahomes is coming off the best fantasy season of all time for a quarterback. Yes, he's going to have some regression. He threw a touchdown on 8.6 percent of his passes in 2018, the seventh-highest mark of all-time. Here's the list of quarterbacks who are ahead of them, included with their touchdown rate in that season, as well as the following season: Peyton Manning (9.9 to 6.2), Ken Stabler (9.3 to 6.8), Deshaun Watson (9.3 to 5.1), Aaron Rodgers (9.0 to 7.1), Tom Brady (8.7 to 5.0), Mark Rypien (8.7 to 4.6). Don't pay for last year's stats
12 weeks ago
Deshaun Watson photo 2. Deshaun Watson HOU (vs . TEN)
Despite dealing with a chest injury that hampered his rushing ability in the middle of the season then losing both Will Fuller and Keke Coutee for portions of the season, Watson finished as the QB4, ahead of Andrew Luck. Now bring back a healthy Fuller and Coutee alongside DeAndre Hopkins with a healthy Watson, and you might have yourself a contender for the QB1 in 2019
12 weeks ago
Aaron Rodgers photo 3. Aaron Rodgers GB (at DET)
Rodgers finished as the No. 6 quarterback in fantasy last year despite throwing only 25 touchdowns. Did you know that was the first time in his career where he's played more than 10 games and failed to finish as a top-two fantasy quarterback? That track record is rather impossible to beat, even if Patrick Mahomes is coming off the best fantasy season of all-time. Don't reach for a quarterback with all the options available this year, but if Rodgers were to fall to the late-fourth or early-fifth-round, you should absolutely pull the trigger
12 weeks ago
Baker Mayfield photo 4. Baker Mayfield CLE (at CIN)
Mayfield was thrown into a tough situation last year but pulled through better than most expected. Once the Browns got rid of Hue Jackson, Mayfield completed 68.4 percent of his passes and averaged 281.8 yards, 2.4 touchdowns, and 1.0 interception per game. The Browns added Odell Beckham this offseason, which definitely won't hurt. The reason to remain a bit wary of Mayfield taking the leap into elite territory is due to the defense getting much better and them running the ball a bit more to eat clock. He should present a high-floor for a middling QB1, however
12 weeks ago
Matt Ryan photo 5. Matt Ryan ATL (at TB)
Let's be clear -- Ryan isn't going to throw the ball 608 times again in 2019. That happened last year due to the insane amount of injuries to their defensive starters, as well as the injuries to both Devonta Freeman and Tevin Coleman. Still, Ryan has proved to be a reliable fantasy quarterback who may not provide the highest weekly upside, but he offers more stability than most. He's been a top-12 type performer in 27-of-48 games the last three years, so he's still not someone you should reach for
12 weeks ago
Carson Wentz photo 6. Carson Wentz PHI (at NYG)
In the 11 weeks Wentz was healthy last season, he was the QB15 thanks to a greatly diminished TD-rate (as expected). With that said, he was even more efficient than his 2017 MVP campaign so there is more upside. The concern, of course, is that Wentz is still not healed from the back injury that kept him out at the end of the season so be sure to monitor that as your fantasy draft draws near.
13 weeks ago
Cam Newton photo 7. Cam Newton CAR (vs . NO)
Cam is expected back for Week 1 despite the foot strain. He was quite good before the issue last season so he may be undervalued at this point. His legs, and especially in the end zone, make him a lock to be a top 10 performer while he is on the field, and perhaps as high as top 3 as we've seen from Cam numerous times.
13 weeks ago
Russell Wilson photo 8. Russell Wilson SEA (vs . SF)
The change in offense really hurt Wilson's potential in 2018 and you have to wonder if it'll be the same in 2019. After seeing his pass attempts rise every year in the league, Wilson saw them dip down to just 427 of them in 2018. Losing Doug Baldwin surely won't help, though the addition of D.K. Metcalf won't hurt. Wilson is likely a lock to finish top-10 at his position, but his upside has diminished greatly
16 weeks ago
Jared Goff photo 9. Jared Goff LAR (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
16 weeks ago
Jameis Winston photo 10. Jameis Winston TB (vs . ATL)
With Fitzpatrick gone, Winston is no longer at risk of surrendering games to the backup. He may not be great in real life, but from a fantasy standpoint, this gunslinger piles up the points. In fact, he and Ryan Fitzpatrick last year combined for the 2nd most fantasy points in football. With one of the top receiving corps in football, Winston could potentially eclipse 4,800 yards with the touchdowns to put him in the top 3.
14 weeks ago
Drew Brees photo 11. Drew Brees NO (at CAR)
The Saints aren't going to be the crazy pass-heavy offense they were in years past, but that doesn't mean Brees isn't usable in fantasy. After lacking upside in 2017 when he failed to post more than 22 fantasy points, he bounced back in 2018 and had six such games. The defense might hold him back from being an elite fantasy option, but he's a very safe low-end QB1 with a relatively high floor
16 weeks ago
Lamar Jackson photo 12. Lamar Jackson BAL (vs . PIT)
Did you know that Jackson set the record for most rushing attempts by a quarterback in one season despite not taking the starting job until Week 11? That's going to provide a fantasy floor that you cannot find late in drafts. If you miss out on one of the high-tier quarterbacks you were aiming for, Jackson can help provide a stable floor while your stud running backs and wide receivers take care of the rest (because you took them instead of a quarterback in the higher rounds). From Week 11 forward, Jackson was the QB8 in fantasy, right in between Andrew Luck and Russell Wilson. If he develops more as a passer, his ceiling only gets higher
16 weeks ago
Kyler Murray photo 13. Kyler Murray ARI (at LAR)
Murray has some big questions to be answered on whether he'll be in the league for a long time, but fortunately, as a fantasy player, you don't have to worry about it in 2019. He'll be the starter as long as he's healthy and with Kliff Kingsbury wanting to run 70-plus plays per game, it'll create plenty of fantasy points. The disparity in fantasy points per dropback isn't that large, so the more often he does it, the better, especially knowing he can rush for 500-plus yards. If Murray can stay on the field for all 16 games, he should be locked-in as a top-12 quarterback
16 weeks ago
Ben Roethlisberger photo 14. Ben Roethlisberger PIT (at BAL)
Losing Antonio Brown won't do Roethlisberger any favors and it's not as if he was a lock to finish top-10 before then. In fact, Roethlisberger has finished inside the top 10 quarterbacks just four times in his 15-year career. You thought he had ups and downs before? He's not worth the headache and we're surprised many experts are willing to invest a top-12 quarterback selection on him
16 weeks ago
Dak Prescott photo 15. Dak Prescott DAL (vs . WAS)
If you were to tell someone that Prescott has had a nearly identical fantasy career as Drew Brees, what do you think they'd say? While it's just a three-year sample size, Prescott has posted top-five type numbers in 22.9 percent of his games, while Brees is at 23.9 percent for his career. How about just top-12 type numbers? Prescott 47.9 percent, Brees at 48.9 percent. Don't devalue Prescott in fantasy, as he's a perfectly fine starter in 12-team leagues, particularly if you're stacked everywhere else
16 weeks ago
Philip Rivers photo 16. Philip Rivers LAC (at KC)
Here's the example of a player who's top-five at his position in real-life, but not when it comes to fantasy. You've probably heard it a million times - Rivers has been a top-14 quarterback in 11-of-13 seasons, so you're drafting him at his floor if he's being taken as the QB14. Well, no. Rivers is a very consistent quarterback, but he's not going to help lead your team to a championship. There was just one game in 2018 where he totaled more than 24 fantasy points, and it's because his defense has continually gotten better. He also doesn't offer anything rushing, so unless his defense takes a step back in 2019, he's not going to have much of a chance to deliver much better numbers in 2019
16 weeks ago
Mitch Trubisky photo 17. Mitch Trubisky CHI (at MIN)
He missed two full games last year, had an entirely new offense to learn, and had all new pass-catchers. Seriously, not one was the same. Despite that, he finished as the QB15 on the season (No. 11 in points per game). It'll be his second year in Matt Nagy's offense and he didn't lose anyone. If you don't realize he has upside similar to Cam Newton, you're missing something. He rushed for at least 43 yards on five separate occasions. Most don't realize that despite playing in the same number of games and throwing 52 fewer passes, Trubisky outscored Baker Mayfield by 23.0 fantasy points in 2018.
15 weeks ago
Tom Brady photo 18. Tom Brady NE (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
16 weeks ago
Kirk Cousins photo 19. Kirk Cousins MIN (vs . CHI)
Despite him finishing as the No. 12 quarterback last year in what was a disastrous offensive season, it shows the floor Cousins should provide in fantasy. While the Vikings have said they'd like to run the ball more often, their offensive line isn't built to run the ball 30 times per game. Cousins has Stefon Diggs and Adam Thielen at his disposal with a year of chemistry between them. He's not someone you want to start every week, but he offers streaming potential when in games against high-scoring opponents
16 weeks ago
Josh Allen photo 20. Josh Allen BUF (vs . NYJ)
You know those analysts out there who have Allen ranked as a top-10 quarterback in 2019? Yeah, it's not because you'll be able to start him every week. No, it's because when he has big weeks, they're really big. He posted top-18-type numbers in just 50 percent of his games last year. Andy Dalton, Joe Flacco, and Nick Foles were better. However, Allen posted 26 or more points (boom) in 33.3 percent of his games, which ranked as the fourth-best number in football. Draft him in best-ball but stay away in redraft
16 weeks ago
Jimmy Garoppolo photo 21. Jimmy Garoppolo SF (at SEA)
Did you guys watch Nick Mullens and C.J. Beathard produce half-decent fantasy numbers last year? Between them two, they posted 198.5 fantasy points over the 13 games that Garoppolo didn't play. Over the course of a full season, that would have amounted to the No. 16 quarterback. That was with Marquise Goodwin missing in action much of the time, with Pierre Garcon out for the year, and with Dante Pettis not getting on the field in a full-time role until the end of the season. Not only will Pettis be a full-time receiver, but the 49ers also drafted Deebo Samuel and Jalen Hurd inside the top three rounds. The running backs on the roster are all better pass-catchers than they are ball-carriers, which again favors Garoppolo
16 weeks ago
Sam Darnold photo 22. Sam Darnold NYJ (at BUF)
If there's one thing Darnold has going for him in 2019, it's that he's not going to be benched. Duh, right? Well, that's important for those playing in 2QB leagues, as there are other quarterbacks in his territory who have a chance of getting benched. He was hot and cold throughout his rookie season, though it helps they brought in Le'Veon Bell and Jamison Crowder as pass-catching options. The downside, however, is that Adam Gase is his head coach, who traditionally runs minimal plays for his offense
16 weeks ago
Matthew Stafford photo 23. Matthew Stafford DET (vs . GB)
2018 was a year to forget for Stafford, as he posted the worst numbers since his rookie season. He'd been about as predictable as they come for eight years, posting QB1 numbers at least 37.5 percent of the time in every season (while hitting 50-plus percent twice), but hit just 12.5 percent of the time in 2018. Did the new coaching staff hurt him that much? He's been a better fantasy quarterback throughout his career than Ben Roethlisberger has been, though you wouldn't know it by their draft positions
16 weeks ago
Derek Carr photo 24. Derek Carr OAK (at DEN)
It's definitely not going to hurt Carr's chances by adding Antonio Brown to his stable of wide receivers, but we mustn't forget he had Amari Cooper for the first few years of his career. This isn't to say Cooper is on Brown's level, but more to do with Carr's inability to be consistent. He's performed at a top-12 level in just 29.5 percent of his 78 career games, which is worse than the career of DeShone Kizer and Blake Bortles. Even if he steps up his passing, his lack of rushing totals severely caps his upside. He's not a bad option in 2QB leagues for those who wait, as he has no chance of being benched, but stay away in standard leagues
16 weeks ago
Andy Dalton photo 25. Andy Dalton CIN (vs . CLE)
Did you know that 2018 was the first year Dalton didn't finish as a top-18 fantasy quarterback? It's because he's been durable and has had little-to-no chance of being benched. The early reports out of camp say that Ryan Finley has looked pretty bad, meaning Dalton will once again be entrenched as the starter. If you're in a 2QB league, he'll suffice. If you're in a standard 1QB league, he's streaming material in good matchups
16 weeks ago
Nick Foles photo 26. Nick Foles JAC (vs . IND)
If there's one thing Foles has going for him, it's that he won't get benched. After signing a four-year, $88 million contract, he's entrenched as the starter, which means something to those playing in 2QB formats. Outside of his bye week (and potential injury), Foles can be in your lineup. Understand that his upside is nearly non-existent without a true No. 1 receiver or tight end, and on a team who is going to be run-heavy. He'll likely finish as a top-24 quarterback due to his job security, but I wouldn't draft him as such
16 weeks ago
Jacoby Brissett photo 27. Jacoby Brissett IND (at JAC)
Brissett will be starting for the Colts and while you may think you know his upside, let's remember that he didn't even know the playbook when Indy threw him into the fire after trading for him. His offensive line is much better now, as are his weapons so he may prove to be a worthwhile #2 in two-QB leagues.
12 weeks ago
Marcus Mariota photo 28. Marcus Mariota TEN (at HOU)
Even if you're in a 2QB format, it's tough to rely on Mariota, who is reportedly going to be forced to compete for the starting job heading into the 2019 season. They brought in Ryan Tannehill, who has extremely similar numbers throughout his career to Mariota despite playing with lesser talent. The worst part about Mariota is that he's declined in each of the last two seasons, as this is the time in his career where he's supposed to be coming into his own. He's nothing more than a QB3 hopeful despite all the talent around him
16 weeks ago
Joe Flacco photo 29. Joe Flacco DEN (vs . OAK)
Although the Broncos drafted Drew Lock, it wasn't until the second round so it is by no means certain that he will ever overtake Flacco for the starting job. With that said, Flacco's job isn't safe if he performs poorly again, and the receiver corps certainly won't help so think of him as a QB3 in SuperFlex leagues.
14 weeks ago
Ryan Fitzpatrick photo 30. Ryan Fitzpatrick MIA (at NE)
Will the Dolphins start FitzMagic over the newly acquired Josh Rosen? All the reports we've seen out of Miami indicate Fitzpatrick is outplaying Rosen in every way during offseason workouts, though it's tough to see the Dolphins flat-out sitting Rosen all year. If Fitzpatrick is the starter, expect him to deliver solid numbers in the QB18-24 range
16 weeks ago
Eli Manning photo 31. Eli Manning NYG (vs . PHI)
There's reportedly going to be an open competition for the starting job in New York, though I'm expecting Manning to get the nod. The Giants aren't going anywhere soon and Daniel Jones could use some time with the practice squad before being thrown into game action. The loss of Odell Beckham Jr. is huge, as Manning's splits with/without him are horrifying. He's not even a good selection in 2QB formats due to the fact he'll lose the starting job at some point.
23 weeks ago
Dwayne Haskins photo 32. Dwayne Haskins WAS (at DAL)
Haskins is a great buy in SuperFlex dynasty leagues, but we can't be sure he will get the job over Case Keenum to start the season or even at any point this season. Haskins is a polished passer, but if Washington thinks they have a better shot to win with Keenum, they may let Haskins develop behind him. We should know more in the coming weeks about his timeline to start.
23 weeks ago
Josh Rosen photo 33. Josh Rosen MIA (at NE)
Ryan Fitzpatrick is generating plenty of buzz this off-season and was impressive enough last year that he may actually hold off Rosen for the starting job. Even if Rosen does win the job this pre-season, there isn't enough in the way of weapons to move him into the top 30 fantasy QBs so he is merely SuperFlex depth in redraft leagues.
23 weeks ago
Case Keenum photo 34. Case Keenum WAS (at DAL)
Now that Colt McCoy is injured, Keenum is expected to open the year as Washington's starter. It won't be long, however, before he hands the job over to Haskins a month or two in. Keenum is a longshot to be fantasy relevant at this point.
13 weeks ago
Daniel Jones photo 35. Daniel Jones NYG (vs . PHI)
There Giants are saying that the QB job is still up in the air even though they said on draft night that Jones wouldn't start for three years. Whether they are just trying to light a fire under Eli is anyone's guess, but it remains a possibility that Jones starts 16 games with Saquon, Tate, Engram and Shepard.
23 weeks ago
Ryan Tannehill photo 36. Ryan Tannehill TEN (at HOU)
You may think Marcus Mariota is a lock to hang onto the starting job all season, but he hasn't gotten the job done despite an extended leash the he may finally be on the hot seat if he doesn't turn the ship around this season. That became more clear when they signed Tannehill, who is among the best backups in the NFL.
23 weeks ago
Taysom Hill photo 37. Taysom Hill NO (at CAR)
Blake Bortles photo 38. Blake Bortles LAR (vs . ARI)
Nick Mullens photo 39. Nick Mullens SF (at SEA)
Drew Lock photo 40. Drew Lock DEN (vs . OAK)
Joe Flacco isn't going to go down without a fight but that doesn't mean Elway and company won't turn the keys over to Lock at some point this season. This is a run-first offense and there aren't many weapons in the passing game, but any starter is worthwhile in a 2QB league.
23 weeks ago
Teddy Bridgewater photo 41. Teddy Bridgewater NO (at CAR)
Will Grier photo 42. Will Grier CAR (vs . NO)
Cam is apparently good to go for Week 1, but as we saw with Andrew Luck in 2017, that may not quite be true. Shoulder injuries are a beast, and despite Cam being a competitor, it would be wise for Carolina to take their time with him, lest he re-injure it. Whichever way you slice it, Grier seems likely to get a few starts in 2019 with weapons at his disposal.
23 weeks ago
AJ McCarron photo 43. AJ McCarron HOU (vs . TEN)
Tyrod Taylor photo 44. Tyrod Taylor LAC (at KC)
Robert Griffin photo 45. Robert Griffin BAL (vs . PIT)
While Lamar Jackson has the job on lockdown, he also runs enough that an injury is quite possible. If it were to happen, Griffin would step right in and likely assume a similar role. While he isn't the greatest passer, his throwing is more advanced that Jackson's which would add up to a nice QB2 with his rushing ability and likely volume.
23 weeks ago
Brian Hoyer photo 46. Brian Hoyer IND (at JAC)
Ryan Finley photo 47. Ryan Finley CIN (vs . CLE)
Colt McCoy photo 48. Colt McCoy WAS (at DAL)
McCoy entered August as the top bet to start Week 1 for Washington. He is now injured, however, and even if he does get back before Week 1, McCoy is near-certain to surrender the job to Haskins before long and his ceiling is limited because of the receiving corps but in a superflex league, he is better than most RBs and WRs.
13 weeks ago
Brett Hundley photo 49. Brett Hundley ARI (at LAR)
Matt Barkley photo 50. Matt Barkley BUF (vs . NYJ)
Josh McCown photo 51. Josh McCown PHI (at NYG)
Mason Rudolph photo 52. Mason Rudolph PIT (at BAL)
Chase Daniel photo 53. Chase Daniel CHI (at MIN)
Chad Kelly photo 54. Chad Kelly IND (at JAC)
Blaine Gabbert photo 55. Blaine Gabbert TB (vs . ATL)
Tim Boyle photo 56. Tim Boyle GB (at DET)
Trevor Siemian photo 57. Trevor Siemian NYJ (at BUF)
Drew Stanton photo 58. Drew Stanton CLE (at CIN)
Mike Glennon photo 59. Mike Glennon OAK (at DEN)
Jarrett Stidham photo 60. Jarrett Stidham NE (vs . MIA)
Gardner Minshew photo 61. Gardner Minshew JAC (vs . IND)
DeShone Kizer photo 62. DeShone Kizer OAK (at DEN)
Nate Sudfeld photo 63. Nate Sudfeld PHI (at NYG)
Cooper Rush photo 64. Cooper Rush DAL (vs . WAS)
C.J. Beathard photo 65. C.J. Beathard SF (at SEA)
Matt Schaub photo 66. Matt Schaub ATL (at TB)
Sean Mannion photo 67. Sean Mannion MIN (vs . CHI)
Matt Moore photo 68. Matt Moore KC (vs . LAC)
Ryan Griffin photo 69. Ryan Griffin TB (vs . ATL)
Geno Smith photo 70. Geno Smith SEA (vs . SF)
Kyle Allen photo 71. Kyle Allen CAR (vs . NO)
Josh Johnson photo 72. Josh Johnson FA (BYE)
Jeff Driskel photo 73. Jeff Driskel DET (vs . GB)
Chad Henne photo 74. Chad Henne KC (vs . LAC)
Joshua Dobbs photo 75. Joshua Dobbs JAC (vs . IND)
Taylor Heinicke photo 76. Taylor Heinicke FA (BYE)
Tom Savage photo 77. Tom Savage FA (BYE)
Kyle Lauletta photo 78. Kyle Lauletta PHI (at NYG)
Paxton Lynch photo 79. Paxton Lynch PIT (at BAL)
Easton Stick photo 80. Easton Stick LAC (at KC)
Garrett Gilbert photo 81. Garrett Gilbert CLE (at CIN)
Nathan Peterman photo 82. Nathan Peterman OAK (at DEN)
Tanner Lee photo 83. Tanner Lee FA (BYE)
Brandon Allen photo 84. Brandon Allen DEN (vs . OAK)
Cody Kessler photo 85. Cody Kessler NE (vs . MIA)
Luke Falk photo 86. Luke Falk FA (BYE)
Joe Webb photo 87. Joe Webb HOU (vs . TEN)
Davis Webb photo 88. Davis Webb BUF (vs . NYJ)
Trace McSorley photo 89. Trace McSorley BAL (vs . PIT)
Brett Rypien photo 90. Brett Rypien DEN (vs . OAK)
Tyree Jackson photo 91. Tyree Jackson FA (BYE)
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