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Fantasy Football Player Notes

2022 Draft Rankings

Hunter Henry Note
Hunter Henry photo 13. Hunter Henry (at BUF)
Hunter Henry emerged as Mac Jones' No. 1 red-zone weapon in his first year with the New England Patriots, finishing second in end-zone targets (13) and tying for first in red-zone touchdowns (9) with Mark Andrews.

But Henry's dependency on scoring touchdowns for fantasy made his production extremely volatile with just a 14% target share (13th). In seven of his games he finished as a top-12 tight end. In the other eight games, he finished outside the top-18.
14 weeks ago
Jonnu Smith Note
Jonnu Smith photo 28. Jonnu Smith (at BUF)
Jonnu Smith's talent didn't disappear overnight. Whether he struggled to pick up the playbook or the team shifted their preconceived notions on personnel usage in season, the fact remains that Smith didn't get the playing time that we projected entering 2021. Last season Smith still popped in per route metrics ranking eighth in yards per route run and first in YAC per reception (minimum 20 targets, per PFF). When he was on the field, the team did make it a point to get the ball in his hands as he led all tight ends in target per route run rate. Sadly, he eclipsed 60% of snaps played in only three games. If Smith can earn more snaps in 2022, there's still a ceiling to chase in the final rounds of your fantasy drafts.
14 weeks ago
Hunter Thedford Note
Hunter Thedford photo 172. Hunter Thedford (at BUF)
Matt Sokol Note
Matt Sokol photo 203. Matt Sokol (at BUF)