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Fantasy Football Player Notes

2022 PPR Draft Rankings

Amari Cooper Note
Amari Cooper photo 18. Amari Cooper (at PIT)
Amari Cooper finished last season 27th in half-PPR per game (11.2), which was in line with his career average.

There is hope that he can provide a higher floor as the clear No. 1 wide receiver in Cleveland. And that floor will be accompanied by an extremely high ceiling with Deshaun Watson entrenched under center.

The ex-Texans quarterback fueled top fantasy WR finishes for the likes of Brandin Cooks (WR16, 2020) and Will Fuller (WR8/game, 2020) the last time he played. And prior to that, he supplemented DeAndre Hopkins as the fantasy WR4 and WR10 from 2018-2019.
5 days ago
Donovan Peoples-Jones Note
Donovan Peoples-Jones photo 80. Donovan Peoples-Jones (at PIT)
Donovan Peoples-Jones is an intriguing late-round dart throw as the Browns' other primary "X" receiver - assuming they don't also bring in free agent Will Fuller. DPJ finished 2021 second in yards per catch (17.6) last season.
20 hours ago
David Bell Note
David Bell photo 84. David Bell (at PIT)
David Bell might be my favorite WR to draft from Day 3 of the real NFL draft. He has an awesome landing spot with the Cleveland Browns and quarterback Deshaun Watson .

The Browns understand his limitations as an athlete, but his strengths as an underneath wide receiver can help him produce after the catch.

Bell finished third in the FBS in receiving yards on the outside (1,097), second in total forced missed tackles (25) and 10th in PFF receiving grade (86.9) among his draft class.

He's a perfect fit alongside prototypical No. 1 WR Amari Cooper and the speedy duo of Donovan Peoples-Jones/Anthony Schwartz.
21 hours ago
Anthony Schwartz Note
Anthony Schwartz photo 123. Anthony Schwartz (at PIT)
Isaiah Weston Note
Isaiah Weston photo 185. Isaiah Weston (at PIT)
Jakeem Grant Sr. Note
Jakeem Grant Sr. photo 193. Jakeem Grant Sr. (at PIT)