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Fantasy Football Player Notes

2021 PPR Draft Rankings

Tyreek Hill Note
Tyreek Hill photo 2. Tyreek Hill (at DEN)
Hill was more of a streaky wide receiver early in his career who relied on big plays to get him into WR1 territory, though that seemingly ended in 2020 where he saw 10-plus targets in seven different games. Those numbers combined with his efficiency equals big things, and there's no reason to think they go away; Travis Kelce is going to be 32 years old, Sammy Watkins is gone, and they brought in no big-name wide receivers who are guaranteed much of anything. He's worthy of a first-round pick in fantasy drafts.
16 weeks ago
Mecole Hardman Note
Mecole Hardman photo 55. Mecole Hardman (at DEN)
We've watched Hardman be one of the most efficient wide receivers in the league over the last two years, but it hasn't meant much to fantasy managers. For whatever reason, Andy Reid hasn't used Hardman in a full-time role, which meant he saw fewer than five targets in 11-of-16 games last year. Now that Sammy Watkins is gone, does his role grow, or does Reid continue to use him sparingly. If we hear that Hardman is being taken off special teams, it would be a massive boost to his stock. There's certainly upside with him, but we need Reid to have a change of heart for it to be recognized.
16 weeks ago
Byron Pringle Note
Byron Pringle photo 108. Byron Pringle (at DEN)
Demarcus Robinson Note
Demarcus Robinson photo 109. Demarcus Robinson (at DEN)
Cornell Powell Note
Cornell Powell photo 162. Cornell Powell (at DEN)
Marcus Kemp Note
Marcus Kemp photo 196. Marcus Kemp (at DEN)
Daurice Fountain Note
Daurice Fountain photo 204. Daurice Fountain (at DEN)
Chris Finke Note
Chris Finke photo 251. Chris Finke (at DEN)