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Fantasy Football Player Notes

2022 PPR Draft Rankings

Davante Adams Note
Davante Adams photo 5. Davante Adams (vs . KC)
A healthy Davante Adams has finished no worse than WR5 attached to Aaron Rodgers since 2018, and he ended 2021 third in fantasy points per game at age 29.

Adams' high level of play won't stop in Las Vegas, but his fantasy stock does get slightly dented going from Rodgers to Derek Carr. It's unlikely that Carr hyper-targets Adams to the length of a 28% target share as Rodgers has done for so many seasons. Incumbent Raiders pass-catchers Darren Waller and Hunter Renfrow represent more target competition than Adams has ever played with since becoming the alpha in Green Bay.
13 weeks ago
Hunter Renfrow Note
Hunter Renfrow photo 35. Hunter Renfrow (vs . KC)
There's really not much left to say when it comes to Hunter Renfrow. The kid's a certified stud and doesn't get the respect he deserves. The Raiders slot receiver hung a WR13 overall finish last season due to a spectacular late-season surge.

He went over 100 receiving yards in three straight games (Weeks 12-14) while maintaining a 25% target share.

From Week 12 onward, his production generated a WR8 standing in half-point scoring.

Renfrow made the most of the opportunities he got in 2021, and that won't change in 2022. Adding Davante Adams and Darren Waller will make targets for Renfrow harder to come by, but stay rest assured that the shifty wideout will perform if either guy is forced to miss time.
13 weeks ago
Mack Hollins Note
Mack Hollins photo 134. Mack Hollins (vs . KC)
The Athletic's Vic Tafur believes that Mack Hollins will have a sizeable role in 2022.

It's important to denote that his deep-threat profile -- fourth in aDOT (16.7) in 2021 - suggests he will be the team's field stretcher on an offense filled to the brim with elite underneath options between Davante Adams, Hunter Renfrow, and Darren Waller.

The subsequent trade of Bryan Edwards further bolsters my take on Hollins carving out that No. 3 receiver role on a high-powered pass-heavy offense.

He will never get doubled with all the other weapons on the Vegas offense, making him an extremely appetizing final-round best-ball option, especially in Raiders stacks.
13 weeks ago
Keelan Cole Sr. Note
Keelan Cole Sr. photo 180. Keelan Cole Sr. (vs . KC)
DJ Turner Note
DJ Turner photo 197. DJ Turner (vs . KC)
Malik Turner Note
Malik Turner photo 215. Malik Turner (vs . KC)
Albert Wilson Note
Albert Wilson photo 237. Albert Wilson (vs . KC)
Isaiah Zuber Note
Isaiah Zuber photo 254. Isaiah Zuber (vs . KC)
Dillon Stoner Note
Dillon Stoner photo 289. Dillon Stoner (vs . KC)