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Fantasy Football Player Notes

2022 PPR Draft Rankings

Jakobi Meyers Note
Jakobi Meyers photo 49. Jakobi Meyers (at BUF)
Jakobi Meyers is easily the most slept on wide receiver in fantasy football. The former undrafted free agent has been the Patriots target leader for the past two seasons, with his most recent accomplishment finishing top-12 in target share (23%) in 2021.

The high-end target share also aligned with Meyer's deployment in the Patriots passing attack, where Meyers was running a route on 92% of team dropbacks - the sixth-highest mark in the league.

New England's No. 1 receiver just needs to cash-in on more touchdowns to unlock his fantasy ceiling. He has been extremely underused in that category; his 866 receiving yards resulting in two touchdowns were the lowest of any WR in 2021.
14 weeks ago
DeVante Parker Note
DeVante Parker photo 57. DeVante Parker (at BUF)
2021 was a typical season for DeVante Parker. The former first-round pick had at least seven targets in seven of his nine game played, scoring double-digit fantasy points in more than half of them. He averaged 12.9 expected fantasy points per game through 17 weeks (28th).

His acquisition by the Patriots helps shore up the need for a big-bodied wide receiver on the perimeter that can make plays downfield. But the extent of how high a target share Parker will command remains to be seen. If anything, he probably has the most touchdown upside of the New England Patriots WRs.

Just don't be overly bullish on him being available all season-long, as his injury history proceeds him. His 1.48 yards per route run was also his worst mark since 2018 as was his 55% catch rate.
14 weeks ago
Kendrick Bourne Note
Kendrick Bourne photo 87. Kendrick Bourne (at BUF)
Kendrick Bourne didn't absorb the same high-end target share that Jakobi Meyers did in the Patriots offense in 2021, but he posted career-high efficiency marks across the board. He caught 83% of his targets (2nd) and finished 14th overall in yards per route run (2.01).

After such an impressive first season in New England, it wouldn't be outlandish to see Bourne earn more targets in Year 2. After all, his 70% route participation has room to grow.
14 weeks ago
Nelson Agholor Note
Nelson Agholor photo 96. Nelson Agholor (at BUF)
Tyquan Thornton Note
Tyquan Thornton photo 117. Tyquan Thornton (at BUF)
Lynn Bowden Jr. Note
Lynn Bowden Jr. photo 213. Lynn Bowden Jr. (at BUF)
Kristian Wilkerson Note
Kristian Wilkerson photo 247. Kristian Wilkerson (at BUF)
Tre Nixon Note
Tre Nixon photo 320. Tre Nixon (at BUF)
Raleigh Webb Note
Raleigh Webb photo 336. Raleigh Webb (at BUF)
Matthew Slater Note
Matthew Slater photo 351. Matthew Slater (at BUF)