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Fantasy Football Player Notes

2020 Draft Rankings
Chris Godwin Note
Chris Godwin photo 5. Chris Godwin (vs . ATL)
We saw Godwin ascend into superstardom last year, compiling over 1,300 yards and nine touchdowns in just 14 games, finishing as the WR2. Insert Tom Brady into the offense, and you suddenly have room for optimism that it continues. The arrival of Rob Gronkowski hurts a bit, but knowing Bruce Arians has used Godwin the way he used Larry Fitzgerald, the numbers should continue to grow. Godwin is a legitimate WR1 in fantasy once again in 2020.
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Mike Evans Note
Mike Evans photo 8. Mike Evans (vs . ATL)
Evans has now finished as a top-10 receiver in 4-of-6 seasons with the Bucs, but will he lose some of his massive target totals from years past? Evans has continually been peppered with targets by Jameis Winston, as he was willing to trust the receiver in jump-ball situations. Tom Brady isn't a risk-taker, as evidenced by his low interception totals. With the ascention of Chris Godwin, arrival of Rob Gronkowski and Keshawn Vaughn, and likely declining pass attempts in the Bucs offense, Evans may lose some of his top-end upside, though he should still remain in the low-end WR1 conversation.
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Justin Watson Note
Justin Watson photo 115. Justin Watson (vs . ATL)
Tyler Johnson Note
Tyler Johnson photo 116. Tyler Johnson (vs . ATL)
Scott Miller Note
Scott Miller photo 126. Scott Miller (vs . ATL)
Codey McElroy Note
Codey McElroy photo 220. Codey McElroy (vs . ATL)
Bryant Mitchell Note
Bryant Mitchell photo 223. Bryant Mitchell (vs . ATL)
Cyril Grayson Note
Cyril Grayson photo 280. Cyril Grayson (vs . ATL)