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John Brown

John Brown

Height: 5' 11"Weight: 178 lbsAge: 30College: Pittsburg StateDrafted: #91 (3rd Rd. by Arizona)

2020 Outlook

Strength of Schedule
WR Rank: 31st (hard)
Draft Rank (ECR) #90
Best / Worst #49 / #170
ADP #88



Brown was fantastic last season, but he's going to see a bit of regression this year with the addition of Stefon Diggs to the offense. Diggs is going to command targets, which limits Brown's overall ceiling. He's nothing more than a WR3/FLEX option this season that has the potential to win you a week with one or two big plays.

Brown was the definition of consistency last year, finishing with at least 10.4 PPR points in 13-of-15 games. The issue was that he lacked upside, topping 20 PPR points just twice all year. Now adding Stefon Diggs to the offense, his target share is going to dip and make him much more inconsistent, as they're both perimeter players who'll compete for targets. After seeing 115 targets in 2019, it's possible that number dips into the 80-90 range in 2020. This receiving corps will be better for real life football in 2020, but fantasy-wise, there's likely to be a lot of bumpy roads.

Can be a perfectly fine fill in as your NFL team's WR1 but it isn't the roll he's best suited for. Even filling that roll this year he wasn't a clear target hog. Will most likely get pushed to second fiddle when the draft comes along but I think that effects his perceived fantasy value more than his actual worth. Can still get around 100 targets and be flexy.

29 years old - UFA 2022, potential out 2020

Arrival of Diggs could mean less catches than last year, but will still be a quality yardage and TD threat

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