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Fantasy Football Player Notes

2019 PPR Rest of Season Rankings
Chris Godwin Note
Chris Godwin photo 29. Chris Godwin WR - (vs . ATL)
Chris Godwin has been magical this season as one of the top breakouts in fantasy football. He isn't as consistent week to week as someone like Michael Thomas, but you can guarantee that if drafts were today, he'd be gone by the end of the 2nd round. He is a clear-cut WR1 every week for the rest of the season.
32 weeks ago
Ronald Jones II Note
Ronald Jones II photo 64. Ronald Jones II RB - (vs . ATL)
We've played this game before and it isn't fun. Jones looks phenomenal, gets a lot of touches and we expect he has finally secured the alpha dog role in the Bucs backfield only to find out it was another diabolical trick by Bruce Arians. While that may be the case, it is impossible to ignore an extremely talented back who just saw 20 touches. The upside alone for a player like that makes him well worth half of your FAAB budget or the #1 waiver priority.
35 weeks ago
O.J. Howard Note
O.J. Howard photo 135. O.J. Howard TE - (vs . ATL)
It may sound stupid based on how he started the season, but Howard does have 60+ receiving yards in each of the past two weeks. With the state of the tight end position and his upcoming matchup against a terrible Lions defense, that's enough to make him the top streaming option of the week. Now, add in that Mike Evans is almost certain to miss this game and we could be talking about 7 or 8 targets too.
30 weeks ago
Dare Ogunbowale Note
Dare Ogunbowale photo 161. Dare Ogunbowale RB - (vs . ATL)
Cameron Brate Note
Cameron Brate photo 197. Cameron Brate TE - (vs . ATL)
It seems as though the Bucs finally turned the page on O.J. Howard after his terrible drop that led to an interception. Brate ended up with a whopping 14 targets against the toughest tight end matchup in football. This week he'll move into a much better matchup versus the Falcons' shoddy secondary.
33 weeks ago
Justin Watson Note
Justin Watson photo 212. Justin Watson WR - (vs . ATL)
Watson did see more targets than Breshad Perriman in Mike Evans' absence, but it was the first time all season that he had multiple targets so it tough to rely on him in Week 15 even against Detroit.
30 weeks ago