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Fantasy Football Player Notes

2020 Half PPR Rest of Season Rankings
Chris Carson Note
Chris Carson photo 10. Chris Carson RB - (at SF)
Carson looks to be good to go despite his ugly-looking knee injury in Week 3. He isn't getting quite the volume on the ground that fantasy managers expected with the "let Russ cook" movement winning out, but his involvement in the passing game and overall efficiency of the Seattle offense keeps him locked in RB2 status.
3 weeks ago
D.K. Metcalf Note
D.K. Metcalf photo 20. D.K. Metcalf WR - (at SF)
Tyler Lockett Note
Tyler Lockett photo 26. Tyler Lockett WR - (at SF)
Russell Wilson Note
Russell Wilson photo 48. Russell Wilson QB - (at SF)
Wilson probably isn't going to flirt with a 14% touchdown rate all season long, but he's having one of the great all-time stretches for a quarterback. Whether you rank him first, second, or third rest-of-season, he's an elite option that should win you some weeks single-handedly.
3 weeks ago
Greg Olsen Note
Greg Olsen photo 201. Greg Olsen TE - (at SF)
Despite getting up there in age, Olsen showed he still had some gas left in the tank in 2019, finishing as the 13th-ranked tight end in 1/2 PPR formats despite playing just 14 games and scoring just two touchdowns. Seattle isn't a bad place for tight ends, but with Will Dissly expected back and Jacob Hollister still on the roster, it's unlikely that Olsen will see his usual number of targets. He's worth drafting in leagues that give bonus points to tight ends but he's outside the TE1 range in standard-sized leagues.
6 weeks ago
Carlos Hyde Note
Carlos Hyde photo 202. Carlos Hyde RB - (at SF)
Hyde had a surprisingly effective year with Houston, despite joining the team just before the season started. He saw 245 carries and averaged 4.4 yards per carry, proving useful in fantasy despite not factoring into the passing game at all. He signed late this offseason with the Seahawks, which, for now, appear to be more of a hedge for Rashaad Penny's injury rather than a chance for Hyde to supplant Chris Carson. But, given Carson's fumbling issues and hip injury, Hyde makes a decent handcuff in a run-heavy Seattle scheme.
6 weeks ago
Jason Myers Note
Jason Myers photo 235. Jason Myers K - (at SF)
Myers' first year in Seattle was a disappointment coming off his stellar 2018 with the Jets. He missed four extra points, and was only 6-of-11 from 40-plus yards. Kicking for Seattle's offense should be a good thing, however, as the Seahawks have a solid offense but often like to play conservatively. But, at this point, Myers is just one of a handful of low-end kickers you can consider drafting in a 12-team league.
6 weeks ago
Seattle Seahawks Note
Seattle Seahawks photo 242. Seattle Seahawks DST - (at SF)
David Moore Note
David Moore photo 276. David Moore WR - (at SF)
Moore took a step back in 2019, catching just 17 passes and scoring two touchdowns. Now, he'll fall out of even three-receiver sets, with Phillip Dorsett on board. Even with an injury in front of him, it seems doubtful that Moore would be worth rostering, so ignore him on draft day and likely beyond.
6 weeks ago
Rashaad Penny Note
Rashaad Penny photo 302. Rashaad Penny RB - (at SF)
Will Dissly Note
Will Dissly photo 306. Will Dissly TE - (at SF)
Josh Gordon Note
Josh Gordon photo 309. Josh Gordon WR - (at SF)
Travis Homer Note
Travis Homer photo 349. Travis Homer RB - (at SF)
Phillip Dorsett II Note
Phillip Dorsett II photo 382. Phillip Dorsett II WR - (at SF)
DeeJay Dallas Note
DeeJay Dallas photo 395. DeeJay Dallas RB - (at SF)