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Fantasy Football Player Notes

2019 PPR Rest of Season Rankings
Tyler Lockett Note
Tyler Lockett photo 35. Tyler Lockett WR - (vs . SF)
Lockett had just 70 targets last year and before Baldwin came back, he was the secondary target behind Brandon Marshall. Lockett isn't primary weapon, nor will he likely become one. He is still a WR3, but is being vastly overdrafted with over optimistic expectations about his transition to an entirely different type of receiver.
44 weeks ago
Russell Wilson Note
Russell Wilson photo 60. Russell Wilson QB - (vs . SF)
Wilson is playing at an MVP level right now, completing 72.5% of his passes and accounting for 17 touchdowns. With a defense behind him that is far weaker than usual, Wilson has needed to generate plenty of points on offense. That's led to a ton of fantasy production, and Wilson being a top-five option for the rest of the season.
38 weeks ago
Carlos Hyde Note
Carlos Hyde photo 65. Carlos Hyde RB - (vs . SF)
Hyde continues to garner the bulk of the running back touches in Houston, and has looked far more effective than anyone could have expected. He's a zero in the passing game, making him far less valuable in half- and full-PPR leagues. But in standard formats, he's someone you can start weekly without much concern.
35 weeks ago
D.K. Metcalf Note
D.K. Metcalf photo 70. D.K. Metcalf WR - (vs . SF)
Metcalf's targets and receptions have dipped significantly since his first two games, but he remains a red zone threat, as he showed against the Rams. He'll never pile on huge yards, however, so he's more of a touchdown or bust Flex at this stage in his young career.
39 weeks ago
Jacob Hollister Note
Jacob Hollister photo 123. Jacob Hollister TE - (vs . SF)
The Seahawks have the Panthers and Cardinals in Weeks 15 and 16, two of the better matchups for tight ends. They both rank in the top three in yards per target allowed to tight ends. With Tyler Lockett seemingly struggling as of late, Hollister could be the answer to your tight end problems.
31 weeks ago
Phillip Dorsett Note
Phillip Dorsett photo 197. Phillip Dorsett WR - (vs . SF)
With Mohammed Sanu now in town and the Patriots bye coming up, you may be tempted to forget about Dorsett, but he still plays virtually every snap for a great offense that throws a ton and has a killer upcoming schedule so keep him in mind.
35 weeks ago
Seattle Seahawks Note
Seattle Seahawks photo 199. Seattle Seahawks DST - (vs . SF)
Greg Olsen Note
Greg Olsen photo 214. Greg Olsen TE - (vs . SF)
Olsen looked to be returning to form for a few games, but has basically fallen off a cliff. He has just two catches for five yards combined in his last two games. The number of reliable tight ends is small, so Olsen is still a starter in deeper leagues. But there's not much to be optimistic about at the moment.
39 weeks ago
Jason Myers Note
Jason Myers photo 220. Jason Myers K - (vs . SF)
David Moore Note
David Moore photo 290. David Moore WR - (vs . SF)
There was an initial scare of season-ending surgery for Moore's shoulder injury but it seems to be more minor. With that said, even with his potential upside in this offense, he shouldn't be drafted in standard 12-team redraft leagues. Keep him on waiver wire speed dial, however, in case he returns to health and the starting lineup.
44 weeks ago