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Fantasy Football Player Notes

2021 Rest of Season Rankings

Antonio Gibson Note
Antonio Gibson photo 15. Antonio Gibson RB - (at NYG)
Terry McLaurin Note
Terry McLaurin photo 29. Terry McLaurin WR - (at NYG)
Terry McLaurin has been a victim of awful quarterback play over his short career. However, McLaurin has proven to be an excellent and consistent fantasy receiver regardless. Ryan Fitzpatrick is by far the best thrower of the football he's played with and McLaurin is poised for a career season. Consider him a low end WR1/high end WR2 this season.
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Logan Thomas Note
Logan Thomas photo 106. Logan Thomas TE - (at NYG)
Washington Football Team Note
Washington Football Team photo 165. Washington Football Team DST - (at NYG)
J.D. McKissic Note
J.D. McKissic photo 170. J.D. McKissic RB - (at NYG)
in 2020, J.D. McKissic had 80 receptions and nearly 1,000 AP yards. The trouble is twofold in 2021. First, Ryan Fitzpatrick is far less of a check down QB, and that could limit his targets. This is especially true with Washington improving the WR corps this off-season. Secondly, Antonio Gibson really caught fire towards the end of the season. That all being said, McKissic remains one of the better "depth" running backs you can roster in fantasy and has PPR play appeal in certain matchups in season. He's worthy
of a late target.
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Curtis Samuel Note
Curtis Samuel photo 173. Curtis Samuel WR - (at NYG)
Joe Brady figured out how to get the best out of Curtis Samuel, and Samuel turned that performance into a free agent deal with the Washington Football Team. Ryan Fitzpatrick will have to build report with his new receivers, but one would consider Samuel's '20 numbers as a good base line expectation with potential for more. But, it would be wise to draft him on the baseline, bot the upside.
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Jaret Patterson Note
Jaret Patterson photo 221. Jaret Patterson RB - (at NYG)
Dyami Brown Note
Dyami Brown photo 242. Dyami Brown WR - (at NYG)
Ryan Fitzpatrick Note
Ryan Fitzpatrick photo 249. Ryan Fitzpatrick QB - (at NYG)
The bearded one can still sling the rock. Last season, Ryan Fitzpatrick averaged 8.3 yards per attempt and got the Dolphins off to a solid start before being replaced by the "QB of the Future," Tua Tagovailoa. Despite a forgettable Week 1 performance, Fitzpatrick turned in 5 straight 21+ point performances before getting the hook in a blowout against the Jets in Week 6. You can't blame the Dolphins, but the move may have indeed cost them the playoffs in 2020. Now, Fitzmagic gets another opportunity to play in his first playoff game, but for the Washington Football Team. He inherits a pretty solid complement of weapons across the board and some great matchups against some soft NFC East defenses. Fitz will be an excellent streaming QB in 2021 and a decent Superflex starter most weeks. Officially, Washington says he's "competing" for the starting job, but it's his. Despite imperfections, Washington had upgraded year over year from a genuinely awful quarterback carousel in 2020.
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Taylor Heinicke Note
Taylor Heinicke photo 257. Taylor Heinicke QB - (at NYG)