WR - KC
Tyreek Hill has been a very good fantasy asset to have over the last three years. However, he's not someone you want to trust with consistency. For instance, he's posted WR2 or better numbers in just 21-of-43 games over that time. Those numbers pale in comparison to guys like Thomas, Adams, Jones, and Hopkins.
Locked in with the best QB possibly ever. No brainer WR1 with overall WR1 upside.
As long as Hill is connected to the Chiefs offense and Patrick Mahomes, he belongs in the top-5 fantasy WR discussion. Hill comes with a safe floor, but also has the talent and skillset to single-handedly win you a matchup. You can draft Hill again confidently in 2020.
Tyreek Hill is a spectacular player to watch but I'm always a little nervy having him on my NFL team. Despite playing for the best offence in the league, he seems to have a lot of down weeks. You can forgive him though when he blows up for 35 points the next week. His elite upside makes him an awesome best ball option but his lack of weekly reliability makes him a questionable first round choice and his explosiveness makes him more susceptible to injuries than the average WR. Ultimately he's a super non-PPR option but when receptions count he lacks the floor of other elite players and should be docked accordingly.
41 TDs over past 4 seasons is tops among WRs, and has 4th-most FAN PTS thru 1st 59 games of career among WRs over the past 20 years
Averaged 15.62 ppg in outings where he played more than 18% of the snaps(10 games). Easily good for a pace of WR2(250) in 2019, nearly 26 points ahead of Julio in second place. Nothing unusual either. Scored 290 in 2018 to lead all WRs. Injuries have hampered him but he's the clear WR2 in 2020 for me and while not the most consistent option, definitely the best in terms of week to week ability to win you a week. Injuries were a concern in 2019 but tired of hearing how boom or bust he is. The fewest points he got you in 2019 when not leaving the game was 7.6, that's totally fine.
Hill was not the same fantasy receiver in 2019 with just 883 yards and 7 touchdowns in 2019. He missed 4 games with a collarbone injury that hurt his season and he played 2 more games without QB Patrick Mahomes II. He should be elite again in 2020.
His stock has recovered significantly in a short period of time as the off the field issues continue to swirl but appear to be winding down.
26 years old - UFA 2023, potential out 2021
Michael Thomas WR-NO
recommended by 94% of experts
Davante Adams WR-GB
recommended by 67% of experts
Julio Jones WR-ATL
recommended by 25% of experts
DeAndre Hopkins WR-ARI
recommended by 10% of experts
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