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ADP = Pick 21  Bye Week: 8

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2020 PROJECTED STATS

PASSING YARDS: 3507 | TDS: 29 | INT: 9
RUSHING YARDS: 1098 | TDS: 6

Lamar put up the best fantasy season on a ppg basis of all time by a quarterback. He will likely be drafted during the 1st two rounds of most fantasy drafts. For the first time ever, he's a quarterback that may actually be worthy of a late 2nd round pick, due to his elite rushing ability and high floor. Exercise caution however when drafting as only two quarterbacks, Daunte Culpepper and Donovan McNabb have repeated as the QB1 in ppg two consecutive seasons since 2002. Lamar's 9% touchdown rate was one of the highest we've ever seen and will absolutely regress. Lamar should absolutely be the 1st quarterback taken, but the advantage he gives you over replacement quarterbacks drafted later will likely not be as high as it was in 2019.

Fantasy Guides

ADP = Pick 22  Bye Week: 10

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PASSING YARDS: 4897 | TDS: 36 | INT: 10
RUSHING YARDS: 268 | TDS: 3

For the first 6 weeks of the season, Patrick Mahomes was on pace to break Peyton Manning's single season passing yards record. Then coincidentally in week 7 he dislocated his knee vs Denver. That injury forced him to miss most of that game as well as the next two games. Despite that and playing the rest of the season on an injured knee, Mahomes was still able to finish as the QB7. If you remove the Denver game where he only attempted 11 passes, his ppg were 2nd to only Lamar Jackson. While Mahomes may be the best QB on the planet in real football, his upside is still just a hair below Lamar Jackson based on Jackson's insance rushing ability. He should be comfortably draft anywhere outside of the 1st two rounds in 2020.

Fantasy Guides

ADP = Pick 61  Bye Week: 10

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PASSING YARDS: 4249 | TDS: 31 | INT: 10
RUSHING YARDS: 272 | TDS: 4

Most people don't realize that he finished 2019 as the QB2 behind only Lamar Jackson, and the Cowboys replaced Randall Cobb with arguably the best wide receiver in this draft class CeeDee Lamb. If Dallas continues to air it out under new head coach Mike McCarthy, then Dak has an outside chance to be THE QB1 in 2020.

Fantasy Guides

ADP = Pick 58  Bye Week: 8

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2020 PROJECTED STATS

PASSING YARDS: 3744 | TDS: 24 | INT: 12
RUSHING YARDS: 407 | TDS: 4

In 2019, Murray rushed for 544 yards and finished as the QB8. The past 5 years we have seen 13 quarterbacks rush for at least 500 yards, with 10 of them finishing as Top 8 options at the position. Murray is likely locked into a floor of around 500 rushing yards and the team added DeAndre Hopkins. Murray should absolutely be drafted as a Top 5 quarterback in 2020.

Fantasy Guides

ADP = Pick 65  Bye Week: 8

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PASSING YARDS: 3690 | TDS: 23 | INT: 11
RUSHING YARDS: 479 | TDS: 5

There is no way to sugar coat it, the DeAndre Hopkins trade is a bad deal for Watson. Even so, he is still an elite fantasy QB, and his legs and ability to make plays will still keep him high in the QB rankings, but he will most surely drop a few spots. He should still be viewed as a top 5 QB, but the chances of him being THE QB1 have been knocked down a notch.

Fantasy Guides

ADP = Pick 63  Bye Week: 6

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2020 PROJECTED STATS

PASSING YARDS: 3840 | TDS: 28 | INT: 7
RUSHING YARDS: 374 | TDS: 2

Weeks 1-9, Wilson was amazing. He was the QB1. Weeks 10-16 however he only managed to put up one top 10 performance. 51% of his total points came in just 5 games. Great for those 5 games, but bad for the rest. Russ should still be viewed as a mid-range QB1, but I would avoid drafting him early as a top 5 option.

Fantasy Guides

ADP = Pick 83  Bye Week: 11

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PASSING YARDS: 3224 | TDS: 19 | INT: 10
RUSHING YARDS: 535 | TDS: 8

Over his first two seasons, Josh Allen has rushed for at least 500 yards and 8 touchdowns. Over the past 5 seasons, there have been 13 quarterbacks rush for at least that many yards, with 11 finishing as QB1's. During the same time period there have been 11 QBs rush for at least 6 touchdowns, with 9 finishing as QB1's. Josh Allen's rushing ability are elite for the quarterback position and gives him one of the highest floors in fantasy football. Oh, and the Bills traded for Stefon Diggs this offseason? 🤷🏻‍♂️He should be viewed as a locked-in mid-range QB1 with Top 5 upside.

Fantasy Guides

ADP = Pick 79  Bye Week: 13

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2020 PROJECTED STATS

PASSING YARDS: 4892 | TDS: 37 | INT: 9
RUSHING YARDS: 24 | TDS: 1

With no reliable weapons other than Julian Edelman, Tom Brady still managed to finish as fantasy football’s QB12 last season. Now he joins a team with seemingly nothing BUT elite weapons in star-studded duo Mike Evans & Chris Godwin, as well as a reunion with his boy Rob Gronkowski. All things considered, Brady possesses a higher fantasy ceiling than he’s had in years. Also, despite his lack of weapons, Brady averaged almost 21 PPG against defenses ranked outside the top-15 in points allowed to opposing QBs last year. He now joins a division in which EVERY team finished outside the top-15. Considering his respectable floor and high ceiling, I have no problem taking a chance on Brady in the middle rounds.

@fantasyfootball.beast

ADP = Pick 85  Bye Week: 6

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2020 PROJECTED STATS

PASSING YARDS: 4316 | TDS: 32 | INT: 9
RUSHING YARDS: 12 | TDS: 1

The Emmanuel Sanders signing is a boost for Drew Brees. He adds a great number two receiving option for the all time passing leader. Brees had an under the radar great fantasy season in 2019 that was overlooked because of the thumb injury. If you remove the game against the Rams where he was knocked out in the 2nd quarter he averaged 22.4 points per game, which was 2nd only to Lamar Jackson. He's going to be a solid fantasy option in what is likely to be his final season.

Fantasy Guides

ADP = Pick 87  Bye Week: 10

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2020 PROJECTED STATS

PASSING YARDS: 4318 | TDS: 24 | INT: 11
RUSHING YARDS: 126 | TDS: 1

Attached to one of the most pass-happy OC's in the NFL, Dirk Koetter, Matt Ryan led an offense that attempted the most passes in the NFL in 2019. His 41 pass attempts per game lead the 2nd place QB's Jameis Winston and Jared Goff by nearly 2 attempts per game. Unfortunately he was only 8th in touchdown passes and 18th in yards per attempt, which led to an overall QB12 ppg finish. Going into 2020, Ryan will still likely be on a top 5 pass attempt team. The same coaching staff is back, and he still has the best WR in the NFL at his disposal. Ryan is the perfect late round QB option with top 5 potentional to target for 2020.

Fantasy Guides

ADP = Pick 91  Bye Week: 5

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PASSING YARDS: 3910 | TDS: 29 | INT: 5
RUSHING YARDS: 208 | TDS: 1

Drafted as a top 3 quarterback in 2019, Rodgers disappointed, finishing as the QB9. Even that QB9 finish comes with a bit of an asterisk, which came in week 7 when he put up a whopping 44 fantasy points against the Raiders. He scored 17% of his entire season during that one game when excluding week 17. He averaged a mere 15.6 points per game in the other 14 games, good for only the QB24 during those games. Rodgers should be looked at as a fine late round QB, but his days as one of the elite fantasy producers are likely over.

Fantasy Guides

ADP = Pick 292  Bye Week: 6

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PASSING YARDS: 3598 | TDS: 22 | INT: 12
RUSHING YARDS: 427 | TDS: 6

The former league MVP finds himself in the perfect landing spot to succeed. New England has proven time and time again that they can run any scheme. They are a chameleon coaching staff. They play to the strengths of the players rather than having the players fit their scheme. If you go back more than 10 years ago to the first time we saw Tom Brady miss an entire season, backup Matt Cassel stepped in and finished the year as the QB7. This was a player who in college was a backup to Matt Leinart at USC and attempted a grand total of 20 college pass attempts. In the NFL he only attempted 39 passes before taking over for Brady. He turned in a top 7 QB performance with a grand total of 59 total pass attempts in college and the pros. Just try to wrap your head around that.

If he starts the season as the Patriots QB, he will be a top 10 QB with top 5 upside. — Fantasy Guides

More recently when Brady was suspended for deflategate, we saw the Patriots have success with Jimmy Garappolo and Jacoby Brissett. When Garappolo started the season during Brady's deflategate suspension, they used him similarly to how the team has always used Brady and he was very successful. However, when Jimmy G got hurt in week 2 of that season and they were forced to play rookie Brissett, and they used him differently. They played to his strengths. They used a lot of misdirection and read/option plays, and allowed Brissett to make plays with his legs, and he too found success.

The way they used Brissett is how I envision them using Cam. It's likely the Patriots try and implement Cam in a similar fashion to the way the Ravens are using Lamar Jackson. Cam isn't nor has he ever been an accurate passer and the Patriots know this. Belichick has never had a mobile weapon at the position and you have to think he's excited to use him in that way. The main concern is Cam's throwing shoulder which has now required two surgeries. However, if that's healed, and Cam is 100%, watch out. Only twice in his 9-year career has Cam failed to finish worse than 8th at the position in points per game. And that's with a much inferior offensive coaching staff. Given the historic success of the QB position in New England with their current head coach, especially the season we saw from Matt Cassel, it's easy to see big things from Cam in 2020. If he starts the season as the Patriots QB, he will be a top 10 QB with top 5 upside.

Fantasy Guides

ADP = Pick 97  Bye Week: 9

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2020 PROJECTED STATS

PASSING YARDS: 3945 | TDS: 25 | INT: 9
RUSHING YARDS: 190 | TDS: 1

Carson Wentz has suffered from a season ending ACL tear, spondylosis and a concussion the past 3 seasons however last season he was a top 10 fantasy qb who made it through the entire fantasy season. I would be okay with Wentz as my quarterback as his lack of symptom recurrence for these injuries is key. He is >2 years removed from his ACL injury which is optimal and also rushing yards/TDs are not a significant part of his output. He threw for a career high attempts, yards and completions last season with no aggravation of his back injury, and aside from last season’s concussion he doesn’t have a history of head injuries. With his concussion occurring at the end of the season it was also ensured that he wasn’t rushed back. The recent injury history will likely make him a cheap late round pick up with great upside and a solid floor.

🚑 INJURY RISK LEVEL = 🟡 MEDIUM

@fantasydocs

ADP = Pick 108  Bye Week: 5

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PASSING YARDS: 4265 | TDS: 26 | INT: 11
RUSHING YARDS: 88 | TDS: 1

Last season I correctly predicted that Matt Stafford would be out for the season immediately following the report of his injury. Despite him performing at an all-pro level prior to the injury and him having a more than adequate amount of rest I will not be pursuing him as my QB1. It’s due to the nature of his injury which is likely “#spondylolysis” or essentially a stress fracture of the vertebrae. He had a previous back injury which sounded suspiciously similar in the previous season which makes him at an elevated risk for another recurrence. This injury is common in quarterbacks and is aggravated by repetitive arching and rotation of the spine(aka throwing). Stafford is a gun slinger not a runner so either way his upside is capped. Either he throws a ton and makes is increasingly likely that he re-injures himself or they throw less and utilize the run game more. It’s a catch-22 where both outcomes result in a reduced fantasy output for Stafford.

🚑 INJURY RISK LEVEL = 🔴 HIGH

@fantasydocs

ADP = Pick 130  Bye Week: 9

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PASSING YARDS: 3757 | TDS: 26 | INT: 15
RUSHING YARDS: 146 | TDS: 2

After setting the rookie touchdown record in just 14 games in 2018, expectations were sky high for Baker and the rest of the Browns offense going into 2019. Unfortunately it didn't happen, not even close. Baker should be given a break however as he was operating the last two years under coaches Hugh Jackson (no longer in the league) and Freddie Kitchens (tight ends coach New York). While he may not provide the upside he was drafted for last season, he could be an incredible late-round QB value in 2020. He is loaded with talent at every position, from Nick Chubb and Kareem Hunt at running back, to OBJ and Jarvis Landry and wide receiver and David Njoku and newly signed Austin Hooper at tight end. Cleveland also addressed the offensive line position by adding offensive tackle Jedrick Willis Jr. out of Alabama with the 10th pick of the draft. A top 10 season is easily in reach for Baker, but you won't have to draft him there.

Fantasy Guides

ADP = Pick 125  Bye Week: 11

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PASSING YARDS: 3762 | TDS: 24 | INT: 14
RUSHING YARDS: 300 | TDS: 2

Since becoming the starter in Week 3, Daniel Jones was a top 12 quarterback in points per game as a ROOKIE. The thing I like most about Daniel Jones is his safe floor due to his scrambling ability. Jones is an underrated athlete who had almost 300 yards rushing to go along with 2 scores, in only 12 starts. So logically he could only go up from here right? Not according to most mocks, as he’s currently being taken as a QB2 in the later rounds. This is great news for you because now you can create depth at other positions and still have a quality starter.

@fantasyfootballrapper

ADP = Pick 137  Bye Week: 9

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PASSING YARDS: 4261 | TDS: 25 | INT: 12
RUSHING YARDS: 63 | TDS: 1

Tied for the most pass attempts in 2019 with Jameis Winston, Jared Goff was only able to turn those high attempts into a QB13 finish. A large part of this was having a 28th ranked touchdown rate of 3.5%, resulting in only 22 touchdowns. If he can keep close to the high attempts but have his touchdown rate get closer to the 5.7% it was in 2018, he could be a could value as a late round QB with mid-QB1 upside.

Fantasy Guides

ADP = Pick 133  Bye Week: 7

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PASSING YARDS: 3530 | TDS: 23 | INT: 9
RUSHING YARDS: 219 | TDS: 3

When Tannehill took over the starting job week 7, he not only took it, he ran away with it. Only Lamar Jackson and Drew Brees were better on a points per game during that stretch. His efficiency was off the charts. That is going to help when you have a running back like Derrick Henry garnering most of the attention and a rookie wideout A.J. Brown who was the only wide receiver in the Superbowl era to average 20 yards per reception and go over 1,000 yards. You could say the efficiency that was taking place in Tennessee was one of the best we've ever seen. It's also likely to regress and possibly by a lot. The concerns are that Tennessee will have a tough time being as efficient in the red zone as they were in 2019. And given the fact that Tannehill ranked 29th in pass attempts per game, the volume likely will not be there to float him if the efficiency takes a hit. Tannehill is still a solid QB option, but drafting him based on what he did last year will likely cause regret. He should be viewed as a high-end QB2 in 2020.

Fantasy Guides

ADP = Pick 143  Bye Week: 9

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PASSING YARDS: 3796 | TDS: 24 | INT: 14
RUSHING YARDS: 279 | TDS: 2

All the Bengals have done since last season has prepared to surround their franchise quarterback with talent. They could have traded A.J. Green, but opted to keep him around to help bolster that offense. Then during the draft they added Tee Higgins, a similar type player to Green to be his eventual replacement. Add that to safety-valve slot WR Tyler Boyd and their versatile workhorse Joe Mixon to go along with offensive-minded playcaller, Zac Taylor and Burrow is in a great position to succeed in 2020 with a chance to be a back end QB1.

Fantasy Guides

ADP = Pick 153  Bye Week: 11

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2020 PROJECTED STATS

PASSING YARDS: 3643 | TDS: 23 | INT: 11
RUSHING YARDS: 86 | TDS: 1

If you're looking for Kirk Cousins West, look no further than Jimmy G. Like Cousins, he was top 5 in completion percentage, and like Cousins plays for one of the most run heavy teams in the NFL. If you watched the NFL Championship game you saw it in full force as he only attempted 8 passes. This is the downside of Jimmy G. He should be looked at as a mid-range QB2, nothing more.

Fantasy Guides

ADP = Pick 175  Bye Week: 7

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2020 PROJECTED STATS

PASSING YARDS: 3293 | TDS: 24 | INT: 9
RUSHING YARDS: 393 | TDS: 2

The 6th round pick was forced into action right away in 2019 as Nick Foles broke his collar bone during the first half of week 1 vs Kansas City, and he performed surprisingly well. He finished the season as the QB19 playing in only 14 games. Part of the upside he brings is with his feet as he accounted for 344 rushing yards, ranked 5th at the position. Surprising as he only ran a 4.97 40 during his combine. Minshew has a low ceiling, but a decent floor due to his rushing upside and #10 team pass plays per game due to Jacksonville's often negative gamescript.

Fantasy Guides

ADP = Pick 155  Bye Week: 8

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PASSING YARDS: 3457 | TDS: 22 | INT: 12
RUSHING YARDS: 201 | TDS: 1

Drew Lock has a ton of things going for him. This offseason, the Broncos added Melvin Gordon, Jerry Jeudy, and KJ Hamler. They are loaded on offense. Just based off the amount of weapons, Lock should be top-12 this year. Even if you aren’t a believer in the talent, you can just look at Jameis Winston last year as a perfect example of a bad quarterback doing well in fantasy due to his weapons. I, on the other hand, believe in the talent. The past two years, Mahomes and Lamar Jackson have been the big breakout QB. What’s the similarities between them? Both of them didn’t start much of their rookie year, the team got rid of their competition in the offseason (Alex Smith and Joe Flacco) and their teams had them surrounded in a system they could thrive in. Well, Drew Lock didn’t start most of his rookie year, the Broncos cut Joe Flacco, and Lock has been surrounded by weapons heading into his second year. I wouldn’t be surprised if Lock is a top-7 or better QB this year.

@fantasypollsnow_

ADP = Pick 246  Bye Week: 10

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2020 PROJECTED STATS

PASSING YARDS: 3223 | TDS: 19 | INT: 8
RUSHING YARDS: 353 | TDS: 4

From 2015-2017, Tyrod Taylor was a top-16 quarterback each of those seasons, with 2016 being his best. That year he was the QB7 in points per game. During that stretch he averaged over 500 rushing yards. It's that rushing ability that gives Taylor a nice floor as a solid QB2 option. He also will be playing with the best supporting cast he has ever seen, and a top-12 end of season finish it absolutely within reach if he can hold onto the starting position for the entire year. Look to target Taylor as your 2nd or possibly even 1st quarterback later in your drafts.

Fantasy Guides

ADP = Pick 245  Bye Week: 11

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PASSING YARDS: 3813 | TDS: 23 | INT: 14
RUSHING YARDS: 277 | TDS: 2

When he finally took over in week 7, Fitzpatrick was on fire. In fact, he was 2nd to only Lamar Jackson in total points during that stretch. There is a good chance he starts the entire season while Miami lets rookie Tua heal/learn. Fitzpatrick has potentially the best value based on where he is being drafted. The uncertainty is understandable, but he is WELL worth the risk as a end of draft quarterback.

Fantasy Guides

ADP = Pick 164  Bye Week: 7

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PASSING YARDS: 3833 | TDS: 25 | INT: 10
RUSHING YARDS: 92 | TDS: 1

Cousins provides a reliable QB2 option in fantasy drafts. His top 5 completion percentage gives a slight floor that other more volatile QBs don't provide. He does however take a slight ding given the loss of Stefon Diggs. Minnesota did however address the position early in the draft by selecting LSU standout Justin Jefferson in the 1st round. While he's nothing to get excited about, Cousins is capable of big games and should be looked at as a solid QB2 option.

Fantasy Guides

ADP = Pick 129  Bye Week: 8

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PASSING YARDS: 3814 | TDS: 23 | INT: 11
RUSHING YARDS: 53 | TDS: 1

Big Ben had season-ending elbow injury/surgery last September. There were not specifics given but it appears there was a torn ligament which destabilized the elbow joint that needed to be repaired. It was mentioned that Tommy John surgery specifically was not performed. These type of injuries can take anywhere from 9-18 months to recover from and with covid restricting team activities combined with the loss of AB, Juju seeming to not be able to handle #1 corner coverage (evidenced both by last season AND in games with Ben throwing the previous season), no instant game ready WR in the draft (Claypool is a redzone target but also still a project) I would not target Big Ben. He simply won’t have had the appropriate sport integration following rehab and doesn’t have an all-star supporting cast to fallback on.

🚑 INJURY RISK LEVEL = 🟢 LOW

@fantasydocs

ADP = Pick 159  Bye Week: 7

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PASSING YARDS: 3934 | TDS: 24 | INT: 12
RUSHING YARDS: 22 | TDS: 0

2019 was the worst finish by Rivers since 2012. He was surpassed by the likes of Ryan Fitzpatrick, Derek Carr, and nearly Gardner Minshew, who played in two less games. His 14.7 points per game were very pedestrian. Going into 2020, he's in a new situation with a focus on the run game and arguably worse weapons in the passing game. This is the first time in his career outside of his first two seasons behind Brees where it's fine to let Rivers go undrafted. He can be picked up in a bye-week pinch, but he shouldn't be holding a roster spot in most leagues.

Fantasy Guides

ADP = Pick 177  Bye Week: 13

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2020 PROJECTED STATS

PASSING YARDS: 3379 | TDS: 19 | INT: 12
RUSHING YARDS: 121 | TDS: 1

There might not be a player in the NFL who has overcome more adversity than Teddy. When called upon to replace an injured Drew Brees last season, Teddy delivered scoring the 12 most fantasy points at the position over his 5-game stretch as the starter. His upside is limited based on his 37th ranked deep ball attempts. However, his high completion percentage will do him some good given he has excellent playmakers in the short and intermediate areas of the field with D.J. Moore and Christian McCaffrey. Teddy is a late round QB who provides high QB2 upside.

Fantasy Guides

ADP = Pick 178  Bye Week: 11

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2020 PROJECTED STATS

PASSING YARDS: 3422 | TDS: 22 | INT: 13
RUSHING YARDS: 119 | TDS: 2

It was an uphill battle for Darnold last year as he had to learn a new offense under Adam Gase and missed multiple games due to Mono. He finished the year as QB27 which is exactly where he finished in 2018. Once he was healthy and comfortable with the new offense, he was able to put together a 3 week stretch in which he averaged 25 pts a game. We also saw a small increase in volume as his pass attempts rose from 31 to 34 pass attempts per game. Now with a rebuilt offensive line and new weapons on the outside in WR Denzel Mims & WR Breshard Perriman, the arrow is pointing up for Darnold. However a tough defensive AFC East stocked with premier corners such as Stephon Gilmore, Byron Jones, Xavien Howard and Tre’Davious White limits the possibility of Darnold taking a major leap in 2020. Still Darnold remains a talented young QB with improved weapons. We have him as QB2 with upside to finish in the top 18.

@runouttheclockfootballtalk

ADP = Pick 210  Bye Week: 6

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2020 PROJECTED STATS

PASSING YARDS: 3574 | TDS: 21 | INT: 7
RUSHING YARDS: 56 | TDS: 1

Jon Gruden and Mike Mayock are putting everything on Carr this year. They made a somewhat controversial pick with Henry Ruggs at pick 12, and then added Lynn Bowden Jr. and Bryan Edwards in the third round. There is a lot of potential in this receiving core to add to what they already have in Josh Jacobs and Darren Waller. Carr was 2nd in completion percentage in 2019 and if he can turn that into more deep attempts it could be a solid campaign for Carr in 2020.

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