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ADP = Pick 4  Bye Week: 6

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2020 PROJECTED STATS

RUSH YARDS: 7 | RECEPTIONS: 136
RECEIVING YARDS: 1452 | TOUCHDOWNS 9

Fantasy Guides top ranked wide receiver going into last season, Michael Thomas separates himself from the pack among wide receivers. In his 4-year career he has yet to catch fewer than 90 passes, 1,100 yards or 5 touchdowns. If that were not enough, in sixe games played with backup Teddy Bridgewater, Thomas averaged 22.3 ppr points per game, with his lowest single game performance being 16.4 fantasy points. He's as rock solid as they come, he's QB proof and no wide receiver is safer or has a higher ceiling than Thomas.

Fantasy Guides

ADP = Pick 8  Bye Week: 5

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2020 PROJECTED STATS

RUSH YARDS: 0 | RECEPTIONS: 101
RECEIVING YARDS: 1265 | TOUCHDOWNS 10

Last season, despite playing through turf toe, Adams averaged the 6th most fantasy points per game. He was Top 12 in target share, targets per game, receptions per game and yards per game and was Top 5 in yards per route run. He has very little in the way of target competition. The packers did nothing to address the wide receiver position in the draft which will continue to leave Adams as Rodgers' go-to guy and a Top 5 finisher at the wide receiver position in 2020.

Fantasy Guides

ADP = Pick 12  Bye Week: 10

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2020 PROJECTED STATS

RUSH YARDS: 12 | RECEPTIONS: 101
RECEIVING YARDS: 1451 | TOUCHDOWNS 7

2019 was the first time in the last six years that Julio Jones failed to reach at least 1,400 receiving yards....he missed it by six yards. He also missed one game. No receiver is more consistant year after year than Jones. The only knock is his enigmatic ability to NOT score touchdowns. Only once in his career has he managed to score at least 10 touchdowns. While you can't count on the touchdowns, you can count on elite consistency, and if he just happens to turn in his 2nd double digit touchdown season, JACKPOT!

Fantasy Guides

ADP = Pick 18  Bye Week: 13

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2020 PROJECTED STATS

RUSH YARDS: 22 | RECEPTIONS: 94
RECEIVING YARDS: 1322 | TOUCHDOWNS 7

They old addage that wide receivers break out during their third season could not have been more accurate for Chris Godwin. He exploded in 2019 finishing as the WR2, despite only playing in 14 games. He was sort of in his own mini-tier behind Michael Thomas as he averaged 1.4 points per game more than the WR3, Julio Jones. Looking ahead there is no Jameis Winston. He gets the GOAT, Tom Brady who made it possible for Julian Edelman to finish as the WR7 in 2019. With Godwin playing the same role as Edelman, look for Tom to look to Godwin often as his safety valve. He is a solid top 5 option in 2020.

Fantasy Guides

ADP = Pick 10  Bye Week: 10

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2020 PROJECTED STATS

RUSH YARDS: 90 | RECEPTIONS: 88
RECEIVING YARDS: 1272 | TOUCHDOWNS 9

Tyreek Hill is the clear WR1 on the best offense in the NFL, making him an extremely valuable asset. Players on explosive, established, high-scoring offenses are what you want in fantasy, and Hill fits into this category. However, this can be seen as both good and bad, as a high-powered offense likely has quite a few weapons. These weapons, including Travis Kelce, Mecole Hardman, and newly-acquired running back Clyde Edwards-Helaire, are sure to take away a good chunk of volume from Hill, limiting his ceiling. I currently have Tyreek Hill as my 5th receiver and would look to draft him in the second round and feel very confident about it.

@fantasy.football.elite

ADP = Pick 9  Bye Week: 8

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2020 PROJECTED STATS

RUSH YARDS: 13 | RECEPTIONS: 93
RECEIVING YARDS: 1187 | TOUCHDOWNS 8

Moving from Houston to Arizona, the Cardinals run a wide-open offense with lots of 4-wide sets designed to spread the ball out. This could be the first time since Hopkins' rookie season that we see his target share drop below 26%. Hopkins has never had much in the way of target competition in all his time in Houston, but now he gets one of the greatest wide receivers of all time Larry Fitzgerald as well as third year standout Christian Kirk who both demanded target shares last season over 20%. Hopkins is still a fine mid-range WR1 in fantasy, but this could be the first time we see him slip from elite status.

Fantasy Guides

ADP = Pick 32  Bye Week: 11

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2020 PROJECTED STATS

RUSH YARDS: 12 | RECEPTIONS: 81
RECEIVING YARDS: 1006 | TOUCHDOWNS 6

A-Rob was the 3rd most targeted wide receiver in 2019. He will likely be one of the most heavily targeted in 2020 as well. His only blemish, and it's a significant one, is his quarterback situation is one of the worst in the NFL. However, the situation in 2019 was as bad as it gets and Robinson still finished Top 10. Mitch Trubisky’s 3.3% touchdown rate was the third worst. No matter who is under center for Chicago, whether it’s Trubisky or Nick Foles, it's bound to be better and should benefit A-Rob. Robinson is locked in as WR1 in 2020.

Fantasy Guides

ADP = Pick 25  Bye Week: 13

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2020 PROJECTED STATS

RUSH YARDS: 0 | RECEPTIONS: 84
RECEIVING YARDS: 1337 | TOUCHDOWNS 7

Only Michael Thomas, Chris Godwin and Julio Jones averaged more points per game than Evans. He finished as the WR13 despite missing 3 games. Out with turnover machine Jameis Winston and in with the 🐐. Brady may not have the deep ball that Winston has, but he will allow many more red zone opportunities, which is where Evans 6'5", 235 pound frame shines. Expect another high end WR1 season from Evans in 2020.

Fantasy Guides

ADP = Pick 24  Bye Week: 5

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2020 PROJECTED STATS

RUSH YARDS: 0 | RECEPTIONS: 81
RECEIVING YARDS: 1343 | TOUCHDOWNS 8

Kenny Golladay finished as the WR9 last year despite playing with 3 different QBs. He finished 12th in PPG (15.5) but if we look at his numbers with Stafford from weeks 1-10 he averaged 17.1 PPG which would have put him at WR7 on the season. Another Metric that is important when evaluating players is their fantasy points per target. Golladay ranked 11th in that category which shows that he may not see the elite target numbers like a Hopkins or Thomas but he will be efficient with what he is dealt. Finally, the Lions have ranked in the top half of the league (14th) in team pass % in both 2018 and 2019. Their defense hasn’t got any better so they will likely have to throw the ball even more in 2020. Kenny Golladay is a very solid pick as a mid to back end WR1.

@fantasy__champs

ADP = Pick 29  Bye Week: 10

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2020 PROJECTED STATS

RUSH YARDS: 11 | RECEPTIONS: 73
RECEIVING YARDS: 1027 | TOUCHDOWNS 7

2019 finally saw Amari Cooper live up to the hype. The overall WR10 was still volatile with six games of 9 points or fewer, including three games under 3 points and one goose egg vs New England. It's very likely that's the best version of Amari we will see as the team replaced Randall Cobb with Oklahoma standout CeeDee Lamb. Amari already had a shaky target share for at WR1 at 20%, but now with the rookie in the equation, that's likely to drop and drop Amari out of the WR1 conversation.

Fantasy Guides

ADP = Pick 31  Bye Week: 9

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2020 PROJECTED STATS

RUSH YARDS: 21 | RECEPTIONS: 78
RECEIVING YARDS: 1082 | TOUCHDOWNS 6

OBJ was a massive let down in 2019, but we whould expect somewhat of a bounce back in 2020. The team did sign Austin Hooper and he wasn't made the highest paid tight end in the NFL just to block. He will pull targets away from both OBJ and Jarvis Landry. OBJ's targets and target share will likely drop, but he should still see over 20% which is good, and his efficiency should go up as well as his touchdowns. He should be viewed as a high end WR2 with WR1 upside.

Fantasy Guides

ADP = Pick 30  Bye Week: 13

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2020 PROJECTED STATS

RUSH YARDS: 53 | RECEPTIONS: 80
RECEIVING YARDS: 1087 | TOUCHDOWNS 6

In 2019 D.J. Moore had a breakout sophomore season with 87 receptions, 1,175 receiving yards, and 4 touchdowns. Newly acquired quarterback Teddy Bridgewater should only add to Moore’s big play opportunities. The addition of wide receiver Robby Anderson shouldn’t decrease Moore’s value as he has established himself as Carolinas #1 WR. Moore’s 175 targets should only see an uptick with more veteran leadership at QB. Overall D.J. Moore has WR1 potential going into the 2020 season.

@snizfantasyfootball

ADP = Pick 41  Bye Week: 10

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2020 PROJECTED STATS

RUSH YARDS: 25 | RECEPTIONS: 86
RECEIVING YARDS: 1039 | TOUCHDOWNS 5

We see a unique situation rising for the Chargers offense as Rivers takes his talents to Indy, journeyman Tyrod Taylor and rookie Justin Herbert get ready to battle it out in the offseason. For Allen, a QB competition is the best possible outcome. Even though the Chargers have the easiest strength of schedule in fantasy, my thoughts on Allen are still shakey, and more because of his QBs then him. Taylor is the better option in my opinion due to his past with receivers like Allen, Robert Woods averaged about 5 receptions a game back in 2015/2016. While 5 targets a game isn’t world-breaking, it is good to mention that Taylor’s average depth of target is within a yard and a half of Allens, I see Allen having similar production to 2019 but with fewer TDs as Henry looks to have a full season in a Chargers offense repping the easiest schedule in the league Fantasy wise.

@nflauthority

ADP = Pick 33  Bye Week: 7

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2020 PROJECTED STATS

RUSH YARDS: 27 | RECEPTIONS: 81
RECEIVING YARDS: 1066 | TOUCHDOWNS 6

Diggs leaving Minnesota will be a good thing for Thielen's volume in 2020. In 2017 and 2018 we saw him garner target shares above 25%. In 2019, we saw that number drop below 18%. With Diggs out of the picture those targets will shift back above 25% and put Thielen back in the high-end WR2 picture.

Fantasy Guides

ADP = Pick 48  Bye Week: 9

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2020 PROJECTED STATS

RUSH YARDS: 110 | RECEPTIONS: 80
RECEIVING YARDS: 1031 | TOUCHDOWNS 5

2019 saw Woods start off slow. After 8 weeks and averaging a very pedestrian 12 points per game, nearly 5 points per game less than he averaged the previous season, and he had zero touchdowns. Then things turned around over the final 2 months of the season. The Rams switched to more 12 personnel and Woods was the major benefactor. The Rams final six games saw Woods become the 3rd most targeted wide receiver and on a points per game basis, he tied Julio Jones as the WR2 over that span. Going into 2020, there is not longer Brandin Cooks and Woods should be heavily targeted again giving him high-end WR2 upside and possibly WR1.

Fantasy Guides

ADP = Pick 46  Bye Week: 10

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2020 PROJECTED STATS

RUSH YARDS: 24 | RECEPTIONS: 73
RECEIVING YARDS: 964 | TOUCHDOWNS 6

Everyone wants to find the next Chris Godwin, because having a player like that means you get a WR1 at great value, helping you potentially win your fantasy league. Like the Buccaneers, there are plenty of open wide receiver targets up for grabs with Mohammed Sanu and Austin Hooper no longer with the team. Both the Buccaneers and Falcons are very pass heavy. The Falcons had a 66.97% passing rate, highest in the league. The Buccaneers, on the other hand, had a 62.34% passing rate, 7th highest in the league. Like Chris Godwin, Calvin Ridley has a WR1 ahead of him to take the pressure off from facing top cornerbacks.

Now, let’s look and see just how much Ridley can succeed when given the chance to shine. In three games that Ridley played without Mohammed Sanu or Austin Hooper, he did VERY well. He averaged around 7.33 receptions, 10.67 targets a game, and 106.33 yards per game. This set him with 22.47 points per game (PPR formats). While I don’t think he will average this much, he could very realistically average 18+ points per game.

Even if Ridley just averages 8 targets a game, he can do very well. In his two years in the league, he has 8 games with 8 targets or more. In those games, he averaged 24.15 points per game (PPR formats). His WORST performance in those 8 games? 17.1 fantasy points. With how many targets Ridley should be set to see, he is bound to succeed.

The only concern is that Todd Gurley and Hayden Hurst are entering the offense. But with Devonta Freeman, Austin Hooper, and Mohammed Sanu out, there are plenty of targets. Freeman (70 targets in 14 games), Sanu (42 targets in 7 games), and Austin Hooper (97 targets in 13 games) combined for a total of 209 free targets. Even if Gurley, Hurst, and even Russell Gage could see a bunch of those, and Ridley would still easily inherit 30 of them, resulting in an uptick in usage and a breakout season.

Everyone is missing the fact that Ridley was set to break out last season. Before his injury, he was on pace for 1066 yards and 8 touchdowns with a WR14 finish. Don’t be late to the hype, draft Ridley.

@fantasypollsnow_

ADP = Pick 39  Bye Week: 9

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2020 PROJECTED STATS

RUSH YARDS: 30 | RECEPTIONS: 86
RECEIVING YARDS: 1071 | TOUCHDOWNS 7

The WR4 from last season took critisicm for his terrible subpar second half. He started out on fire and was the WR2 behind only Michael Thomas for the first 8 weeks. Weeks 9-17 however, he was the WR30. However, if we give him a pass for his one outlier ZERO point game ins week 10 then he was actually the WR14 over his final 7 games. A top 5 season for Kupp in 2020 is probably unlikely, but he enter will be without Brandin Cooks and will be the focal point of the Rams offense and should be looked at in the back end WR1 to high end WR2 range.

@fantasyfootballstateofmind

The main concern for Kupp looking ahead is if the Rams continue to roll out the 12 personnel lineup that they were running during the 2nd half of 2019. If that's the case, Kupp could suffer. Over the final 8 games of the season, Kupp's target share dropped from 28% all the way down to 15%. And over the final 5 games of the season his snap share plummeted from 90% to 65%. If this continues into 2020, Kupp could prove to be a bust at his ADP.

Fantasy Guides

ADP = Pick 42  Bye Week: 7

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2020 PROJECTED STATS

RUSH YARDS: 45 | RECEPTIONS: 66
RECEIVING YARDS: 1084 | TOUCHDOWNS 7

Brown had a really good rookie season. He finished the year as the WR21 in ppr scoring with 217 fantasy points. He ranked 3rd in yards per reception and 1st in yards per route run. In fact, he's the only rookie wide receiver in the Superbowl era to record 1,000 receiving yards and average 20+ yards per reception. We know he is really good, but being tied to a run heavy system will keep his ceiling capped as a WR2. In fantasy football, volume is King. He will need to see an increase from his 84 targets in order to jump into WR1 territory, and it's hard to project a drastic increase based on the way the Titans offense will operate.

Fantasy Guides

ADP = Pick 60  Bye Week: 11

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2020 PROJECTED STATS

RUSH YARDS: 7 | RECEPTIONS: 67
RECEIVING YARDS: 951 | TOUCHDOWNS 6

Parker finished 2019 as the WR11, but was the WR3 over the last 13 games of the season once Ryan Fitzpatrick took over at quarterback. He likely gets Fitzmagic as the full time starter for all of 2020 while the Dolphins allow Tua to heal and develop. That's a good thing for Parker who will likely outperform his ADP in 2020.

Fantasy Guides

ADP = Pick 36  Bye Week: 8

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2020 PROJECTED STATS

RUSH YARDS: 3 | RECEPTIONS: 81
RECEIVING YARDS: 997 | TOUCHDOWNS 6

How does someone go from being a 1st round pick in most fantasy drafts a year ago, to a mid-pick in 2020? Well that’s exactly what’s happening in the case of JuJu Smith-Schuster. JuJu battled injuries and only played with Ben Roethlisberger one game last season. In that game he caught 6 of 8 targets for 78 yards against the best secondary in the league, the New England Patriots. So if that’s his floor, I’ll take that any day of the week! How quick we forget that JuJu was the #8 overall wide-receiver in PPR for 2018 and still only 23 years old.

@fantasyfootballrapper

ADP = Pick 50  Bye Week: 6

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2020 PROJECTED STATS

RUSH YARDS: 40 | RECEPTIONS: 73
RECEIVING YARDS: 1035 | TOUCHDOWNS 7

Although DK Metcalf is on the rise and has loads of potential, everyone should stop overlooking Tyler Lockett. He has missed 1 game in the 5 years he’s been in the league and has improved every year. Last year, it was his first season with over 100 targets and 1,000 yards and I totally see that happening again. In the last two years, he has had 18 touchdowns which we see to be a very impressive stat. The only concern with Lockett is his week to week consistency. It is very hard to predict him week to week because he is so hit or miss. It isn’t 100% his fault either, some games he saw 18,14,12 targets and other games he saw as little as 2 or 3 targets. I would put Lockett in the WR2-WR3 range but his potential is looking good for this year.

@fantasy.football.bros

ADP = Pick 44  Bye Week: 8

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2020 PROJECTED STATS

RUSH YARDS: 10 | RECEPTIONS: 71
RECEIVING YARDS: 1047 | TOUCHDOWNS 6

When people hear the name Courtland Sutton, they think of him as a 2019 pro bowler, and how great of a receiver he is. And yes, he’s good. The unsteady thing about Sutton is that many people acknowledge how they’ve added Jerry Jeudy, Melvin Gordon, and KJ Hamler this offseason. And they already have Noah Fant and Phillip Lindsay. With all these big names in Denver, there will be little opportunity for Sutton to shine in 2020.

@fantasy.football.island

ADP = Pick 57  Bye Week: 6

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2020 PROJECTED STATS

RUSH YARDS: 13 | RECEPTIONS: 62
RECEIVING YARDS: 940 | TOUCHDOWNS 7

Any time you're a wideout tied to Russell Wilson, you have upside. When you have the athletic profile of DK, that upside is enhanced. That was the case in 2019 when DK turned 100 targets into a WR33 finish. He may not be an elite route runner, but with Wilson, he won't need to be. He provides elite playmaking ability and touchdown upside and is playing with a HOF quarterback. The biggest issue will be volume. It's hard to predict him seeing many more targets than what he saw last season on a team that loves to consistantly run the football. He is a WR3 with WR2 upside.

Fantasy Guides

ADP = Pick 52  Bye Week: 7

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2020 PROJECTED STATS

RUSH YARDS: 0 | RECEPTIONS: 75
RECEIVING YARDS: 1108 | TOUCHDOWNS 5

A very under the radar and durable fantasy wide receiver is T.Y. Hilton on the Indianapolis Colts. Last season Hilton suffered a nagging hamstring injury which kept him out 6 games. It seems to be not known that this was the first time he’s missed 2+ games since he became a full-time starter. He’s still the wide receiver that finished top 15 season after season and will look to continue that streak. Despite missing time Hilton and having a shaky qb situation, he managed to still finish above the likes of Juju Smith-Schuster who did not get injured. He seems like the perfect value pick as he doesn’t need many targets to produce and is being taking round 4 or later. In addition, Hilton will look to have a Rivers and Keenan Allen type connection which would sky rocket Hilton’s production. Overall, T.Y. Hilton appears to be a great value pick and has a very high ceiling heading into 2020.

@fantasyfootball.edge

ADP = Pick 55  Bye Week: 11

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2020 PROJECTED STATS

RUSH YARDS: 37 | RECEPTIONS: 65
RECEIVING YARDS: 882 | TOUCHDOWNS 5

Diggs was begging to get traded and he got what he wished for. The Vikings dealt him a Monsters, Inc. style banishment to Buffalo. He gets to go from one frozen city to another, only this time with no temperature-controlled heating. This should be seen as a slight downgrade for fantasy. He no longer has to deal with target hog Adam Theilen, but he gets Josh Allen, who lacks the touch on his passes to mesh well with Stefon Diggs crisp route running. He also trades in a dome for harsh late season weather conditions. Diggs should be seen as a low end WR2 to high end WR3 in 2020.

Fantasy Guides

ADP = Pick 56  Bye Week: 7

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2020 PROJECTED STATS

RUSH YARDS: 11 | RECEPTIONS: 65
RECEIVING YARDS: 879 | TOUCHDOWNS 5

Chark was a second year breakout last year. He was able to haul in 73 catches from 117 targets 1,008 receiving yards and 8 touchdowns. But still is unfortunately in one of the worst offenses in football. Jacksonville's defense is likely going to be bad and the team will likely be behind in lots of games meaning potentially lots of garbage time points. Chark has 2.05 yards per route, which ranks 42nd...not very impressive. And ranks 21st in air yards with 1,358 air yards. These numbers aren’t that promising especially with a likely reduction in target share. I do however think he finishes the season similar to last year and is a late WR2/ Flex option due to garbage time numbers.

@sackattack_fantasyfootball

ADP = Pick 62  Bye Week: 8

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2020 PROJECTED STATS

RUSH YARDS: 0 | RECEPTIONS: 65
RECEIVING YARDS: 993 | TOUCHDOWNS 6

For the first six weeks of the season Terry McLaurin was the WR14. He was the WR6 in points per game. After that early season success he came down to earth some, but still turned in a solid WR29 season. His ceiling will be limited by quarterback play with 2nd year starter Dwayne Haskins. Terry should be viewed as a back end WR2 with high-end WR2 upside.

Fantasy Guides

ADP = Pick 70  Bye Week: 9

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2020 PROJECTED STATS

RUSH YARDS: 3 | RECEPTIONS: 77
RECEIVING YARDS: 942 | TOUCHDOWNS 4

Jarvis Landry has finished as a WR2 or better for 5 straight seasons in PPR formats. Landry most recently finished above his more sought after fantasy counterpart, Odell Beckham Jr., with 9 more receptions, 139 more yards and 2 more touchdowns. Despite the addition of the 6th most targeted TE in the league, Austin Hooper, Jarvis can remain a back end WR2 in the Brown’s crowded offense. Landry has an incredibly safe floor due to his high reception/target total each year.

@ff.coverage

ADP = Pick 74  Bye Week: 9

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2020 PROJECTED STATS

RUSH YARDS: 23 | RECEPTIONS: 79
RECEIVING YARDS: 980 | TOUCHDOWNS 5

Tyler Boyd is in a highly unpredictable situation. AJ Green is the WR1 for Cincinnati when healthy and now the Bengals have brought in another talented Wide Receiver in Tee Higgins. After having a solid PPR season for 2019 where he hauled in 90 receptions for over 1,000 yards and 5 touchdowns, I see a decline coming for Boyd. AJ Green and Tee Higgins will both be in the fold for 2020 and that leaves you only hoping he’s the surefire WR2 in Cincinnati. Even if he is, with Tee Higgins being the first Wide Receiver off the board in the 2nd Round of the 2020 draft, you have to figure his talent will be utilized. One ongoing possibility is AJ Green being injured. This would skyrocket Boyd’s value as it would be him and Higgins as the top 2 on the depth chart instead of a 3 headed core where the only true certainty would be AJ Green being the go to. Temper expectations for Boyd in 2020 and realize there’s a lot of risk with him unless AJ goes down with injury.

@fantasyfootball.limelight

ADP = Pick 69  Bye Week: 9

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2020 PROJECTED STATS

RUSH YARDS: 0 | RECEPTIONS: 70
RECEIVING YARDS: 1044 | TOUCHDOWNS 6

It's hard to trust Green after his mysterious high ankle sprain last season that kept him out the entire year. That combined with his age and previous turf toe injury make him an easy avoid decision. Other than one season from Randy Moss, players of Green's stature (6'4" or taller) have almost no track record of producing anything higher than a WR4 season at the age of 32 and beyond. While Green could likely do better than that and could finish as a WR2 this season, drafting him banking on WR1 upside is more than likely to disappoint.

🚑 INJURY RISK LEVEL = 🔴 HIGH

@fantasydocs
ADP = Pick 72  Bye Week: 6

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2020 PROJECTED STATS

RUSH YARDS: 33 | RECEPTIONS: 77
RECEIVING YARDS: 889 | TOUCHDOWNS 4

Julian Edelman has been a reliable PPR asset for years, and losing Tom Brady isn’t going to change that. Since 2012, Edelman has either had a minimum of 90 receptions each year or has been on a 16 game pace of 90 or more receptions. He’s a little older now, but he’s still the heartbeat of this offense and will be Stidham’s go-to guy in the slot. All together, he’s got decent upside, but most importantly a safe PPR floor.

@fantasy.football.analyst

ADP = Pick 78  Bye Week: 10

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2020 PROJECTED STATS

RUSH YARDS: 0 | RECEPTIONS: 63
RECEIVING YARDS: 913 | TOUCHDOWNS 6

Gallup broke out in a good way during his 2nd season, finishing as the WR18 in points per game, just .2 behind teammate Amari Cooper. His 22.7% target share was better than Cooper's. He was top 12 in receiving yards per game and top 10 in yards per reception. Unfortunately, he is a big loser with Dallas drafting Oklahoma wideout CeeDee Lamb. If Lamb turns out to be anything like he's expected to, it will be nearly impossible for him and Amari for that matter to garner a significant enough target share for them to have repeat performances of 2019. Dallas was already the 10th highest volume pass team in the NFL, so it's unlikely for that to rise, especially with Ezekiel Elliott on the roster. Expect Gallup to drop out of the WR2 conversation and into the back end WR3 fold.

Fantasy Guides

ADP = Pick 90  Bye Week: 5

STRENGTH OF SCHEDULE


2019 WEEKLY FINISHES

      
      

*each color bar represents 1 game

2020 PROJECTED STATS

RUSH YARDS: 12 | RECEPTIONS: 68
RECEIVING YARDS: 925 | TOUCHDOWNS 6

One of the more underrated players in fantasy, Marvin Jones put up a solid 2019 season, however just like 2018, it was derailed by injuries. Over the past two seasons, Jones has missed a combined 10 games, keeping him outside of the top 25 wideouts two years in a row. However, in 2016, Jones finished as the WR11. Last year despite having played a big chunk of his games without Mathew Stafford, he still managed to finish 21st in points per game. His ceiling may not be that high and he is an injury risk, but he's about as safe a WR3 with WR2 upside as you can find in the late rounds.

Fantasy Guides

ADP = Pick 76  Bye Week: 8

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2019 WEEKLY FINISHES

      
      

*each color bar represents 1 game

2020 PROJECTED STATS

RUSH YARDS: 15 | RECEPTIONS: 66
RECEIVING YARDS: 859 | TOUCHDOWNS 7

In 2019, Hollywood and Lamar showed that they have a connection. The Ravens offense took off, and with the addition of JK Dobbins, their offense will have even more weapons to cover, shifting the focus away from Hollywood. His footwork is great, as he showed with his toe tap catch in the end zone last year, and with Mark Andrews taking up the middle of the field, Hollywood doesn’t have any real competition for outside deep passes. Lamar is hyped up about him this year, he is fully healthy again, and is a great pick if he falls into the mid WR2 territory.

@thefantasycommish

ADP = Pick 118  Bye Week: 10

STRENGTH OF SCHEDULE


2020 PROJECTED STATS

RUSH YARDS: 10 | RECEPTIONS: 51
RECEIVING YARDS: 720 | TOUCHDOWNS 4

CeeDee Lamb has been very productive and crazy efficient in his last two college seasons with the Oklahoma Sooners. After unexpectedly falling down to pick No. 17 in the draft, he’ll now join Amari Cooper and Michael Gallup in Dallas to form a dangerous receiving trio. While he may not command No. 1 receiver targets right away, the departures of Randall Cobb, Jason Witten, and Tavon Austin left 190 vacated targets up for grabs. Out of the 13 receivers drafted in the first two rounds, Lamb is walking into the most vacated targets, so there should still be an opportunity for him to produce in 2020.

@the.football.fix

ADP = Pick 81  Bye Week: 8

STRENGTH OF SCHEDULE


2019 WEEKLY FINISHES

      
      

*each color bar represents 1 game

2020 PROJECTED STATS

RUSH YARDS: 0 | RECEPTIONS: 52
RECEIVING YARDS: 692 | TOUCHDOWNS 4

For a few weeks after the Texans shipped DeAndre Hopkins to Arizona, Fuller was looking like a player with a WR2 floor and WR1 ceiling. However the signing of Brandin Cooks changed that. The Texans now have three wideouts (Fuller, Cooks and Stills) with similar skill sets. Fuller may have the advantage having played with Watson the longest, but his injury history and inconsistency washes out the upside. He is a great best ball add, but he will be a volatile WR3-4 in regular ppr leagues.

Fantasy Guides

ADP = Pick 106  Bye Week: 8

STRENGTH OF SCHEDULE


2020 PROJECTED STATS

RUSH YARDS: 8 | RECEPTIONS: 57
RECEIVING YARDS: 694 | TOUCHDOWNS 4

Jerry Jeudy should start right away and become a friendly target for young QB Drew Lock. Although I have little doubts about Jeudy finding success in the league, I think he may be limited from a fantasy perspective in 2020. Lock has a big arm, but is still an unproven starter in the league. Courtland Sutton led that team in receiving last year with 72 receptions for 1,112 yards. The 2nd most productive receiver on the team was Emmanuel Sanders, who was traded mid-season and only played 7 games for Denver. Sanders averaged 11.24 fantasy points/game in that span, which ranked 45th amongst all receivers in 2019. I don’t see the Broncos having a potent enough passing attack to support both Sutton and Jeudy in a significant way this season.

@the.football.fix

ADP = Pick 117  Bye Week: 6

STRENGTH OF SCHEDULE


2020 PROJECTED STATS

RUSH YARDS: 12 | RECEPTIONS: 53
RECEIVING YARDS: 771 | TOUCHDOWNS 5

The Raiders selection of Henry Ruggs made him the first WR taken in the 2020 NFL Draft. Ruggs has world class speed (4.27 40) with an impressive career yard per catch average (17.5). These attributes are a perfect fit for the Raiders as they’re looking for a more explosive offense in 2020. Ruggs should start opposite of WR Tyrell Williams and instantly command the bulk of the targets from day 1. The Raiders have shown they’re not afraid of giving a rookie a heavy workload as we learned that last year with rising star RB Josh Jacobs. The Raiders may have found their version of AFC West rival WR Tyreek Hill. Ruggs is a mid round pick, WR3 right out of the gates with WR2 upside in his rookie season

@runouttheclockfootballtalk

ADP = Pick 67  Bye Week: 11

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2019 WEEKLY FINISHES

      
      

*each color bar represents 1 game

2020 PROJECTED STATS

RUSH YARDS: 127 | RECEPTIONS: 52
RECEIVING YARDS: 686 | TOUCHDOWNS 4

If you're looking for a much cheaper version of A.J. Brown, Deebo Samuel is your guy. Brown may have averaged one point per game more (13.6 to vs 12.6) but Deebo was able to get his points with just three receiving touchdowns compared to Brown's eight. Furthermore, over the last 8 games of the season, Deebo was the WR14. Emmanuel Sanders is now in New Orleans making Deebo the #1 WR in San Francisco and putting him in the WR2 conversation.

Fantasy Guides

🚨UPDATE: Deebo Samuel suffered a Jones fracture to the fifth metatarsal of his foot. This is unfortunately a high risk fracture with poor healing. The fracture is located at a “watershed site” or area of poor blood flow and thus poor healing. Surgery is indicated in cases of significant displacement as well as dependent on the location and level of athlete. He will not be a viable fantasy play this season and this hurts his dynasty outlook as well⁣.

🚑 INJURY RISK LEVEL = 🔴 HIGH

@fantasydocs

ADP = Pick 102  Bye Week: 8

STRENGTH OF SCHEDULE


2019 WEEKLY FINISHES

      
      

*each color bar represents 1 game

2020 PROJECTED STATS

RUSH YARDS: 93 | RECEPTIONS: 62
RECEIVING YARDS: 658 | TOUCHDOWNS 3

The only thing holding Kirk back in Arizona were injuries and an aging Larry Fitzgerald. Now the Cardinals just added one of the best wide receivers in the league in DeAndre Hopkins who will demand a 25% target share. This crushes Kirk's value. His 25% target share is likely to drop closer to 20% and into the WR4 to WR5 conversation.

Fantasy Guides

ADP = Pick 113  Bye Week: 11

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2019 WEEKLY FINISHES

      
      

*each color bar represents 1 game

2020 PROJECTED STATS

RUSH YARDS: 56 | RECEPTIONS: 65
RECEIVING YARDS: 786 | TOUCHDOWNS 4

Most probably wouldn't realize it, but Sterling Shepard was a top 12 wideout in receptions per game in 2019. He was also top 24 with a 23.4% target share as well as a healthy 8.5 targets per game. If he can maintain his volume and stay healthy, Shepard provides top 25 upside that can be drafted as a WR4 in 2020.

Fantasy Guides

ADP = Pick 111  Bye Week: 11

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2019 WEEKLY FINISHES

      
      

*each color bar represents 1 game

2020 PROJECTED STATS

RUSH YARDS: 11 | RECEPTIONS: 72
RECEIVING YARDS: 776 | TOUCHDOWNS 5

Seen as a sort of poor man's Jarvis Landry, Crowder is heavily dependant on volume. He's never going to be a big play or high touchdown threat. His target share and receptions per game however were both top 24 in 2019. The additons of Breshad Perriman and Denzel Mims don't help, but he is Sam Darnold's most trusted receiving option and a safe and dependable WR3 for 2020.

Fantasy Guides

ADP = Pick 110  Bye Week: 11

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2019 WEEKLY FINISHES

      
      

*each color bar represents 1 game

2020 PROJECTED STATS

RUSH YARDS: 13 | RECEPTIONS: 54
RECEIVING YARDS: 784 | TOUCHDOWNS 5

The constant underdog. Underappreciated since high school. All he has done is battle and exceed expectations and is expected to do so once again in 2020. The Buffalo Bills offseason acquisition of Stefon Diggs will undoubtedly cause Brown to lose some targets, but the attention that Diggs will garner from defenses will create an increase of quality targets for the ultra consistent Brown. Expect Brown to be a quality flex option in 2020.

@a_veryweirdfantasy

ADP = Pick 89  Bye Week: 8

STRENGTH OF SCHEDULE


2019 WEEKLY FINISHES

      
      

*each color bar represents 1 game

2020 PROJECTED STATS

RUSH YARDS: 33 | RECEPTIONS: 60
RECEIVING YARDS: 829 | TOUCHDOWNS 4

This former WR1 hit rock bottom last season. Cooks finished outside of the top 50 in points per game, targets per game, target share, receptions per game, and receiving yards per game. That combined with two games missed due to a concussion led to a WR61 season. Cooks can’t do any worse than he did last season, and now he plays with a superior quarterback with inferior competition. Will Fuller, Kenny Stills and Keke Coutee will not demand the same number of targets as Cooper Kupp, Robert Woods and Tyler Higbee. The days of Cooks being a WR1 are long gone, but he can be a high end WR3, low end WR2 in this offense.

Fantasy Guides

ADP = Pick 115  Bye Week: 7

STRENGTH OF SCHEDULE


2020 PROJECTED STATS

RUSH YARDS: 6 | RECEPTIONS: 53
RECEIVING YARDS: 651 | TOUCHDOWNS 4

Justin Jefferson was one of the highest ranked WR’s coming into the 2020 draft and although he was drafted by a run first offence in Minnesota, he is filling a large target void which Stefon Diggs has left behind. It was proven in 2019 that the offense could support two fantasy relevant WR’s and with Thielen being primarily a slot player, we could see huge upside out of Jefferson even within the first half of the season. We have seen in his years at LSU that he is an incredible threat after the catch with elite footwork. Watch out for Jefferson to possibly finish within the top 3 rookie WR’s and with such high upside he may even take the top spot.

@thefantasyfootballeruk

ADP = Pick 139  Bye Week: 11

STRENGTH OF SCHEDULE


2019 WEEKLY FINISHES

      
      

*each color bar represents 1 game

2020 PROJECTED STATS

RUSH YARDS: 14 | RECEPTIONS: 53
RECEIVING YARDS: 645 | TOUCHDOWNS 4

Miller is undergoing surgery on his shoulder, yet again, this offseason. And even though he'll be ready for 2020, we need to temper expectations for the 3rd year WR again. A 10th round ADP leaves a lot of upside for Miller. Taylor Gabriel is leaving town, and Nick Foles comes in to be the presumable starter (Bears declined Trubisky's 5th year option). Maybe it's time Nagy finally let's Miller see the ball more. We've seen sparks from Miller, but he's still a distant #2 on a team that doesn't run many plays on offense (16th in plays run in 2019). If Foles is the QB, and if injuries are avoided, I see WR3 upside from Miller, but should be drafted as a WR4/5 option.

@gofor2_ff

ADP = Pick 103  Bye Week: 6

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2019 WEEKLY FINISHES

      
      

*each color bar represents 1 game

2020 PROJECTED STATS

RUSH YARDS: 6 | RECEPTIONS: 57
RECEIVING YARDS: 740 | TOUCHDOWNS 4

Did you know that Emmanuel Sanders was the only player in the NFL last season to play in all 17 NFL games. Fun Fact. This move to New Orleans feels like another lateral move for fantasy. It's going to be hard for any player to take targets away from Michael Thomas. He's like a black hole for receptions. The Saints however did attempt 103 more passes than San Francisco. So all in all, Sanders should do about what he did last season and finishes as a back end WR3.

Fantasy Guides

ADP = Pick 114  Bye Week: 11

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2019 WEEKLY FINISHES

      
      

*each color bar represents 1 game

2020 PROJECTED STATS

RUSH YARDS: 0 | RECEPTIONS: 50
RECEIVING YARDS: 752 | TOUCHDOWNS 5

Slayton had a strong showing in his rookie season and developed a strong connection with his quarterback in fellow rookie Daniel Jones, as he saw a nice bump in production in the second half. While the Giants have a lot of options in the passing game, Slayton appears to have the highest ceiling of them all, as he has a big frame along with explosive play-making ability. A second year leap into stardom is a very real possibility, and I feel like Slayton is a great value pick in the middle rounds of fantasy football drafts, as he possesses the kind of league-winning upside you want from a mid-round WR.

@spencertheguru

ADP = Pick 141  Bye Week: 13

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2019 WEEKLY FINISHES

      
      

*each color bar represents 1 game

2020 PROJECTED STATS

RUSH YARDS: 12 | RECEPTIONS: 44
RECEIVING YARDS: 638 | TOUCHDOWNS 4

The WR39 from last season gets a change of scenery in Charlotte, NC. Unfortunately this should not be viewed as a positive. While Teddy Bridgewater was one of the most accurate quarterbacks in 2019 with a 68% completion percentage, he was ranked 37th among quarterbacks in deep ball attempts. That's primarily what Anderson runs. Teddy is a short to intermediate passer who doesn't take many chances downfield. Anderson is a downright avoid except for maybe the very end of your drafts. His weekly volatility will be high, with little ceiling to benefit from, even in best ball leagues.

Fantasy Guides

ADP = Pick 107  Bye Week: 8

STRENGTH OF SCHEDULE


2019 WEEKLY FINISHES

      
      

*each color bar represents 1 game

2020 PROJECTED STATS

RUSH YARDS: 25 | RECEPTIONS: 63
RECEIVING YARDS: 749 | TOUCHDOWNS 5

The 3rd round pick out of Toledo last year had a decent rookie season on an offense that was without starting QB Ben Roethlisberger. His 157 ppr points ranked 41st at the position. His average yards of separation ranked 1st in the NFL. That shows he has great ability with his route running to gain separation from the defender, allowing his QB a larger passing window. With Big Ben back in the picture in 2020, look for him to take advantage of that. Expect a WR3 season from the 2nd year wideout.

Fantasy Guides

ADP = Pick 136  Bye Week: 9

STRENGTH OF SCHEDULE


2020 PROJECTED STATS

RUSH YARDS: 10 | RECEPTIONS: 39
RECEIVING YARDS: 494 | TOUCHDOWNS 3

With the 21st pick in this year's draft, Philadelphia addressed it's biggest weakness by selecting the stocky speedster from TCU. The stats for 2019 don't jump off the page for Reagor. Only 43 catches and 611 yards. But if you go back a year to his sophomore season, he had 72 catches for 1,061 receiving yards with 33% of the teams target share. Those are really good numbers. He lands in a perfect spot where he will most likely assume the role that Nelson Agholar played and was able to turn into a WR22 season back in 2017. He has elite athleticism and a 95th percentile breakout age. He is also great as a returner. He can't be relied on right away as a contributor to your fantasy team, but is someone to keep an eye on as a stash late in your drafts.

Fantasy Guides

ADP = Pick 183  Bye Week: 11

STRENGTH OF SCHEDULE


2020 PROJECTED STATS

RUSH YARDS: 0 | RECEPTIONS: 47
RECEIVING YARDS: 583 | TOUCHDOWNS 4

Aiyuk was one of my favorite receivers in the draft that was not part of the top tier. He is an excellent deep threat who is incredibly dynamic with the ball in his hands. He has excellent body control and acts like a running back after the catch as he fights for every yard. His burst is excellent and helps on kick returns. I’d call him very similar to his teammate Deebo Samuel as both are masters after catch. Deebo is locked in as the 49ers #1 receiver and I do see a pretty easy path for Aiyuk to grab that second spot due to the departure of Emmanuel Sanders. He is only a weekly option due to the 49ers run heavy offense that will really only allow George Kittle and Deebo to be consistent starters. He is more of a late-round flier in deeper leagues.

@thefantasybulletin

ADP = Pick 128  Bye Week: 10

STRENGTH OF SCHEDULE


2019 WEEKLY FINISHES

      
      

*each color bar represents 1 game

2020 PROJECTED STATS

RUSH YARDS: 0 | RECEPTIONS: 47
RECEIVING YARDS: 804 | TOUCHDOWNS 4

2019 was the first season in Mike Williams’ career that he started every game that he was able to, 15 of 15. In those games, he amounted to 49 receptions on 90 targets which was his most inefficient receiving year since his rookie campaign. Although he struggled with the consistency, he stilled ended the season with 1,001 yards and 2 TD’s. With his physical attributes of being a 6’4” red zone threat, look for a positive TD regression in 2020. With Tyrod Taylor looking likely to be the lead QB to start the campaign, Williams could possess top 20 upside with his scoring threat. His ceiling is very high but his floor is also reasonably low.

@thefantasyfootballeruk

ADP = Pick 131  Bye Week: 11

STRENGTH OF SCHEDULE


2019 WEEKLY FINISHES

      
      

*each color bar represents 1 game

2020 PROJECTED STATS

RUSH YARDS: 5 | RECEPTIONS: 56
RECEIVING YARDS: 772 | TOUCHDOWNS 5

From weeks 1-9, Williams was the WR37, just one spot and 1 point behind fellow teammate DeVante Parker. Then an ACL tear ended what was a promising season. If he can return from his injury and start the season on time, he should be viewed as a GREAT value with the potential to score similar points to Parker at a fraction of the draft cost.

Fantasy Guides

ADP = Pick 147  Bye Week: 11

STRENGTH OF SCHEDULE


2019 WEEKLY FINISHES

      
      

*each color bar represents 1 game

2020 PROJECTED STATS

RUSH YARDS: 15 | RECEPTIONS: 62
RECEIVING YARDS: 727 | TOUCHDOWNS 4

Top 12 in targets per game last year, Tate was able to turn that into a WR29 points per game at the position 2019 season. He may not provide much of a ceiling, but he has a nice floor as a WR4 or flex option. With Daniel Jones likely to take a 2nd year leap, look for Tate towards the end of your drafts as nice wide receiver depth.

Fantasy Guides

ADP = Pick 152  Bye Week: 9

STRENGTH OF SCHEDULE


2019 WEEKLY FINISHES

      
      

*each color bar represents 1 game

2020 PROJECTED STATS

RUSH YARDS: 0 | RECEPTIONS: 51
RECEIVING YARDS: 626 | TOUCHDOWNS 4

Once one of the better wideouts in fantasy, but those days seem like they were 10 years ago. How is Alshon still only 30 years old? He no longer provides the WR2 comfort level he did in years past. Injuries have sapped his athleticism, but he can still be a decent flex option late. He did average a healthy 22.6% target share, and 8 targets per game which were top 24. Those however are likely to decrease with 1st round addition Jalen Reagor. Look for him in the late rounds as WR depth with some TD upside.

Fantasy Guides

ADP = Pick 188  Bye Week: 5

STRENGTH OF SCHEDULE


2019 WEEKLY FINISHES

      
      

*each color bar represents 1 game

2020 PROJECTED STATS

RUSH YARDS: 5 | RECEPTIONS: 43
RECEIVING YARDS: 553 | TOUCHDOWNS 3

The Lizard stepped into a more significant role after Packers Star WR Devante Adams went down in week 4 against the Eagles. In 12 regular season games Lazard was targeted 52 times and secured 36 receptions with 3 touchdowns. Geronimo Allison is now with the Lions and the Packers did not draft a WR in the offseason. Lazard is capable of stepping into a WR2 role for the Packers. If so, Lazard can be found in the later rounds of fantasy drafts with possible upside. He could end up being many fantasy teams Flex option in matchup based scenarios.

@fantasy_mechanic

ADP = Pick 158  Bye Week: 11

STRENGTH OF SCHEDULE


2019 WEEKLY FINISHES

      
      

*each color bar represents 1 game

2020 PROJECTED STATS

RUSH YARDS: 12 | RECEPTIONS: 46
RECEIVING YARDS: 752 | TOUCHDOWNS 5

Perriman signed as a free agent with the Jets in the offseason. Perriman averaged 21.10 points per game over his last 5 games of 2019 with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Granted Mike Evans missed 3 of those games and Chris Godwin missed 2 games. Perriman steppes in nicely as WR with nice upside. Going to the Jets as perhaps the team’s #1 WR could see Perriman become a decent fantasy WR in 2020. He will have to compete for targets with Jamison Crowder and rookie Denzel Mims. Perriman should be a draft day bargain and a worthy bench stash.

@fantasy_mechanic

ADP = Pick 149  Bye Week: 10

STRENGTH OF SCHEDULE


2019 WEEKLY FINISHES

      
      

*each color bar represents 1 game

2020 PROJECTED STATS

RUSH YARDS: 20 | RECEPTIONS: 49
RECEIVING YARDS: 658 | TOUCHDOWNS 4

After one week in 2019, Watkins was THE WR1 in fantasy after his 47 point ppr performance vs Jacksonville. He finished the season as the WR50. After that week one explosion which accounted for 1/3 of his total points, he never recorded a performance of more than 14 points and had 9 single digit games along with two goose eggs. And he did all of the with Patrick Mahomes as his quarterback for most of the year. We've seen what Watkins is, and it's not that exciting. He's not more than a WR4 in 2020.

Fantasy Guides

ADP = Pick 161  Bye Week: 9

STRENGTH OF SCHEDULE


2019 WEEKLY FINISHES

      
      

*each color bar represents 1 game

2020 PROJECTED STATS

RUSH YARDS: 23 | RECEPTIONS: 43
RECEIVING YARDS: 741 | TOUCHDOWNS 4

I posted last year accurately on why Jackson’s sports hernia would be a huge hinderance as well as his likely surgery which he ended up having. I am optimistic about his bounce back sleeper potential this season. With adequate rest and this likely being his last season in Philly he will have something to prove to try and get a last big contract. If Alshon is traded definitely look to pick up Jackson. His only competition at that point will be Goodwin and rookie Raegor.

🚑 INJURY RISK LEVEL = 🟡 MEDIUM

@fantasydocs

ADP = Pick 189  Bye Week: 11

STRENGTH OF SCHEDULE


2020 PROJECTED STATS

RUSH YARDS: 0 | RECEPTIONS: 35
RECEIVING YARDS: 463 | TOUCHDOWNS 3

Mims has the look of an elite WR on film and appears to have as high of a ceiling as any rookie wideout heading into this season. He ended up in a nice landing spot with the New York Jets, as Sam Darnold loves to throw the ball downfield, and that sets up perfectly for Mims, who’s a big-body wideout at 6-3 and excels at going up and getting jump balls, especially in the red zone. While it might take Mims a little while to get acclimated into the offense, I see him having a big role in year 1, as the Jets don’t have many pass-catching options outside of veterans Jamison Crowder and Breshad Perriman. I see Mims as a WR4 with flex upside, and he’s someone I’ll be targeting for my bench come draft day.

@spencertheguru

ADP = Pick 217  Bye Week: 7

STRENGTH OF SCHEDULE


2019 WEEKLY FINISHES

      
      

*each color bar represents 1 game

2020 PROJECTED STATS

RUSH YARDS: 32 | RECEPTIONS: 57
RECEIVING YARDS: 571 | TOUCHDOWNS 3

The WR44 from last season is a decent flex option in most leagues. Jacksonville ranked 10th in team pass plays in 2019, and that will likely remain about the same as they have arguably the worst defense in the NFL. Expect a lot of garbage-time scoring from the former Sooner.

Fantasy Guides

ADP = Pick 138  Bye Week: 10

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2019 WEEKLY FINISHES

      
      

*each color bar represents 1 game

2020 PROJECTED STATS

RUSH YARDS: 35 | RECEPTIONS: 47
RECEIVING YARDS: 751 | TOUCHDOWNS 6

When you combine the playmaking ability of All World QB Patrick Mahomes, with the speed of Mecole, it's no surprise that he was #1 in both yards per target and yards per reception. Mecole was also #3 in target separation. The biggest issue is usage. He ranked 98th in total targets. However, it shouldn't be hard for him to surpass Sammy Watkins this year as the preferred option, and he's a great flex option especially in Best Ball leagues. Expect WR4 numbers, but he has the upside to surpass that and push for high end WR3 in 2020.

Fantasy Guides

ADP = Pick 160  Bye Week: 13

STRENGTH OF SCHEDULE


2019 WEEKLY FINISHES

      
      

*each color bar represents 1 game

2020 PROJECTED STATS

RUSH YARDS: 80 | RECEPTIONS: 50
RECEIVING YARDS: 607 | TOUCHDOWNS 4

One of the more electric wideouts in the NFL, Samuel was able to turn in a WR3 performance in 2019. However, those hoping he can build off of that 2019 performance should temper expectations. Carolina ranked 2nd in total pass attempts, so the volume is not likely to increase, if anything it will drop some, and now he gets another deep threat additon, Robby Anderson to take away targets as well as a new QB Teddy Bridgewater who only attempted 1.7 deep ball attempts per game (#37) in games started in 2019. Samuel should only be looked at as a WR4-5 with some flex appeal in best ball formats.

Fantasy Guides

ADP = Pick 167  Bye Week: 6

STRENGTH OF SCHEDULE


2019 WEEKLY FINISHES

      
      

*each color bar represents 1 game

2020 PROJECTED STATS

RUSH YARDS: 37 | RECEPTIONS: 53
RECEIVING YARDS: 642 | TOUCHDOWNS 4

An ankle injury in 2019 held N'Keal out for all but 7 games in his rookie season. From that, Harry put up a mere 2 TD's, and just over 100 yards receiving. He developed no connection with Tom Brady and was just trying to find his feet in the NFL. Heading into 2020; Jarrett Stidham looks to be the starter in New England - unproven, but the Pats are bought in. N'Keal will be his number 1 outside receiver (Edelman remaining in the slot). The Pats drafted NO ONE to replace Harry. And Harry holds 1st round pedigree, and has the athletic mold of an elite WR. With an 8th round ADP, Harry is worth the shot and holds boom/bust WR3 value.

@gofor2_ff

ADP = Pick 207  Bye Week: 7

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2019 WEEKLY FINISHES

      
      

*each color bar represents 1 game

2020 PROJECTED STATS

RUSH YARDS: 43 | RECEPTIONS: 53
RECEIVING YARDS: 571 | TOUCHDOWNS 4

Parris Campbell did not make a big difference in his rookie year with Indianapolis, only bringing in 18 receptions for 127 yards and 1 touchdown in 7 games. Now, entering his sophomore year, Campbell has an improved quarterback in Philip Rivers, and is the only slot receiver on the Colts roster. Campbell is a 6’ wide receiver that utilizes his speed (4.31 40 yard dash). At Ohio State, Campbell brought in 90 receptions for 1063 yards and 12 touchdowns, all while sitting behind Terry McLaurin. Campbell will be a starter in the slot and has a chance to get even more targets as TY Hilton has not played a full season since 2017. Parris Campbell is a great boom or bust option on your bench for bye weeks due to his big play ability.

@fantasy__kings

ADP = Pick 220  Bye Week: 8

STRENGTH OF SCHEDULE


2019 WEEKLY FINISHES

      
      

*each color bar represents 1 game

2020 PROJECTED STATS

RUSH YARDS: 17 | RECEPTIONS: 48
RECEIVING YARDS: 586 | TOUCHDOWNS 3

The former Packer and Cowboy finds himself in a decent landing spot in Houston or 2020. There is no one on that team who will demand targets like Davante Adams and Amari Copper so he will have a good shot to garner close to 100 targets as Watson's primary slot option. He averaged the 9th most yards per target in 2019, and is a great value at the tail end of your fantasy drafts.

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ADP = Pick 194  Bye Week: 6

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2019 WEEKLY FINISHES

      
      

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2020 PROJECTED STATS

RUSH YARDS: 0 | RECEPTIONS: 54
RECEIVING YARDS: 631 | TOUCHDOWNS 4

The WR54 from last season, Renfrow finished with 605 receiving yards on 49 receptions his rookie season. One positive stat was that Renfrow ranked 17th in yards per route run, which is a positive sign for his efficiency. Unfortunately for him, the Raiders added a plethora of receiving competition via the draft, including 1st wide receiver taken, Henry Ruggs. However, Renfrow will likely keep his role as the slot safety valve for Derek Carr, and given Carr's affinity for the short area of the field, look for Renfrow to continue to gobble up a lot of those targets and help provide a decent flex option in most leagues as a late-round add.

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ADP = Pick 182  Bye Week: 8

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2019 WEEKLY FINISHES

      
      

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2020 PROJECTED STATS

RUSH YARDS: 0 | RECEPTIONS: 53
RECEIVING YARDS: 550 | TOUCHDOWNS 3

Analysis by @thefantasybulletin

Larry Fitz continued his legendary run into the record books by putting up 75 catches for 804 yards. He started off the season on a bit of a hot streak before cooling off down the stretch. He has not broken 6 touchdowns since 2015 and is no longer the top threat he was years ago. It wasn’t the worst year he’s ever had, but it certainly wasn't the best. Coming into his age-37 season, Larry Fitz is more of a weekly option based on matchups. The Cards added DeAndre Hopkins and still have Chrstian Kirk behind him, pretty much giving Fitz the final job on the depth chart, unless Andy Isabella finds himself there. Fitzgerald has a very low ceiling and is only an option in the deepest of leagues.

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ADP = Pick 142  Bye Week: 7

STRENGTH OF SCHEDULE


2020 PROJECTED STATS

RUSH YARDS: 0 | RECEPTIONS: 47
RECEIVING YARDS: 626 | TOUCHDOWNS 4

It shouldn't be too difficult for rookie WR Michael Pittman to carve out a role in Indy with veteran QB Philip Rivers. We have seen what Rivers can do with big bodied WR's from his time spent with Mike Williams. The 6'4", 223 pound wideout could have easily been a first round pick in the draft had it not been for the insane depth at the position. He may only have touchdown upside in year one, but he has a poor man's Mike Evans body type that could prove worth a late round pick.

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ADP = Pick 238  Bye Week: 7

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2019 WEEKLY FINISHES

      
      

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2020 PROJECTED STATS

RUSH YARDS: 0 | RECEPTIONS: 47
RECEIVING YARDS: 618 | TOUCHDOWNS 3

The former 5th overall pick finished 2019 as the WR62. What was once a promising receiver prospect, the former Western Michigan product finds himself playing his last season in Tennessee as they expectedly declined his 5th year option. He was outshined by rookie standout A.J. Brown and is now no more than a complimentary receiving option in a run-heavy system that operates through All-Wold running back Derrick Henry. His 2019 stat line of 69 receptions for 601 yards and 2 touchdowns is likely the most we can expect in 2020 as well. He can be added late in drafts, but those expecting a late breakout should not hold their breathe

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ADP = Pick 235  Bye Week: 8

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2019 WEEKLY FINISHES

      
      

*each color bar represents 1 game

2020 PROJECTED STATS

RUSH YARDS: 0 | RECEPTIONS: 37
RECEIVING YARDS: 562 | TOUCHDOWNS 3

Going into his 3rd season, Washington is going to have to fight off rookie Chase Claypool for outside duties. He has the advantage as Claypool is seen as more of a project player who will take time to develop. Washington should be seen as no more than a low/floor boom or bust player. He was able to record 4 games of 13 or more ppr points, 10 single digit performances including two zero points finishes. Granted he did all of this without Ben Roethlisberger, so he should be given some slack for that. Washington does provide big-play ability and makes a decent best ball option. He ranked 17th in deep ball targets, but he very little touchdown appeal having ranked 92nd in red zone receptions. He should be viewed as a fill-in piece late in drafts.

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ADP = Pick 214  Bye Week: 11

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2019 WEEKLY FINISHES

      
      

*each color bar represents 1 game

2020 PROJECTED STATS

RUSH YARDS: 0 | RECEPTIONS: 52
RECEIVING YARDS: 565 | TOUCHDOWNS 3

Did you know Beasley averaged the same points per game as Odell Beckham last season? His 12 points per game ranked 37th at the position. He would be higher had the Bills not traded for Stefon Diggs. Beasley will still likely stay in the slot, but Diggs will surely pull targets away from Beasley and pushing him way outside of any WR3/4 conversations.

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ADP = Pick 191  Bye Week: 9

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2020 PROJECTED STATS

RUSH YARDS: 0 | RECEPTIONS: 30
RECEIVING YARDS: 380 | TOUCHDOWNS 2

A wide receivers value in fantasy football is heavily dependent on the opportunity they are given, sadly for Higgens, I don’t see him having a ton of targets this season, Tyler Boyd alone hogged 24.9% of the target share, and that’s without Green! Besides target share, a huge reason I’m steering clear of Higgens is their strength of schedule, currently, the Bengals rank 31st in difficulty in the passing game. There are too many options in that Bengals offense for Higgens to be a viable fantasy receiver.

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ADP = Pick 216  Bye Week: 6

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2019 WEEKLY FINISHES

      
      

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2020 PROJECTED STATS

RUSH YARDS: 0 | RECEPTIONS: 38
RECEIVING YARDS: 575 | TOUCHDOWNS 4

After the first month of the season, Tyrell Williams was looking like a steal at wide receiver. He was the WR18, but then, foot and hip injuries hurt him and the rest of his season. Now he finds himself competing with Henry Ruggs, the 1st wideout taken in the draft who has elite deep threat ability and playing with a quarterback who ranked 25th in deep ball attempts in 2019. Williams can be avoided in all but the deepest of fantasy leagues.

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ADP = Pick 261  Bye Week: 6

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2019 WEEKLY FINISHES

      
      

*each color bar represents 1 game

2020 PROJECTED STATS

RUSH YARDS: 17 | RECEPTIONS: 49
RECEIVING YARDS: 507 | TOUCHDOWNS 3

Bill Bellicheck made a surprising, non-Patriot like move when they traded a 2nd round pick to acquire Sanu from the Falcons before the trade deadline last year. And it looked like it was a savvy move after Sanu right away put up 10 catches for 81 yards and a touchdown vs Baltimore's elite secondary. Unfortunately for fantasy purposes, that was his only meaningful game, as he never recorded a game log of more than 6.5 ppr points for the rest of the year. It's hard to get excited about the soon-to-be 31-year wideout going into 2020 with a new quarterback and a healthy N'Keal Harry on the roster.

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ADP = Pick 240  Bye Week: 9

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2020 PROJECTED STATS

RUSH YARDS: 20 | RECEPTIONS: 29
RECEIVING YARDS: 426 | TOUCHDOWNS 3

Ross finally looked looked healthy and explosive during the first two games of the season. He put up 270 yards on 11 receptions with 3 touchdowns during that span. Then Ross did what he always does and got injured. His knee strain forced him to miss 8 games, and he wasn't the same player upon return. His blazing speed and big-play ability is there IF he can stay healthy, but planning on that happending is likely wishful thinking.

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ADP = Pick 230  Bye Week: 7

STRENGTH OF SCHEDULE


2020 PROJECTED STATS

RUSH YARDS: 20 | RECEPTIONS: 25
RECEIVING YARDS: 311 | TOUCHDOWNS 1

At Colorado, when Shenault was on the field, he was incredible. Problem is, often times he was on the sidelines with injuries. He's a very physical receiver who likes to bully defenders, which is good at breaking tackles, but can also lead to durability concerns. He has great size, 6'1", 227 pounds, and showed good speed at the combine, 4.58 40. He reminds me of a bigger version of Deebo Samuel. Landing in Jacksonville might not be the best spot considering they are not expected to have a very good offense, however they did rank 10th in team pass plays per game, so volume could be there for him. The Jags defense is expected to be one of the league's worst, so expect a ton of passes and look for Shenalt to potentially pop. He can be drafted late or monitored on the waiver wire in most leagues.

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ADP = Pick 249  Bye Week: 8

STRENGTH OF SCHEDULE


2019 WEEKLY FINISHES

      
      

*each color bar represents 1 game

2020 PROJECTED STATS

RUSH YARDS: 0 | RECEPTIONS: 34
RECEIVING YARDS: 508 | TOUCHDOWNS 3

It's hard to get excited about any wideout in Houston. They have three wide receivers, Cooks, Fuller and Stills who all have reduntant attributes. All three are best playing as outside deep threat options and it's hard to predict which, if any will stand out and become the top option. Stills just had his 2nd worst season since entering the league in 2013, but because of the departure of DeAndre Hopkins, he won't have to compete with an alpha wide receiver who will demand a 30% target share. Both Fuller and Cooks also present injury risks and if they are forced to miss time, Stills would become much more interesting. His 73% catch rate shows he has a good rapport with Deshaun Watson. Stills makes for a fine dart throw at the end of your drafts with WR3 upside if either of the previously mentioned wideouts don't assert themselves or are forced to miss time.

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