Fantasy: Late Round Rookie WRs You REALLY should Draft

by Rob Grimwood – @FFBritBaller

It’s been a unique off-season thanks to the pandemic. Usually in the off-season process we would have seen rookie camp and OTA’s by now as we head into training camp before the pre-season starts in August.

We haven’t had the full compliment of processes since the draft in April therefore we haven’t had all the hype and fluff pieces from beat writers and backroom staff telling us how ‘rookie-X’ is the best thing since sliced bread.

In turn, that’s affected rookie’s stock in the fantasy market and ADP is probably at an all time low for most fantasy relevant rookies.

It will likely stay low too, because without training camp and potentially no pre-season games, where are we going to be able to judge these players and see what they have to offer?

Also, unfortunately, this will ring true and affect the UDFA’s and probably the later round draft picks from this years’ NFL draft. Where will they be able to showcase their potential to break into 53-man rosters?

Fortunately for fantasy fans, the higher rated skill players taken in the early and mid rounds of the draft should all be making the 53-man rosters and will still have a low ADP for your fantasy drafts. Let’s take a look at the potential bargain wide receiver rookies that may well contribute to winning your leagues. Keep your eyes peeled for the running backs in part 2 later in the week.


Laviska Shenault – WR, Jacksonville Jaguars


NFL Draft: 42nd (2.10) H: 6’1 W: 227lbs ADP: Undrafted (Std, Half & PPR)

40-Yard Dash: 4.58s 3-Cone: N/A Vert: N/A Broad: N/A Bench: 17reps

The more I watch tape and the more I look at the Jags roster and how Doug Marrone wants to move the ball, the more I fall in love with ‘Viska’. For those that haven’t seen any highlights from his time in college with Colorado, Shenault has elite-level ball skills and outstanding physical traits.

One of the biggest draws to Shenault in fantasy terms is the fact he can be used as a dual threat with his rushing ability seconding his main receiving role. Over his last 2 seasons for the Buffaloes he recorded 40 rushes for 276 yards (6.9 yards per carry) and 7 TD’s, lining up in the backfield and as the wildcat.

With Leonard Fournette skating on thin ice with the current staff, newly acquired Chris Thompson constantly carrying a sick note and Ryquell Armstead coming off a measly 3.1 yard per carry last season – Shenault will more than likely get a few carries and an opportunity to notch fantasy points on the ground as well as through the air.

As a receiver, Viska wooed the Colorado fans with 1,775 receiving yards in his sophomore and junior years along with 10 scores. He possesses a natural catching ability with pro-ready hands which can rival the very best in the league – I’m talking Deandre Hopkins’ level of hands here by the way.

As a receiver, “Viska” wooed the Colorado fans with 1,775 receiving yards in his sophomore and junior years along with 10 scores. He possesses a natural catching ability with pro-ready hands which can rival the very best in the league – i’m talking Deandre Hopkins’ level of hands here by the way.

His route running ability is flexible having seen success with screen passes, slants and out-wide as an X receiver. He’s explosive, shifty and is able to bully coverage down field which makes him a great target anywhere down the field – something Gardner Minshew would likely use as his go-to target.

I particularly like the situation he is in within the roster. Dede Westbrook has been fine during his time in Jacksonville, but has never broke out to be an outstanding cast member. He’s never surpassed 720 yards despite having back to back 100 target seasons and averages just 3 touchdowns per season. Chris Conley had his best season since being drafted by Kansas City in the 3rd round of the 2015 draft, but still only managed 775 receiving yards and is replaceable considering he’s in his final year of the 2 year contract he signed last off-season.

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D.J Chark is likely going to continue impressing as the WR1 in Jacksonville as he comes off a breakout 1,008 yard season in 2019, but there is definitely a productive WR2 role available for Viska to make his own.

A player as naturally gifted as Shenault offers the Jags a new dimension to their offense. Considering Jacksonville will likely be playing from behind a fair amount this season, Laviska could find himself highly productive for fantasy owners.

Stat Projection: WR34 (Standard), WR34 (Half PPR), WR35 (PPR)

AttYdsTDY/GTgtsRecYdsTDY/GSTD.5PPRPPR
1512617.89359779548.6126.5156185.5

Brandon Aiyuk – WR, San Francisco 49ers


NFL Draft:25th (1.25) H: 6’1 W: 195lbs ADP: U/D Std – 14.11 Half – 12.09 PPR

40-Yard Dash: 4.50s 3-Cone: N/A Vert: 40in Broad: 128in Bench: 11reps

I must admit to not being a massive Aiyuk fan before the draft. It wasn’t necessarily because I thought he was a bad player, because I don’t – it was more the fact I preferred others to him in his range such as Shenault, Jalen Reagor, Justin Jefferson and even Tee Higgins.

It probably boils down to the fact he only had a short college career at Arizona State where he only played for 2 years. In the first year he only had 33 receptions for 474 yards and 3 touchdowns so his draft value is only really judged on 1 year in college.

That year was very good however (65 receptions for 1192 yards and 8 TDs) which gave him the 1st round price that the 49ers were willing to pay in arguably their biggest area of need.

There is where his fantasy value becomes interesting to me. Jimmy Garoppolo was 22 yards short of throwing for 4,000 yards last year, which surprised me a little if i’m honest, but does show that the 49ers are a passing team despite having around 478 usable running backs on the roster it seems.

Obviously George Kittle demands around 1,000 of those yards across the middle, but other than that, the targets are largely up for grabs in that offense. Especially when Emmanuel Sanders, Marquise Goodwin and Matt Breida are now out of town leaving combined 96 targets and 808 yards up for grabs.

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This ties in with the likely absence of Deebo Samuel who recently suffered a Jones fracture in his foot which could keep him out for up to half of the season too.

All of a sudden, the 49ers are well over 100 targets/70 receptions missing from last year with only Aiyuk and 7th round Jauan Jennings added in the skill positions over the off-season.

Aiyuk measures out in the 92nd percentile for burst score (a mix of broad jump and vertical jump results) and 82nd percentile in college dominator rating (a reflection on the players productivity at college) according to playerprofiler.com

All of this points to Brandon Aiyuk potentially becoming Jimmy G’s favourite go-to target for the 49ers in 2020 and could well translate to fantasy success in the process. Not bad for a 14th round dart throw in half PPR scoring leagues.

Stat Projection: WR38 (Standard), WR38 (Half PPR), WR39 (PPR)

TargetsRecYardsTDY/RY/GSTD.5PPRPPR
9255815614.8250.94117.5145172.5

Michael Pittman Jr. – WR, Indianapolis Colts


NFL Draft: 34th (2.02) H: 6’4 W: 225lbs ADP: 14.08 Std – 14.04 Half –12.01PPR

40-Yard Dash: 4.52s 3-Cone: 6.96s Vert: 36.5in Broad: 121in Bench: 13reps

As an Indy fan, I am absolutely buzzing to see the second coming of Marvin Harrison and Reggie Wayne. Michael Pittman and Parris Campbell bring a bright looking future to Lucas Oil and it starts this year.

Before the draft I was looking forward to seeing where Pittman landed. He’d just come off two impressive years at USC where he finished his collegiate career with 171 receptions for 2,519 yards and 19 TDs. 1,275 of which came in his final season with the Trojans which was 9th best in all of college football in 2019.

You can only imagine my feelings after day 2 of the NFL draft after the Colts had managed to land not just my highest rated RB Jonathan Taylor, but Michael Pittman too.

I’d also like to take this moment to quash any “Pip Rivers has a noodle arm” truthers. That’s a weird thing to call a QB who has thrown under 4,000 yards just once in 12 seasons with both yards per attempt and yards per game above his career average over the last 3 years. All of this, of course, happened behind a sub-par Chargers offensive line which barely gave him any time in the pocket.

That’s all going to change for Rivers in 2020. He’s now behind an elite o-line that will be able to provide him ample time in the pocket to find targets down field.

Pip typically manages to produce multiple fantasy relevant receivers over the course of a season. Whether it be Keenan Allen, Tyrell Williams and Travis Benjamin like in 2017, or Allen, Mike Williams and Hunter Henry in 2019.

My point being, Pittman is likely going to have fantasy relevance despite having to compete with the likes of T.Y Hilton, Parris Campbell and Jack Doyle this season.

Pittman carries an elite speed score (a relative score which takes a players height and weight into consideration) which comes in at 93rd percentile, and adds to his 112.1 Sparq score (5th highest among rookie wide receivers) and top-10 breakout rating according to the Breakout Finder app.

He’s the perfect candidate to be drafted late in drafts as a bench player with a ton of upside. Make sure you own Pittman, i’m confident the upside will shine through in 2020.

Stat Projection: WR32 (Standard), WR32 (Half PPR), WR30 (PPR)

TargetsRecYdsTDY/RY/GSTD.5PPRPPR
10168928613.6558.00128.8162.8196.8

Fantasy: DraftKings/DFS Week 3

by Andy Goddard – @Godsy1985

So heading into week three we are starting to get a better idea of the top players at each position and which teams may be struggling. The main problem right now is consistency and who can we rely on to pick up those points? And which QB can we pick that hopefully won’t get injured! Heres our picks for DraftKings week 3!

QB – Dak Prescott – Dallas Cowboys vs Miami Dolphins – $6,500

Through two games, Dak is averaging 32.5 FPPG and has thrown 7 TD and just 1 interception. He is also a threat with his legs, adding 69 yards on 5 carries against the Redskins. Jason Witten is rolling back the years and Amari Cooper is a reliable receiver. Add Ezekiel Elliott and a strong o-line into the mix and this Cowboys team is stacked with talent where Dak is in the centre piece.

Now the big selling point, he is at home against the tanking Miami Dolphins! The Dolphins are giving up 45 points per game, averaging 316.5 yards against them and they have just traded their best player on the defensive side of the ball in Minkah Fitzpatrick. Look for Dak to put up big numbers this week!

RB – Dalvin Cook – Minnesota Vikings vs Oakland Raiders – $7,800

Cook has had a great start to the year and is coming off of a monster game where he rushed for 154 yards and had three receptions for 37 yards. He is averaging 30.1 FPPG and 132.5 yards per game as well as leading the league in rushing.

Photo Credit: AP Photo/Jose Juarez

Cook has been a workhorse for the Vikings, with his 46 touches through two games, and he will continue to see a heavy load this week. He is up against a good run defense on Sunday as the Raiders are ranked number 5 for rush defense but they are also ranked dead last for passing defense. Cook will be involved and will always have opportunities to make plays.

RB – Austin Ekeler – LA Chargers vs Houston Texans – $7,200

Austin Ekeler has been the big surprise package through the first two weeks of the season. His big performances aren’t helping Melvin Gordon’s case for that big contract but he is helping fantasy owners.

He is only averaging 62 yards a game on the ground but 81.5 yards receiving! This had led to Ekeler averaging 31.9 FPPG in PPR formats and he is up against a Texans defense that is ranked 23 against the rush and 22 against the pass. He will likely get a large portion of the reps in front of Justin Jackson once again this week.

WR – Sammy Watkins – Kansas City Chiefs vs Baltimore Ravens – $6,800

The Chiefs just love to throw the ball deep. Watkins had a massive game week 1 racking up 30.4 fantasy points and after a quiet week 2 game, look for him to bounce back in what should be an exciting game against the Ravens.

The Chiefs offense can explode at any moment and this game has the potential to be high scoring. The Ravens are ranked number 1 against the run but just 18th against the pass. Oh, and he has Mahomes throwing him the ball which always sways the directional arrow to trending up!

WR – Larry Fitzgerald – Arizona Cardinals vs Carolina Panthers – $5,100

Larry Fitzgerald is having a little bit of a resurgence after back to back 100 yards games. The first time this has happened since weeks 2 and 3 of 2015! The strong start by Kyler Murray is allowing Fitz to finally put up some decent fantasy numbers.

He is averaging 23.4 FPPG and 108.5 yards per game. Carolina travel to the desert this Sunday and although they are ranked 3rd in passing defense, they will have to account for Murray using his legs as they are only ranked 25th against the rush! Look for Fitzgerald to be targeted early off of play action.

WR – Deebo Samuel – San Francisco 49ers vs Pittsburgh Steelers – $4,500

The 49ers have had a very good start to the season and currently sit at 2-0. Deebo is someone to keep an eye on for the future but with his value set at just $4,500, he is worth the gamble this week.

Last week against the Bengals he achieved 20.4 fantasy points with 87 yards from 5 recep-tions and 1 TD. He led the team in targets (7) and will look to keep improving against a Steelers team that has lost Big Ben Roethlisberger and the first two games of the season. The Steelers are ranked 29th against the pass giving up an average of 320 yards per game.

TE – Mark Andrews – Baltimore Ravens @ Kansas City Chiefs – $4,600

Andrews is proving to be a beast and a bargain at tight end. Averaging 28 FPPG and 110 yards per game, Andrews is the solid choice. Against a Chiefs defense that is ranked 20th against the pass he should see plenty of targets. The Chiefs have had problems defending against tight ends in recent times and Andrews is fast becoming Lamar Jackson’s go-to guy.

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FLEX – Nelson Agholor – Philadelphia Eagles vs Detroit Lions – $3,600

The Eagles are banged up at the receiver position. It is unclear whether Alshon Jeffrey and DeSean Jackson will be available this Sunday against Detroit. If they can’t go, Agholor will quickly become the starter and could be the bargain buy this week at just $3,600.

He amassed 27.7 points last week against the Atlanta Falcons and could see similar numbers against the Lions. Putting Agholor at the flex position gives you the option to swap him out for another WR/RB/TE should both Jeffrey and Jackson be declared fit to start.

DST – New England Patriots vs New York Jets – $3,800

The Patriots are coming off their best fantasy defensive performance in years when they shut down the Miami Dolphins and received 37+ points. In their last three games (including super bowl 53) the Pats D have given up just 6 points. That’s 0 touchdowns allowed in 12 quarters of football.

They have allowed an average of just 209 passing yards and 37 rushing yards a game. So far this season they have 8 sacks, 5 interceptions (2 returned for touchdowns) and even though their offense is loaded with talent, the defense is the best unit of this football team. They are up against the Jets and their third strong QB, in Foxborough. This could get ugly again!

FANTASY: WEEK 2 WAIVER WIRE PICK-UPS

by Andy Moore – @AJMoore21

Well, that’s week 1 in the books. As the dust settles and you begin to process all the twists and turns, allow us to get you one step ahead with your week 2 fantasy waiver dealing.

Add ‘Em

Ronald Jones – Running Back, Tampa Bay Buccaneers – owned by 49.1%

As all the preseason optimism around Jameis Winston and his receiver core began to crumble and fall in Tampa on Sunday evening, one spark of life emerged.

Second year back, Ronald Jones II, fresh off what pretty much amounted to a red shirt year, set out to prove that he isn’t a bust. Down in the third corner with ground to make up, new Head Coach turned to Jones to spearhead the fight back, the former USC man obliged, carrying the ball for good yardage on multiple plays.

Jones managed 75 yards off 13 carries (5.7 per carry), but more importantly established himself as the go to guy on Sunday. With a Thursday night match up against Carolina on Thursday, expect to see the former second rounder pick up even more of the slack.

Terry McLaurin – Wide Receiver, Washington Redskins – owned by 27.8%

Washington surged out to a surprise lead in Philadelphia on Sunday afternoon, aggressive play calling from Jay Gruden had the Redskins up 17-0 at one point before a Doug Pederson/Carson Wentz masterclass saw the lead slip away.

Photo Credit: Toni L. Sandys/The Washington Post

Much of Washington’s early success was caught in the hands of their third-round rookie, Terry McLaurin. The Georgia product caught a 69 yard bomb from Case Keenum and led the ‘Skins receiver group in receptions and targets, with 5 and 7 respectively.

Look for McLaurin to build on a 125 yard performance against a Dallas team which gave up 319 passing yards to the Giants last weekend.

T.J Hockenson – Tight End, Detroit Lions – owned by 63.6%

Rookie tight ends aren’t worthwhile fantasy pickups, right? Well in T.J Hockenson, Detroit haven’t got just any rookie tight end. The Iowa product had a standout opening weekend against what (admittedly) was a poor Cardinals defense.

Hockenson was on the field for 73% of the Lions offensive snaps, providing a nice option for Matthew Stafford throughout the game. The rookie was targeted 6 times, catching every one of them for 131 yards (21.8 yards per catch) and a TD.

Things may get tougher for the Lions in coming weeks as they face the Chargers, Eagles and Chiefs in succession, but with Hockenson seeing 75% of snaps, he’s got potential as a starter or high quality bye week filler in weeks to come.

A.J Brown – Wide Receiver, Tennessee Titans – owned by 7.3%

Perhaps the upset of the weekend was the Titans takedown of the playoff tipped Cleveland Browns. The score perhaps doesn’t reflect the close nature of the game until Baker Mayfield threw 3 INTs in the fourth quarter, allowing Marcus Mariota to show his quality and put the game to bed.

One of the difference-makers that Mariota was able to lean on during the game was rookie A.J Brown. The Ole Miss talent was targeted 4 times, the most of any Titans receiver, catching 3 of the passes for 100 yards. His presence operating both along the side-line and in the slot created mismatches all day, and his RAC ability shone through on some huge plays.

Perhaps most promising for Brown was the lack of production from Corey Davis (3 targets, 0 catches) and Adam Humphries (1 target, 1 catch, 5 yards), who could be considered his main rival for fantasy production. Trips to the Colts, Jaguars and Falcons could all be fruitful in coming weeks, judging by week 1.

Honourable Mentions: John Ross (WR, Bengals), DeSean Jackson (WR, Eagles), Malcolm Brown (RB, Rams)

Drop ‘Em

Peyton Barber – Running Back, Tampa Bay Buccaneers

Barber must have been feeling good throughout the summer, with Bruce Arians publicly reassuring him that he’d been the week 1 starter at RB for the Buccs. The problem is Barber doesn’t offer a lot to support an offense which has the potential to be fantastic or awful on any given drive.

That was summarised perfectly on Sunday when the former undrafted free agent carried 8 times for 33 yards and added 12 yards through the air with two catches. It’s not good, not particularly bad, just bang average – drop him and pick up Ronald Jones instead.

Nick Foles – Quarterback, Jacksonville Jaguars

It all started so well for the former Super Bowl MVP, he dropped in a dime to D.J Chark in the back corner of the end zone and Jacksonville must have thought they’d got their man.

Unfortunately, Foles then went off with a broken left clavicle, leaving him out indefinitely. Whilst there is a chance he comes back the season, it’s probably time to drop him in place of prospective replacement Gardner Minshew (what a name).

Honourable Mention: Tony Pollard (RB, Dallas Cowboys)

Fantasy: DraftKings/DFS Week 1

by Andy Goddard – @godsy1985

The long wait is almost over as another NFL season is about to begin!! This means it’s also time for fantasy football! So who are we picking for week one on our DraftKings fantasy team?

QB – Kirk CousinsMinnesota Vikings vs Atlanta Falcons $5,500

Cousins averaged 19.7 points per game (PPG) last season with 30 TD and 10 INT but most impressively, he completed 70.1% of his passes. This reliability should continue to rack up the points and he is going against a Falcons defence that may struggle with pressuring the quarterback.

The back end of the Falcons D is above average but without pressure, players will get open and Cousins will find them. Stefan Diggs and Adam Thielen are a very good wide receiver pairing which defenses will struggle to match up against. Dalvin Cook also provides a solid run game which could free up further space when using play action.

RB – Christian McCaffrey – Carolina Panthers vs LA Rams – $8,800

McCaffrey is an easy choice in a points per reception (PPR) league as not only can he run the ball, he is also very reliable with his hands. He averaged 25.2 PPG in 2018 clocking up 1,098 yards on the ground and 867 yards through the air. Those receptions came on 107 catches from 124 targets.

The LA Rams have a lot of talent of defense, especially at the line. If that pressure comes Cam Newton’s way look for him to hit the check down passes to McCaffrey. The LA Rams D may have put in a good showing during the Super Bowl but in a recent article on Bleacher Report, it was ranked as just the 21st best in the league heading into the new season

https://bleacherreport.com/articles/2833750-power-ranking-every-nfl-defense-after-the-2019-draft

RB – Sony MichelNew England Patriots vs Pittsburgh Steelers – $5,900

The reigning Super Bowl champions will be a run first team this season with much of the load being carried by Michel. Brady isn’t getting any younger and the team will look to establish the run early.

The Pats operate a ‘run by committee’ out of the backfield and some of his time will be shared with both James White and Rex Burkhead but after seeing what Michel did during the post season, he will be the lead back.

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There are also reports coming out of New England that Michel has been involved a lot more in the passing game so look for him to pick up more points there as well. He averaged 14.4 PPG in his rookie year and ran for 1,267 yards. He only had 8 receptions but that will likely be a bigger number this season.

WR – Antonio BrownOakland Raiders vs Denver Broncos – $7,400

After ruining his feet and then arguing about his helmet it would appear Antonio Brown is ready to play football again. Brown is still arguably one of the best receivers in the game and will be Derek Carr’s ‘go-to-guy’.

He will be up against a good defense in the Broncos but Brown has produced against good defenses his whole career. He averaged 22.6 PPG in his final season in Pittsburgh with 104 catches for 1,297 yards. Never be afraid to select a player going up against a good D!

WR – Stefon DiggsMinnesota Vikings vs Atlanta Falcons – $6,700

Whoever you select as your QB, you have to pick one of his wide receivers! Diggs gets the pick because Adam Thielen has been struggling with ‘soreness’ and is listed as questionable (although you have the option of using Thielen at the FLEX position).

There also isn’t really much to choose between the two. Averaging 18.6 PPG last year with 102 catches for 1,021 yards, Diggs is a threat all over the field. With Thielen lining up as well, this causes problems for any defense. If the Falcons can’t get any pressure on Cousins, Diggs should have a good day.

WR – Cole BeasleyBuffalo Bills vs New York Jets – $3,600

Beasley is a guy who is real value. At just $3,600 you get a solid slot receiver who could easily become the security blanket for Josh Allen. If this happens, Beasley’s stock could rise rapidly. In fact at one stage last season, Beasley was valued at $4,600. He had 69 receptions in 2019 for 715 yards at an average on 9 PPG.

That may not seem great in the PPG column, but in the preseason Allen looked early and often for Beasley and seemed to be developing some chemistry with his new recruit.

TE – Tyler Eifert Cincinnati Bengals vs Seattle Seahawks – $3,100

It seems strange to say this but the Seahawks defense is major concern. With Russell Wilson seemingly taking all of the money in Seattle, the defense has taken the hit! The Bengals are banged up at wide receiver so look for them to use multi-TE formations.

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Photo Credit: AP Photo/John Amis

Eifert averaged 9.7 PPG in 2018 with just 15 receptions but he was sent to season ending IR after a foot injury sustained in week 5 against Miami. Eifert is still a good choice at TE in a week by week format due to concerns over injury issues.

FLEX – Will Fuller V Houston Texans @ New Orleans Saints – $4,900

Use your FLEX positions wisely! Will Fuller V is coming back from an ACL tear suffered last October although head Coach Bill O’Brien has confirmed he is on track for week 1.

Before this he was performing well averaging 16.5 PPG on 32 receptions for 503 yards. His matchup in week 1 could be very favourable as the Saints will surely use their top corner, Marshon Lattimore, on DeAndre Hopkins. If there are any problems with Fuller V, use the ‘late swap’ to your advantage. Putting him at FLEX gives you the option to swap in a WR/RB/TE.

DST – New England Patriots New England Patriots vs Pittsburgh Steelers – $3,400

The Patriots are the best ‘bend don’t break’ defense in the league headed up by the best Head Coach. When the team need a turnover, they usually stop opposing offences. In fact, the Pats D only allowed opposing teams to convert third downs 37.5% of the time. This was ranked second behind the Jaguars in 2018.

Super Bowl 53 showed just what this team can do! There may be concerns over the front end but the additions of both Michael Bennett (from Philadelphia Eagles) and Chase Winovich (via the draft) should cover the loss of Trey Flowers.

New England are stacked in the secondary which is lead by all-pro Stephon Gilmore. The Steelers have lost Antonio Brown so the Patriots can push their double coverage to JuJu Smith-Schuster.

Fantasy: Start ’em/Sit ’em

by Adil Khan Deshmukh – @DillyToon

The long wait is over, Fantasy Football is BACK! Week 1 is upon us, so you can forget about who you’re going to draft because now the importance is on who will be in your lineup! That’s where we come in as we’ll bring you our brilliant insight week-by-week that’ll lead you to a fantasy championship.

Let’s dive right into the starts and sits for week 1. 

Start ‘Em

QB – Lamar Jackson – Baltimore Ravens vs Miami Dolphins

This is less a measure of the major upside that Lamar Jackson has and more focused on how pitiful their opposition this week is. To put it bluntly, the Dolphins are probably the worst team in football without a down even being played in the regular season.

The firesale has taken place and the Dolphins are clearly tanking for the number 1 pick. The Ravens will be able to run the ball a lot, with a lot of the yards coming from QB scrambles by Lamar and his lightning speed. Lamar will have been a player that you would have taken later on in your drafts – don’t hesitate to stick him in week one with this juicy matchup!

RB – Austin Ekeler – Los Angeles Chargers vs Indianapolis Colts

With one RB saga ending in Dallas, the Chargers are still no closer to seeing whether Melvin Gordon return to the side. Whilst Austin Ekeler is not a RB1 like Gordon, he is most definitely a serviceable running back; particularly in PPR leagues.

Whilst the Indy defense is strong, the prospect of many check-downs from Rivers to Ekeler will enamour himself to you by slotting him as an RB2 or your flex.

WR – Kenny Golladay – Detroit Lions @ Arizona Cardinals

Kenny G could well be a WR1 this week! The match-up versus the Cardinals and their pitiful defence is juicy. For those that will say the Lions will be a run first offense, you aren’t far from the truth.

Photo Credit: Raj Mehta-USA TODAY Sports

However, the run will just open up the passing game and the Lions will romp home to an opening win in Glendale. Kenny G isn’t the only target in town with the able Marvin Jones Jr on the opposite side and this will provide the perfect foil for him to hit big.

TE – Jared Cook – New Orleans Saints vs Houston Texans

Cook has just come off a very good season with the average Derek Carr and now he’s accompanied by the future HoF QB Drew Brees. Cook will be the team’s third option on passing downs with the monstrous Michael Thomas and Alvin Kamara ahead in the pecking order. The Texans have been susceptible to being worked over by tight ends and this weekend will prove no different with Cook obtaining a healthy amount of points.

Sit ‘Em

QB – Kyler Murray – Arizona Cardinals vs Detroit Lions

Sorry to Kyler Murray enthusiasts and those who drafted him, he’s going to struggle this week. This is not to knock the man himself but the five men who will be in front, charged with protecting the diminutive QB.

He’s going to be running for dear life as the pocket collapses over and over again. Murray will not be a QB1 this week, thus pulling him out of the running for your start/sit considerations. 

RB – LeSean McCoy – Kansas City Chiefs @ Jacksonville Jaguars 

It will be extremely tempting to start Shady having joined Andy Reid and his high powered offense. However, I would exercise extreme caution this week as he has not had enough time to engrain himself with Mahomes and the rest of the offense.

There’s no denying that McCoy could well have a resurgence this year despite his falling metrics, but one should wait to see whether he really clicks rather than just risking it.

WR – Josh Gordon – New England Patriots vs Pittsburgh Steelers

The Flash is back for the umpteenth time, and hopefully for his sake he’s back in the league for the foreseeable future. However, despite the lack of credible receiving options outside of Julian Edelman (and the running backs), one should avoid starting Gordon this week.

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Why is that you ask? Belichick and the Pats are notorious for being the death of many a fantasy team and it’s likely Tom Brady could spread his passes to relative unknowns, sending your fantasy dreams into nightmares. Josh Gordon is one to keep an eye out for but to leave firmly on your bench this week.

TE – Eric Ebron – Indianapolis Colts @ Los Angeles Chargers

The major upside to Ebron’s game left with much of the Colts fans’ Super Bowl hopes last weekend at Lucas Oil. Luck is gone and the way this offense will operate will be different enough for Ebron’s plethora of red zone targets to be reduced substantially. He was a TD monster last year and you cannot see that happening with Jacoby Brissett under centre, especially in week 1.

Fantasy: Pre-Week 1 Waiver Wire Pick-Ups

by Andy Moore – @AJMoore21

It’s almost here folks! NFL Football returns to your screens on Thursday night / Friday morning.

If you’re like us, you’ve got way too many fantasy teams to manage and are eyeing one more as you read this. Well, we’ve got you. Throughout the season we’ll be here for all your fantasy football needs.

That starts now, as we’ve got a few last-minute waiver moves to give your line up the boost it needs.

Austin Ekeler – Running Back, Los Angeles Chargersowned by 92.6%

Unless you’ve taken a hiatus from America’s game over the summer, you’ll know that Chargers star running back, Melvin Gordon is holding out for a new deal. The $10m deal the Chargers were offering is now off the table and Gordon looks set for a lengthy hold out or a trade.

The man benefiting from that in the first place is Austin Ekeler. The third-year back out of Western Colorado hasn’t been used as an every down back a whole deal in his short NFL career, but did average 5.2 yards a carry last season.

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He now steps in to take on the lion’s share of the Chargers 25 carries a game against the Luck-less Colts. With his potential in the passing game, it wouldn’t be a stretch to say that Ekeler is pivotal to the early success of an LA team that is trying to get Philip Rivers a well-deserved Super Bowl ring in the twilight of his career. He’s currently available in almost 10% of leagues, so grab him before that goes up even further.

Devin Singletary – Running Back, Buffalo Bills owned by 71.9%

Shady McCoy’s time in Buffalo ended abruptly over the weekend as he made his way to the Chiefs via Sean McDermott’s chopping board.

The move was clearly a complicated one, with finances and McCoy’s age clearly factoring into the decision. One possibility is that Buffalo feels that in Singletary, they have the future.

A rookie out of FAU, Singletary is an every down back, tough, hard hitting and quick to improvise – he has all the markings of a future RB1. How quickly that happens will largely be in the hands of the veteran Frank Gore who enjoyed a productive year in Miami despite being aided by woeful offensive line and quarterback play at times.

What is exciting for Singletary is Buffalo’s tendency to run the ball, 29 times a game last year (4th highest in the NFL), as the Bills looked to give Josh Allen all the help he could get. This, in addition to the clear role of Gore as a transition back, gives Singletary a plethora of opportunity to succeed this year.

Matthew Stafford – Quarterback, Detroit Lionsowned by 16.3%

Expectation is low for the Lions this season, and it seems like the ‘Matthew Stafford is criminally underrated’ narrative has died down after a season in which the former Georgia star posted a rating of just 50.9.

Come Sunday, Stafford and Co will go up against the new look Arizona Cardinals who have put a whole lot of focus on their offense. What that means is that, by and large, they still have the same defense which ranked bottom seven in the regular season points allowed stats.

With a young receiver primed to make a big leap this year in Kenny Golladay, the ever-reliable Marvin Jones and second year back Kerryon Johnson, Stafford has a good mix of targets available to him. Add into that mix 8th overall pick, TJ Hockenson, at tight end and Stafford’s options look as good as they have done in some time.

Rostered in just 16% of leagues, there’s a good chance Stafford is available. If you’re normal QB1 has a tough matchup to start the season, why not bring in the Detroit veteran in to get your season off to a bang.

Noah Fant – Tight End, Denver Broncosowned by 10.4%

It’s not a secret that Joe Flacco likes to target his tight ends, nearly a quarter of all his pass attempts over the last three years have been to those playing the position.

With a whole lot of hype coming into the draft this year, Fant looks like he’s ready to go from week one. His mix of athleticism and safe hands might give him the most potential of any tight end Flacco has thrown towards, and with a newly built Raiders team in front of him in week one, he’s certainly worth a shot.

Albert Wilson – Wide Receiver, Miami Dolphins owned by 26.8

I know, I know the Dolphins are in full tank mode and represent a fantasy wasteland in general this season. Hear me out on this though.

Photo Credit: Robert Deutsch-USA TODAY Sports

With the trade of Laremy Tunsil earlier this week, and other moves up and down the offensive line over the last week, it’s clear that Ryan Fitzpatrick is going to be stood behind an absolutely awful unit against the Ravens.

In reality that is going to force him to curb his normal downfield tendencies, instead looking to get the ball out of his hands early to his first open read.

Step forward Albert Wilson. Operating from the slot, Wilson showed sparks of immense quality in 2018, averaging 15 yards per reception before injury cut his season short.

If he picks up where he left off last year, the former Chiefs man could be a rare uptick for the tanking Fins.

Rob’s Stat Based Standard Scoring Rankings – Fantasy Draft Season

@FFBritballer’s Standard Scoring (NO PPR) Fantasy Rankings

High fives’ and bum taps all around! We’ve made it to draft season folks. It’s just like Christmas, isn’t it!! This upcoming weekend is supposedly going to be the busiest for fantasy drafts so on-cue, here are my FINAL off-season rankings for the 2019 fantasy season.

Like I mentioned in previous ranking articles – the Ezekiel Elliott and Melvin Gordon holdout sagas continue to unfold without a solution as things stand, so you can expect a plummet in rank for those guys in particular with this update. And of course the off-season injuries and suspensions have also been considered which at this moment seems to have been relatively kind to the fantasy community thus far. Touch wood that continues and I haven’t just tempted fate with preseason week 3 looming.

I hope you all enjoy the next couple of weeks as you head into your draft, and I hope that you find these rankings useful and they help you win on draft night! As always, if you want me to explain any players rankings, hit me up on the twitter @FFBritBaller. Enjoy

QUARTERBACK

1Deshaun WatsonHOU
2Aaron RodgersGB
3Patrick MahomesKC
4Russell WilsonSEA
5Andrew LuckIND
6Carson WentzPHI
7Jameis WinstonTB
8Lamar JacksonBAL
9Matt RyanATL
10Drew BreesNO
11Tom BradyNE
12Jared GoffLAR
13Kyler MurrayARZ
14Josh AllenBUF
15Mitch TrubiskyCHI
16Cam NewtonCAR
17Ben RoethlisbergerPIT
18Philip RiversLAC
19Dak PrescottDAL
20Dwayne HaskinsWSH
21Baker MayfieldCLE
22Kirk CousinsMIN
23Jimmy GaroppoloSF
24Derek CarrOAK
25Andy DaltonCIN
26Matthew StaffordDET
27Sam DarnoldNYJ
28Ryan FitzpatrickMIA
29Nick FolesJAX
30Joe FlaccoDEN
31Eli ManningNYG
32Marcus MariotaTEN

RUNNING BACK

1Christian McCaffreyCAR
2Alvin KamaraNO
3Saquon BarkeyNYG
4Ezekiel ElliottDAL
5David JohnsonARZ
6Nick ChubbCLE
7Todd GurleyLAR
8Le’Veon BellNYJ
9Chris CarsonSEA
10Dalvin CookMIN
11Joe MixonCIN
12Melvin GordonLAC
13Kerryon JohnsonDET
14Devonta FreemanATL
15Derrick HenryTEN
16Tevin ColemanSF
17Marlon MackIND
18Josh JacobsOAK
19James ConnerPIT
20Aaron JonesGB
21Leonard FournetteJAX
22David MontgomeryCHI
23Sony MichelNE
24Miles SandersPHI
25Mark IngramBAL
26Lamar MillerHOU
27Damien WilliamsKC
28Adrian PetersonWSH
29Phillip LindsayDEN
30Tarik CohenCHI
31Kalen BallageMIA
32Kenyan DrakeMIA
33Peyton BarberTB
34Ronald JonesTB
35James WhiteNE
36Jordan HowardPHI
37Rashaad PennySEA
38Matt BreidaSF
39Derrius GuiceWSH
40Austin EkelerLAC
41Justice HillBAL
42Jaylen SamuelsPIT
43Latavius MurrayNO
44Ito SmithATL
45Dion LewisTEN
46Royce FreemanDEN
47LeSean McCoyBUF
48Ryquell ArmsteadJAX
49Duke Johnson JrHOU
50Darrell HendersonLAR
51Carlos HydeKC
52Bilal PowellNYJ
53Mike DavisCHI
54Nyheim HinesIND
55Jalen RichardOAK
56Dexter WilliamsGB
57Devin SingletaryBUF
58Jamaal WilliamsGB
59Damien HarrisNE
60Chris ThompsonWSH
61Jerick McKinnonSF
62Alex BarnesTEN
63T.J YeldonBUF
64Darren SprolesPHI
65Myles GaskinMIA
66C.J AndersonDET
67Dontrelle HilliardCLE
68Bruce AndersonTB
69Doug MartinOAK
70Elijah McGuireNYJ
71Kareem HuntCLE
72Theo RiddickDEN
73Darwin ThompsonKC
74Rodney AndersonCIN
75Wayne GallmanNYG
76Giovani BernardCIN
77Alfred BlueJAX
78Ty JohnsonDET
79Jordan ScarlettCAR
80Gus EdwardsBAL
81Bryce LoveWSH
82Alexander MattisonMIN
83Malcolm BrownLAR
84C.J ProsiseSEA
85Tony PollardDAL
86Frank GoreBUF
87Benny Snell JrPIT
88Justin JacksonLAC
89Kenneth DixonBAL
90Charcandrick WestIND
91Chase EdmondsARZ
92Rex BurkheadNE
93Corey ClementPHI
94Qadree OllisonATL
95Damarea CrockettHOU
96Mike WeberDAL
97Devontae BookerDEN
98Elijah HolyfieldCAR
99Raheem MostertSF
100Michael BooneMIN
101J.D McKissicSEA
102Dwayne WashingtonNO
103Samaje PerineWSH
104Treyveon WilliamsCIN
105Zach ZennerDET
106Jordan WilkinsIND
107T.J LoganARZ
108Elijhaa PennyNYG
109DeAndre WashingtonOAK
110Kenjon BarnerATL
111David FluellenTEN
112Cameron Artis-PayneCAR
113D.J FosterARZ

WIDE RECEIVER

1DeAndre HopkinsHOU
2Davante AdamsGB
3Tyreek HillKC
4Julio JonesATL
5Mike EvansTB
6JuJu Smith-SchusterPIT
7Michael ThomasNO
8Odell Beckham JrCLE
9T.Y HiltonIND
10Antonio BrownOAK
11Keenan AllenLAC
12Adam ThielenMIN
13Stefon DiggsMIN
14Tyler LockettSEA
15Kenny GolladayDET
16Brandin CooksLAR
17Mike WilliamsLAC
18Cooper KuppLAR
19Dante PettisSF
20Julian EdelmanNE
21Christian KirkARZ
22Tyler BoydCIN
23Alshon JeffreyPHI
24Robert WoodsLAR
25Chris GodwinTB
26Amari CooperDAL
27Calvin RidleyATL
28Marquez Valdes-ScantlingGB
29Dede WestbrookJAX
30D.J MooreCAR
31Robby AndersonNYJ
32John BrownBUF
33Allen RobinsonCHI
34Marvin JonesDET
35DeVante ParkerMIA
36Courtland SuttonDEN
37James WashingtonPIT
38Sterling ShepardNYG
39Marquise BrownBAL
40Jarvis LandryCLE
41A.J GreenCIN
42Josh GordonNE
43Michael GallupDAL
44Parris CampbellIND
45Albert WilsonMIA
46Corey DavisTEN
47Emmanuel SandersDEN
48DeSean JacksonPHI
49Curtis SamuelCAR
50Sammy WatkinsKC
51Miles BoykinBAL
52Paul RichardsonWSH
53Zay JonesBUF
54Tre’Quan SmithNO
55Anthony MillerCHI
56Golden TateNYG
57Kenny StillsMIA
58John RossCIN
59N’Keal HarryNE
60Marqise LeeJAX
61David MooreSEA
62Jamison CrowderNYJ
63Danny AmendolaDET
64Will FullerHOU
65D.K MetcalfSEA
66Chris ConleyJAX
67Tyrell WilliamsOAK
68Kelvin HarmonWSH
69DaeSean HamiltonDEN
70Larry FitzgeraldARZ
71Adam HumphriesTEN
72Mohammed SanuATL
73Andy IsabellaARZ
74Ted Ginn JrNO
75Taylor GabrielCHI
76Devin FunchessIND
77Quincy EnunwaNYJ
78Keke CouteeHOU
79Robert FosterBUF
80Randall CobbDAL
81Deebo SamuelSF
82Willie SneadBAL
83Geronimo AllisonGB
84J.J Arcega-WhitesidePHI
85Chris HoganCAR
86A.J BrownTEN
87Mecole HardmanKC
88Diontae JohnsonPIT
89Antonio CallawayCLE
90Hunter RenfrowOAK
91Trey QuinnWSH
92Donte MoncriefPIT
93Cole BeasleyBUF
94Nelson AgholorPHI
95Keelan ColeJAX
96Equanimeous St. BrownGB
97Phillip DorsettNE
98Marquise GoodwinSF
99Jalen HurdSF
100Darius SlaytonNYG
101Justin WatsonTB
102Travis BenjaminLAC
103Keith KirkwoodNO
104KeeSean JohnsonARZ
105Josh DoctsonWSH
106Laquon TreadwellMIN
107Breshad PerrimanTB
108D.J CharkJAX
109Terry McLaurinWSH
110Riley RidleyCHI
111Deon CainIND
112Chester RogersIND
113Jaron BrownSEA
114Josh ReynoldsLAR
115Allen HurnsMIA
116Maurice HarrisNE
117Russell ShepardNYG
118Geremy DavisLAC
119Jordan MatthewsSF
120Justin HardyATL
121Cordarelle PattersonCHI
122Demarcus RobinsonKC
123Marcel AtemanOAK
124Jarius WrightCAR
125J.J NelsonOAK
126Tavon AustinDAL
127Ryan GrantOAK
128Rashard HigginsCLE
129Josh BellamyNYJ
130Chris MooreBAL
131Marcus GreenATL
132Tajae SharpeTEN
133Taywan TaylorTEN
134Juwann WinfreeDEN
135Brandon PowellDET
136Hakeem ButlerARZ
137Ray-Ray McCloudBUF
138Seth RobertsBAL
139Eli RogersPIT
140Cody LatimerNYG
141Alex EricksonCIN
142Andre RobertsBUF
143Kevin WhiteARZ
144Vyncint SmithHOU
145Mack HollinsPHI
146Emanuel HallCHI
147Sammie CoatesKC
148Torrey SmithCAR
149Jaelen StrongCLE
150Jake KumerowGB
151Daurice FountainIND
152Ryan SwitzerPIT

TIGHT END

1Travis KelceKC
2Zach ErtzPHI
3Hunter HenryLAC
4George KittleSF
5O.J HowardTB
6Evan EngramNYG
7Vance McDonaldPIT
8Jordan ReedWSH
9Mark AndrewsBAL
10Eric EbronIND
11Noah FantDEN
12Jared CookNO
13Delanie WalkerTEN
14Geoff SwaimJAX
15Austin Hooper ATL
16Darren WallerOAK
17Tyler EifertCIN
18T.J HockensonDET
19David NjokuCLE
20Jordan ThomasHOU
21Irv Smith JrMIN
22Chris HerndonNYJ
23Trey BurtonCHI
24Mike GesickiMIA
25Jack DoyleIND
26Greg OlsenCAR
27Cameron BrateTB
28Kyle RudolphMIN
29Matt LaCosseNE
30Jason WittenDAL
31Dallas GoedertPHI
32Jimmy GrahamGB
33Blake JarwinDAL
34Ricky Seals-JonesARZ
35Gerald EverettLAR
36Josh OliverJAX
37C.J UzomahCIN
38Ian ThomasCAR
39Ben WatsonNE
40Ryan GriffinNYJ
41Deon YelderKC
42Vernon DavisWSH
43Jesse JamesDET
44Tyler HigbeeLAR
45Nick VannettSEA
46Rhett EllisonNYG
47Dawson KnoxBUF
48Will DisslySEA
49Jake ButtDEN
50Alize MackNO
51Ed DicksonSEA
52Charles ClayARZ
53Dwayne AllenMIA
54Jordan AkinsHOU
55Jace SternbergerGB
56Luke WillsonOAK
57Nick O’LearyMIA
58Trevon WescoNYJ
59Josh HillNO
60Hayden HurstBAL
61Seth DeValveCLE
62Adam ShaheenCHI
63Kahale WarringHOU
64Mo Alie-CoxIND
65Jordan LeggettTB
66Drew SampleCIN
67Zach GentryPIT
68Jeff HeuermanDEN
69Nick BoyleBAL
70Virgil GreenLAC
71Maxx WilliamsARZ
72Luke StockerATL
73Richard RodgersPHI
74Xavier GrimblePIT
75Foster MoreauOAK
76Levine ToiloloSF
77Marcedes LewisGB
78Dalton SchultzDAL

Rob’s Stat Based Half Point Scoring Rankings – Fantasy Draft Season

@FFBritballer’s Half Point (0.5)PPR Fantasy Rankings

High fives’ and bum taps all around! We’ve made it to draft season folks. It’s just like Christmas, isn’t it!! This upcoming weekend is supposedly going to be the busiest for fantasy drafts so on-cue, here are my FINAL off-season rankings for the 2019 fantasy season.

Like I mentioned in previous ranking articles – the Ezekiel Elliott and Melvin Gordon holdout sagas continue to unfold without a solution as things stand, so you can expect a plummet in rank for those guys in particular with this update. And of course the off-season injuries and suspensions have also been considered which at this moment seems to have been relatively kind to the fantasy community thus far. Touch wood that continues and I haven’t just tempted fate with preseason week 3 looming.

I hope you all enjoy the next couple of weeks as you head into your draft, and I hope that you find these rankings useful and they help you win on draft night! As always, if you want me to explain any players rankings, hit me up on the twitter @FFBritBaller. Enjoy

QUARTERBACK

1Deshaun WatsonHOU 
2Aaron RodgersGB
3Patrick MahomesKC
4Russell WilsonSEA
5Andrew LuckIND
6Carson WentzPHI
7Jameis WinstonTB
8Lamar JacksonBAL
9Matt RyanATL
10Drew BreesNO
11Tom BradyNE
12Jared GoffLAR
13Kyler MurrayARZ
14Josh AllenBUF
15Mitch TrubiskyCHI
16Cam NewtonCAR
17Ben RoethlisbergerPIT
18Philip RiversLAC
19Dak PrescottDAL
20Dwayne HaskinsWSH
21Baker MayfieldCLE
22Kirk CousinsMIN
23Jimmy GaroppoloSF
24Derek CarrOAK
25Andy DaltonCIN
26Matthew StaffordDET
27Sam DarnoldNYJ
28Ryan FitzpatrickMIA
29Nick FolesJAX
30Joe FlaccoDEN
31Eli ManningNYG
32Marcus MariotaTEN

RUNNING BACK

1Alvin KamaraNO
2Christian McCaffreyCAR
3Saquon BarkleyNYG
4Ezekiel ElliottDAL
5David JohnsonARZ
6Nick ChubbCLE
7Le’Veon BellNYJ
8Dalvin CookMIN
9Todd GurleyLAR
10Chris CarsonSEA
11Joe MixonCIN
12Melvin GordonLAC
13Kerryon JohnsonDET
14Devonta FreemanATL
15Tevin ColemanSF
16Josh JacobsOAK
17Derrick HenryTEN
18Marlon MackIND
19James ConnerPIT
20Leonard FournetteJAX
21Aaron JonesGB
22Miles SandersPHI
23David MontgomeryCHI
24Mark IngramBAL
25Tarik CohenCHI
26Damien WilliamsKC
27Lamar MillerHOU
28Sony MichelNE
29Adrian PetersonWSH
30Phillip LindsayDEN
31James WhiteNE
32Kalen BallageMIA
33Kenyan DrakeMIA
34Peyton BarberTB
35Ronald JonesTB
36Jordan HowardPHI
37Austin EkelerLAC
38Matt BreidaSF
39Dion LewisTEN
40Rashaad PennySEA
41Derrius GuiceWSH
42Jaylen SamuelsPIT
43Ito SmithATL
44Justice HillBAL
45Nyheim HinesIND
46Latavius MurrayNO
47Duke Johnson JrHOU
48Ryquell ArmsteadJAX
49Royce FreemanDEN
50LeSean McCoyBUF
51Jalen RichardOAK
52Bilal PowellNYJ
53Darrell HendersonLAR
54Mike DavisCHI
55Carlos HydeKC
56Dexter WilliamsGB
57Chris ThompsonWSH
58T.J YeldonBUF
59Devin SingletaryBUF
60Damien HarrisNE
61Jamaal WilliamsGB
62Theo RiddickDEN
63Jerick McKinnonSF
64Darren SprolesPHI
65Myles GaskinMIA
66Giovani BernardCIN
67Alex BarnesTEN
68Dontrelle HilliardCLE
69C.J AndersonDET
70Elijah McGuireNYJ
71Bruce AndersonTB
72Doug MartinOAK
73Darwin ThompsonKC
74Kareem HuntCLE
75Wayne GallmanNYG
76Rodney AndersonCIN
77Jordan ScarlettCAR
78Alfred BlueJAX
79Ty JohnsonDET
80Gus EdwardsBAL
81Bryce LoveWSH
82Alexander MattisonMIN
83C.J ProsiseSEA
84Malcolm BrownLAR
85Benny Snell JrPIT
86Tony PollardDAL
87Kenneth DixonBAL
88Frank GoreBUF
89Charcandrick WestIND
90Justin JacksonLAC
91Rex BurkheadNE
92Chase EdmondsARZ
93Qadree OllisonATL
94Corey ClementPHI
95Damarea CrockettHOU
96Devontae BookerDEN
97Mike WeberDAL
98J.D McKissicSEA
99Elijah HolyfieldCAR
100Raheem MostertSF
101Michael BooneMIN
102Dwayne WashingtonNO
103Treyveon WilliamsCIN
104Jordan WilkinsIND
105Samaje PerineWSH
106T.J LoganARZ
107Zach ZennerDET
108Elijhaa PennyNYG
109Kenjon BarnerATL
110DeAndre WashingtonOAK
111David FluellenTEN
112D.J FosterARZ
113Cameron Artis-PayneCAR

WIDE RECEIVER

1DeAndre HopkinsHOU
2Davante AdamsGB
3Julio JonesATL
4Michael ThomasNO
5JuJu Smith-SchusterPIT
6Tyreek HillKC
7Mike EvansTB
8Odell Beckham JrCLE
9Antonio BrownOAK
10T.Y HiltonIND
11Keenan AllenLAC
12Adam ThielenMIN
13Stefon DiggsMIN
14Kenny GolladayDET
15Tyler LockettSEA
16Julian EdelmanNE
17Brandin CooksLAR
18Cooper KuppLAR
19Mike WilliamsLAC
20Tyler BoydCIN
21Christian KirkARZ
22Dante PettisSF
23Alshon JeffreyPHI
24Chris GodwinTB
25Amari CooperDAL
26Robert WoodsLAR
27Calvin RidleyATL
28Dede WestbrookJAX
29D.J MooreCAR
30Marquez Valdes-ScantlingGB
31Sterling ShepardNYG
32Marvin JonesDET
33DeVante ParkerMIA
34Jarvis LandryCLE
35Robby AndersonNYJ
36Allen RobinsonCHI
37James WashingtonPIT
38John BrownBUF
39Courtland SuttonDEN
40A.J GreenCIN
41Marquise BrownBAL
42Josh GordonNE
43Michael GallupDAL
44Parris CampbellIND
45Corey DavisTEN
46Albert WilsonMIA
47Emmanuel SandersDEN
48Miles BoykinBAL
49DeSean JacksonPHI
50Curtis SamuelCAR
51Zay JonesBUF
52Sammy WatkinsKC
53Golden TateNYG
54Tre’Quan SmithNO
55Paul RichardsonWSH
56Anthony MillerCHI
57Danny AmendolaDET
58Marqise LeeJAX
59Jamison CrowderNYJ
60Kenny StillsMIA
61N’Keal HarryNE
62Chris ConleyJAX
63Adam HumphriesTEN
64John RossCIN
65DaeSean HamiltonDEN
66D.K MetcalfSEA
67Larry FitzgeraldARZ
68Will FullerHOU
69David MooreSEA
70Taylor GabrielCHI
71Kelvin HarmonWSH
72Willie SneadBAL
73Keke CouteeHOU
74Mohammed SanuATL
75Tyrell WilliamsOAK
76Randall CobbDAL
77Quincy EnunwaNYJ
78Andy IsabellaARZ
79Ted Ginn JrNO
80Devin FunchessIND
81J.J Arcega-WhitesidePHI
82Deebo SamuelSF
83Robert FosterBUF
84Geronimo AllisonGB
85Chris HoganCAR
86A.J BrownTEN
87Diontae JohnsonPIT
88Antonio CallawayCLE
89Cole BeasleyBUF
90Hunter RenfrowOAK
91Trey QuinnWSH
92Nelson AgholorPHI
93Mecole HardmanKC
94Donte MoncriefPIT
95Keelan ColeJAX
96Equanimeous St. BrownGB
97Darius SlaytonNYG
98Phillip DorsettNE
99Jalen HurdSF
100Justin WatsonTB
101Marquise GoodwinSF
102Keith KirkwoodNO
103Laquon TreadwellMIN
104Terry McLaurinWSH
105Josh DoctsonWSH
106KeeSean JohnsonARZ
107Breshad PerrimanTB
108Travis BenjaminLAC
109D.J CharkJAX
110Riley RidleyCHI
111Chester RogersIND
112Deon CainIND
113Josh ReynoldsLAR
114Russell ShepardNYG
115Geremy DavisLAC
116Jaron BrownSEA
117Maurice HarrisNE
118Allen HurnsMIA
119Jordan MatthewsSF
120Justin HardyATL
121Jarius WrightCAR
122Cordarelle PattersonCHI
123Demarcus RobinsonKC
124Marcel AtemanOAK
125Ryan GrantOAK
126J.J NelsonOAK
127Rashard HigginsCLE
128Josh BellamyNYJ
129Chris MooreBAL
130Juwann WinfreeDEN
131Marcus GreenATL
132Tavon AustinDAL
133Tajae SharpeTEN
134Taywan TaylorTEN
135Seth RobertsBAL
136Brandon PowellDET
137Hakeem ButlerARZ
138Eli RogersPIT
139Ray-Ray McCloudBUF
140Cody LatimerNYG
141Alex EricksonCIN
142Andre RobertsBUF
143Kevin WhiteARZ
144Mack HollinsPHI
145Vyncint SmithHOU
146Emanuel HallCHI
147Torrey SmithCAR
148Sammie CoatesKC
149Jaelen StrongCLE
150Jake KumerowGB
151Daurice FountainIND
152Ryan SwitzerPIT

TIGHT END

1Travis KelceKC
2Zach ErtzPHI
3George KittleSF
4Hunter HenryLAC
5O.J HowardTB
6Evan EngramNYG
7Vance McDonaldPIT
8Jordan ReedWSH
9Mark AndrewsBAL
10Noah FantDEN
11Delanie WalkerTEN
12Jared CookNO
13Eric EbronIND
14Geoff SwaimJAX
15Austin Hooper ATL
16T.J HockensonDET
17Darren WallerOAK
18Tyler EifertCIN
19Jordan ThomasHOU
20David NjokuCLE
21Irv Smith JrMIN
22Chris HerndonNYJ
23Mike GesickiMIA
24Trey BurtonCHI
25Jack DoyleIND
26Greg OlsenCAR
27Jason WittenDAL
28Kyle RudolphMIN
29Matt LaCosseNE
30Cameron BrateTB
31Jimmy GrahamGB
32Dallas GoedertPHI
33Blake JarwinDAL
34C.J UzomahCIN
35Ricky Seals-JonesARZ
36Ian ThomasCAR
37Josh OliverJAX
38Gerald EverettLAR
39Deon YelderKC
40Ryan GriffinNYJ
41Ben WatsonNE
42Jesse JamesDET
43Rhett EllisonNYG
44Tyler HigbeeLAR
45Vernon DavisWSH
46Nick VannettSEA
47Dawson KnoxBUF
48Alize MackNO
49Jake ButtDEN
50Will DisslySEA
51Charles ClayARZ
52Dwayne AllenMIA
53Ed DicksonSEA
54Jace SternbergerGB
55Jordan AkinsHOU
56Luke WillsonOAK
57Nick O’LearyMIA
58Trevon WescoNYJ
59Hayden HurstBAL
60Josh HillNO
61Kahale WarringHOU
62Adam ShaheenCHI
63Seth DeValveCLE
64Drew SampleCIN
65Zach GentryPIT
66Jeff HeuermanDEN
67Jordan LeggettTB
68Mo Alie-CoxIND
69Nick BoyleBAL
70Maxx WilliamsARZ
71Virgil GreenLAC
72Luke StockerATL
73Richard RodgersPHI
74Xavier GrimblePIT
75Foster MoreauOAK
76Levine ToiloloSF
77Marcedes LewisGB
78Dalton SchultzDAL