Last Updated: March 23rd at 9:58am ET
Below are my 2020 dynasty rankings with the top 200 updated to reflect the chaos of Free Agency so far. The rankings included 36 rookies, which conveniently double as my rookie draft rankings for Rounds 1-3. Look for these to expand further to 250 as we head into the summer.
- As much as possible, I avoid projecting production beyond the upcoming season. The NFL is simply too unpredictable to make a “3-year window” or any other bets on long-term production worthwhile.
- Dynasty, like redraft, is best played year to year.
- However, I’m still able to play a long-term game while only looking at short-term projections by considering the following:
- Dynasty is about maximizing your team’s production while also maintaining a high team Trade Value (as measured by startup ADP).
- By keeping your team trade value high, you preserve the ability to adjust your team year to year, and will prevent your team from becoming old and unproductive.
- Understanding Trade Value trends
- Not all production is valued the same way by dynasty owners. Understanding how the market has historically treated positions and age groups can give us an edge (more to come on this topic).
- Contract situations (info comes from Spotrac)
- Understanding contract ramifications is an under-rated aspect of playing dynasty. I’ve included 2020 & 2021 contract status for each of the 150 players below.
- This gives us an edge by allowing us to better predict how these players will be viewed after the 2020 season is over.
- Breakout profiles
- Not all players are equally likely to exceed expectations. There are specific types of players at each position more likely to increase in value (more to come on this topic).
- Dynasty is about maximizing your team’s production while also maintaining a high team Trade Value (as measured by startup ADP).
- RBs are risky holds early in the off-season.
- Many of the RBs below will lose considerable value during Free Agency and the NFL draft. As a result, I tend to rank RBs (particularly for RBs with weak holds on their roles) lower in the early off-season than post-NFL draft.
- QBs valuation is partially format dependent.
- If you play in deep leagues, you’ll likely find that I’ve under-rated QB relative to other positions, and vice-versa if you prefer shallow leagues.
- These rankings are best used in conjunction with ADP data or rankings that better represent the general market consensus.
- While I don’t recommend send low ball trade offers, there’s no reason to not get as much value as you can using the market as a guide.
Rookie Evaluation Philosophy:
- The most important thing to know about a rookie is where they were drafted.
- In addition to draft position, we’re looking for additional information that is not fully baked into draft position.
- At WR for example, I tend not to put a lot of stock into 40 times, raw production stats, level of competition, and other variables that don’t appear to be very predictive once draft position is accounted for.
- This also means that I don’t study film. While traditional scouting is highly valuable, it remains the primary focus of the NFL draft selection process. Therefore simply using draft position mostly captures what could be gained through my own film analysis.
- I do find that film and scouting reports can be invaluable for helping to understand the type of player I’m analyzing, but I rely on the NFL draft as my starting point for evaluating talent level.
- Conversely, I tend to be interested in information that may seem at first glance to be less important to success than what draftniks typically focus on.
- eg. career market share of yards; whether a player declared early; whether a player will begin their NFL career at 21; kick and punt return efficiency.
- …because I’m looking for information that we can add to draft position and improve our hit rate, rather than simply predict draft position in the first place.
- In other words, I’m looking for information that the NFL is, to some degree, ignoring.
- In addition to draft position, we’re looking for additional information that is not fully baked into draft position.
- Situation and landing spot matters a lot more for RBs than WRs. Anyone who talked themselves out of A.J. Brown because there weren’t enough targets in Tennessee or Juju Smith-Schuster and Chris Godwin because they were “blocked” by a superstar WR, or thought that Courtland Sutton and D.J. Chark were doomed by bad QB play knows what I mean.
- RB talent still matters, and I particularly like to see pass catching ability, youth, agility, and weight adjusted speed.
- Rookie TEs tend to take a long time to develop into productive fantasy assets, and very few TEs ever return difference making production. And roster spots–especially in shallow leagues–tend to better spent on the other skill positions. As a result I’m usually only interested in premium TE rookie prospects.
ETR Dynasty Rankings
|Rank||Pos. Rank||Change in Rank||Rookie Rank||Player||Position||Team||Age||2020 Contract Status||2021 Contract Status||Notes|
|1||RB01||0||Christian McCaffrey||RB||CAR||23.80||Rookie Deal||5th Year Option||McCaffrey is a true league winner entering his age 24 season, with a safe contract. His new coaching staff adds slight risk to complete workhorse role, but he's the obvious 1.01|
|2||WR01||0||Michael Thomas||WR||NO||27.00||Dead Cap > Cap Hit||2021 Salary Partially Guaranteed||Brees' return is good news, but Thomas isn't dependent on him. He was absolutely elite in 2019 with both Brees (averaged 25 PPR in 7 games) and Bridgewater (averaged 22.2 in 9 games). Thomas scores like an elite RB but comes with far less risk.|
|3||RB02||0||Saquon Barkley||RB||NYG||23.10||Rookie Deal||5th Year Option||Barkley had a down year in 2019, yet was still a fantasy playoff winner.|
|4||RB03||0||Ezekiel Elliott||RB||DAL||24.70||Dead Cap > Cap Hit||Dead Cap > Cap Hit||McCarthy will find creative ways to use Zeke... just kidding. But his contract forces team to keep him as a focal point.|
|5||RB04||0||Dalvin Cook||RB||MIN||24.60||Rookie Deal||FREE AGENT||There's some risk of Cook leaving Minnesota in 2021, and losing the offense built specifically for him. But I'm betting on an extension. Zimmer needs to establish it.|
|6||WR02||0||Davante Adams||WR||GB||27.20||TRADE OR CUT saves $9.3MM||TRADE OR CUT saves $13MM||The Packers have visited with 5 rookie WRs this off-season, which adds slightly to my concerns that the perception of Adams as a long term target hog may only last another year. That said, Adams projects for a monster year in 2020. I would select him at 1.06 in a startup. I would also spend the rest of the off-season seeing if I could trade him for a bounty.|
|7||RB05||2||Alvin Kamara||RB||NO||24.70||Rookie Deal||FREE AGENT||Brees signed a 2 year deal, so presumably he plans to play through 2021. This is good news for the offense, and probably makes it more likely that Kamara's contract is extended through the end of the Brees window (with additional years on top).|
|8||WR03||-1||DeAndre Hopkins||WR||HOU||27.80||TRADE OR CUT saves $12.5MM||TRADE OR CUT saves $13.5MM||Welp... didn't see that trade coming. Hopkins currently has no guarantees left in his contract with Arizona. It could theoretically be a short stay with Arizona if he doesn't click in the new offense. That said... Hopkins is likely looking at a contract extension, and just joined one of the most pass focused and up tempo offenses in football. His target share will decline, but if Murray takes a 2nd year leap, Hopkins still has an elite ceiling in 2020.|
|9||WR04||2||D.J. Moore||WR||CAR||22.90||Rookie Deal||Rookie Deal||Moore will play this season at 23 on just the 3rd year of his rookie deal. On the one hand, he's yet to produce elite WR production. On the other, he managed 15.5 points per game while catching passes from Kyle Allen, and scoring just 4 TDs. The Bridgewater signing is a decent outcome for Moore. Bridgewater will likely be up and down, but he kept the Saints offense moving last year, and that may be all Moore needs.|
|10||WR05||2||Tyreek Hill||WR||KC||26.10||Dead Cap > Cap Hit||TRADE OR CUT saves $13MM||Hill will be back in 2020 but he's a surprisingly realistic cap casualty in 2021. Considering the potential for a Mecole Hardman breakout or rookie WR additions, and his past off field conduct, he's riskier than I'd prefer at this ranking. Extensions for Aaron Jones or Joe Mixon will move them above Hill.|
|11||WR06||-2||Chris Godwin||WR||TB||24.10||Rookie Deal||FREE AGENT||Godwin could theoretically be a beneficiary of the Brady signing, as his primary underneath target. But it's hard to see this offense not losing explosiveness.|
|12||RB06||1||1||Jonathan Taylor||RB||Rookie||21.20||Rookie Deal||Rookie Deal||Taylor is a near perfect RB prospect who will almost certainly walk into a clear cut starting job, and as long as that job isn't in Miami, he'll likely be projected as a top 10 redraft RB. His size/athleticism and draft capital all point to the type of RB who is likely to be a top 5 dynasty pick in 2021.|
|13||WR07||-6||Mike Evans||WR||TB||26.60||$11.8MM of 2020 salary already guaranteed||TRADE OR CUT saves $12.3MM||Brady is a bad fit for the 2019 version of Evans, but Arians is likely to shift Evans' role to better suit the new offense.|
|14||RB07||2||Aaron Jones||RB||GB||25.30||Rookie Deal||FREE AGENT||There's been no movement on a Jones' contract extension, which is somehat disconcerting considering how quickly we've seen teams move on from their star RBs coming off rookie deals.|
|15||WR08||5||Amari Cooper||WR||FA||25.80||FREE AGENT||UNKNOWN||Cooper gets his long term deal in Dallas with a QB he's had an amazing connection with.|
|16||RB08||3||Derrick Henry||RB||FA||26.20||FREE AGENT||UNKNOWN||The Franchise Tag is a good, not great outcome for Henry. Staying on the offense built specifically around his skillset is excellent news. However, his long term future remains up in the air. At least Tannehill--who is capable enough to keep the offense moving, but limited enough to require the team to lean on Henry--was also re-signed.|
|17||RB09||-2||Joe Mixon||RB||CIN||23.70||Rookie Deal||FREE AGENT||Mixon took a step back in 2019, seeing over 1 less target per game and scoring 3.3 less PPR points per game than in 2018. But with Burrow likely captaining this offense going forward, Mixon has upside for a true breakout in a revived Bengals offense. So far there's been no word on a Gio Bernard release or a Mixon extension, both of which I thought more likely last week.|
|18||TE01||-2||George Kittle||TE||SF||26.40||Rookie Deal||FREE AGENT||Kittle is technically a Free Agent in 2021 but it would be a shock if the 26 year old isn't extended. Kittle's blocking prowess in SF's run first offense will probably keep him putting up truly elite TE1 numbers. To that point, he's Silva's TE3 for 2020. But as he's by far the youngest of the elite TEs, Kittle is clearly the top dynasty TE at the moment.|
|19||WR09||-2||JuJu Smith-Schuster||WR||PIT||23.30||Rookie Deal||FREE AGENT||The recent news on Roethlisberger's health seems optimistic. But Juju is probably the rare case where it's better if he doesn't sign an extension. At least until it's clear how reliable Roethlisberger will be going forward.|
|20||RB10||-2||Nick Chubb||RB||CLE||24.20||Rookie Deal||Rookie Deal||Chubb had 20 PPG in his 8 games without Hunt and but 13 PPG with him. Chubb's passing game usage was particularly hurt, as he saw almost 2x the targets and over 2x the receptions before Hunt returned. In other words Chubb was Zeke Elliott without Hunt, and Marlon Mack with him. And Hunt is now locked in for 2020.|
|21||WR10||3||A.J. Brown||WR||TEN||22.70||Rookie Deal||Rookie Deal||Brown was a monster down the stretch with 4 100+ outings in his last 6 regular season games. It will be especially interesting to see how Brown fares if the Titans don't resign Derrick Henry. As we saw in the playoffs, the Titans Henry-centric approach can kill the volume Brown needs to hit his elite ceiling. But having put up 217 points as a rookie, Brown is a dynasty investment that pays off easily. As we saw this year with DJ Moore, even modestly building on his rookie season could make him a staple of the 2nd round in 2021. This off-season played out pretty well for Brown. He keeps Tannehill and the connection he developed with him, and Derrick Henry and the run heavy approach that comes with him, isn't signed past 2020.|
|22||WR11||-1||Kenny Golladay||WR||DET||26.40||Rookie Deal||FREE AGENT||Golladay seems likely to be extended this offseason, which is good considering the strong connection he's shown with Matthew Stafford (17.6 PPR points in games with Stafford last season).|
|23||WR12||-1||Odell Beckham||WR||CLE||27.40||$2.75MM of 2020 salary already guaranteed. Remaining $11.25MM guarentees on 3/20/20||$12.8MM of 2021 salary guarantees on the 3rd day of the 2021 league year. But before that can be cut for $15.8MM savings.||2019 was a truly disastrous start to Beckham's Browns career, posting fewer receptions, yards and TDs in 16 games than in his 12 games in 2018 (his flameout year with the Giants). But Beckham was hardly the only player who failed to flourish under Freddie Kitchens' "tutelage". He gets a fresh start in new HC Kevin Stefanski's offense in 2020. If he fails to bounceback, it will severely impact his trade value, which remains fairly high despite last year's debacle. Jarvis Landry's injury opens a door for OBJ to regain the clear cut WR1 role to open the season.|
|24||WR13||-1||Calvin Ridley||WR||ATL||25.20||Rookie Deal||Rookie Deal||I'm not quite as high as Evan on Ridley's 2020 outlook (who is?). However, because Ridley broke out as a rookie and then followed it up with 15 PPR points per game, you can't really go wrong with this selection. He offers the upside of a Chris Godwin type breakout, and has been too productive at his age for his value to tank even with a down/lost 2020.|
|25||TE02||0||Travis Kelce||TE||KC||30.50||TRADE OR CUT saves $9.3MM||TRADE OR CUT saves $8.8MM||The Chiefs are about to enter cap hell, and a 31 year old Kelce could find himself on the chopping block in 2021 with a down/lost lost 2020. Kelce's age also puts him at risk for a production drop off. But for contenders, it's still fairly safe to ride Kelce again this year. Evan Silva has him as a top 12 redraft player, so the age discount is significant here.|
|26||RB11||0||Josh Jacobs||RB||LV||22.10||Rookie Deal||Rookie Deal||Mike Mayock is talking up Jacobs' passing game role, which would be a huge boost to his 2020 outlook. Since, as I noted in February ranks, Jacobs only logged more than 3 targets once in 2019. It's still not a great sign that the Raiders signed Jalen Richard to a 2 year extension. But Jacobs' could be a 2020 league winner with 1st round dynasty value in 2021 if he is in fact handed a 3 down role.|
|27||RB12||0||Miles Sanders||RB||PHI||22.90||Rookie Deal||Rookie Deal||Sanders came on down the stretch, seeing 5.1 targets per game in his last 8, compared to 3.4 before the Eagles' Week 10 bye. He profiles similarly to Alvin Kamara or Aaron Jones, dominating in the passing game while likely ceding some of the rushing work.|
|28||WR14||0||Julio Jones||WR||ATL||31.10||2020 salary fully guaranteed||2021 salary fully guaranteed||Jones is 31 years old, but he's tied to Matt Ryan through at least 2021. Still, look AJ Green's dynasty ADP to remind yourself how quickly the bottom will fall out on his trade value with an injury.|
|29||WR15||0||Cooper Kupp||WR||LAR||26.80||Rookie Deal||FREE AGENT||Kupp had a strong 2019 but took a backseat to Robert Woods down the stretch. Moreover, while Woods is affordably signed through 2021, Kupp hits free agency. Because the Rams are 23rd in the league in available cap space, we can't bank on an extension for Kupp. A 2021 departure presents serious downside risk with Kupp already in a near ideal situation (his QB's safety valve in an up tempo offense).|
|30||WR16||1||Courtland Sutton||WR||DEN||24.40||Rookie Deal||Rookie Deal||Sutton's productivity concerningly dropped off with Drew Lock under center, from 14.5 down to 12.4 PPR points per game. In addition, the Broncos are likely to add some competition at WR as they turn over the offense to Lock in 2020. If Lock continues to hurt Sutton's production, it will obviously bring down his dynasty value. But Lock and Sutton have only played 4 games together, so it's too soon to rule out a connection.|
|31||RB13||1||Austin Ekeler||RB||LAC||24.80||New contract||Dead Cap > Cap Hit||Ekeler has been signed to a new contract. And while it's possible that the team drafts or signs someone to pair with him, it's clear the Ekeler will be at least the 1A in LA for the next several years. He averaged 27.3 PPR points in the 4 games before Gordon returned last year, so it's exciting to think what he can do in a full year. Don't freak out about Tyrod Taylor as Ekeler's QB. LeSean McCoy had the 2nd most targets of his career (77) playing with Taylor in 2017. So while it's not an ideal situation, a year with Taylor transiting to a rookie QB shouldn't limit Ekeler too badly.|
|32||RB14||1||Leonard Fournette||RB||JAC||25.20||Rookie Deal||5th Year Option||We'll have an answer soon (3/30) on if the Jaguars will pick up Uncle Lenny's 5th year option. If I had to guess, I think they will, but I still have him lower than consensus because his value will fall quite a bit if they decline the option.|
|33||WR17||1||2||CeeDee Lamb||WR||Rookie||21.00||Rookie Deal||Rookie Deal||Lamb crushes in virtually every projection model because he's about to be a 1st round pick, is very young and had a great final season. My only knock on him is that his career MS of yards is a bit low for an elite prospect (which he is). However, until this past season he shared the field with Marquise Brown, a 1st round pick who's already shown he deserves to start in the NFL.|
|34||WR18||1||3||Jerry Jeudy||WR||Rookie||20.90||Rookie Deal||Rookie Deal||Lamb and Jeudy are 1A and 1B in this class. It's frequently mentioned how much target competition there was at Alabama this year. But typically this argument is in defense of Ruggs. It applies just as much to Jeudy though, and it's pretty amazing that while playing with multiple future NFL 1st rounders he still posted a 26% MSY at 20 years old.|
|35||WR19||-5||Stefon Diggs||WR||MIN||26.30||2020 fully guaranteed||$3.3MM of 2021 salary fully guarantees on 3rd league day of 2021 Can save $9MM with pre-3/20 release||Diggs was more serious about getting out of Minnesota than I realized, and now joins a worse QB (for passing production at least) on another run heavy offense. Diggs should carve out a larger target share for himself, but it's not ideal.|
|36||WR20||0||D.J. Chark||WR||JAC||23.50||Rookie Deal||Rookie Deal||Although Chark's 2nd biggest game of the season came with Foles at QB in Week 11, he averaged a very healthy 14.2 PPR points in games with Minshew. His fit in the new Jay Gruden offense is a slight concern however since Chark thrives further downfield.|
|37||QB01||0||Patrick Mahomes||QB||KC||24.50||Rookie Deal||5th year option||I still have Mahomes as the top dynasty QB since his trade value would better survive a major injury.|
|38||QB02||0||Lamar Jackson||QB||BAL||23.20||Rookie Deal||Rookie Deal||Jackson will probably outscore Mahomes in the near term, and is the rare QB who can consistently swing fantasy matchups.|
|39||WR21||4||Allen Robinson||WR||CHI||26.60||$3MM Roster bonus guarantees 3/20/20||FREE AGENT||Robinson balled out in 2019, posting a WR7 season despite abysmal QB play. And it's possible he now sees better QB play in 2020 with the addition of Nick Foles. Probably not a lot better QB play, but Foles has been willing to let his WRs make plays in the past, so he could be a good fit for Robinson.|
|40||RB15||-1||4||J.K. Dobbins||RB||Rookie||21.30||Rookie Deal||Rookie Deal||Dobbins could fall a bit in the NFL draft after skipping the combine testing. But he profiles as a potential 3 down back. I prefer him to Swift for the time being.|
|41||RB16||-1||5||D'Andre Swift||RB||Rookie||21.20||Rookie Deal||Rookie Deal||I'm hedging my bets on Swift for now. Much of his value is based on his traditional scouting profile and projected draft position, so I'd like to see the scouts weigh in before moving him ahead of guys I like better on paper. He could land in the early 20s of my ranks once drafted.|
|42||WR22||0||D.K. Metcalf||WR||SEA||22.30||Rookie Deal||Rookie Deal||Metcalf came alive to close the 2019 season and may well be the Seahawks top pass catching option in 2020. If the Seahawks unleash Russell Wilson in 2020 (a sadly unlikely prospect) Metcalf's ceiling is tantalizing.|
|43||WR23||1||Tyler Lockett||WR||SEA||27.50||TRADE OR CUT saves $6.9MM||TRADE OR CUT saves $9.3MM||Lockett's contract makes him a fairly painless cut, but the Seahawks rank 6th in the NFL in available cap space. Their WR room ranks... worse. Lockett lacks elite upside due to his low volume offense and the target competition from Metcalf. But he's safely tied to Russell Wilson for the near term. Lockett is older than you think (27), a product of his late breakout. But if Silva's ranking of WR16 is right, Lockett is young enough to hold his value after delivering WR2 production.|
|44||WR24||-3||Keenan Allen||WR||LAC||27.90||TRADE OR CUT saves $10.8MM||FREE AGENT||Tyrod Taylor and/or a rookie QB in 2020 is not bullish for Keenan Allen. He'd benefit from a Cam Newton signing or trade however, so his 2020 outlook is still murky (in a good way).|
|45||WR25||0||Tyler Boyd||WR||CIN||25.30||2020 salary fully guarantees on 3/22/2020||TRADE OR CUT saves $8.5MM||The rebuilding Bengals are savvy enough to realize they should prioritize getting Boyd, 25 and on a long term deal, the necessary targets to develop a rapport with their new franchise Joe Burrow. Just kidding. They're gonna franchise A.J. Green. Green turns 32 in July, so Boyd may still be the top option in 2020, but it puts his immediate outlook somewhat in doubt.|
|46||WR26||1||Terry McLaurin||WR||WAS||24.50||Rookie Deal||Rookie Deal||Cam Newton's imminent release increases the odds that Cam joins Ron Rivera in Washington, which would make me a whole lot more bullish on McLaurin. First of all, Cam is simply likelier to have a strong connection with McLaurin than Haskins, who was awful last year. But second, if Newton is healthy, he can support multiple weapons, reducing the risk of Washington adding a rookie WR (which remains likely).|
|47||WR27||-1||Michael Gallup||WR||DAL||24.00||Rookie Deal||Rookie Deal||Gallup's 15.2 PPR points per game in 2019 seem to have gotten lost in the Dallas shuffle. But the fact is that Gallup had the biggest fantasy breakout of any 2nd year WR other than DJ Moore. Cooper looks increasingly likely to be re-signed, which removes some 2020 upside.|
|48||WR28||0||Deebo Samuel||WR||SF||24.20||Rookie Deal||Rookie Deal||Regardless of whether Emmanuel Sanders (33 for the 2020 season) re-signs, Samuel projects as the number one option in 2020. Samuel offers the upside of a 2nd year breakout, but his rookie season was strong enough that owners won't bail on him even if he doesn't make a leap.|
|49||TE03||4||Mark Andrews||TE||BAL||23.50||Rookie Deal||Rookie Deal||Andrews is tied to an elite QB and one that loves to target the TE. This rare combination, and Andrews own ability, vaults him atop the 2nd tier of dynasty TEs. With Hurst now traded to Atlanta, Andrews is in prime position to take another step forward in 2020.|
|50||WR29||-1||Marquise Brown||WR||BAL||22.80||Rookie Deal||Rookie Deal||As 2019's earliest drafted WR, Brown didn't get the respect he deserved as a dynasty prospect--often falling out of the 1st round of rookie drafts. And now, coming off of a season where he struggled through injury, and yet still put up over 10 points per game, he's still not getting nearly enough respect. Brown will be tied tied to Lamar Jackson through at least 2022 and has already flashed an elite ceiling with four 18+ PPR outings (including the playoffs). A healthy 2020 could see him break out as one of the league's most dangerous deep threats.|
|51||WR30||1||Robert Woods||WR||LAR||27.90||$2MM roster bonus guarantees 3/20/20||TRADE OR CUT saves $8MM||Woods finished WR10 in 2018 and WR14 in 2019. Yet he'll probably find himself in the same 5th-6th round startup range that he was in a year ago. And he'll undoubtedly go far later than Cooper Kupp once again. Kupp has been the more productive of the two, it's true. But Woods appeared to the the focal point of the passing attack to close 2019, and his 2021 status with the Rams is more secure. Kupp is the more valuable asset, but Woods is the better bargain.|
|52||WR31||2||6||Justin Jefferson||WR||Rookie||21.20||Rookie Deal||Rookie Deal||Some worry that Jefferson is a product of Joe Burrow. And sure, Jefferson's 111-1540-18 season isn't happening without him. But it's nonetheless impressive that Jefferson accounted for 26% of yards and 30% of the TDs in such a prolific offense. Moreover, he actually had his best market share before 2019's offensive explosion with 29% of yards and 32% of TDs as a Sophomore. Jefferson also just disproved the idea that he's unathletic with a 4.43 40 and 37.5 inch vert at 202 lbs. He looks likely to be a 1st round NFL draft pick, and I like him in this range even as a 2nd round pick.|
|53||WR32||14||7||Henry Ruggs III||WR||Rookie||21.20||Rookie Deal||Rookie Deal||Ruggs had limited college production but was extremely efficient when he had the ball. He also has NFL size to go with his game breaking speed 4.27. However... his 16% career market share is a genuine red flag. And although he was electric as a rusher on extremely limited touches (75 yards and a score on 2 carries), I don't love that Alabama wasn't trying to get him the ball more. That said, I'm starting to come around on Ruggs, as some of the research I'm doing indicates he may belongs in the same tier with Jefferson, Shanault and Reagor, and arguably at the top of that tier since he'll likely be drafted first (more to come).|
|54||QB03||19||Kyler Murray||QB||ARI||22.60||Rookie Deal||Rookie Deal||Kyler made an immediate fantasy impact and has the upside of an unleashed Russell Wilson in his 2nd year. He now has one of the best WRs in football to throw to.|
|55||WR33||0||8||Laviska Shenault Jr.||WR||Rookie||21.50||Rookie Deal||Rookie Deal||Shenalt's surgery could hurt his draft stock. But as long as an NFL team is willing spend a Day 2 pick on him, he'll be high in my rankings. His career production at Colorado was outstanding and he could be an incredible NFL playmaker if used creatively.|
|56||RB17||9||Kenyan Drake||RB||FA||26.10||FREE AGENT||UNKNOWN||Drake was Transition tagged and looks likely to remain in Arizona as the starter. I'm moving him up some now, and more later once that's locked in.|
|57||WR34||18||Adam Thielen||WR||MIN||29.60||2020 salary & roster bonus fully guarantee on 3/20/2020||TRADE OR CUT saves $11.6MM||The Diggs trade opens up targets for Thielen and makes him a far less likely cut candidate in 2021. He'll likely be mentoring rookie WRs next season and true WR1 target share.|
|58||RB18||-2||David Montgomery||RB||CHI||22.80||Rookie Deal||Rookie Deal||Montgomery's 2019 performance was kind of gross, but he saw nearly 17 touches per game and should be in a similar role in 2020. Tarik Cohen could depart after this season, meaning Montgomery could be a popular buy next offseason even if he fails to breakout as a sophomore.|
|59||WR35||0||9||Jalen Reagor||WR||Rookie||21.20||Rookie Deal||Rookie Deal||Reagor put up amazing market share (37%) as 19 year old Sophomore, but fell off dramatically in 2019. As a result, he tends to under-perform in models that emphasize final year production. Reagor's career numbers are terrific however, and he was also a special teams superstar. Team fit will be important for Reagor. He reminds me a bit of Deebo Samuel, who is electric with the ball in his hands but has also benefited from creative NFL usage.|
|60||WR36||-10||Christian Kirk||WR||ARI||23.30||Rookie Deal||Rookie Deal||Kirk could be very productive playing a secondary role to Hopkins, but he might be in trouble if the Cardinals add premium WR competition in the draft. And there's lots to choose from this year.|
|61||WR37||0||Mecole Hardman||WR||KC||22.00||Rookie Deal||Rookie Deal||Hardman led NFL WRs in fantasy points per target in 2019. Scoring 117.5 PPR points on just 41 targets. He looks likely to see more work in 2020 for a number of reasons. First, he's a talented 2nd round pick that just flashed enormous potential and game breaking speed. Second, Sammy Watkins is publically mulling his future and would save the soon to be cap strapped Chiefs $14MM as a cut. Third, Demarcus Robinson is a 2020 Free Agent. And fourth, no other WRs behind Hardman really showed anything in 2019. Hardman is the type of player who's likely to become incredibly trendy this summer. Now is the time to send offers.|
|62||RB19||-2||James Conner||RB||PIT||24.90||Rookie Deal||FREE AGENT||Conner moves up slightly due to the positive reports on Ben Roethlisberger's elbow. Caution is still warranted here though, since a bad 2020 would make 2 down years before hitting the open market in 2021. (There's very little extension buzz here and I think Conner may in fact play out his contract). Conner also faces the risk of a rookie addition, partly because his backups were so bad in 2019, but also because the team will want to be prepared to handle his upcoming free agency.|
|63||TE04||-1||Zach Ertz||TE||PHI||29.40||Dead Cap > Cap Hit||TRADE OR CUT saves $8.5MM||Ertz's production fell back to its 2017 levels this year. And entering his age 29 season he's competing for looks with the emerging Dallas Goedert. On the other hand, the Eagles WR corp is a mess and Ertz can be projected for ~14 PPR points per game pmce again in 2020. His contract makes him cuttable next off-season, but the larger situation makes that unlikely. Ertz isn't as trendy as he used to be, but he's still a great way to play the TE position in dynasty.|
|64||WR38||17||Will Fuller||WR||HOU||25.90||5th Year Option (Fully Guarantees 3/18/20)||FREE AGENT||Fuller now has an opening to become Watson's long term WR1. The Texans could also let him walk in 2021 and completely reset the WR room.|
|65||WR39||3||N'Keal Harry||WR||NE||22.30||Rookie Deal||Rookie Deal||Tom Brady will not be back in New England, which could end up being great news for Harry, who never developed a rapport with him. People aren't very vocal about this after his rookie season... but Harry was an excellent prospect. Prospects like Harry have very high 2nd year breakout rates even with poor rookie seasons. Harry is a fantastic buy low.|
|66||RB20||0||Marlon Mack||RB||IND||24.00||Rookie Deal||FREE AGENT||Mack had zero games in 2019 with 4 or more targets, and he hasn't seen 5 targets in a game since Week 8 of 2017. He's a major threat for a reduced role if he changes teams in 2021, and will have a hard time holding off a talented rookie in 2020 if the Colts select one. I've moved Mack up to reflect that there's less buzz than I expected that the Colts will add a free agent or rookie RB.|
|67||TE05||2||Evan Engram||TE||NYG||25.50||Rookie Deal||5th Year Option||Engram was terrific with Daniel Jones in 2019, scoring 14.1 PPR points per game. That's even better than the 13.3 without OBJ from 2017-18. Engram is likely tied to Jones through 2021, which some may see as a bad thing. But Jones looks quite capable of supporting Engram.|
|68||RB21||-11||Devin Singletary||RB||BUF||22.50||Rookie Deal||Rookie Deal||Buffalo has met with D'Andre Swift and 4 rookie RBs in total. They also seem less likely to address WR through the draft after the Diggs trade. A premium rookie RB addition could tank Singletary's value.|
|69||RB22||-6||Le'Veon Bell||RB||NYJ||28.10||Dead Cap > Cap Hit||TRADE OR CUT saves $11.5MM||The Jets are stuck with Bell in 2020 but highly likely to move on from him in 2021. This makes Bell a 1 year rental for contending teams. Next offseason he'll likely be a 29 year old Free Agent or impeding 6/1 cut. If you're planning to roster Bell in 2020, make sure your team will actually compete. I've moved Bell up based on Silva's redraft rankings, and because the Jets looks unlikely to add a premium RB this off-season.|
|70||RB23||-6||10||Cam Akers||RB||Rookie||20.70||Rookie Deal||Rookie Deal||Evan Silva currently ranks Akers like a committee back for 2020, but there's a chance he lands a more clear cut starting role, which would increase his value considerably.|
|71||WR40||3||11||Brandon Aiyuk||WR||Rookie||22.00||Rookie Deal||Rookie Deal||Scouts love Aiyuk because of how dynamic he is with the ball in his hands. This is evident from his 9.9 YAC average (thanks to Silva for that stat), but it also jumps out in his special teams play. Aiyuk was was an amazing college kick returner, averaging a T.Y. Hilton-esque 27.1 yards on his 29 kick returns (which is absurdly good). Aiyuk is a Senior, which is a red flag. But he's likely to be drafted early, and looks a lot like other Seniors who have been strong fantasy producers. The dynasty community appears to be sleeping on him based on recent ADP, so you won't have to target him nearly this early. But this is where he should be going, and where he's likely to go after the NFL draft.|
|72||RB24||6||12||Clyde Edwards-Helaire||RB||Rookie||20.90||Rookie Deal||Rookie Deal||Edwards-Helaire is short but stocky, at 5'7" 207, and likely big enough for a 3 down role. He finished his college career with 55 receptions and could start in a fantasy viable pass catching role before developing into a lead back. He has a good chance to get drafted in the 2nd round, which would boost his fantasy stock and my ranking if he lands in a good situation.|
|73||QB04||-1||Deshaun Watson||QB||HOU||24.50||Rookie Deal||5th year option||Watson now has back to finishes as QB5 and is still just 24 years old. But losing Hopkins hurts him a bit. He likely needs a healthy season from Fuller to hit his ceiling now.|
|74||TE06||-3||Darren Waller||TE||LV||27.50||Signed New Deal in 2020||TRADE OR CUT saves $6.3MM||Witten's signing is more of an annoyance than anything to be that concerned about. Still, I've lowered Waller a bit to reflect a riskier outlook for 2020.|
|75||RB25||1||Mark Ingram||RB||BAL||30.20||Salary partially guarenteed||TRADE OR CUT saves $5MM||Ingram will remain the starter in 2020 and is under contract fairly cheaply for 2021. He's a 2021 cut risk given his age, but also a strong bet for production for as long as he's tied to a Lamar Jackson offense.|
|76||RB26||26||David Johnson||RB||ARI||28.30||Dead Cap > Cap Hit||TRADE OR CUT saves $9MM||Johnson is joining a high powered offense that just gave up a truly insane amount of capital for him. Because it's the Texans they'll probably draft someone to platoon David Johnson with while Duke Johnson watches in the corner. Post draft, Johnson may move up into the 60s.|
|77||RB27||-7||Chris Carson||RB||SEA||25.50||Rookie Deal||FREE AGENT||I described Carson last time as the "bird in the hand," meaning that we could at least count on him as a 2020 starter. That probably underestimated the likelihood that the Seahawks draft a RB however. Given his impending 2021 free agency, a highly drafted RB could drag down Carson's value.|
|78||RB28||-27||Melvin Gordon||RB||FA||26.90||New contract||$13MM Total guarenteed *exact contract structure still unknown||Gordon's 2 year deal with the Broncos isn't ideal, but as long as the Broncos don't draft a RB highly, it's not awful. He should be the lead back in a committee with Lindsay. Freeman is likely an afterthought now.|
|79||RB29||0||Kerryon Johnson||RB||DET||22.70||Rookie Deal||Rookie Deal||2019 was a total bust for Johnson, and it's hard to be optimistic for 2020 with Patricia's return. Much of Johnson's value is based on his breakout appeal, and that doesn't seem likely under the current regime. The Lions are being linked to multiple free agent RBs (including Kenyan Drake) and an addition or even a rookie RB in the 3rd-4th round could lock in the committee RB narrative. That perception would make his trade market quiet until/unless he disproves the narrative during the season.|
|80||TE07||4||T.J. Hockenson||TE||DET||22.70||Rookie Deal||Rookie Deal||Hockenson was inconsistent in 2019, but was decidedly more effective with Stafford under center, averaging 8 PPR points in those games, to just 4.3 without him. Hockenson was a great TE prospect and has a strong chance to make a Sophomore leap.|
|81||TE08||4||Noah Fant||TE||DEN||22.30||Rookie Deal||Rookie Deal||Fant was just as good with Drew Lock as he was without him, so his new QB won't necessarily get in the way of a 2nd year breakout. If Fant takes a leap, there's plenty of available targets.|
|82||RB30||-24||Todd Gurley||RB||LAR||25.60||New contract||FREE AGENT||The crazy 2020 Free Agency period continues, with Todd Gurley now a Falcon on a 1 year deal. I don't think he's out of the woods yet, as he could be in a committee if the Falcons draft a RB early (which was clearly their plan before Gurley fell in their laps).|
|83||WR41||10||13||K.J. Hamler||WR||Rookie||20.70||Rookie Deal||Rookie Deal||If Hamler was 190 he'd be ranked in the 50s for me. His profile is outrageously strong, except for his size. However, as long as he's drafted highly by a team likely to utilize him properly, he has strong odds for NFL success. I'm moving him above Higgins for now (who has more red flags) and could move him up further after the draft.|
|84||TE09||-2||Hunter Henry||TE||LAC||25.30||FREE AGENT||UNKNOWN||Henry will return to LA, but his QB situation remains uncertain.|
|85||RB31||-8||Raheem Mostert||RB||SF||27.90||TRADE OR CUT saves $2.5MM||TRADE OR CUT saves $3.2MM||Mostert is under contract extremely cheaply through 2021. The 49ers could save a few million by cutting him, but only because he basically has no guaranteed money on his deal. Coleman meanwhile would save $5MM if he's cut this off-season, and is a Free Agent in 2021. Breida is a 2020 RFA, and then hits the open market in 2021. McKinnon just agreed to restructure his contract to stay with the team in 2020, but remains likely to be elsewhere in 2021. 2020 looks messy, but there's upside in 2021 if Mostert continues to outshine the competition.|
|86||RB32||32||Darrell Henderson||RB||LAR||22.60||Rookie Deal||Rookie Deal||Gurley's release is huge news for Henderson. While he's not a lock to the Rams 2020 starter, he'll be on his rookie deal in 2021 while Malcolm Brown is a free agent. I expect the Rams to draft someone, but even still Henderson should see a lot more opportunity this year, with an optimistic outlook beyond 2020.|
|87||WR42||4||T.Y. Hilton||WR||IND||30.30||TRADE OR CUT saves $14.5MM||FREE AGENT||The Rivers signing is a boost for T.Y. Hilton, who was horrid in his 30 games with Brissett. However, Rivers' looked washed last year and his deal is just for 1 year, so Hilton's downside case remains just as scary as it was before (31 year old Free Agent coming off multiple down years).|
|88||RB33||-1||14||A.J. Dillon||RB||Rookie||21.90||Rookie Deal||Rookie Deal||A.J. Dillon college production and size made him look like the second coming of Derrick Henry... or Andre Williams. After the combine, he's looking more like Henry.|
|89||WR43||-9||15||Tee Higgins||WR||Rookie||21.20||Rookie Deal||Rookie Deal||Last update I wrote: "With strong athleticism his profile looks like a slightly smaller but more productive D.K. Metcalf. With sub-par athleticism he looks more like Laquon Treadwell." Well he just posted a 4.54 40 and a 31 in vert. Which is pretty Treadwell-esque (4.64 & 33) and not at all in DK Metcalf's class (4.33 & 40.5). Higgins is looking like a fade for me, which I'm ok with, since in this class identifying your fades will be harder than identifying your targets.|
|90||WR44||-4||Diontae Johnson||WR||PIT||23.70||Rookie Deal||Rookie Deal||Things are looking better for Roethlisberger's healthy return. I also realized I was too bearish on Johnson. His profiles as a very strong bet for a 2nd year breakout.|
|91||RB34||4||Damien Williams||RB||KC||28.00||TRADE OR CUT saves $2.3MM||FREE AGENT||Williams was a fantasy bust in 2019, but then dominated in the NFL playoffs for the second straight year. And because the Chiefs are just 26th in the league in available cap space and are about to make Patrick Mahomes the highest paid player in football, we won't see them add a premium Free Agent RB. If the Chiefs pass on RBs in the early rounds, how is Williams not a top 60 redraft pick once again? The Chiefs have only met with 2 rookie RBs, so Williams could survive another off-season as the starter.|
|92||RB35||-3||Kareem Hunt||RB||CLE||24.60||Restricted Free Agent||FREE AGENT||Kareem Hunt looks poised for a similar role in 2020 to his 2019 role, and hopefully in a better offense. His 2021 Free Agency will be interesting. It's unclear if another team will be willing to make him their lead back, but he can probably find weaker competition than Nick Chubb.|
|93||WR45||-5||DeVante Parker||WR||MIA||27.20||2020 Roster is guaranteed||2021 salary fully guarantees on the 1st league day of 2021||Parker had his long awaited breakout in 2019. However he'll face a QB change yet again in 2020. Dynasty owners aren't likely to have much faith in Parker if his production falls off, making him a risky asset.|
|94||WR46||-2||Jarvis Landry||WR||CLE||27.30||2020 salary beomes fully guaranteed 3/20/20 Release before 3/20/20 saves $10MM||TRADE OR CUT saves $13.3MM||Hooper's signing isn't a huge deal, but more mouths to feed adds to the risk with Landry, who is already not a lock to play Week 1.|
|95||WR47||2||Curtis Samuel||WR||CAR||23.60||Rookie Deal||FREE AGENT||Samuel got as much training camp hype as anyone in 2019. He was then force fed Air Yards for the entire season. The result was 10.7 PPR points per game... exactly what he produced in 2018. The Bridgewater signing could be ok for Samuel, particularly if it means he'll be used in a more complete role in 2020. However, he remains a very risky hold. He may be on your waiver wire if he doesn't produce in 2020.|
|96||RB36||0||Derrius Guice||RB||WAS||22.70||Rookie Deal||Rookie Deal||Guice is locked into his contract with Washington through 2021 and reports are that he'll be part of a committee in 2020. Washington has been surprisingly quiet on adding another RB, shockingly content to rely on 34 year old Adrian Peterson and 2 major injury question marks behind him. I'm moving up Guice for now. It looks like he may have a last chance in 2020 to fight for a bigger role.|
|97||WR48||1||A.J. Green||WR||FA||31.60||FREE AGENT||UNKNOWN||Green is likely to be franchise tagged. This is a good outcome for his owners. Green turns 32 in July and has played 9 games in 2 years. He's not going to hold out, and should see strong target share in an improved offense.|
|98||QB05||1||Russell Wilson||QB||SEA||31.30||Dead Cap > Cap Hit||Dead Cap > Cap Hit||Wilson could be a truly difference making fantasy QB with different coaching. As is, we have to settle for a solid but unspectacular fantasy QB.|
|99||QB06||1||Dak Prescott||QB||FA||26.60||FREE AGENT||UNKNOWN||Prescott is very likely to be with the Cowboys yet again in 2020 and beyond. He keeps the same OC as 2019.|
|100||WR49||1||Robby Anderson||WR||NYJ||26.90||FREE AGENT||UNKOWN||Anderson could be a huge beneficiary of Free Agency, with potential to join a much more potent offense in 2020. He's well priced considering the upside he could deliver with a strong downfield thrower.|
|101||WR50||4||16||Denzel Mims||WR||Rookie||22.40||Rookie Deal||Rookie Deal||Mims crushed the combine and now looks like a plausible late 1st round pick. And at 6'3" 207 with a 4.38 40, 38.5 inch vertical and a ridiculous 6.66 3 cone, it's easy to see why teams are gravitating towards him. However... there are red flags. Mims declared didn't declare early, had an unimpressive final year MS when adjusted for age (22), and has a lacking career MS as well. Then again, he put up a ridiculous 55% of Baylor's receiving TDs last year, and originally broke out as a Sophomore with a DR of 33%. So it's not that he's a bad prospect, just that he has some significant red flags in a loaded WR class. For the time being, the market may not have caught up to the fact that he's a lock to be gone by the end of Day 2. Scoop him up.|
|102||TE10||7||Tyler Higbee||TE||LAR||27.20||2020 Salary guarantees on 3/20/20||TRADE OR CUT saves $6.5MM||Higbee broke out in 2019, absolutely dominating down the stretch with a ridiculous 21.4 PPR per points game in his last 5. He's also affordably signed in 2021, when Everett will become a Free Agent. If Higbee has another solid season he'll likely be a trendy target a year from now. Evan doesn't have him in his top 150, so I'm out on a limb with my ranking. But Higbee was 3rd in the league to George Kittle and Mark Andrews in Yards per Route Run in 2019 on a big sample of targets (86). He has upside for a true breakout season in 2020.|
|103||TE11||1||Mike Gesicki||TE||MIA||24.50||Rookie Deal||Rookie Deal||Gesicki had a mini breakout in 2019 and could take another leap as in his 3rd year.|
|104||QB07||6||17||Joe Burrow||QB||Rookie||23.30||Rookie Deal||Rookie Deal||Burrow is a potential star, but he'll be pushed down in rookie drafts by the strong WR class.|
|105||RB37||-2||Ronald Jones||RB||TB||22.60||Rookie Deal||Rookie Deal||TB has met with Taylor, Swift and Moss, and 10 RBs in total (tied for 2nd behind ATL and HOU). So they're clearly signaling that they're looking at a new starter and are almost a lock to add competition. I maintain that Jones could be fantasy force if used properly, but his window for realizing that potential is closing.|
|106||TE12||1||Ian Thomas||TE||CAR||24.80||Rookie Deal||Rookie Deal||Thomas has averaged 9.8 points without Greg Olsen in his career. A freak athlete, now stepping into a starting role, he's a discount version of Noah Fant (complete with the uncertain QB play)|
|107||TE13||1||Dallas Goedert||TE||PHI||25.20||Rookie Deal||Rookie Deal||Goedert averaged 12.4 PPR points from Week 7 on, and co-existed remarkably well with Zach Ertz. Goedert is safely tied to good QB play in TE focused offense.|
|108||TE14||-18||Austin Hooper||TE||ATL||25.40||FREE AGENT||UNKNOWN||I do not like Hooper's landing spot in Cleveland. They're already weapon rich, and have another talented TE on the roster. Hooper will surely work ahead of Njoku, but but top fantasy TEs generally need a stranglehold on the TE market share.|
|109||QB08||2||Josh Allen||QB||BUF||23.80||Rookie Deal||Rookie Deal||Allen is developing into a strong fantasy QB option. The fact that he's still on his rookie deal should allow the team to more easily surround him with playmakers.|
|110||WR51||2||Preston Williams||WR||MIA||23.00||Rookie Deal||Rookie Deal||Preston Williams put up 1345 yards and 14 TDs as a 21 year old, accounting for 37% of Colorado State's passing offense. However, his history of failed drug tests and a domestic violence arrest along with a poor combine saw him go undrafted. His suspect work ethic (potential culprit for his combine showing) now adds additional risk as he rehabs a torn ACL. And his QB situation is unknown to boot. However, Williams flashed promising ability in 2019 before tearing his ACL, averaging 11.6 PPR per game. He's the type of player that can generate a quick profit in dynasty. A return to his 2019 form would quickly vault his value into the 6th round startup pick range. And he can probably be had for a 2nd round rookie pick at the moment.|
|111||WR52||11||Darius Slayton||WR||NYG||23.20||Rookie Deal||Rookie Deal||Tate and Shepard's salaries are both guaranteed for 2020. In the February ranks I speculated that this could have the Giants feeling set at WR this off-season. However, they've met with 10 rookie WRs, third to BUF and NE. A rookie addition to an already crowded WR room could limit Slayton's targets and development.|
|112||WR53||9||Parris Campbell||WR||IND||22.70||Rookie Deal||Rookie Deal||Campbell didn't show much in an injury marred 2019 season, but he has a great chance to rebound with Rivers in 2020. My main concern is that the team drafts a WR highly.|
|113||RB38||0||18||Zack Moss||RB||Rookie||22.30||Rookie Deal||Rookie Deal||Moss met with nearly half the league at the combine, 13 NFL teams. And he was reportedly pushing through a hamstring injury, which may have factored into his poor results in the 40. Because he's a favorite of many scouts, I suspect he could still be drafted fairly highly if he can turn in good pro day numbers.|
|114||QB09||5||Carson Wentz||QB||PHI||27.20||Dead Cap > Cap Hit||Dead Cap > Cap Hit||Wentz should be more effective if his WRs can stay healthy this season.|
|115||WR54||-9||Brandin Cooks||WR||LAR||26.50||Dead Cap > Cap Hit||TRADE OR CUT saves $12MM||After last year's disaster, and with his ongoing concussion issues, Cooks suddenly looks like a 2021 cut candidate. Certainly the Rams seem likely to prefer keeping 2021 UFA Cooper Kupp. And the $12MM they'd save from cutting Cooks could help in that aim. Silva doesn't expect a 2020 bounceback, ranking him WR40. This outcome would torch his remaining value.|
|116||RB39||0||Tarik Cohen||RB||CHI||24.70||Rookie Deal||FREE AGENT||Cohen was far less effective in 2019 and now enters the last year of his rookie contract. That said, he's one year removed from a top 12 RB finish and is likely to find a new home fairly easily if he departs Chicago.|
|117||WR55||3||Mike Williams||WR||LAC||25.50||Rookie Deal||5th year option||Williams is entering his 4th NFL season having failed to break out and will be playing with a new QB. Hunter Henry is likely to return as well so those targets won't be freed up for him. Williams still retains a fair amount of name brand value. I recommend cashing out on that.|
|118||RB40||-3||Sony Michel||RB||NE||25.10||Rookie Deal||Rookie Deal||Michel is one of the only stable aspects of the Patriots depth chart at the moment. He's not particularly good, but he should have a role for the remainder of his rookie deal.|
|119||RB41||4||Bryce Love||RB||WAS||22.70||Rookie Deal||Rookie Deal||The word out of Washington is to expect a committee in 2020. Love is the best fit in the pass catching role, and could be a fast riser if he's finally healthy.|
|120||WR56||-26||John Brown||WR||BUF||30.00||TRADE OR CUT saves $6.5MM||TRADE OR CUT saves $8.2MM||Brown just lost a big chunk of market share and remains a painless cut in 2021 (his age 31 season). He suddenly looks like just a rental for contenders.|
|121||RB42||63||Chase Edmonds||RB||ARI||23.90||Rookie Deal||Rookie Deal||Edmonds will operate as a premium handcuff in 2020, and has upside for 2021 depending on how Drake's 2020 goes.|
|122||RB43||2||Justice Hill||RB||BAL||22.30||Rookie Deal||Rookie Deal||Hill was a big disappointment in 2019 and his 2020 prospects don't look much better. However, he's likely to remain involved to some degree. His biggest upside comes in 2021 when Gus Edwards is a free agent and Mark Ingram is a plausible cut candidate. If Hill has a mini-breakout this season it could pay off in a big way with a valuable role projected for a 2021.|
|123||WR57||19||Hunter Renfrow||WR||LV||24.20||Rookie Deal||Rookie Deal||The more I look into Renfrow's rookie season, the more impressed I am. Among rookie WRs with 50+ targets, he trailed only A.J. Brown in Yards per Route Run. And here's the full list of rookie WRs from 2016-2019 to average over 2 YPRR on 50+ targets A.J. Brown, Hunter Renfrow, Terry McLaurin, Deebo Samuel, Juju Smith-Schuster, Cooper Kupp, Chris Godwin, Tyreek Hill, Michael Thomas.|
|124||QB10||1||Matt Ryan||QB||ATL||34.80||Dead Cap > Cap Hit||Dead Cap > Cap Hit||Ryan will be in his age 35 season in 2020, but he's shown both a high floor and ceiling.|
|125||WR58||26||19||Isaiah Hodgins||WR||Rookie||21.40||Rookie Deal||Rookie Deal||Of the 12 WRs who declared early for the draft and will begin their rookie seasons at 21, Hodgins 28.6% career market share ranks only behind Laviska Shenault and KJ Hamler (who just edge him out with 28.7%). WRs with this profile have been extremely productive, even when drafted late. As long as Hodgins is drafted he'll remain in this range, and he'll move up considerably with a strong draft selection.|
|126||RB44||5||20||Antonio Gibson||RB||Rookie||21.70||Rookie Deal||Rookie Deal||Gibson is played WR in college but is converting to RB. He ran a 4.39 40 at 228 and should be on teams radar in the 3rd round. We have a limited sample on his rushing prowess, but what we can observe is tantalizing. On his 33 carries he averaged 11.2 ypc and scored 4 TDs. He also averaged a 27 yards per kick return, which is rare and further illustrates how dynamic he is with the ball in hands.|
|127||RB45||3||21||Eno Benjamin||RB||Rookie||20.90||Rookie Deal||Rookie Deal||Benjamin seems likely to start out in a pass catching role, but he came in bigger than expected at the combine: 5'9" 207 . It's reasonable to think he could eventually develop into 1A who handles the pass catching duties. Where he gets drafted is crucial.|
|128||TE15||22||Jonnu Smith||TE||TEN||24.60||Rookie Deal||FREE AGENT||Jonnu is now the starter in and his QB and RB are back for 2020.|
|129||WR59||39||22||Donovan Peoples-Jones||WR||Rookie||21.10||Rookie Deal||Rookie Deal||Peoples-Jones is rising fast on my board after looking into him further. While his college production is weaker than we'd like, he didn't turn 21 until a month ago and physically profiles like a star. If he's drafted in the 2nd-early 3rd, I'll boost him further in my ranks.|
|130||RB46||-48||Phillip Lindsay||RB||DEN||25.70||Rookie Deal||Restricted Free Agent||Lindsay's workload just took a huge hit with the additon of Melvin Gordon. He should still have value, and may ultimately outlast Gordon in Denver, but he's a lot less exciting than he was yesterday.|
|131||RB47||1||Alexander Mattison||RB||MIN||21.80||Rookie Deal||Rookie Deal||Mattison has serious upside until/unless Cook is extended. If Cook were to leave in Free Agency, Mattison would instantly become top 60 dynasty player. Assuming a Cook extension, Mattison is simply a premium handcuff.|
|132||TE16||4||23||Cole Kmet||TE||Rookie||21.00||Rookie Deal||Rookie Deal||Kmet is really the only TE of note in this class because he's the only one who was productive, tested well at the combine and is likely to be drafted highly. He played last year at 20 years old and was a productive receiver last year, so he shouldn't be forgotten.|
|133||RB48||47||Nyheim Hines||RB||IND||23.40||Rookie Deal||Rookie Deal||Rivers is a perfect fit for Hines, with the offense now likely to see a huge increase in short passes.|
|134||WR60||-18||Julian Edelman||WR||NE||33.80||Dead Cap > Cap Hit||TRADE OR CUT saves $4MM||Edelman will be 34 for the 2020 season, and working with a new QB.|
|135||RB49||-22||James White||RB||NE||28.10||TRADE OR CUT saves $3.6MM||FREE AGENT||White will probably be back in 2020, but his fantasy relevant career likely ends when he hits the open market in 2021. Brady's departure also hurts his odds of fantasy relevance in 2020.|
|136||RB50||-7||Devonta Freeman||RB||ATL||28.00||TRADE OR CUT saves $3.5MM||TRADE OR CUT saves $6.3MM||Freeman is looking for a new job, likely as a third down back.|
|137||WR61||-4||Jamison Crowder||WR||WAS||26.80||Dead Cap > Cap Hit||TRADE OR CUT saves $10.5MM||Crowder is the only Jets starting WR currently in place for 2020. His contract is a bit expensive in 2021, but he'll probably be kept around given the teams current depth chart. More importantly, Crowder was very productive with Darnold in 2019, averaging 14 PPR points in those games compared to just 5.2 without Darnold. He's a cheap and effective way to add WR depth.|
|138||WR62||-11||24||Tyler Johnson||WR||Rookie||21.60||Rookie Deal||Rookie Deal||The work of Blair Andrews at RotoViz and Nathan Forster at Football Outsiders have more than convinced me of the importance putting a red flag on WRs who play their Senior season. That said despite playing 4 years, he doesn't turn 22 until August. Moreover, while Johnson had a very strong senior year, his best 2 seasons were actually his sophomore and junior seasons, which is how he finished his college career with a spectacular 38% career market share. My biggest concern with Johnson is that he didn't work out at the combine despite being fully healthy, which seems to have hurt his draft stock. I'd like him a lot better if he had a chance to go in the 2nd round. But that seems unlikely now.|
|139||WR63||13||25||Chase Claypool||WR||Rookie||21.90||Rookie Deal||Rookie Deal||Claypool is 6'4" 238 and runs a 4.42 40 with a 40.5 inch vert. He didn't produce like a future NFL player until his senior season, which is a huge red flag. And it's therefore unclear if he can play WR at the NFL level. But if he can... I'm also allowing myself to dream Davis Mattek's dream that Claypool will officially be designated as Move TE, which would be a huge boost to his fantasy value.|
|140||WR64||-6||26||Gabriel Davis||WR||Rookie||21.00||Rookie Deal||Rookie Deal||Davis has been called a system WR, but he accounted for 32% of that system at just 20 years old. On the other hand, his career numbers are a red flag and he didn't have a strong enough combine to generate strong Day 2 buzz. He looks a lot like Tee Higgins on paper with far less cost. Like... a lot less. According to MFL and DLF ADP, he's often going undrafted, making him an insane value.|
|141||WR65||-6||27||Antonio Gandy-Golden||WR||Rookie||21.90||Rookie Deal||Rookie Deal||Gandy-Golden has plus size at 6'4" 223 and NFL athleticism to go with it. His production profile looks like a classic "Jeff Janis." Meaning - the a small school 4 year player that guys like me always fall for but who never pays off... Except... his school moved up to Division I FBS for his last 2 seasons, and AGG remained wildly productive, posting 36% market share of yards in 2018 and 37% in 2019, on back to back 1000+ yard 10 TD seasons. His 4.6 40 and 223 size scream possession receiver, but his career YPR of 17.7 gives me hope he could be deployed deeper downfield as well.|
|142||WR66||-5||JJ Arcega-Whiteside||WR||PHI||23.20||Rookie Deal||Rookie Deal||JJAW bombed his rookie season, but may get another shot for a breakout in 2020. Keep in mind the second year breakout we just saw from DJ Chark... who had less points than JJAW as a rookie. JJAW also a strong prospect and it would be foolish to write him off.|
|143||WR67||-4||Sterling Shepard||WR||NYG||26.30||2020 salary fully guarantees on 3/20/2020||$4MM of 2021 salary fully guarantees on 3rd league day of 2021||Shepard is tied to a decently promising young QB under a new offensive minded head coach. The Giants look likely to add rookie WRs however. And I don't think his concussion history and associated risk is properly priced into his consensus value.|
|144||WR68||-4||Anthony Miller||WR||CHI||25.40||Rookie Deal||Rookie Deal||Miller is coming off of another shoulder surgery and is in a Mitch Trubisky offense. Entering just his third year however, we could still see a breakout from the 2018 2nd round pick, particularly if there's a mid-season switch at QB.|
|145||QB11||10||Kirk Cousins||QB||MIN||31.60||New contract||Dead Cap > Cap Hit||Cousins has been extended through 2022.|
|146||WR69||-5||Marvin Jones||WR||DET||30.00||TRADE OR CUT saves $6.5MM||FREE AGENT||Jones will probably return to Detroit 2020, but will likely be looking for a new home in 2021 as a 31 year old. But Jones has finished as a top 30 WR in 2 of the last 3 years so, but Silva's ranking of WR47 has me bumping Jones down. He has far too little long term value for that expected payoff in 2020.|
|147||RB51||-19||Duke Johnson||RB||HOU||26.50||TRADE OR CUT saves $4.1MM||TRADE OR CUT saves $5.2MM||In the Duke Johnson version of Shawshank Redemption, AnDuke Dukefresne is stopped before reaching Mexico and imprisoned for Carlos Hyde's crimes. *CORRECTION: David Johnson's crimes. Moral of the story: DO NOT call Bill O'Brien obtuse.|
|148||RB52||-3||Darwin Thompson||RB||KC||23.10||Rookie Deal||Rookie Deal||Thompson didn't live up to his training camp hype, but he was the number two RB in the Super Bowl and will be a trendy dynasty player once again if the Chiefs don't make any major RB additions in the off-season.|
|149||WR70||-6||Miles Boykin||WR||BAL||23.40||Rookie Deal||Rookie Deal||Boykin was a 2019 3rd round pick who managed to earn 2 targets a game. Normally that's not enough to interest me. But when you play with Lamar Jackson and run a 4.42 40 with 43.5 inch vertical at 6'4" 220 lbs, it is.|
|150||WR71||-6||John Ross||WR||CIN||24.30||Rookie Deal||5th year option||Green's likely return hurts Ross' value.|
|151||QB12||-3||28||Tua Tagovailoa||QB||Rookie||22.10||Rookie Deal||Rookie Deal||Tua's health creates some risk but he remains a high upside QB prospect.|
|152||QB13||-3||Aaron Rodgers||QB||GB||36.30||Dead Cap > Cap Hit||$6.8MM roster bonus due 3rd day of 2021 league year||2019 was close to a worst case scenario for Rodgers' passing weapons and he still put a solid season. Age is a concern but Rodgers' contract will keep him in place through at least 2021.|
|153||WR72||6||James Washington||WR||PIT||24.00||Rookie Deal||Rookie Deal||Washington averaged 15.1 PPR points without Juju in the lineup last year but managed just 6.8 with Juju playing. Juju of course, will be back in 2020. But it's still nice to see Washington perform well with more targets. And if Roethlisberger returns there should be more targets for everyone.|
|154||WR73||-1||Sammy Watkins||WR||KC||26.80||TRADE OR CUT saves $14MM||FREE AGENT||Watkins may yet find a way to stay in KC, despite his huge cap figure in 2020. Even if he doesn't, at just 26 he's likely to find a fantasy viable role somewhere else.|
|155||RB53||-8||Tony Pollard||RB||DAL||22.90||Rookie Deal||Rookie Deal||Pollard could be an explosive fantasy contributor with an Elliott injury. Zeke's exorbitant contract will keep Pollard from taking over the job any time soon. But Pollard's cheap rookie contract will likewise keep him locked into handcuff value for the next few years.|
|156||RB54||Malcolm Brown||RB||LAR||120.20||TRADE OR CUT saves $1.1MM||FREE AGENT||Malcolm Brown is on the last year of his deal, but may be slated for a big role in 2020. A rookie addition could kill his value, but he's worth taking a swing at right now.|
|157||QB14||-3||Daniel Jones||QB||NYG||22.80||Rookie Deal||Rookie Deal||Jones was more aggressive down the field than we expected, and he runs around a little bit. All in all he's a surprisingly effective fantasy QB, finishing 12th in FFPC points per game. He's locked in as the Giants starter for at least the next 2 seasons, and he provides upside as a developing QB.|
|158||QB15||-2||Baker Mayfield||QB||CLE||24.90||Rookie Deal||Rookie Deal||Mayfield was dropped in-season in some of the shallower dynasty leagues I play in. He was picked up with aggressive FAAB bids, but still... It's fair to expect Mayfield to bounce back in 2020, but 2019 was so bad that Baker could be labeled a bust as quickly as next off-season.|
|159||TE17||-2||Jared Cook||TE||NO||33.00||TRADE OR CUT saves $5MM||FREE AGENT||TE is pretty barren. Cook will play 2020 at 33 years old, but he'll be with the Saints again, so he's not a bad rental.|
|160||WR74||-2||Corey Davis||WR||TEN||25.20||Rookie Deal||5th Year Option||If the Titans don't pick up Davis' 5th year option in May, it'll be a tough look for our guy. He was significantly outshone by A.J. Brown last season, and even Tajae Sharpe looked more effective at times.|
|161||TE18||38||Jack Doyle||TE||IND||29.90||Dead Cap > Cap Hit||TRADE OR CUT saves $5.1MM||Ebron's departure makes him the Colts clear cut starter, and Rivers makes this offense interesting again.|
|162||TE19||0||O.J. Howard||TE||TB||25.30||Rookie Deal||5th Year Option||Howard's outlook still looks pessimistic to me despite Brady's arrival. He'll still be splitting TE work, and the team will need more help pass protecting than ever.|
|163||RB55||1||Latavius Murray||RB||NO||30.20||TRADE OR CUT saves $1.7MM||TRADE OR CUT saves 3.4MM||Murray has some upside to be the Saints lead back in 2021 if the team lets Kamara walk in 2021. This probably won't happen, but it gives Murray a little more upside than the typical backup. And he has elite handcuff value at the very least.|
|164||RB56||3||Jamaal Williams||RB||GB||25.00||Rookie Deal||FREE AGENT||Jamaal Williams only really has value as a handcuff to Aaron Jones. And with Williams on the last year of his rookie contract, that value has an expiration date. That said, there's some buzz that he'll continue to have a meaningful role in 2020.|
|165||RB57||-4||Damien Harris||RB||NE||23.10||Rookie Deal||Rookie Deal||The Patriots don't seem particularly likely to draft a RB. Harris bombed his rookie season, but could rebound as a Sophomore.|
|166||WR75||-6||Dede Westbrook||WR||JAC||26.30||Rookie Deal||FREE AGENT||Westbrook could be a big beneficiary of the Jay Gruden hiring, with his slot WR skill set. However, without a much stronger than projected season, he's at risk of washing out of fantasy relevance as a 2021 free agent with a weak resume.|
|167||RB58||Jordan Howard||RB||FA||25.40||New contract||TRADE OR CUT saves $5.MM *Based on initial reports of contract||Howard will probably have a meaningful role in 2020, and is therefore not bad RB depth for contenders.|
|168||WR76||-3||29||Lynn Bowden Jr.||WR||Rookie||22.40||Rookie Deal||Rookie Deal||Bowden is an incredibly interesting evaluation because he was switched to QB 5 games into his final season (due to multiple QB injuries). He racked up 1468 yards and 14 TDs on the ground in that role, but was robbed of the chance to build on his impressive sophomore season in which he accounted for 36% of receiving yards and 38% of TDs. We don't have athletic measurables on him yet but he draws Randall Cobb comparisons as a dynamic weapon.|
|169||TE20||Blake Jarwin||TE||DAL||25.70||Dead Cap > Cap Hit||TRADE OR CUT saves $2.25MM||Jarwin has offensive continuity and projects for a big target increase with Jason Witten now on the Raiders.|
|170||WR77||Allen Lazard||WR||GB||24.30||Rookie Deal||Exclusive Rights FA (team option extension of his rookie deal)||Currently Lazard is GB's #2 WR. While it's unclear if that remains the case by Week 1, he was actually pretty decent last year and could surprise if he gets the opportunity.|
|171||RB59||-2||Ryquell Armstead||RB||JAC||23.40||Rookie Deal||Rookie Deal||Armstead will (or at least should) become a trendy dynasty buy if the Jaguars fail to pick up Fournette's 5th year option in May. And even if the 5th year option is picked up, Armstead could work himself into a meaningful role in 2020 behind the inconsistent Fournette. At the very least Armstead will be a premium handcuff in 2020 (unless the Jaguars add a RB early in the draft).|
|172||RB60||-2||30||Ke'Shawn Vaughn||RB||Rookie||22.90||Rookie Deal||Rookie Deal||Vaughn looks like a committee back, but one that should have a pass catching role.|
|173||RB61||Boston Scott||RB||PHI||24.90||TRADE OR CUT saves $0.75MM||RFA||Scott can be kept in house cheaply for the next two years and was 2nd to only Austin Ekeler in yards per route run last season. Howard's departure opens up opportunity in 2020 (Sanders will fill the Howard role more directly, but I don't expect Sanders to be used as a workhorse). And while he'd be hurt by a rookie addition, so far I'm optimistic that he'll have a role in 2020.|
|174||RB62||-3||Benny Snell||RB||PIT||22.10||Rookie Deal||Rookie Deal||Snell is the presumptive Conner successor on the Steelers roster. This assumes Conner actually leaves, and that no other RBs are added, and both are big assumptions. But he has a clear path to opportunity and could have a strong 2nd year in an offense that should be much improved overall.|
|175||TE21||Hayden Hurst||TE||ATL||26.60||Rookie Deal||Rookie Deal||Hurst was actually decent last season, he's just not nearly as good as Mark Andrews. He could be a pleasant surprise in Atlanta with much weaker TE competition.|
|176||WR78||Kenny Stills||WR||HOU||27.90||TRADE OR CUT saves $7MM||FREE AGENT||Stills has potential to see a big target increase in 2020, but he's 28 and will be a free agent in 2021. He could be waiver wire fodder if the Texans draft a rookie WR and Stills under-performs again.|
|177||TE22||-14||Eric Ebron||TE||DET||26.90||New contract||Under contract *Details of the 2 year deal still unknown.||I'm not sure if Ebron will truly run ahead of Vance McDonald, but there's upside here if he does.|
|178||WR79||-40||Andy Isabella||WR||ARI||23.30||Rookie Deal||Rookie Deal||Isabella may have missed his chance to make an impact. It's not clear that he'll be the WR4 behind Hopkins, Kirk and Fitz. Instead he seems likely to have a specialty role as a deep threat. As this offense continues to add weapons, he looks poised to quickly become irrelevant.|
|179||WR80||-6||Golden Tate||WR||NYG||31.60||2020 salary full guarenteed||TRADE OR CUT saves $5MM||If you're a contender who needs WR depth, Tate isn't a bad target. He's a likely cut candidate next year, but could be useful in 2020.|
|180||WR81||-6||Emmanuel Sanders||WR||FA||33.00||FREE AGENT||UNKNOWN||Sanders was actually worse after being traded to SF (11.2 with DEN and 10.4 with SF). He holds very little value even for contending teams.|
|181||QB16||-6||Matthew Stafford||QB||DET||32.10||Dead Cap > Cap Hit||TRADE OR CUT saves $20MM||Stafford had a bounceback 2019, and will return the same cast in 2020. There's some risk here though since Stafford offers $20MM in 2021, and it's at least possible a new regime could be looking to start fresh. Stafford would quickly land on his feet however (think how exciting a pairing with Arian in TB would be for example).|
|182||QB17||-5||Jared Goff||QB||LAR||25.40||Dead Cap > Cap Hit||2021 salary fully guarentees 3/20/20||2019 was rough for Goff, but he's locked in as McVay's starter and is a decent bet for a 2020 bounceback.|
|183||WR82||-17||Breshad Perriman||WR||FA||26.50||FREE AGENT||UNKNOWN||Reports are that Perriman is now likely to return to TB, but they'll be throwing deep far less in 2020.|
|184||QB18||-6||Cam Newton||QB||CAR||30.90||TRADE OR CUT saves $19.1MM||FREE AGENT||It's unclear where Cam will be in 2020, but I'm betting he finds a starting role.|
|185||TE23||-4||Chris Herndon||TE||NYJ||24.10||Rookie Deal||Rookie Deal||2018 was a lost season for Herndon. Evan expects a rebound, ranking him TE19. That finish would make him a liquid trade asset once again.|
|186||RB63||Jerick McKinnon||RB||SF||26.90||New contract||FREE AGENT||McKinnon is the likeliest 1B to Mostert's 1A. I expct the 1C to be Brieda, and Coleman to be cut.|
|187||RB64||2||31||Joshua Kelley||RB||Rookie||22.30||Rookie Deal||Rookie Deal||4.49 40 at 212 lbs. 6.95 3 cone.|
|188||WR83||0||Alshon Jeffery||WR||PHI||30.10||Dead Cap > Cap Hit||TRADE OR CUT saves $13.MM||Jeffery's contract locks him as an Eagle for 2020, but he's coming off Lisfranc surgery and entering his age 30 season, so he's a risky bet for production. And without a strong 2020, he's a likely cut in 2021.|
|189||RB65||1||32||Darrynton Evans||RB||Rookie||0.00||Rookie Deal||Rookie Deal||4.41 40 at 203 lbs. Don't have his age yet.|
|190||RB66||1||33||Anthony McFarland||RB||Rookie||22.00||Rookie Deal||Rookie Deal||4.44 speed and decent size: 5'8" 208.|
|191||RB67||-11||Ito Smith||RB||ATL||24.50||Rookie Deal||Rookie Deal||Smith will be Gurley's backup in a best case scenario, but the Falcons remain likely to add at RB in the draft.|
|192||RB68||-6||Rashaad Penny||RB||SEA||24.10||Rookie Deal||Rookie Deal||Penny's ACL tear is reportedly more serious than normal. Combined with how late in the season it was, 2020 looms as a lost year. This is what a bust looks like. Penny could rebound and have a nice career, but he'll almost certainly be cheaper in-season.|
|193||RB69||-1||34||Lamical Perine||RB||Rookie||22.10||Rookie Deal||Rookie Deal||4.62 40 at 216. Solid receiver.|
|194||RB70||-1||Justin Jackson||RB||LAC||23.90||Rookie Deal||Restricted FA||Ekeler's signing eliminates any hope (slim though it was) that Jackson could eventually take over the Chargers backfield. His value plummets if the Chargers draft a RB, even a late round one.|
|195||RB71||0||Gus Edwards||RB||BAL||24.90||ERFA (basically a 1 year rookie contract extension)||FREE AGENT||If Ingram goes down this year then Edwards would likely get the first shot to at touches. Edwards is a Free Agent following this season however, so his value as a handcuff is short lived, and the team already saw him in the starting role in 2018, and didn't stick with him.|
|196||RB72||0||Jaylen Samuels||RB||PIT||23.60||Rookie Deal||Rookie Deal||Samuels did very little in his non-Conner games in 2019--averaging 8.3 PPR points without Conner compared to 8.2 with him. Nevertheless, if Conner leaves, Samuels will still be a tradable commodity in the window between 2021 free agency the NFL draft.|
|197||RB73||2||Jalen Richard||RB||LV||26.40||New contract||TRADE OR CUT saves $3.5MM||DeAndre Washington is a free agent, and Richard just signed a new deal. He's purely a hancuff, but could have standalone value if Jacobs fails to develop as a receiver.|
|198||WR84||-1||35||Quez Watkins||WR||Rookie||22.80||Rookie Deal||Rookie Deal||Watkins ran a 4.35 at the combine, putting himself in 4th round discussion. The Junior was a major factor for his entire Southern Mississippi career, and closed out with 1178 receiving yards on just 64 receptions, for a ridiculous 18.4 YPR. In a loaded class he still qualifies as a bonafide sleeper.|
|199||WR85||-1||36||Michael Pittman Jr.||WR||Rookie||22.50||Rookie Deal||Rookie Deal||Pittman could see his name called on day 2, which keeps me interested. However, in his 1st 3 years at USC he topped out at 743 yards and 29% market share of yards. As a senior he finally topped 1000 yards but he still failed to top his Junior market share. He profiles as a rotational NFL possession receiver on paper, but the scouts may feel differently.|
|200||TE24||Josh Oliver||TE||JAC||23.00||Rookie Deal||Rookie Deal||Geoff Swaim was released, making Oliver a likely starter in 2020. He was an under the radar rookie TE last season with pass catching ability, who may have a significant role in 2020.|
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