Bottom of the Barrel WK11

Bottom of the Barrel WK11
11/16/20
Chris Robin https://twitter.com/DetroitBeastie

Each week the season get more odd. Each week there’s a different set of circumstances. To make it more strange it looks as if we’ve skipped right to Christmas. Right past Thanksgiving and right to Santa Clause!

I’ve often wondered what it would be like drafting a fantasy team with good ole Saint Nick himself. I’d imagine Rudolph would want in on the action too. If we need to fill roster spots guess the other reindeer could play.

My first though would be draft day snacks. Any of us who’ve been involved in live drafts knows the food is as important as the player research itself. Cookies, milk and carrots for Rudolph are easy enough.

As we look ahead to week 11 one thing is clear. I may have lost my mind. Which would make my Bottom of the Barrel selections interesting. We need to slow down and look forward to Thanksgiving. It’s going to be different this year but we’ve adapted this year so far.

Let’s be thankful for our families, friends and football.

QUARTERBACK

Not new anymore but here’s the most expensive player at QB in week 11. Should help put B&B prices into perspective!

Aaron Rodgers GB @ IND (1)(FD-$9,000)(DK-$7,000)

Green Bay Packers QB Aaron Rodgers

Here are some cheaper options I’m considering at QB in week 11!

Teddy Bridgewater CAR vs. DET (22nd)(FD-$7,200)(DK-$6,400)

Carolina Panthers QB Teddy Bridgewater

Keep an eye out for Teddy’s status due to a knee injury. The Detroit Lions are allowing 28.33 points a game. Which is 29th overall. Plenty of points and yardage to be had here.

Kirk Cousins MIN vs. DAL (17th)(FD-$7,100)(DK-$6,200)

Minnesota Vikings QB Kirk Cousins

Here he is again. Kirk and the Vikes take on the hapless Dallas Cowboys on Sunday. A Dallas defense that has given up the second most passes TD’s this season. The offense runs through Dalvin Cook but the fantasy points will be there for Cousins.

Jameis Winston NO vs. ATL (32nd)(FD-$7,200)(DK-$5,900)

New Orleans Saints new starting QB Jameis Winston

Winston is now the king of the Saints castle. Although the Falcons have been trending upwards on defense, the Saints are just too powerful. Winston did have corrective eye surgery over the summer so expect a nice return on investment! Thought you should know.

Tua Tagovailoa MIA @ DEN (20th)(FD-$6,700)(DK-$5,800)

Miami Dolphins rookie QB Tua Tagovailoa

Tua and the Miami Dolphins are 6-3! The rookie QB has been playing solid and mistake free football. His TD:INT ratio is now at 5:0. Yet his price on both sites has yet to be adjusted! As the excitement around him builds, Tua should be part of your lineup builds!

Alex Smith WSH vs. CIN (27th)(FD-$6,600)(DK-$5,300)

Washington Football Team QB Alex Smith

Alex will no doubt be the 2020 Comeback Player of the year. What a story! In regards to week 11, Alex has a fantastic match-up to exploit through the air. In just two weeks Smith has racked up 715 passing yards! WSH vs. CIN isn’t high on many fans to-do list but it’s going to be a fun and competitive game. Full speed ahead for him this week!

Garrett Gilbert DAL @ MIN (29th)(FD-$6,500)(DK-$5,200)

Dallas Cowboys QB Garrett Gilbert

Gilbert wasn’t awful in week 10! Glowing report I know but there should be a case for him making another start in week 11. It’s still a fluid situation given the fact Andy Dalton may be healthy and ready to play. I’d be comfortable starting Andy here too. Seeing how he’s (FD-$6,900)(DK-$5,300) against a Vikings team ranked 28th against the pass. Over/under for this one is currently at 48 points. Plenty of points to go around in this one. I’m hopeful it starts at the DAL QB position.

BONUS QB

P.J. Walker CAR vs. DET (22nd)(FD-$6,500)(DK-$4,800)

Carolina Panthers back-up QB PJ Walker

Would be nice cheap play in the event Teddy B can’t go in week 11 at home against the Lions! I like the idea of ANY QB playing against the Lions DST.

RUNNING BACK

Not new anymore but here’s the most expensive player at RB in week 11. Should help put B&B prices into perspective!

Dalvin Cook MIN vs. DAL (16th)(FD-$10,500)(DK-$9,000)

Minnesota Vikings RB Dalvin Cook

Here are some cheaper options I’m considering at RB in week 11!

Rex Burkhead NE @ HOU (31st)(FD-$5,900)(DK-$4,600)

New England Patriots RB Rex Burkhead

We’ve entered the Rex Burkhead portion of the season. Week-to-week the New England backfield is a headache. We have to take advantage when we can! That time is now! Rex isn’t getting the volume I’d like but for DFS purposes the price is good!

Kalen Ballage LAC vs. NYJ (26th)(FD-$5,800)(DK-$5,600)

Los Angeles Chargers RB Kalen Ballage

Welcome to the Kalen Ballage portion of the season. Wait, think I used that line already. Kalen has now been the Chargers lead RB in back-to-back weeks. I firmly believe that will continue until Austin Ekeler returns. Let’s use Ballage while we can! What better time then week 11 in a revenge game vs. the Jets!

Damien Harris NE @ HOU (31st)(FD-$5,800)(DK-$5,700)

New England Patriots RB Damien Harris

D-Harris set a career high in carries last Sunday (22). I see no reason why the Pats get away from giving him all the work he can handle. In week 11 it doesn’t get any better! The Texans DST has been gashed all year on the ground.

Jonathan Taylor IND vs. GB (30th)(FD-$5,700)(DK-$5,800)

Indianapolis Colts rookie RB Jonathan Taylor

Here we go again! It’s going to happen this week! Right? I’ll take my chances at the price and the match-up. Fingers crossed!

J.D. McKissic WSH vs. CIN (14th)(FD-$5,600)(DK-$5,200)

Washington Football Team RB JD McKissic

15 targets! How insane is that? Looking ahead to week 11 it may only get better! Alex Smith loves to check down and JD has benefited big time. His price has only gone up $300 on both sites.

La’Mical Perine NYJ @ LAC (22nd)(FD-$5,400)(DK-$4,400)

New York Jets rookie RB La’Mical Perine

Not much to say here. The Jets are going nowhere fast. So why would we roster a NYJ RB? Well it’s looking like Perine is about to get a ton of work. As much as he can handle. Looks like a nice audition for a lowly price.

Jamaal Williams GB @ IND (3rd)(FD-$5,300)(DK-$5,700)

Green Bay Packers RB Jamal Williams

J-Will received half the work he normally gets in week 10 but I’m chalking it up to his short stay on the COVID IR. Aaron Jones is the clear RB1 in this offense but as you’ve seen Jamaal get’s his targets and touches too.

Jordan Wilkins IND vs. GB (30th)(FD-$5,300)(DK-$4,000)

Indianapolis Colts RB Jordan Wilkins

I will 100% open and honest with you here. Week to week in this backfield we never know what we’re going to get. This week I have a feeling about Jordan. It’s like the shell game with these IND RB’s. The match-up is sweet and the price is fantastic.

WIDE RECEIVER

Davante Adams GB @ IND (7th)(FD-$9,500)(DK-$8,600)

Green Bay Packers WR Davante Adams

Here are some cheaper options I’m considering at WR for week 11!

CeeDee Lamb DAL @ MIN (31st)(FD-$5,800)(DK-$5,000)

Dallas Cowboys rookie WR CeeDee Lamb

Hey CeeDee! It’s bittersweet to see you back with us at B&B. It’s been the awful QB play in DAL. We know CeeDee. We’re here for you. You’re always welcome at B&B. Glad you’re back and I think we all know what comes next!

Jerry Jeudy DEN vs. MIA (20th)(FD-$5,700)(DK-$5,300)

Denver Broncos rookie WR Jerry Jeudy

Jerry has clearly become the WR1 in Denver. Unfortunately Drew Lock hasn’t played well. Jeudy has the 7th worse catch percentage because of it. Looking at a home match-up vs. the surging Miami Dolphins volume alone has JJ on my DFS radar.

Curtis Samuel CAR vs. DET (15th)(FD-$5,600)(DK-$4,700)

Carolina Panther WR Curtis Samuel

I love the idea of Samuel in week 11 at home against this Lions DST. The way Carolina uses him just excites me in this match-up. Plenty of targets and touches coming his way Sunday. He will locked and loaded in all my lines!

Michael Pittman Jr. IND vs. GB (8th)(FD-$5,500)(DK-$4,500)

Indianapolis Colts rookie WR Michael Pittman Jr.

Mike Pittman Jr. is now the unquestioned WR1 in Indianapolis now. I absolutely don’t see a case where he’s not. Fully healthy, this kid is now able to showcase his superior receiving talents. The volume Pittman Jr. is set to see just astounds me. I’m all aboard at this price.

KJ Hamler DEN vs. MIA (20th)(FD-$5,200)(DK-$3,600)

Denver Broncos rookie WR KJ Hamler

If Jerry is 1A in Denver then KJ is making a case for 1B. After a 10 target day in week 10 KJ’s prospects for week 11 are extremely bright!

Willie Snead IV BAL vs. TEN (28th)(FD-$5,200)(DK-$4,500)

Baltimore Ravens WR Willie Snead IV

After all the complaining in Baltimore Hollywood Brown has done nothing! While Willie has stepped up to a certain extent. Truth be told, Snead does this from time to time. Moving forward I’m expecting Willie to see 6-7 high upside targets Sunday.

Marvin Hall DET @ CAR (12th)(FD-$5,100)(DK-$3,800)

Detroit Lions WR Marvin Hall

At this point I think it’s best we take a look at Marvin Hall. At this point I think it best to take Marvin Hall serious. With or without Kenny G this guy has a role. A deep route type roll. Tampa Bay throttled Carolina through the air in week 10. With or without Kenny G, Matthew Stafford can have the same success.

Devin Duvernay BAL vs. TEN (28th)(FD-$4,800)(DK-$3,000)

Baltimore Ravens rookie WR Devin Duvernay

I can’t put my finger on Devin. I’ll take it one step further, I can’t put my finger on Lamar Jackson. The Ravens would be wise to get the rookie involved more. There is an opening this week vs. the 30th overall ranked pass defense of the Titans.

Steven Sims Jr. WSH vs. CIN (26th)(FD-$4,600)(DK-$3,000)

Washington WR Steven Sims Jr.

Sims Jr. was targeted 6 times Sunday in Detroit. While Alex Smith attempted 55 passes for 390 yards. In week 12 I’m fully expecting a competitive game here with CIN. I’d be willing to bet Alex throws 40+ passes in this one. While Sims Jr. sees several down field looks.

Chris Conley JAX vs. PIT (23rd)(FD-$4,900)(DK-$3,000)

Jacksonville Jaguars WR Chris Conley

Quick question, what Jacksonville WR was targeted the most in week 10? I’m sure by know you’ve already guessed it. Chris Conley! Aside from Chark and Robinson has the rookie QB Luton found a favorite secondary WR target? It’s a tough match-up vs. Pittsburgh but that’s why I like it. Conley may be an afterthought leading to several impactful targets.

TIGHT END

Travis Kelce KC @ LV (11th)(FD-$8,000)(DK-$8,000)

Kansas City Chiefs TE Travis Kelce

Here are some cheaper options I’m considering at TE for week 11!

Dalton Schultz DAL @ MIN (13th)(FD-$5,000)(DK-$3,600)

Dallas Cowboys TE Dalton Schultz

The constant turnover in QB play hasn’t bothered Dalton much. He’s playing 95% of the offensive snap as well. The particulars are all there for Dalton in week 11.

Cameron Brate TB vs. LAR (15th)(FD-$4,800)(DK-$2,500)

Tampa Bay Buccaneers TE Cameron Brate

Color me impressed! Cameron caught a TD pass in week 10. I know that’s meaningless for week 11. It does tell us a few things. One of which is his usage. It’s not great. However, with Tom Brady as your QB, in primetime, anything goes.

Taysom Hill NO vs. ATL (32nd)(FD-$4,500)(DK-$4,800)

New Orleans Saints TE Taysom Hill

If you’re reading this then you know why Taysom Hill is a good play this week 11.

Kyle Rudolph MIN vs. DAL (22nd)(FD-$4,500)(DK-$3,200)

Minnesota Vikings TE Kyle Rudolph

Irv Smith Jr. looks to be dealing with a groin injury. Meanwhile Kyle set a season high in receptions, yardage and routes ran. I like the idea of Kyle finding the end zone in week 11. The Cowboys can only do so much. I’d like to think Rudolph is the least of their worries.

Ryan Izzo NE @ HOU (16th)(FD-$4,400)(DK-$2,500)

New England Patriots TE Ryan Izzo

Izzo was on the field for 54 of the Patriots 58 offensive snaps in week 10. It hasn’t lead to much production for fantasy purposes but the points will come. Promise!

Durham Smythe MIA @ DEN (9th)(FD-$4,300)(DK-$2,500)

Miami Dolphins TE Durham Smythe

At this point I’m obligated to mention Durham. He was a fun part of my prop bet show last Saturday and he actually scored. Just looking to keep the momentum going!

Here are two of my sample lines I’m going to use for week 11! Keep in mind these lines are for entertainment purposes! Please play responsible!

Fanduel 11/22 1p MAIN

Also look for updated lines closer to lock on Sunday morning 11/22!

Draftkings 11/22 1p MAIN

Any questions or comments?

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2020 Deep Dive Rookie DE

2020 Deep Dive Rookie DE
4/15/20
David Reed https://twitter.com/Nfldraft_dwr

Some of our favorite players in the NFL are big time tacklers who are sack machines! Especially against the quarterbacks we hate. Here is a list of 18 edge players you could see your team draft next week!

If you missed any of Davids other Deep Dives start here with his defensive lineman! https://www.dfscheatsheet.com/2020-deep-dive-rookie-dts/nfl/04/

Chase Young – Ohio Stats 6-5 265

Ohio State DE Chase Young

Pros:
– Frame and size is day 1 ready
– Uses hands well
– Has power and finesse
– Can win as a DE/OLB and Interior DL
– Closing speed
– Has great rush angles

Cons:
– Struggles to re-establish if he does not win right away
– Upright accelerator
– Jumps off sides at times

Overall:
Young is arguably the best talent in this year’s draft. He can have an impact day one as a rookie getting after the quarterback. His speed off the edge and his athletic ability to bend at this stage is amazing. He needs to learn a few more moves and counter moves when he faces a great tackle but overall he’s a Day 1 starter and top 5 pick!

K’Lavon Chaisson – LSU 6-4 250

LSU EDGE K’Lavon Chaisson

Pros:
– Solid build but very mobile
– Explosive first step
– Lose hips and a flexible bend
– Closing burst
– Speed to cover is played as a 3-4 OLB
– Sets edge well in run game
– Shows a good bull rush on top of his speed rush

Cons:
– Tore ACL in 2018
– Needs to develop his vision more
– Timing
– Fill out more and get stronger

Overall:
Chaisson is another great pass rusher in this class. His speed and quickness is very intriguing for a team looking for a prospect to rush the QB. He needs some coaching to develop his vision/play recognition. If he can bulk up and build a bit more strength while keeping his speed, he could be a QB’s nightmare!

Yetur Gross Matos-– Penn State 6-5 265

Penn State DE Yetur Gross-Matos

Pros:
– Long arms and massive reach and wing span
– Does a good job keeping pad level low for size
– Great motor
– Turns flat and can win on the outside
– Sets edge against the run well
– 34 .5 tackles for loss and 17 sacks in 2 years
– Can lineup inside as well/a lot of success destroying guards when he has done this on tape

Cons:
– Continue to grow into his frame.
– Get stronger
– Learn more pass rush moves and counter moves
– Process plays faster

Overall:
I am a huge fan of Gross-Matos and been watching him the last 2 years on Saturday. His massive wing span is hard to miss and allows him to get to the ball quick and make stops behind the line. He does the dirty work to set the edge for his team mates as well. He’s a good kid with a great motor! He always play hard every down! The type of kid that teams love.

A.J. Epenesa – Iowa 6-6 280

Iowa EDGE AJ Epenesa

Pros:
– Length and power
– Heavy hands and places them well
– Strong bull rush and sheds blocks well
– His push pull move is deadly
– Converts what speed he gets into great power
– Can play inside and outside on the line
– Plays well against the run
– 30.5 tackles for loss and 22 sacks

Cons:
– Lacks lateral movement
– Not a huge asset in space
– Improve at recognizing hook blocks
– Keep pad level lower more consistently

Overall:
Epenesa is a blue-chip prospect. Highly recruited out of high-school. He put together an impressive college career and should continue to be a solid to great pro. He can fortify a defensive line and help with the run and rush the QB. He can play multiple positions and help with mismatches for a defensive coordinator. He needs to improve in space and recognize blocks better but those are some coach-able flaws. You’re getting a hard nose working kid mid-to-late first any team would love on there roster.

Julian Okwara – Norte Dame 6-4 248

Notre Dame DE Julian Okwara

Pros:
– Athletic with juice out of his stance
– Converts speed to power
– Active hands
– Dips and rips is his best move
– Good flexibility
– Upside as a 3-4 OLB

Cons:
– Improve pad level consistency
– Disengage better
– Can be more calculated than have a natural feel to a play
– Can struggle against the run
– Add more play strength
– Broken Fibula in 2019

Overall:
Okwara is a second day prospect with a great burst and athletic ability upside to get to the QB. He must learn to feel the plays more and improve against the run to see the field in a full time gig.

Joshua Uche – Michigan 6-1 241

Michigan DE Josh Uche

Pros:
– Shows good blend of burst/flexibility and length
– Variety of pass rush moves
– Speed to power
– Good motor
– Uses his quickness to set lineman up to be off balance
– Shows skills to defend in zone coverage

Cons:
– Experience (limited playing time)
– Injuries
– More power
– Tackle in space needs improvement
– Improve getting off blocks (loses a lot when locked up)

Overall:
Uche is an interesting prospect that offers a lot of good traits. Great motor kid with a good blend of speed and power! Already has room to grow even more powerful. He needs more reps and improvement working on tackling in space. If he learns that this kid has a shot as a starter on a defense!

Terrell Lewis – Alabama 6-5 258

Alabama DE Terrel Lewis

Pros:
– Length and short area burst
– Long arms to clog throwing lanes
– Good ripe move when he has leverage
– Flexible
– Hard to get hands on him

Cons:
– Vision
– Work on deployment of his pass rush moves (timing)
– Struggle to hit counter moves
– Takes plays off
– Injuries (torn ligament in 2017 and ACL tear in 2018)

Overall:
Lewis offers great length and good burst on the defensive front. He needs more experience to recognize plays and develop more pass rushing moves and counters to get the most out of his abilities. He must stay healthy as well.

Jonathan Greenard – Florida 6-4 262

Florida DE Jonathan Greenard

Pros:
– Shows good snap anticipation
– Quick release
– Good footwork and attacks inside well
– Strong upper body
– Uses hands to set up rep
– Good run defender
– Quicker than fast
– Recognizes blocks and schemes well

Cons:
– Flexibility
– Can rush to wide and be driven out of the play
– Needs to win on the outside of the tackle more
– Range and lateral movement are just okay

Overall:
Greenard is a good second day pass rusher who needs to improve on the outside. His inside move will allow him to make plays his rookie year.

Curtis Weaver – Boise State 6-5 265

Boise State DE Curtis Weaver

Pros:
– First step quickness
– Uses length well to win on the outside in a few ways
– Takes good rush angles
– Ideal foot work
– Heavy active hands
– Lines up and plays everywhere and usually wins
– Showed a few rush moves
– Shows ability to drop in coverage if needed
– Great football IQ

Cons:
– Flexibility
– More consistent motor
– Some bad wiff tackles
– Not the most athletic build (carries some weight in the mid section)

Overall:
Weaver is a good pass rusher with a strong football IQ that allows him to succeed at most points of attacks. He needs to become a more sure tackler but is a second day steal!

Darrell Taylor – Tennessee 6-4 259

Tennessee DE Darrel Taylor

Pros:
– Good burst and bend
– Dip and rip move
– Sets a good edge
– Succeed in shallow zone coverage
– Uses hands well to control blockers
– Really filled out his frame in 2019

Cons :
– Needs to grow and develop more as a rusher
– Improve or abandon his spin move
– Rush counter moves
– Anticipate the snap better

Overall:
Taylor has some room to improve as a rusher overall. When it comes to learning more moves and anticipating the snap better. He has shown a good burst and ability to set the edge, which is great and will allow him to see the field early while he develops more as a rusher.

Bradlee Anae – Utah 6-3 257

Utah DE Bradlee Anae

Pros:
– High effort player
– Good snap anticipation
– Burst
– Uses hands
– Works gaps hard against the run

Cons:
– Short arms
– Struggles to clear blocks
– Get stronger
– Improve tackling in space

Overall:
Anae has the burst and effort teams will love. He must get stronger to clear blocks better for a full time role and improve tackling in space. His short arms are going to hurt some in clearing blocks.

Jabari Zuniga – Florida 6-3 253

Florida DE Jabari Zuniga

Pros:
– Functional strength
– Strong punch to stun even the biggest tackles
– Good pursuit effort
– Dips and rips well
– Converts speed to power
– Lined up all over D-Line

Cons:
– Slow release off ball
– Lacks awareness
– Vision and processing speed
– Counter moves
– Work on stance

Overall:
Zuniga has the strength and effort teams will love but lacks quick burst off line and general awareness of processing speed. He will be a bit of a project to learn those traits but if he learns them with his power, he could be talked about as a great edge rusher!

Khalid Kareem – Notre Dame 6-4 265

Notre Dame DE Khalid Kareem

Pros:
– Long and powerful
– Usually wins first contact
– Power through whole frame
– Good leverage
– Processing skills against the run
– Power to move blocker and attack ball
– Fluid release

Cons:
– Slow first step
– No counter rush moves
– Not a twitchy athlete
– Needs more pass rush moves
– Bad in space

Overall:
Kareem is a powerful edge player with good leverage which usually has success. When it does not work he lacks a counter move which he will need to learn. He must be better in space but has the tools to play early in his career as he develops more.

Alton Robinson – Syracuse 6-3 259

Syracuse DE Alton Robinson

Pros:
– Can play with hand in group or standing up
– Heavy at the point of attack
– Good swivel hips to rush
– Ability to drop in zone
– Good quick closing ability

Cons:
– Learn to disengage better
– Get stronger
– Come off ball better
– At times looks like an average Joe on the field
– More rush/counter moves

Overall:
Robinson is a mid round guy with a ton of upside. He needs to improve on his technique and get stronger but has ability to help a defense in a multitude of ways

Anfernee Jennings – Alabama 6-2 252

Alabama DE Anfernee Jennings

Pros:
– Great hands and counter blocks
– Process plays well
– Awareness
– Sets the edge
– Snap anticipation
– Speed to power
– Good inside move
– Hands up to impact throwing lanes

Cons:
– Lacks a good burst
– Is not a twitch athlete
– Range is limited
– Motor is so-so

Overall:
True technician as a rusher and run defender who lack great burst and explosion. Combine that with a half ass approach at times and this is what you get. A guy who can be a mid round steal if a coach can light a fire under him and get the most out of his amazing traits he brings.

Alex Highsmith – Charlotte 6-4 242

Charlottle DE Alex Highsmith

Pros:
– Good anticipation
– Quick release
– Decent inside move
– Good spin move
– Active hands
– Good play recognition
– Can stand up and play

Cons:
– Lacks length
– Struggles to separate at times
– Improve on tackling outside his frame
– Strength
– His is frame maxed out to get stronger ?

Overall:
Smaller school prospect that has a good release and shows good anticipation. He brings some good pass rush moves but needs to improve his strength and separation from blocks.

Kenny Willekes – Michigan State 6-4 252

Michigan State DE Kenny Willekes

Pros:
– Competes for his gap
– Leverage
– Plays containment well
– Good footwork
– Always going
– Places hands well
– Picks up plays well
– Physical with a high floor

Cons:
– Convert speed to power better
– Get stronger
– Counter moves

Overall:
Willekes is a solid player who will probably never be anything special but will have a spot on a defense as a steady year in year out player who needs to get stronger to aid his abilities.

Nick Coe – Auburn 6-5 291

Auburn DE Nick Coe

Pros:
– Thick frame
– Strong
– Sets the edge well
– Plays all techniques on the D-Line
– Heavy hands
– Gets extension on blocks

Cons:
– Tardy out of stance
– Lateral movement
– Counter moves are slow
– Struggles to find the football at times

Overall:
Coe is another player that won’t get the headlines but is a strong piece on a defense that can set edges and help a team defense succeed. He’s a good mid-to-late round option.

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2020 Fantasy Football Rankings (DST)

2020 Fantasy Football Rankings (DST)
3/28/20
Chris Robin https://twitter.com/DetroitBeastie

It’s always fun to talk fantasy football! Ranking players is even better! Every new season is clean slate filled with hope. Do you get that warm and fuzzy feeling this time of year?

San Francisco 49ers defense

Me and the boys sat down and wanted to personally rank the top 10 players at each position! We all get along pretty well so it was a piece of cake! All these thoughts and rankings are coming from a group of regular men who just enjoy fantasy football!

New England Patriots defense

Our positional rankings are based on a 1 point per reception (PPR) scoring format. Sit back, relax and dig into our rankings!

PlayerTeamPositionKJ Baker
San Francisco49ersDST1
PittsburghSteelersDST2
BaltimoreRavensDST3
New EnglandPatriotsDST4
ChicagoBearsDST5
BuffaloBillsDST6
Los AngelesChargersDST7
MinnesotaVikingsDST8
TennesseeTitansDST9
WashingtonRedskinsDST10
PlayerTeamPositionSam Huff
BaltimoreRavensDST1
San Francisco49ersDST2
PittsburghSteelersDST3
ChicagoBearsDST4
BuffaloBillsDST5
Los AngelesChargersDST6
TennesseeTitansDST7
New OrleansSaintsDST8
Tampa BayBuccaneersDST9
Kansas CityChiefsDST10
PlayerTeamPositionDavid Reed
San Francisco49erDST1
PittsburghSteelersDST2
BaltimoreRavensDST3
ChicagoBearsDST4
BuffaloBillsDST5
TennesseeTitansDST6
Tampa BayBuccaneersDST7
Los AngelesChargersDST8
New OrleansSaintsDST9
WashingtonRedskinsDST10
PlayerTeamPositionChris Robin
San Francisco49ersDST1
PittsburghSteelersDST2
BaltimoreRavensDST3
New EnglandPatriotsDST4
BuffaloBillsDST5
ChicagoBearsDST6
Los AngelesChargersDST7
Kansas CityChiefsDST8
New OrleansSaintsDST9
New YorkJetsDST10

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Hang here for our next group of rankings! Our top 10 kickers are next!