Sunday, July 15, 2018

2018 Fantasy Football Projections: Seattle Seahawks

In addition to viewing our 2018 Fantasy Football Projections by position, we will post our preseason projections per team.

Below you will find our 2018 fantasy football projections for the Seattle Seahawks.

Quarterbacks

 

PlayerAtt.Comp.YardsTDINTRushYardsTDFLPoints
Russell Wilson529328386228.610.683.2449.32.12.7299.81
A top-three fantasy quarterback in three of the past four seasons, Wilson has rushed for 2,777 yards and 20 touchdowns in his six NFL seasons. But he's also averaged over 4,000 passing yards over the past three seasons and threw for a league-high 34 touchdowns in 2017. Despite his dual-threat abilities, Wilson has never missed an NFL game. So, in other words, he has tons of weekly upside with a solid floor.

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Running Backs

 

PlayerAtt.YardsTDRec.YardsTDFLPoints
Rashaad Penny226.9975.77.728.1230.40.81.1169.41
The Seahawks used the 27th overall pick on Penny, which (of course) assures that he'll be the team's featured back. With good size (5-11, 220) and speed (4.46 forty), Penny could be used as a three-down back by the Seahawks.
Chris Carson74.5327.82.411.494.60.30.258.04
If it weren't for the Seahawks using their first-round pick on Penny, Carson would have plenty of breakout potential following an injury-shortened 2017 that saw him assume lead-back responsbilities early in the season.
C.J. Prosise27.6118.70.635.4339.810.155.25
J.D. McKissic4.417.20.17.861.60.30.110.08
Mike Davis13.6490.21.714.500.17.35

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Wide Receivers

 

PlayerRec.YardsTDRushYardsTDFLPoints
Doug Baldwin81.21051.57.31.32.900.2148.84
Falling just shy of the 1,000-yard mark last season, Baldwin has 247/3,188/29 over the past three seasons and has finished as the WR7, WR10 and WR13, respectively, in standard-scoring formats over the past three seasons.
Tyler Lockett52.9698.34.27.964.80.50.1110.31
Lockett played a full 16-game slate last season, but he was never 100 percent. With Paul Richardson in Washington (D.C.) and the uncertainty of what the Seahawks will get from Brandon Marshall, Lockett has breakout potential in 2018.
Brandon Marshall28.6291.72.90000.146.37
Marshall had a 109/1,502/14 season in 2015, but that feels so long ago. Signing a one-year deal (with not much money guaranteed) with the Seahawks, Marshall isn't a lock to make the roster and (if he does) his fantasy outlook isn't all that appealing.
Amara Darboh27.4268.52.20000.139.85
Tanner McEvoy21.8228.91.10000.328.89
Jaron Brown7.5118.50.70000.115.85

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Tight Ends

 

PlayerRec.YardsTDRushYardsTDFLPoints
Ed Dickson28.8380.22.90000.155.22
With Jimmy Graham in Green Bay, Dickson signed a free-agent deal as he sits atop Seattle's depth chart. Although Graham had double-digit touchdowns last year and over 900 yards the year prior, expectations for Dickson, Nick Vannett or any of Seattle's tight end should be relatively modest.
Nick Vannett14.3150.21.30000.122.62
Will Dissly6.364.30.50000.19.23

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2018 Fantasy Football Projections: Los Angeles Chargers

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Below you will find our 2018 fantasy football projections for the Los Angeles Chargers.

Quarterbacks

 

PlayerAtt.Comp.YardsTDINTRushYardsTDFLPoints
Philip Rivers571.2354.7448426.613.717.420.90.32.2257.85
Except for 2012 (21st) and 2016 (14th), Rivers has finished as a top-12 fantasy quarterback in the eight of his past 10 NFL seasons. In addition, Rivers has thrown for at least 4,286 yards and 28 touchdowns in each of the past five seasons.
Geno Smith5.83.4420.20.20.93.2002.4

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Running Backs

 

PlayerAtt.YardsTDRec.YardsTDFLPoints
Melvin Gordon289.91188.68.763.1511.12.51.5234.17
Gordon has yet to average 4.0 yards per carry in a season, but last year he rushed for 1,105 yards and added 58 catches for 476 yards, all of which were career highs. And after not scoring on 217 touches as a rookie, MG3 has scored exactly 12 touchdowns in each of the past two seasons. Ex-Chargers HOFer LaDainian Tomlinson said "the first thing I thought about when Hunter [Henry] went down, is Melvin is going to have to become a weapon in the passing game. Hunter makes easy throws for Philip, easy first downs and easy red zone targets. Now somebody has to pick up that role, and that can be Melvin."
Austin Ekeler89.8386.12.932.52991.31.291.31
Justin Jackson23.598.70.76.153.70.20.220.24
Derek Watt3.913.70.12.632.50.105.82

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Wide Receivers

 

PlayerRec.YardsTDRushYardsTDFLPoints
Keenan Allen107.91386.57.61.77.100.1184.76
Playing just eight games in 2015 and one game in 2016, Allen won the AP Comeback of the Year award as he posted career numbers (102/1,393/6) in a healthy 16-game campaign. From Weeks 11 to 17, Allen was absolutely dominant with five 100-yard games during that seven-game span. No player had more receptions (58) or receiving yards (797) and only Antonio Brown (six) scored more touchdowns (five) than Allen over that stretch.
Tyrell Williams53.9851.64.90000.3113.96
With Allen out for virtually of 2016, Williams had a breakout season with 69 catches for 1,059 yards and seven touchdowns. With Allen healthy, Williams had 43/728/4 in 2017 — and that level of production is a more reasonable expectation barring an Allen injury in 2018.
Mike Williams37.4493.74.50000.375.77
Using the No. 7 pick on the former Clemson wideout, the Chargers got only 11 catches for 95 yards from the rookie. Back in April, Williams said he's "100%" now and the big target (6-4, 218) could become especially productive as a red-zone weapon for the Chargers, who will be without tight ends Henry and (as of now, at least) Antonio Gates.
Travis Benjamin30.1475.638.756.60.20.471.62
Benjamin averaged 16.7 yards per catch last season and the speedster always has the potential for a big play. On the flip side, he had seven games with no or one reception in 2017.
Dylan Cantrell5.7630.50000.19.1
Geremy Davis1.920.10.100002.61

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Tight Ends

 

PlayerRec.YardsTDRushYardsTDFLPoints
Virgil Green31.5362.33.20000.155.23
With Hunter Henry (ACL) out for the season, it's possible that they bring back Antonio Gates. For now, Virgil Green tops the TE depth chart and has some sleeper appeal. Either way, we could see more three-WR sets from the Bolts.
Bradeon Bowman9.497.80.8000014.58
Sean Culkin1.717.30.100002.33

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2018 Fantasy Football Projections: New York Jets

In addition to viewing our 2018 Fantasy Football Projections by position, we will post our preseason projections per team.

Below you will find our 2018 fantasy football projections for the New York Jets.

Quarterbacks

 

PlayerAtt.Comp.YardsTDINTRushYardsTDFLPoints
Josh McCown338.7216.8243914.68.128.3101.92.83.5159.75
The ideal bridge quarterback, McCown will enter training camp as the starter and that should carry over to Week 1. McCown threw twice as many touchdowns (18) as interceptions (nine) last season and added five rushing scores. Before getting hurt in Week 14, McCown finished as a top-seven weekly fantasy quarterback in five of his previous seven starts. While he's not worth drafting in standard-sized leagues, he does have some appeal as a QB to stream.
Sam Darnold145.986.199254.416.256.71.62.561.15
Regardless of whether the Browns or Giants made a mistake by passing on Darnold, the Jets pounced on the opportunity to draft the top-rated quarterback prospect. At least to begin training camp, Darnold will begin third on the depth chart behind McCown and Teddy Bridgewater. Ultimately, I expect the 21-year-old quarterback to get a start or two, but he won't be fantasy-relevant in standard one-QB leagues in 2018.
Teddy Bridgewater36.5232631.40.9416.40.20.316.56

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Running Backs

 

PlayerAtt.YardsTDRec.YardsTDFLPoints
Isaiah Crowell196.78364.714.6112.40.21.5121.24
Only 25 years old, Crowell signed a three-year deal in free agency with the Jets this offseason. With 850-plus rushing yards in each of the past two seasons, Crowell does not necessarily get an offensive upgrade with his new club and I expect similar production in 2018.
Elijah McGuire65.9276.81.625.8232.21.51.766.1
Manish Mehta of the NY Daily News writes that McGuire is "expected to be Gang Green’s third-down back this season." And he passes along this quote from RBs coach Stump Mitchell: "I’ll tell you who I see Eli as — and he’s in the Hall of Fame. Eli has the skill set to be a LaDainian Tomlinson if he was given that opportunity. That’s not what presents itself to him at this particular point in time. But skill set, he can do it all. He can catch. He can run. He can run routes as a receiver. He just happens to be here … and I’m glad we got him."
Bilal Powell64.6277.81.921.5154.80.40.855.46
Powell carried the ball 178 times for 772 yards, both of which are career highs, but he only had five receptions in the team's final eight games. With the team signing Crowell to handle early-down touches and the team talking up Elijah McGuire, Powell's 2018 role is uncertain.
Thomas Rawls23.491.30.53.732.60.10.215.59
Trenton Cannon2.410.601.815.30.10.12.99
Dimitri Flowers0.82.601.614.4001.7

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Wide Receivers

 

PlayerRec.YardsTDRushYardsTDFLPoints
Robby Anderson56.2814.94.92.819.60.10.4112.65
While his legal matters may now be resolved, Anderson could face league discipline from his off-field issues. In terms of on-field production, he had a career season (63/941/7) and was especially productive from Weeks 7 to 13. During that six-game span, Anderson had 100-plus yards and/or a touchdown every week and posted a 31/525/6 line.
Jermaine Kearse45.4567.53.60000.277.95
Kearse either set or tied career highs across the board with 65 catches for 810 yards and five touchdowns to finish as fantasy's WR30 (WR26 in PPR) last season. It'd be unreasonable to expect a repeat performance, but nobody expected that production from him in 2017 either.
Quincy Enunwa40.4593.92.80000.175.99
Enunwa led the team in receiving in 2016 (58/857/4), but he missed all of 2017 with a neck injury. There's a chance that he leads the team in receiving in 2018 if he could stay healthy.
Terrelle Pryor37.6503.82.40000.164.58
Few players were a bigger fantasy disappointment in 2017. Putting up a 1,000-yard season in his first year as a full-time receiver with a poor quarterback situation, Pryor managed just 20/240/1 when playing with Kirk Cousins last season. Pryor blames last year's disappointment on his ankle, but his range of outcomes for 2018 is incredibly wide.
Chad Hansen23.3284.31.60000.137.83
Andre Roberts1.922.80.10000.12.68
ArDarius Stewart1.418.80.11.66.4003.12

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Tight Ends

 

PlayerRec.YardsTDRushYardsTDFLPoints
Chris Herndon13.31531.20000.122.3
Clive Walford14.7135.21.2000020.72
Eric Tomlinson8.492.40.8000014.04
Jordan Leggett6.268.20.6000010.42

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2018 Fantasy Football Projections: Oakland Raiders

In addition to viewing our 2018 Fantasy Football Projections by position, we will post our preseason projections per team.

Below you will find our 2018 fantasy football projections for the Oakland Raiders.

Quarterbacks

 

PlayerAtt.Comp.YardsTDINTRushYardsTDFLPoints
Derek Carr546.7343.9380025.712.629.8790.33233.3
A disappointing season for both the team and Carr, he threw for 3,496 yards, 22 touchdowns and 13 interceptions in 2017. Before last season, he threw for 3,900-plus yards in each of the previous two seasons with a total of 60 touchdowns. It will be interesting to see how Carr and new coach Jon Gruden work together, but Carr's numbers should be better in 2018 than they were last year.
E.J. Manuel8.34.5520.20.20.83.200.12.6

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Running Backs

 

PlayerAtt.YardsTDRec.YardsTDFLPoints
Marshawn Lynch200.1850.47.222.4165.80.40.9145.42
After taking a year off, Lynch returned to the NFL and rushed for 891 yards and seven touchdowns and added 20 catches for 151 yards in 2017. Now 32 years old, there's the possibility that another Oakland native takes the role of lead back. That said, I still expect Beast Mode to lead the backfield in workload and production.
Doug Martin123.1461.63.320.71780.40.884.56
Going into his seventh NFL season, Martin has been somewhat of a two-outcome type of player — two seasons of 16 games and 1,400-plus rushing yards and four seasons of five-plus missed games and sub-500 rushing yards. Perhaps he has an unprecedented (for him) season of 500 to 1,399 rushing yards, that number is most likely to be much closer to the lower end of that range.
DeAndre Washington31127.11.1201240.40.732.71
Jalen Richard13.966.70.315.3130.10.92.122.68
Keith Smith0.82.20423.20.103.14

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Wide Receivers

 

PlayerRec.YardsTDRushYardsTDFLPoints
Amari Cooper72.71025.16.51.66.400.2141.75
After beginning his career with back-to-back 1,000-yard seasons, Cooper posted a disappointing 48/680/7 line over 14 games. Still only 24 years old, it's possible that Cooper bounces back and sets career highs with Michael Crabtree — the 1(b) to his 1(a) — now in Baltimore.
Jordy Nelson60.3711.57.20000.1114.15
Released by the Packers, Nelson had just 53 catches for 482 yards and six touchdowns in 2017. That said, he had 98/1,519/13 (2014) and 97/1,257/14 (2016) in his previous two full seasons. There's virtually no chance that he returns to the 90-catch, 1,200-yard mark he had in 2016, but it wouldn't be a surprise if he finished with eight-plus touchdowns, something that Michael Crabtree had done in each of the past three seasons in Oakland.
Martavis Bryant36.4549.64.40000.181.16
Suspended? Or not suspended? There is some uncertainty about whether Bryant will be available for the (start of the) 2018 season, but Michael Gehlken of the Las Vegas Review-Journal wrote [in mid-June] that "[t]he Raiders fear potential NFL discipline might be imminent" for Bryant.
Seth Roberts15.5176.71.60000.426.47
Ryan Switzer9.467.70.50000.213.57
Dwayne Harris4.4510.50000.37.5
Johnny Holton1.823.80.20000.81.98

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Tight Ends

 

PlayerRec.YardsTDRushYardsTDFLPoints
Jared Cook50.8642.62.5000177.26
Cook led the team in receiving yards (688) and 20-yard receptions (10) and finished second in receptions (54), but he had just two touchdowns. In fact, Cook has just six touchdowns in 58 games over the past four seasons combined. Finishing as a top-12 fantasy tight in PPR formats (TE16 in standard-scoring leagues), Cook has top-10 upside should he generate a little more red-zone volume and success.
Lee Smith9.871.50.9000012.55
Derek Carrier5.240.60.20000.15.06

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2018 Fantasy Football Profile: Detroit Lions QB Matthew Stafford

At one point early in his career, Detroit Lions quarterback Matthew Stafford was dubbed a "China Doll" by (then) teammate Zack Follett. In his first two seasons, the former No. 1 overall draft pick had missed 19 games.

That was then, this is now.

Over the past seven seasons, Stafford has not missed a single game and has proven to be one of the most durable players in the league. As the saying goes, the most important ability is "availability."

During that time, the Lions have struggled to run the ball. Not only did they rank last in the NFL in rushing (76.3 per game) last year, but they haven't had a 100-yard rusher since Reggie Bush (2013). In addition, only the Dolphins called a run on a fewer percentage of plays than the Lions in 2017.

Granted, their first two 2018 draft picks including Auburn's Kerryon Johnson, the SEC Offensive Player of the Year, shows that the team and new head coach Matt Patricia should be more committed to the run.

But the good news is that there won't be turnover in terms of offensive schemes as the team retained the services of offensive coordinator Jim Bob Cooter.

Partly due to his availability, scheme and lack of a running game, Stafford has been highly productive over the past seven seasons. During that stretch, he has finished outside the top-12 fantasy quarterbacks only once (2014).

Both Marvin Jones and Golden Tate reached the 1,000-yard mark in 2017. In fact, Jones set a career high with 1,101 yards and finished the season as fantasy's WR5. Meanwhile, second-year receiver Kenny Golladay is a potential breakout candidate that gives Stafford a talented trio of wide receivers.

 

Fantasy Football Strength of Schedule

Based on the average fantasy points allowed of all opponents, only Patrick Mahomes (32nd) and Aaron Rodgers (31st) have a more difficult fantasy football strength of schedule than Stafford (30th) in 2018. And only Miami's Ryan Tannehill and Mahomes have a more challenging fantasy schedule over the fantasy playoffs (Weeks 14 to 16).

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Fantasy Football Average Draft Position (ADP)

Below is a chart of his ADP at Fantasy Football Calculator over the past month:

Fantasy Football ADP for Matthew  Stafford


Stafford's fantasy football ADP has steadily moved upward — 10.04 in early June to 8.08 in mid-July — over the summer.

 

Matthew Stafford: Full Season Projections

Below you will find full-season projections for Detroit Lions QB Matthew Stafford for the 2018 NFL season:

CompAttYardsTDsINTRushYardsTDs Fantasy
Points
367.8557.2412327.310.628.6120.10.7269.13

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Bottom Line

 

A month ago, I viewed Stafford as being undervalued. Now that his ADP has crept up by nearly two rounds over the past month or so, Stafford's current ADP (QB10) is more in line with my rankings/projections (QB8). As I wait on QBs in most drafts, I'd be more than comfortable going into the 2018 season with Stafford as my every-week starter.

Relative value: Fairly valued

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2018 Fantasy Football Projections: San Francisco 49ers

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Below you will find our 2018 fantasy football projections for the San Francisco 49ers.

Quarterbacks

 

PlayerAtt.Comp.YardsTDINTRushYardsTDFLPoints
Jimmy Garoppolo582.8378.2442925.115.238.353.61.11.5256.12
Starting Weeks 12 to 17, Garoppolo scored the 12th-most fantasy points (17th-most on a per-game basis, 14.5) during that stretch. His mediocre fantasy production was limited by the lack of touchdowns -- seven passing touchdowns in six games -- although he was efficient in terms of completion percentage (67.4) and yards per attempt (8.8). With a full offseason in Kyle Shanahan's offense and better/healthier weapons, there is plenty of upside in 2018.
C.J. Beathard1.20.780000000.32

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Running Backs

 

PlayerAtt.YardsTDRec.YardsTDFLPoints
Jerick McKinnon230977.56.756.1398.32.42.8186.58
Signed to a $30 million contract, McKinnon gets an opportunity to be a lead back for the first time in his career. Matt Barrows of the Sacramento Bee recently wrote: "The over/under on his catches for the season might be 73, the highest number that Devonta Freeman caught when Shanahan was coaching him with the Falcons." Running backs in Kyle Shanahan's offense typically flourish and McKinnon has a ton of upside this year.
Matt Breida101.4446.22.618.5149.90.90.579.61
Kyle Juszczyk6.427.50.630.3278.81.50.941.43
Joe Williams44.71900.95.742.20.10.528.22
Raheem Mostert1.78.5000000.85
Jeremy McNichols0.93.6000000.36

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Wide Receivers

 

PlayerRec.YardsTDRushYardsTDFLPoints
Pierre Garcon74.9936.34.50000.1120.43
Garcon (neck) missed half the season and was on pace for an 80/1,000 season before the injury. His last full season (2013) playing in Kyle Shanahan's offense, he posted a career-best 113/1,346/5 stat line. Unlikely to repeat those numbers, a 1,000-yard season is certainly within reach.
Marquise Goodwin47.97762.43.832.30.10.195.63
Goodwin had the best season of his career with 56 catches for 962 yards and two touchdowns. Especially productive in the second half, Goodwin had a five-game stretch of 78-plus yards from Weeks 10 to 15 including three straight with 99-plus. With Garcon healthy, Goodwin would do well to repeat last year's numbers.
Trent Taylor40.6410.11.60000.350.01
Taylor had 43 catches for 430 yards and two touchdowns as a rookie, but the 49ers drafted Pettis in the second round and Garcon missed half the year.
Dante Pettis26.6297.91.30000.237.19
The 49ers traded up to 44th overall for Pettis and they seem to be "putting more on Pettis' plate than they typically would for a rookie."
Aldrick Robinson10.5180.61.10000.124.46
Kendrick Bourne8.9131.70.50000.115.97

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Tight Ends

 

PlayerRec.YardsTDRushYardsTDFLPoints
George Kittle50.3603.63.50000.181.16
Ending the season with a bang, Kittle had four catches for 100 yards in Week 17 against the Rams and he finished his rookie campaign with 43/515/2. Among rookie tight ends, only New York's Evan Engram had more receptions or yards.
Garrett Celek16.1206.11.90000.131.81
Cole Hikutini2.723.80.100002.98

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2018 Fantasy Football Projections: New England Patriots

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Below you will find our 2018 fantasy football projections for the New England Patriots.

Quarterbacks

 

PlayerAtt.Comp.YardsTDINTRushYardsTDFLPoints
Tom Brady592386476631.79.526.336.80.32.1299.72
Wanting to play until "cuarenta y cinco," Brady will turn 41 before the start of the 2018 season yet he has shown no signs of slowing down. That said, the Patriots traded away 1,000-yard receiver Brandin Cooks and trusted slot receiver Julian Edelman returns from a torn ACL but not until Week 5 due to a PED suspension. Finishing as fantasy's QB4, Brady threw for a league-high 4,577 yards in 2017. He remains a top-five fantasy QB with the upside to lead all players in fantasy points scored in 2018.
Brian Hoyer63.8400.20.12.21.1002.31

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Running Backs

 

PlayerAtt.YardsTDRec.YardsTDFLPoints
Rex Burkhead155.5668.7738.6328.12.70.8156.28
Missing six games in his first season with the Patriots, Burkhead scored eight touchdowns as he rushed for 264 yards and added 30 catches for 254 yards. Even though Dion Lewis is now in Tennessee, the Patriots drafted Georgia's Sony Michel in the first round and there will still be plenty of week-to-week volatility in the production of New England's running backs. That said, I'd expect Burkhead to lead the backfield in touchdowns and we've seen LeGarrette Blount rush for 18 touchdowns only two seasons ago.
Sony Michel147.2706.64.621.5197.81.11.2122.24
Expectations would be through the roof for most running backs selected in the first round. For the Patriots, however, it's anyone's guess how the workload will be allocated in any given week. Given his draft pedigree (and talent, of course), Michel figures to be heavily involved more often than not and it wouldn't surprise me if he finished as the team's most productive fantasy back.
James White41.6172.60.850.5429.340.188.79
White hauled in 56 receptions for 429 yards and three touchdowns last season after posting a 60/551/5 receiving line in 2016. With Michel added to the mix, the Patriots have a versatile group of backs, but I'd expect White to get 50 receptions for a third consecutive season.
Mike Gillislee30.7125.91.516.500.221.84
Jeremy Hill17.573.50.90.53.700.112.92
James Develin0004.732.400.13.04
Brandon Bolden4.818.700.96.5002.52

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Wide Receivers

 

PlayerRec.YardsTDRushYardsTDFLPoints
Chris Hogan59.5844.97.12.612.500.1128.14
Hogan played only one regular-season game (Week 14) in the second half of the season, but he posted a 33/438/5 slash line in his first eight games. During that span, he was the WR7 in standard-scoring formats with the 13th-most on a per-game basis. With Brandin Cooks in L.A. and Julian Edelman suspended for four games, Hogan has a chance to get off to a hot start in 2018.
Julian Edelman81.3910.64.16.636.30.11.3118.49
Missing all of last season with a torn ACL, Edelman lost his appeal of a four-game suspension to start of this season. In 2016, Edelman had 98 catches for a career-high 1,106 yards and three touchdowns. With Cooks traded to the Rams, Edelman figures to be peppered with targets when he is on the field (Weeks 5 to 16). It wouldn't surprise me if Edelman set career highs across the board on a per-game basis.
Jordan Matthews32.2370.32.70000.452.43
Malcolm Mitchell20.3259.82.40000.239.98
Cordarrelle Patterson3.2320.24.430.80.40.611.68
Phillip Dorsett5.184.20.3000010.22
Kenny Britt4.356.80.300007.48

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Tight Ends

 

PlayerRec.YardsTDRushYardsTDFLPoints
Rob Gronkowski67.31083.510.10000.1168.75
Aside from his eight-game 2016 season, Gronk has 1,000-plus yards in three of the past four years and he has scored double-digit touchdowns in five seasons over his career.
Dwayne Allen7.985.30.8000013.33
Troy Niklas3.942.50.500007.25
Jacob Hollister3.3350.300005.3

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