Saturday, June 22, 2019

Oakland Raiders 2019 Fantasy Football Projections

In addition to viewing our 2019 Fantasy Football Projections by position, we will post our preseason projections per team.

Below you will find our 2019 fantasy football projections for the Oakland Raiders.




Derek Carr581.23854271.825.5710.7526.566.30.4260.68
Since entering the league five years ago, Carr has finished as a top-20 fantasy quarterback every season. The QB18 in 2018, Carr threw for a career-high 4,049 yards but a career-low 19 touchdowns. Carr's career-low 3.4% touchdown rate was a full percentage point below his career average, but the improvement in weapons -- Antonio Brown, Tyrell Williams and Josh Jacobs -- should see that normalize to his career average or even exceed it. At this point, Carr is vastly underrated compared to current expectations (ADP) and even my own rankings.
Mike Glennon5.93.940.10.240.1512.102.47

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Josh Jacobs232.510236.9834.9261.80.87175.58
With little tread on the tires, Jacobs, one of Oakland's three first-round picks, will assume the lead-back role for the revamped Oakland offense. More important than possessing the top-end speed that he lacks, Jacobs has the quickness, elusiveness and power to become the every-down back that Oakland has drafted him to become.
Jalen Richard41.8204.80.6348.8414.81.2273.06
Tied with Jared Cook for the team lead in receptions (68) last season, Richard finished as a top-30 fantasy running back in PPR scoring (RB43 in standard). Better weapons on the roster could mean a few less targets, but Richard will have a chance to flirt with flex-type production in PPR leagues.
Doug Martin77.5317.81.949.164.60.1450.72
Martin had 190 touches for 839 scrimmage yards for Oakland last season and even though he re-signed with the club, his workload will take a huge dip with first-rounder Josh Jacobs ahead of him on the depth chart.
Chris Warren13.355.
DeAndre Washington9.
Keith Smith11.80.013.718.90.042.37

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Antonio Brown981205.49.31000176.4
Since 2013, Brown has had more than 100 catches and 150 targets every season and averaged 1,524 receiving yards and 11.2 touchdowns per season over that six-year span. In addition, AB has finished as a top-three fantasy wide receiver in five consecutive seasons. A top-three season may be less likely now that he's forced himself out of Pittsburgh, but Brown remains a top-eight option at the position.
Tyrell Williams52800.84.68000108.16
A few seasons removed from a 1,059-yard breakout season, Williams has had a couple of solid seasons --43/728/4 in 2017 and 41/653/5 in 2018. As Oakland's clear No. 2 receiver, Williams should outperform his numbers over the past couple of seasons, but he's unlikely to return to the 1,000-yard level barring an injury to Brown.
Hunter Renfrow37.2386.91.8600049.85
As much as he may lack the type of the size (5-10, 184) and athleticism (4.59 forty), Renfrow has overachieved expectations set for him by others in college. It wouldn't be a surprise if his reliability and production from the slot leads to fantasy relevance in deeper PPR formats in future seasons.
Ryan Grant20.3219.21.2200029.24
J.J. Nelson10.7169.
Marcell Ateman8.994.30.5800012.91
Dwayne Harris111.10.121102.81

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Darren Waller22.8237.11.8200034.63
Luke Willson19.4217.31.3600029.89
Foster Moreau8.6104.10.5600013.77
Derek Carrier3.128.20.160003.78

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