Friday, July 5, 2019

Green Bay Packers 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 Green Bay Packers.




Aaron Rodgers557.4358.14152.630.18.0849.7258.41.69306.32
Since 2008, Rodgers has played at least 15 games in nine of 11 seasons. In those nine full seasons, he has finished no worse than fantasy's QB7 and he has finished as a top-two fantasy quarterback seven times. Assuming good health, he's about as safe as it gets in terms of fantasy quarterbacks.
DeShone Kizer17.28.9101.50.430.524180.087.02

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Aaron Jones200.9954.39.9437.1278.31.11189.56
Injuries and/or suspensions have cost Jones eight games in his first two seasons (four each). Missing Weeks 1 and 2 and 16 and 17, Jones averaged 5.5 yards per carry on his opportunities in between for a second consecutive season. During that span, he was a top-15 back in both PPR and standard-scoring formats. A solid RB2 entering 2019, Jones has RB1 upside if he can stay on the field for most of the season.
Jamaal Williams109.4443.12.7919.41630.7882.03
Through two NFL seasons, Williams has averaged a pedestrian 3.72 YPC -- nearly two yards per carry less than Jones. As noted earlier, Jones has missed a quarter of a season both years, so there could be an opportunity for Williams to pick up the (workload) void if Jones were to miss time again.
Dexter Williams29.8129.60.642.619.50.0519.05

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Davante Adams93.41162.811.21000183.54
Adams set career highs across the board -- 111 catches on 169 targets for 1,386 yards and 13 touchdowns. While it was his first 1,000-yard season, Adams extended his streak of seasons with double-digit touchdowns to three. Over the next several seasons, Adams will be a perennial threat to lead the position in fantasy points as the clear No. 1 wide receiver for Aaron Rodgers.
Geronimo Allison52.6710.14.341.680.0297.97
Typically, the No. 2 wideout in a Rodgers-led offense has plenty of fantasy viability and that was the case for Allison before injuries cut his 2018 short. Allison had 64-plus yards each week through Week 4 with a 19/289/2 line on 29 targets as a top-25 performer (WR28 in PPR) over that span. There is upside compared to his current ADP if he's able to maintain good health.
Marquez Valdes-Scantling44.5640.84.01160.0188.8
Productive as a rookie, Valdes-Scantling saw expanded opportunities due to injuries and finished with 38 catches for 581 yards and a two touchdowns. Among 72 qualifiers, he had the league's third-best separation rate (per PFF). Generating plenty of buzz this offseason, a breakout could be in the cards if MVS enters 2019 as the team's No. 2 receiver behind Adams (and ahead of Allison).
Equanimeous St. Brown26.7387.
Jake Kumerow11.9155.91.1900022.73
Trevor Davis336.60.30005.46
J'Mon Moore2210.10002.7

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Jimmy Graham47.2533.44.4800080.22
The 55 catches, 89 targets and 636 yards weren't the problem; the two touchdowns were. A year removed from double-digit touchdowns, Graham scored just two touchdowns. Aside from an 11-game season (2015), it was the only other time in his career that he finished with less than five scores.
Jace Sternberger25.2307.41.700040.94
A rookie-season fantasy impact is unlikely to be felt, but Sternberger gives Aaron Rodgers and the Packers a long-term solution at the position beyond Graham.
Marcedes Lewis5.259.80.520009.1

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