In addition to viewing our 2020 Fantasy Football Projections by position, we will post our preseason projections per team.
Below you will find our 2020 fantasy football projections for Washington.
|Starting seven games as a rookie, Haskins averaged just 175.0 passing yards per game and 6.77 per attempt while throwing seven touchdowns and three interceptions. Learning a new offense in such an unusual offseason could make it even more difficult for Haskins to take big steps forward in his sophomore campaign.|
|Gibson possesses a superior combination of athleticism (4.39 forty) for his size (228 pounds) and broke tackles at a ridiculous rate (33 on 77 career touches) at Memphis. With both Derrius Guice and Adrian Peterson released, the (early) third-rounder enters 2020 atop the team's fantasy depth chart at running back. Earlier this offseason, Ron Rivera said Gibson has "a skill set like Christian (McCaffrey)."|
|Rivera recently used the following adjectives to describe Love -- "multi-dimensional," "every-down back," "explosive" and "dynamic."|
|Beginning his career with five consecutive 50-yard games including a pair of 100-yard performances, McLaurin was quick to emerge as the team's top receiver. Finishing his rookie campaign with 58 catches for 919 yards and seven touchdowns in 14 games, McLaurin should be even better in 2020 as Dwayne Haskins, McLaurin's former Ohio State teammate, becomes more comfortable as the starter.|
|Down the stretch, Sims closed 2019 with at least seven targets, four receptions and 40 yards in each of the final four games. During that span, he hauled in 20 of his 36 targets for 230 yards and four touchdowns for the ninth-most fantasy points (half-PPR).|
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