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Scott Spratt looks at home/road and depth of target splits for the Cincinnati wideout and other players and tells you who's most likely to be undervalued in daily fantasy leagues.
New England's Stephon Gilmore and Buffalo's Tre'Davious White were the driving forces behind their teams' defensive success in 2019, but no shutdown corner can cover every receiver on the field. Scott Spratt explores the fantasy impact of dominant cornerbacks and how some matchups are better than others.
Green Bay's Aaron Jones burned Carolina for 93 yards and three touchdowns on only 13 carries in Week 10 last season, one of many running backs to have big fantasy performances against the Panthers. Scott Spratt explains how a better offense in Carolina this fall might lead to fewer standout games by opposing runners.
Brandin Cooks and T.Y. Hilton seem to be as inconsistent from one year to the next as they can be from one game to the next. But the deep passing tendencies of their quarterbacks in their careers offer a different explanation and one that would bode well for their chances to rebound in 2020.
The 49ers scored a lot of long rushing touchdowns in 2019, and regression would typically pull down their projected total for 2020. But is it possible that Kyle Shanahan has developed a formula to consistently outperform that expectation?