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Draft Sharks Fantasy Football Podcast: NFC South Projections 6-19-19

The Buccaneers have a new coach. The Falcons have a new OC -- who's been there before. Panthers QB Cam Newton has a newly repaired shoulder. And we have a clear new version of the Saints. What's it all mean for your fantasy football drafts?

7:06pm EDT 6/19/19 Read More
The Case for O.J. Howard as TE4

Talent and opportunity meet to make O.J. Howard a 2019 breakout candidate.

8:06am EDT 6/19/19 Read More
Fantasy Football Podcast: AFC West Projections 6-13-19

What will Antonio Brown mean for the Raiders? What do a new QB and new coaching staff mean for the Broncos? Which Charger is getting drafted way too early? And how much will Tyreek Hill even play in 2019? The answers could shape how you draft ...

1:06pm EDT 6/12/19 Read More
Is Carson Wentz Ready to Win You a Championship?

Carson Wentz just got his money from the Eagles. Now he looks poised to deliver you big value in fantasy football drafts.

10:06am EDT 6/11/19 Read More
Fantasy Football Podcast: NFC West Projections 6-7-19

Todd Gurley's holding us all hostage. Darrell Henderson's balloon is floating too high. And the Rams might not even be the division's most interesting team anymore. Let's dig into the NFC West ...

3:06pm EDT 6/7/19 Read More
Why Julio Jones is our top-ranked WR

Julio Jones sits atop our 2019 WR rankings. Here's why ...

10:06am EDT 6/5/19 Read More
Fantasy Football Podcast: NFC East Projections 5-30-19

The NFC East sports the likely top 2 picks in most fantasy football drafts this season, plus a couple of 1st-round QBs and the 2nd RB drafted in April. What should you expect from this loaded division?

10:05pm EDT 5/30/19 Read More

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Andy Dalton, QB CIN

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Williams expected to miss 2019

Bengals rookie OT Jonah Williams will "likely" miss the entire 2019 season after undergoing surgery on Tuesday to repair a torn labrum in his left shoulder, the team announced. It's a massive blow to a team that was planning on its 1st-rounder stepping right in at LT. Cordy Glenn is now expected to move back to that spot. He ranked 60th among 80 qualifying OTs in Pro Football Focus' 2018 grades.

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Chiefs WR Tyreek Hill will meet with the NFL about his child-abuse allegations on Wednesday, according to ESPN's Adam Schefter. Hill won't face legal charges, but that won't necessarily stop the league from handing him a suspension. Hopefully we'll get clarity on Hill's 2019 status soon. He's gone in the mid-5th round in fantasy drafts over the past 2 weeks.

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The NFL Network's Michael Giardi hears that Patriots RB Sony Michel is "progressing quickly" from his arthroscopic knee surgery. Michel has already resumed running "full tilt," Giardi adds. It sounds like Michel will be ready for training camp after missing the offseason program. But durability remains a significant concern for the 2nd-year back, who tore his ACL in high school, had knee surgery last August and then missed 2 games with knee trouble as a rookie. RB Damien Harris reportedly impressed this spring with Michel sidelined.

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Redskins HC Jay Gruden confirmed that Trey Quinn has "taken over" as the team's slot receiver. "He’s confident, he’s quick, he’s got strong hands, he’s physical, [and] he’s tough," Gruden added. Quinn has been talked up by Gruden multiple times this offseason and has a real shot to lead Redskins WRs in targets this year. Former Redskins slot receiver Jamison Crowder averaged 5.9 targets per game across the past 4 seasons -- a full-season pace of 94 looks that would have ranked 34th among WRs in 2018. Quinn appeared in just 3 games as a rookie last year but racked up 114 grabs in his final college season at SMU. He's a nice late-round target in PPR drafts.

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Todd Gurley's personal trainer, Travelle Gaines, recently confirmed that arthritis is at play in the RB's bothersome knee. Gaines told CBS Sports: “Everybody knew when Todd came out of Georgia that there would be some kind of arthritic component to his knee, which is part of every surgery whether it’s a shoulder, a knee, an ankle. He’s now at the year-five mark, all we’re doing is managing that. If we can pound him less in the offseason while keeping his weight down, working on his strength, working on his agility in short areas, that’s going to give him a better chance to be healthy Weeks 14 through 17 when they really count.” Gaines said he's trying to help Gurley shed 6 pounds and get down from 10% body fat to 7%. He says it's to help Gurley's quickness and not out of a need to relieve stress on the knee. Of course, Gaines isn't on L.A.'s coaching staff and wouldn't necessarily know the team's plan for its star RB. Gaines' confirmation of an earlier report arthritis report also doesn't necessarily hurt or help Gurley's 2019 fantasy outlook. We're still waiting to see how he looks this summer and how the Rams plan to deploy him.

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Lions QB Matt Stafford played through "broken bones in his back" last season, according to Mike O’Hara of the team's official website. Stafford was listed on the injury report for the final 4 games of the year, but this is the 1st we've heard of the extent of the injury. He did struggle in those final 4 outings, averaging just 6.0 yards per attempt with 3 total TDs. But Stafford's bigger problem last season was Detroit's renewed commitment to the run, which left Stafford with a career-low 34.7 pass attempts per game. His volume might drop again in 2019 with the arrival of run-loving O Darrell Bevell. Stafford is just a lower-end QB2 in fantasy drafts.

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Steelers insider Mark Kaboly calls Donte Moncrief a "slam-dunk" #2 WR after an impressive spring with his new team. Moncrief also drew praise from QB Ben Roethlisberger for his work ethic and ability to pick up the offense. The former Colt and Jaguar has been an enigma throughout his career, disappointing fantasy owners more often than not. But he's not even 26 yet and has always possessed an intriguing combination of size and athleticism. Antonio Brown's departure, of course, leaves tons of opportunity in Pittsburgh's WR corps. We're still not counting out James Washington in the battle for the #2 WR spot and will also be keeping an eye on rookie Diontae Johnson. But Moncrief looks like the Steeler WR to target later in fantasy drafts right now.

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Both Ravens owner Steve Bisciotti and HC John Harbaugh labeled WR Chris Moore a 2019 breakout candidate. "I would say Chris is ready to do that and has been ready to do that," Harbaugh said. "He practices really hard, he works hard in the weight room, he knows the offense very well, and he makes spectacular catches out here very often.” Moore has tallied just 44 catches over his first 3 NFL seasons, so we're not ready to go all-in yet. The Ravens also project to be 1 of the league's run-heaviest offenses under QB Lamar Jackson. But there's opportunity in the WR corps. Ryan Mink of the team's official website expects Moore, Marquise Brown and Willie Snead to operate as the top 3 wideouts this year -- although Miles Boykin, Seth Roberts and Michael Floyd are also in the mix. We'll watch the situation as we roll into training camp and preseason action.

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The MMQB's Albert Breer hears that Christian Kirk was the most impressive WR in Arizona this spring. The 47th overall pick of last year's draft had a quietly strong rookie campaign, hauling in 43 of 68 targets (63.2%) for 590 yards (13.7 YPC) and 3 scores in 12 games. Kirk ranked 35th in yards per route run among 79 WRs with 50+ targets last year -- despite playing on a Cardinals passing game that generally struggled. Teammate Larry Fitzgerald, by comparison, ranked 54th in yards per route run. We wondered if new HC Kliff Kingsbury saw Kirk as a fit in his offense after Arizona added 3 WRs in this year's draft, but the early returns for Kirk are promising. He's a 2019 breakout candidate in what should be a much better Cardinals offense.

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Bengals WR A.J. Green (toe) has been cleared to participate in individual drills during minicamp. He injured a toe on his right foot twice last season and had surgery to repair torn ligaments in early December. His 7 missed games in 2018 bring him to 13 over the past 3 years and 16 over the past 5. But Green ranked 16th among WRs in PPR points per game last season after finishing 13th and 4th the previous 2 years. There's injury risk here, but Green boasts plenty of upside at his late-3rd-round ADP.

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