Stock Up: These players have moved up the Draft Sharks rankings over the past week.
Le’Veon Bell, RB, Steelers
Bell moved up 3 spots in the RB rankings with his suspension reduced from 4 to 3 games. He’s now in middle-of-round-2 territory. But his ADP was already in the late 1st and figures to climb now. Bell remains a significant injury risk but could also be fantasy football’s top RB from Week 4 on.
Jeremy Langford, RB, Bears
Langford looked good in tallying 63 yards and a score on 9 touches in Thursday night’s preseason game against the Patriots. More importantly, he dominated 1st-team work, serving as Chicago’s lead runner, pass-catcher and goal-line back. If he’s going to be a 3-down back this year, Langford should at least be a solid RB2.
Tyler Boyd, WR, Bengals
Boyd’s opportunity keeps growing — first with Tyler Eifert’s ankle surgery, then with Brandon LaFell’s injured hand. The rookie could open the season as Cincinnati’s #2 target. He’s shown well in the preseason with 3 catches for 78 yards and a score through 2 outings.
Stock Down: These players have moved down the Draft Sharks rankings over the past week.
Marcus Mariota, QB, Titans
Mariota’s passing upside took a slight hit with the departure of WR Dorial Green-Beckham. DGB was Tennessee’s most physically gifted WR, especially as a red-zone weapon.
Nelson Agholor, WR, Eagles
The Eagles’ trade for Dorial Green-Beckham says a lot about their faith in Agholor, who’s had a disappointing offseason according to the Philly media. He’s barely worth considering in redraft leagues and will need to fend off DGB for a starting job.