Fantasy Football 2020 One-Sentence Summaries: Rounds 4 through 6

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Without further ado, your one-sentence summaries for the second group of 36 picks in fantasy football drafts.

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2020 Fantasy Football One-Sentence Summaries, Rounds 4 through 6

Round 4 One-Sentence Summaries
37 Cooper Kupp LAR WR-14 4.07 4.01 Kupp finished 2019 on an insanely torrid pace, catching 27-of-30 targets for 281 yards and 5 touchdowns in the last five games, but he was still good before that; he averaged 80 yards a contest before turning on the afterburners to end the season.
38 Zach Ertz PHI TE-4 4.08 4.02 Ertz is a safe target hog in the middle of Philly’s offense; in the second half of 2019, he averaged over 10 targets per game, which he turned into over 70 yards per contest.
39 JuJu Smith-Schuster PIT WR-15 4.09 4.03 The Pittsburgh quarterback situation fell down a well last season, which is probably why one of ten guys in NFL history to get over 2,300 yards in their first two years played poorly; what’s more likely: the QB play did this, or JuJu forgot how to play football?
40 Le’Veon Bell NYJ RB-19 4.1 4.04 59 players (non-QB, non-center division) touched the football at least 100 times last year, and only Frank Gore, Sony Michel and Peyton Barber had a lower yards per touch than Le’Veon Bell (4.02); he might get enough touches for this to not matter.
41 James Conner PIT RB-20 5.01 4.05 On paper, James Conner played in ten games last year, but he was only healthy enough to top 50% of touches in 6 games last year; in those games, he averaged 81 yards on 17 touches per game while scoring five touchdowns in six games.
42 Calvin Ridley ATL WR-16 5.02 4.06 Calvin Ridley is top-twelve in yards per target in the last two years, and the Atlanta Falcons lead the league with 258 vacated targets; Ridley averaged 82.2 yards per game after Atlanta traded Mohamed Sanu last season.
43 Russell Wilson SEA QB-3 5.03 4.07 The Let Russ Cook crowd might have a point: his 106 touchdowns over the last three seasons lead all quarterbacks by 16 touchdowns, and he’s done it while averaging fewer than 500 pass attempts a season
44 A.J. Brown TEN WR-17 5.04 4.08 Brown was the #7 wide receiver in half-PPR leagues once Ryan Tannehill took over at quarterback, but his 13.3 yards per target (YPT) with Tannehill is unsustainably high… over the last two decades, no other player with at least 50 targets has a career YPT over 10.
45 Dak Prescott DAL QB-4 5.05 4.09 Dak Prescott has the third-most touchdowns in the last three seasons but last year was the first time he didn’t rush for 6 touchdowns; Dallas added the best wide receiver in the draft (CeeDee Lamb), so 5,000 total yards and 40 total touchdowns is within the realm of possibility for 2020.
46 Deshaun Watson HOU QB-5 5.06 4.1 Deshaun Watson lost his binkie DeAndre Hopkins, but his #2 and #3 targets from last season are no guarantees to play week one (Will Fuller & Kenny Stills) and these 3 players represent 48% of his career targets; thankfully, the Texans traded for Brandin Cooks and signed Randall Cobb.
47 David Johnson HOU RB-21 5.07 4.11 David Johnson to Houston was one of the biggest headscratchers of the offseason, but he was on pace for 1,635 yards last year before injuries derailed his season; the only question: will Duke Johnson take too many targets?
48 Tyler Lockett SEA WR-18 5.08 4.12 D.K. Metcalf received all the publicity due to late-season heroics, but before nearly losing his leg in San Francisco (and not missing a game), Lockett was a top-two WR, averaging 85 yards per game and scoring two touchdowns every three games.
Round 5 One-Sentence Summaries
49 Courtland Sutton DEN WR-19 5.09 5.01 Denver added Jerry Jeudy, but Courtland Sutton was more productive before Denver traded Emmanuel Sanders to San Francisco; Sutton averaged 80 yards per game on 5 catches alongside Sanders and 4 catches for 61 yards without him.
50 Kyler Murray ARI QB-6 5.1 5.02 Stop me if you’ve heard this one before: talented sophomore former #1 quarterback adds a superstar wide receiver while having a questionable offensive line; he shouldn’t repeat Baker’s poor 2019 showing, but taking him top-three is drafting his ceiling.
51 Robert Woods LAR WR-20 6.01 5.03 Robert Woods ranked top-fifteen in targets, catches, and yards; unfortunately, getting out-targeted in the ten zone by the likes of Zay Jones, Nick Boyle, and Taysom Hill led to just two touchdowns (he had 11 touchdowns in his first two years in Los Angeles).
52 Devin Singletary BUF RB-22 6.02 5.04 The Bills stated they wanted to use rookie Zack Moss like they used Devin Singletary; before Gore proved himself unworthy of his touches (week 9 against Washington when whiffing three-straight goal-line carries), Singletary averaged about 7.5 touches per game.
53 Darren Waller LV TE-5 6.03 5.05 Waller lost about 20 yards per game when he had someone challenging him for targets last season (second-half Hunter Renfrow) and the Raiders added three pass-catchers in the draft; increased touchdowns will offset the reduced target volume in 2020.
54 Keenan Allen LAC WR-21 6.04 5.06 The last time we saw Tyrod Taylor, QB1, he averaged 201 passing yards per game while giving his WR1 82 targets per year; Keenan Allen’s yards per catch have declined each of the last three years and his fantasy value comes on his 444 targets over the last three years.
55 Mark Ingram BAL RB-23 6.05 5.07 Rookie J.K. Dobbins likely ends 2020 as Baltimore’s top back, but that doesn’t mean that Mark Ingram ends up on the scrap heap; Gus Edwards and Justice Hill combined for 206 last year behind Ingram, so there is plenty of opportunities to go around.
56 DK Metcalf SEA WR-22 6.06 5.08 The downside of Metcalf is that he can only run a couple of routes; the upside is that he rode those routes to becoming just the fourteenth wide receiver in the last decade to top 900 receiving yards in 2019.
57 Jonathan Taylor IND RB-24 6.07 5.09 Rookie Jonathan Taylor’s running garners comparisons to Ezekiel Elliott and Saquon Barkley, but he has a ton of fumbles (18 in college); he’ll wait his turn behind Marlon Mack, but he won’t wait long.
58 D.J. Chark JAX WR-23 6.08 5.1 DJ Chark seemingly came out of nowhere last season, bodyslamming the Chiefs to the tune of 146 yards; he only passed 80 yards two more times all season thanks to the yo-yoing of Gardner Minshew and Nick Foles.
59 David Montgomery CHI RB-25 6.09 5.11 Nobody’s position in our zeitgeist suffered more from unrealistic expectations entering 2019 than David Montgomery; he ended the year with over 1,000 yards from scrimmage and 7 touchdowns but remains a bust in our memory due to preseason hype.
60 Terry McLaurin WAS WR-24 6.1 5.12 Like Metcalf, McLaurin topped 900 yards his rookie year, but unlike Metcalf, he has limited target competition; he finished hot last year, averaging 4.5 catches and 71 yards per game after Thanksgiving last season.
Round 3 One-Sentence Summaries
61 Raheem Mostert SF RB-26 7.01 6.01 Hoo boy, I need about 500 sentences to explain that Raheem Mostert isn’t going to be the bell cow that so many thinks he will be, so I’ll leave you with this: the leading RB touch-receiver in any given 49ers game had over 15 touches just eight times last season, and there is no guarantee that will be Mostert.
62 Stefon Diggs BUF WR-25 7.02 6.02 Stefon Diggs never stopped being a tremendous talent in Minnesota, but he never really fleshed with Kirk Cousins; Diggs has darkhorse 1,350 yard potential in Buffalo with Josh Allen.
63 T.Y. Hilton IND WR-26 7.03 6.03 If T.Y. Hilton’s balky hamstring will cooperate, he’s due for a bounceback in 2019; he fell off (like every other Colt) last season and his new QB (Philip Rivers) peppers his #1 wide receiver with targets.
64 D’Andre Swift DET RB-27 7.04 6.04 D’Andre Swift sits with Jonathan Taylor and J.K. Dobbins as the top-three most talented running backs in this class, and all are sitting to start the year; Swift won’t wait long, as incumbent RB Kerryon Johnson has hit the IR twice in two seasons.
65 Evan Engram NYG TE-6 7.05 6.05 Evan Engram is one of two tight ends going in the sixth round with astronomical potential held back by injury; before succumbing to a foot injury last season, Engram was the #7 tight end and he’s going as the TE6 this year with a more crowded passing game.
66 DeVante Parker MIA WR-27 7.06 6.06 After a half-decade of laughing at annual glowing August reports, he laughed back to the tune of 1,202 and 9 touchdowns; now he has no Albert Wilson and no Allen Hurns to contend with for targets.
67 Kareem Hunt CLE RB-28 7.07 6.07 Nick Chubb went down with a concussion in practice this week and we all had a gut check on our Kareem Hunt shares: he’s going about two rounds too late by ADP at this point after turning in RB2 numbers with Chubb last season.
68 Josh Allen BUF QB-7 7.08 6.08 Josh Allen feels like a slam dunk top-ten quarterback this season (because he is); adding Stefon Diggs and Zack Moss mean good things for the Bills but bad things for his 571 rushing yards and 8.5 rushing touchdowns per season (top-ten QB, not top-five).
69 Hunter Henry LAC TE-7 7.09 6.09 Tyrod Taylor and Anthony Lynn historically love to target their tight ends, and on a per-target basis, Henry is an elite talent; the only problem is that Henry has missed 20 games in the last two seasons.
70 Cam Akers LAR RB-29 7.1 6.10 Cam Akers was a top-five running back in this (very stacked) running back draft class, and he with LA’s first pick this year (second round); Darrell Henderson did not show out last year so I am intrigued by Akers’ potential as a bell cow for an offense that manufactured 14 touchdowns for Todd Gurley.
71 Rob Gronkowski TB TE-8 8.01 6.11 Everyone was extremely hyped about Rob Gronkowski on the Buccaneers, remembering 2011’s 1,327 receiving yards and 17 touchdowns, not his 682 yards, 3 touchdowns, and a medical retirement that he mustered in 2018; he’s the TE3 right now in Tampa Bay, looking up at Cameron Brate.
72 A.J. Green CIN WR-28 8.02 6.12 He missed half of 2018, all of 2019, and the beginning of training camp with various “minor” soft tissue injuries; he feels like a DO NOT DRAFT player given his recent health troubles.

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