Fantasy Football 2020 One-Sentence Summaries: Rounds 10 through 12

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

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2020 Fantasy Football One-Sentence Summaries, Rounds 10 through 12

Round 10 One-Sentence Summaries
109 Matthew Stafford DET QB-13 11.09 10.01 Before Matthew Stafford suffered a back fracture, he led the league in passing yards per game, was second in passing touchdowns per game, and fifth in yards per attempt; he isn’t being drafted as a starting quarterback by ADP.
110 Sony Michel NE RB-40 11.1 10.02 27 running backs touched the ball at least 200 times last season, and Sony Michel was the only one to gain fewer than four yards per touch; also, he’s hurt, Cam is probably the goal-line back, and the team brought in Lamar Miller & is hyping Damien Harris.
111 Darius Slayton NYG WR-41 12.01 10.03 Targets are not guaranteed given the WR depth chart, but he averaged 78 yards per game in the six games where he had over five targets last year.
112 Jerry Jeudy DEN WR-42 12.02 10.04 There are some who believe that Jerry Jeudy will lead the Broncos in targets, but given the depth of the wide receivers and Courtland Sutton’s talent, it’s likely something that doesn’t emerge until the second half of the year.
113 Emmanuel Sanders NO WR-43 12.03 10.05 Emmanuel Sanders is undoubtedly the best WR2 in New Orleans in a long time, but over the last three seasons, the WR2 in New Orleans averages just 3.5 targets per game
114 New England Patriots NE DEF-5 12.04 10.06 Don’t’a Hightower and Patrick Chung both opted out, meaning the Patriots’ defense likely won’t be as good as it was last year; don’t draft a defense in the tenth round.
115 Latavius Murray NO RB-41 12.05 10.07 Latavius Murray played over 50% of snaps three times in 2019, and he averaged 127 yards per game while scoring 4 touchdowns.
116 Henry Ruggs LV WR-44 12.06 10.08 The closest player the 2019 Raiders had to Ruggs was Tyrell Williams, and before plantar fasciitis derailed his season, Williams averaged 4.3 receptions for 54 yards and a touchdown per game while getting 7 targets in three-of-four games.
117 John Brown BUF WR-45 12.07 10.09 John Brown had a lot of WR3 appeal last season as a floor play due to being the only game in town for Josh Allen targets, then the Bills went out and got Stefon Diggs.
118 Cam Newton NE QB-14 12.08 10.1 Cam Newton averages 8.6 rushing touchdowns per year in seasons without Christian McCaffrey, and the Patriots are lacking a true goal-line back in 2020.
119 Mike Gesicki MIA TE-14 12.09 10.11 The Dolphins lost about 100 targets and have just DeVante Parker, Preston Williams and Gesicki as their receiving corps; it’s hard to chop up the Dolphins’ passing game in a way that doesn’t end up with Gesicki getting Darren Waller-esque target volume.
120 Alexander Mattison MIN RB-42 12.1 10.12 Alexander Mattison had the same yards per carry as Saquon Barkley in 2019, and a higher YPC than teammate Dalvin Cook.
Round 11 One-Sentence Summaries
121 T.J. Hockenson DET TE-15 13.01 11.01 T.J. Hockenson had a less-than-stellar rookie year after smashing the Cardinals for 131 yards and a touchdown in week one; he had 26 receptions for 236 yards in the remaining 11 games he played last season.
122 Darrell Henderson LAR RB-43 13.02 11.02 Darrell Henderson has a positive EPA (expected points added) on 37% of his career touches and the Rams used their first pick on a running back.
123 Ke’Shawn Vaughn TB RB-44 13.03 11.03 Ke’Shawn Vaughn’s only positive stat was that he was great at pass-blocking in college; everything else (including not getting coronavirus) favors Ronald Jones II
124 Mecole Hardman KC WR-46 13.04 11.04 If you flashback one year, people thought that Mecole Hardman would come in and smash in the Tyreek Hill role because of where the Chiefs drafted him; he didn’t do that, but try to keep that energy for this sleeper in your drafts.
125 Jamison Crowder NYJ WR-47 13.05 11.05 Jamison Crowder has to contend with a more crowded wide receiver group, but he quietly had more targets than Chris Godwin, Amari Cooper, and D.J. Chark last season (122).
126 Sterling Shepard NYG WR-48 13.06 11.06 In a topsy-turvy year in the Giants’ receiving corps, Shepard returned WR3 or better value in 50% of his games last season; unfortunately, his career-high is WR3 or better in 57% of games
127 Zack Moss BUF RB-45 13.07 11.07 Before proving himself unworthy of the touches, Frank Gore averaged 14.2 touches per game in Buffalo last season; the Bills stated they wanted to give Moss a Frank Gore workload
128 Daniel Jones NYG QB-15 13.08 11.08 Daniel Jones fumbled the ball 18 times in 15 games, but tied for second with three four-touchdown games last year; he’s my 2020 version of 2019 Josh Allen.
129 Baker Mayfield CLE QB-16 13.09 11.09 Baker Mayfield set the rookie touchdown passing record two seasons ago and didn’t forget how to play football; this year could be make-or-break for his future fantasy value, however.
130 Joe Burrow CIN QB-17 13.1 11.1 If Joe Burrow passes for 4,375 yards and 28 touchdowns, he will break the rookie records for both of those statistics; however, his rushing production gives him a higher upside than that.
131 Mike Williams LAC WR-49 14.01 11.11 Before Mike Williams and Robert Woods did it in 2019, only 16 wide receivers in NFL history had over 1,000 receiving yards and two or fewer touchdowns; expect that second number to change as Mike Williams scored 10 times in 2018.
132 Derrius Guice RB-46 14.02 11.12 Derrius Guice has two rape accusations on top of his domestic abuse allegations; he’s a truly abhorrent person and isn’t even worth a flier as his NFL career is likely over.
Round 12 One-Sentence Summaries
133 Ben Roethlisberger PIT QB-18 14.03 12.01 Big Ben Roethlisberger is currently recovering from elbow surgery and short-arming pass attempts in practice; he’s played a full season just four times in sixteen years.
134 Jalen Reagor PHI WR-50 14.04 12.02 Some call him the wide receiver in this class with the best opportunity to produce out of the gate; given that the Eagles started Deontay Burnett and Greg Ward in the playoffs, I’m inclined to agree.
135 Jimmy Garoppolo SF QB-19 14.05 12.03 Handsome James Garoppolo helmed the NFC Champions, who scored the second-most points per game in the league; he carried the #1 deep ball completion percentage, #2 pressured completion percentage all while having the second-most dropped passes in the league.
136 Dallas Goedert PHI TE-16 14.06 12.04 The Eagles needed Goedert to step up last season and he heeded the call; he was a top-12 TE in more than half his games and is primed for a big breakout.
137 Antonio Gibson WAS RB-47 14.07 12.05 There’s a lot of buzz surrounding rookie Antonio Gibson, to the point that I am backing off of him; he averaged just over 4 touches per game in JuCo and at Memphis.
138 Jared Goff LAR QB-20 14.08 12.06 Jared Goff finished with over 4,600 passing yards for the second-straight season, but a brutal stretch in the middle of the year limited him to just 22 passing touchdowns; he’s an upside dart throw in 2020.
139 Chicago Bears CHI DEF-6 14.09 12.07 Don’t draft a defense yet. Period.
140 Tony Pollard DAL RB-48 14.1 12.08 I’m of the firm belief that at some point this season, Ezekiel Elliott is going down with an injury; if that happens, Pollard is an “empty your FAAB” type of guy.
141 Sammy Watkins KC WR-51 15.01 12.09 Watkins scored 37.8 fantasy points in week one last season, and he didn’t score his 37.8 points combined in weeks two through twelve.
142 Justin Jefferson MIN WR-52 15.02 12.1 The Vikings traded a guy who averaged 7.6 targets per game and used the pick to snatch up Justin Jefferson and add no real other pass catchers; the opportunity is immense.
143 New Orleans Saints NO DEF-7 15.03 12.11 See also: Chicago Bears
144 Duke Johnson HOU RB-49 15.04 12.12 David Johnson has played fewer than 60% of snaps in 27 games out of the 49 possible games since the clock ticked over to January 1, 2017; Duke Johnson is the only other running back on the Texans’ roster worth anything.

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