Do you need a quick rundown on every player drafted in your fantasy football leagues? Look no further than our round-by-round one-sentence summaries for a fantasy football crash course! Below you’ll find one-sentence blurbs for every player taken in rounds four through six in fantasy football drafts. The average draft position comes thanks to aggregation from 4for4.com. If you want to sign up for 4for4.com for more great fantasy football tools like this, please use promo code BEERSHEETS to get 25% off your signup.
Without further ado, your one-sentence summaries for the final group of 36 picks in fantasy football drafts.
One-sentence summaries by round!
1 through 3
4 through 6
7 through 9
10 through 12
2020 Fantasy Football One-Sentence Summaries, Rounds 13 through 15
Round 13 One-Sentence Summaries
|145||Jonnu Smith||TEN||TE-17||15.05||13.01||There’s a lot of buzz surrounding Jonnu Smith in fantasy football twitter, and if you want to wait and wait, Jonnu isn’t a bad target; he is one of two players on the Titans who aren’t absolutely terrible at catching the football.|
|146||Ryan Tannehill||TEN||QB-21||15.06||13.02||Only Lamar Jackson and Ryan Fitzpatrick scored more fantasy points than Ryan Tannehill after Tannehill took over as the Titans’ starter.|
|147||Golden Tate||NYG||WR-53||15.07||13.03||Tate missed the first four games due to a PED suspension, but he averaged 7.7 targets per game and had at least six targets in nine-of-eleven games.|
|148||Justin Tucker||BAL||K-1||15.08||13.04||Justin Tucker has never finished as the #1 kicker in Yahoo! standard scoring.|
|149||Kansas City Chiefs||KC||DEF-8||15.09||13.05||The mythical “team comes back late and runs up the score” never happened to the Chiefs last season, as they allowed the seventh-fewest points per game in 2019 en route to their #9 DST finish.|
|150||Kirk Cousins||MIN||QB-22||15.1||13.06||Kirk Cousins is in a three-way tie for the third-most passing touchdowns in the last three seasons, alongside Dak Prescott and Drew Brees; he’s going in the thirteenth round.|
|151||Harrison Butker||KC||K-2||16.01||13.07||Butker converted fewer than 90% of his field goal attempts, which is lower than Josh Lambo and Chris Boswell, but he had the most made field goals in the league.|
|152||N’Keal Harry||NE||WR-54||16.02||13.08||N’Keal Harry was the first wide receiver off the board in 2019, and played terribly after missing most of his year to injury; he had 29 opportunities for 154 yards last year; 2019 breakout DJ Chark had 174 yards on 32 opportunities in 2018.|
|153||Adrian Peterson||WAS||RB-50||16.03||13.09||Adrian Peterson inexplicably continues to rack up carries in Washington, and he’s averaged over 1,000 total yards each of the last two years; unless you desperately need RB35 this year, go get Bryce Love instead.|
|154||Curtis Samuel||CAR||WR-55||16.04||13.1||Curtis Samuel was #9 in air yards last season, but since most of those yards came from Kyle Allen, he ranked #63 in WR receiving yards in 2019.|
|155||Preston Williams||MIA||WR-56||16.05||13.11||An ACL injury cut Preston Williams’ rookie season short, but he had 60 targets in just eight games and solidified himself as a massive part of the Dolphins’ passing game; he should be back this year and is an amazing deep flier.|
|156||Minnesota Vikings||MIN||DEF-9||16.06||13.12||This seems far too risky after losing Everson Griffin, Linval Joseph, Trae Waynes, Mackensie Alexander, Xavier Rhodes, Stephen Weatherly, Andrew Sendejo, and Jayron Kearse… yikes.|
Round 14 One-Sentence Summaries
|157||Eric Ebron||PIT||TE-18||16.07||14.01||Tight ends not named Heath Miller average about four targets per game from Big Ben Roethlisberger, plus the young wide receivers don’t leave much leftover for Ebron.|
|158||Robby Anderson||CAR||WR-57||16.08||14.02||23 different wide receivers had at least 1,300 air yards, and Robby Anderson was one of two of those guys to not hit 800 receiving yards; the other was new teammate Curtis Samuel.|
|159||Wil Lutz||NO||K-3||16.09||14.03||Will Lutz led all kickers in field goals made between 40 and 49 yards out but tied for just the ninth-most 50+ yard field goals made last season.|
|160||Drew Lock||DEN||QB-23||16.1||14.04||Drew Lock played in just five games last year due to a thumb injury, and was inconsistent in those games; Denver added four offensive playmakers in free agency and the draft, making Lock a great breakout candidate on weaponry alone.|
|161||DeSean Jackson||PHI||WR-58||17.01||14.05||If you know one thing about DeSean Jackson this offseason, it was that he thought Hitler had some good ideas; if you know two things, it’s that he’s the only healthy veteran in a questionable wide receiver corps and could be a great value down here.|
|162||Jack Doyle||IND||TE-19||17.02||14.06||I’m giving the Colts a pass for 2019 since Andrew Luck retired immediately before the season; in 2017 and 2018, Doyle ranked as the #8 tight end in points per game.|
|163||Teddy Bridgewater||CAR||QB-24||17.03||14.07||In Teddy Bridgewater’s five starts last season, he averaged 16.72 fantasy points, which would have been QB13 last year if he had played 16 games.|
|164||Boston Scott||PHI||RB-51||17.04||14.08||Boston Scott will get plenty of opportunities to produce, as he scored three touchdowns in one game in Miles Sanders’ absence last year, and Sanders is currently “week to week” with a lower-body injury.|
|165||Anthony Miller||CHI||WR-59||17.05||14.09||I’m not sure what people see in him as a sleeper wide receiver this season; he had 6 drops in 67 catchable targets last season, and has been limited with various maladies in nearly every game he’s played in his career.|
|166||Blake Jarwin||DAL||TE-20||17.06||14.1||There’s easy math on this one as a breakout candidate in 2020: he’s likely to end up between 80-90 targets, and he is far more efficient on a per-target basis than 2019’s TE10, Jason Witten|
|167||Gardner Minshew||JAX||QB-25||17.07||14.11||Gardner Minshew was QB9 last season in games where Nick Foles didn’t play, so this feels like a no-brainer, especially in 2QB leagues.|
|168||Brandon Aiyuk||SF||WR-60||17.08||14.12||Brandon Aiyuk’s entire value is tied to whether or not Deebo Samuel plays, making the super-talented rookie nothing but a dart throw at this point.|
Round 15 One-Sentence Summaries
|169||Allen Lazard||GB||WR-61||17.09||15.01||Davante Adams is hurt and the Packers wide receiver corps is a mess; there’s a non-zero chance that Lazard gets ten targets in week one.|
|170||Larry Fitzgerald||ARI||WR-62||17.1||15.02||Larry Fitzgerald’s name is worth more than Larry Fitzgerald in fantasy leagues, especially with the Cardinals’ DeAndre Hopkins acquisition.|
|171||Michael Pittman Jr.||IND||WR-63||18.01||15.03||The Colts’ second-round rookie (no, the other second-round rookie, not Jonathan Taylor) is insanely talented and garners JuJu Smith-Schuster comparisons; he has a declining Philip Rivers and a crowded receiver room to deal with, unfortunately.|
|172||Philip Rivers||IND||QB-26||18.02||15.04||Rivers’ interception rate has increased in each of his last three seasons, and his passes are becoming increasingly labored; please do not draft Philip Rivers, even in 2QB leagues.|
|173||Breshad Perriman||NYJ||WR-64||18.03||15.05||Denzel Mims is hurt and Jamison Crowder is just a guy; if you believe in his late-season breakout and that he will see 100+ targets, he is an insane value at WR64.|
|174||Tua Tagovailoa||MIA||QB-27||18.04||15.06||Tua is a waiting game, and I do not recommend drafting waiting games in 1QB leagues if you can help it; Ryan Fitzpatrick has the lead on the starter’s job and was QB2 from week seven to the end of the year last year, suggesting he might never let go.|
|175||Chris Herndon||NYJ||TE-21||18.05||15.07||Chris Herndon is getting a ton of buzz in Jets training camp, suggesting his 2019 breakout that injuries and suspension derailed was merely put on hold.|
|176||Greg Zuerlein||DAL||K-4||18.06||15.08||“Greg the Leg” missed just one kick inside 39 yards (including point after kicks) but hit just 63% of his kicks from 40 yards or deeper (league average is 68% for these kicks)|
|177||Derek Carr||LV||QB-28||18.07||15.09||He had a 70% completion percentage last season and the Raiders added a ton of pass-catchers; I’m not drafting him in a 1QB league but he is an amazing third QB in 3QB leagues.|
|178||Los Angeles Chargers||LAC||DEF-10||18.08||15.1||They were literally the worst DST in 2019, what are you nerds doing?|
|179||O.J. Howard||TB||TE-22||18.09||15.11||This TE room is a mess with Howard, Gronk, and Cameron Brate; Bucs TEs had over 100 targets last year, but now they must divide those targets three ways, do not have anyone on your roster that has (TE – TB) next to their name.|
|180||Tampa Bay Buccaneers||TB||DEF-11||18.1||15.12||Take the Buccaneers in all your drafts: they were the #3 DST last season and return all the core pieces; Tom Brady should put them in a much better position than Jameis Winston, too.|
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