Fantasy Football 2022 One-Sentence Summaries: Rounds 10 through 12

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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 ten through twelve in fantasy football drafts. The average draft position comes thanks to aggregation from

Rounds 1-3
Rounds 4-6
Rounds 7-9
Rounds 10-12
Rounds 13-15

Round 10 One-Sentence Summaries
ADP Player Team Position ADP One-Sentence Summary
109 Mike Gesicki MIA TE-12 10.01 Rumor has it that the new Miami staff wants him to play in-line more, even though he’s terrible at that and he has the fifth-most TE targets since 2019.
110 James Cook BUF RB-38 10.02 There’s a lot of hubbub about James Cook’s upside as a pass-catching back, but if Devin Singletary goes down, we could see what he’s really capable of.
111 Treylon Burks TEN WR-46 10.03 Burks is the #2 wide receiver in the Titans’ first unofficial depth chart, rankling some of the fantasy football Illuminati; this same coaching staff put A.J. Brown behind Tajae Sharpe in the same situation.
112 Kadarius Toney NYG WR-47 10.04 Toney had 189 yards in week five last year, and never topped 80 yards the rest of the year; since 2000, 23 rookie receivers had at least one game of 150 receiving yards, but only eight had at least 180 yards.
113 Michael Carter NYJ RB-39 10.05 Carter was a part-time back in college, and the Jets drafted his replacement; he’s nothing more than a handcuff (especially considering Zach Wilson threw to RBs only 17% of the time last year).
114 Garrett Wilson NYJ WR-48 10.06 Wilson was the first wide receiver off of the board, and has been matched up against Sauce Gardner, who many had as the top CB in the draft; taking him is a hope that iron sharpened iron.
115 James Robinson JAX RB-40 10.07 James Robinson joins Cam Akers in miraculous Achilles tear comebacks, getting work with the first team; he’s still leagues behind Travis Etienne in talent level.
116 Ronald Jones KC RB-41 10.08 I will not besmirch his name, but he’s behind Isiah Pacheco in the most important metric of all (twitter hype tweets) despite being the best pure runner on the Chiefs.
117 Hunter Henry NE TE-13 10.09 Henry is quietly one of the most efficient and consistent tight ends in all of fantasy football, and getting him here is like getting Kirk Cousins late.
118 Alexander Mattison MIN RB-42 10.10 Mattison has a new coaching staff, but he has been a pure handcuff in his career with a healthy Dalvin Cook (6 rush attempts,1 reception for 32 yards per game in Cook games)
119 Tua Tagovailoa MIA QB-16 10.11 Tua is out of excuses with Terron Armstead, Tyreek Hill, Mike McDaniel, Cedrick Wilson, and Chase Edmonds all there to help him improve; but 78 rush attempts for 237 yards (10.1 rushing yards per game) in his career severely narrow his margin for error.
120 Tyler Boyd CIN WR-49 10.12 His only sin is being not as good as Tee Higgins & Ja’Marr Chase, two of the best wide receivers in the league; if anything happens to either, he has 1,000-yard upside.
Round 11 One-Sentence Summaries
ADP Player Team Position ADP One-Sentence Summary
121 Marquez Valdes-Scantling KC WR-50 11.01 Since MVS entered the league, 105 wide receivers have at least 100 catchable targets (per, and MVS has 160 with a 9.3% drop rate, which puts him between Chester Rogers and Kenny Stills for the tenth-highest drop rate.
122 Justin Fields CHI QB-17 11.02 Fields has all the talent in the world but we are in a situation where the Bears might lose N’Keal Harry’s services, and it’s a blow to the receiver corps; outside of Darnell Mooney, it’s a complete mess, which will destroy Fields’ 2022 fantasy value.
123 Darrell Henderson LAR RB-43 11.03 Prior to his injury last year, Henderson averaged 18 opportunities for 82 yards per game, and Cam Akers looked like warmed-over garbage when he returned.
124 Mecole Hardman KC WR-51 11.04 Hardman has had his chance to be good in Kansas City, and all camp reports have hyped JuJu Smith-Schuster, Skyy Moore, and Marquez Valdes-Scantling, but not Hardman.
125 Skyy Moore KC WR-52 11.05 Speaking of Skyy Moore, he is showing up to be an incredibly athletic weapon for Patrick Mahomes and is the non-JuJu Chiefs receiver to draft and is definitely worth a dart throw.
126 Nyheim Hines IND RB-44 11.06 Frank Reich is hyping Nyheim Hines, and he’s one of four backs to get at least 50 targets and 50 carries each of the last four years (Austin Ekeler, Ezekiel Elliott, and Alvin Kamara).
127 Cole Kmet CHI TE-14 11.07 There is legitimately nowhere else to throw the ball in Chicago after Darnell Mooney; the third-year receiver had 93 targets last year, and 133 is well within his grasp.
128 Deshaun Watson CLE QB-18 11.08 Deshaun Watson is eating somewhere between six games and the whole season, and he isn’t a good person; you can win without him.
129 Christian Watson GB WR-53 11.09 Watson is a metric-for-metric (including drops!) clone of Marquez Valdes-Scantling, so do with that what you will.
130 Michael Gallup DAL WR-54 11.10 Gallup is dealing with an ACL tear, and isn’t going to be ready for week one; the Cowboys desperately need weapons, making whenever he shows up a potential dividing line in the Cowboys’ season.
131 Irv Smith Jr. MIN TE-15 11.11 Irv Smith Jr. is fine as an NFL player, but fantasy football players are too over their skis regarding his upside, especially considering Thielen was fifth in five-zone targets per game over the last two seasons.
132 Dameon Pierce HOU RB-45 11.12 Dameon Pierce is reportedly the lead running back in camp, but I don’t know what we are supposed to do with a muddled backfield on a bad offense.
Round 12 One-Sentence Summaries
ADP Player Team Position ADP One-Sentence Summary
133 Jakobi Meyers NE WR-55 12.01 Meyers may or may not have been bumped down the depth chart with the Patriots adding DeVante Parker, but he ranked 20th in targets last year.
134 Trevor Lawrence JAX QB-19 12.02 Trevor Lawrence’s upside is that it’s a spicy take that he will be a top-12 quarterback in 2023 fantasy football drafts; in a 1QB league, you can do better than that at the position.
135 Jarvis Landry NO WR-56 12.03 I saw Landry as a real-life handcuff for Michael Thomas’s ankle injury; now that Thomas is back in full, I don’t see a reason to draft Landry.
136 DeVante Parker NE WR-57 12.04 Parker might just be the best wide receiver in New England, but for Hunter Henry, Jakobi Meyers, and Parker to all have fantasy relevance, the Patriots will need to give about 70% of their targets to those three guys.
137 Noah Fant SEA TE-16 12.05 Noah Fant spent his career with an iffy quarterback and two stud wide receivers on a defense & run-first Broncos team, none of that has changed with the Seahawks.
138 Marlon Mack HOU RB-46 12.06 I was in on Marlon Mack before realizing I was doing the stupidest thing possible: believing in a player on the Houston Texans not named Brandin Cooks.
139 Kenny Golladay NYG WR-58 12.07 Golladay is completely cooked with the Giants, and he and New York will likely find a way to mutually part ways this offseason.
140 Mac Jones NE QB-20 12.08 Mac Jones and Matt Ryan are the last solid quarterbacks before we start to get weird with it, they are great in 2QB leagues but virtually undraftable in 1QB leagues.
141 Matt Ryan IND QB-21 12.09 This is because they have solid-but-unspectacular upside, but later QBs have top-ten upside (yes I cheated and made one thought into two players).
142 Albert Okwuegbunam DEN TE-17 12.10 Albert O will be A-OK with the Broncos, especially in the wake of the Tim Patrick injury; a lot have made a lot of hubbub about Greg Dulcich but he likely does not matter.
143 Isaiah Spiller LAC RB-47 12.11 Spiller is the Austin Ekeler handcuff in Los Angeles, and will likely sweep away all the flotsam and jetsam behind the stud RB; Spiller is a must-draft as a handcuff.
144 Tim Patrick DEN WR-59 12.12 Rest in Peace, Timmy P; he tore his ACL and will miss all of 2022.
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