Chris Godwin serving Fantasy Football profit

Chris Godwin is one of the more profitable receivers available in 2019 Fantasy Football drafts.
Chris Godwin

I hopped on the Tampa Bay Buccaneers bandwagon the minute Bruce Arians was named head coach. I’m buying everything about this offense, from on-the-rise coordinator Byron Leftwich to mercurial quarterback Jameis Winston and the Mike Evans-Chris Godwin-O.J. Howard pass-catching trio in between. 

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Michael Thomas a prime Fantasy Football fade

Michael Thomas will produce a disappointing return to those who sink a first-round investment into him.
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Michael Thomas was dominant in 2018, it’s no surprise he’s a popular draft pick heading into the upcoming season. However, there are a number of reasons I’m fading him completely at his current average draft position.

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Wide Receiver Tiers: Mike Evans, Odell Beckham Jr.

Mike Evans edges Odell Beckham Jr. to round out my top 10.
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Mike Evans and Odell Beckham Jr. enter 2019 in situations expected to be conducive to production. Wide receiver tiers and rankings generally express this sentiment, but not quite to a degree that captures the profitable ceilings of each.

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Wide Receiver Rankings: DeAndre Hopkins heads trio

DeAndre Hopkins leads a dominant trio of wide receivers.
DeAndre Hopkins leads a dominant trio of wide receivers heading into 2019.

Once the top three (or four) running backs are off the board, the conventional move has been to look toward the perimeter. Wide receiver rankings have DeAndre Hopkins, Julio Jones and Davante Adams situated as the top three options.

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