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Episode 2.33

2019 AFC South WR and TE Preview


The Fantasy Foresight Team is back with another preview episode. This time we focus on the pass-catchers in the AFC South.


Tight Ends:

Eric Ebron – ADP TE7. Total Foresight rank TE4. Ebron finished 2018 as the overall TE 4. However, in the three years previously he finished outside of the Top 12, and, in 2018, his targets were very high because Jack Doyle was limited due to injury. With Jack Doyle back and additional pass catchers added at WR, it is highly unlikely that Ebron will not have the same level of performance from 2018.

Delanie Walker – ADP TE13. Total Foresight rank TE15. Walker only played in one game in 2018. He is getting to the end of his career. It would be awesome if he has a bounce back season, but there are probably other options at the TE position around this time in the draft.

Jack Doyle – ADP TE17. Total Foresight rank TE16. He only played in 6 games in 2018, however, when he is healthy, he does out-snap Ebron. If he can stay healthy, his price is great. If you want an Indy Tight End, the value is in Doyle at the end of your draft.


Wide Receivers:

DeAndre Hopkins – ADP WR1. Total Foresight rank WR4. 2018’s WR1. Nuk is an elite WR worth paying an elite price for.

T.Y. Hilton – ADP WR12. Total Foresight rank WR13. Great Savage Score strength of schedule. T.Y. is a consistent producer at the back of the WR1 rankings. The only season he didn’t finish in that WR1 to WR2 range was the year Luck was out. If Luck is healthy, this is an appropriate ADP. However, after this Pod was recorded, there have been questions around Luck’s health for 2019. This may impact T.Y.’s ADP.

Will Fuller – ADP WR33. Total Foresight rank WR50. Will Fuller finished in the WR60 range three years in a row. His health is a big impact on this as he cannot stay on the field for a full season. We do not see this as reasonable ADP.

Corey Davis – AD WR39. Total Foresight rank WR35. 2018’s WR28, and he played in all 16 games. Granted, this offense was not exactly lighting it up last year, but Corey Davis is still the main guy and you are getting him in the 9th round. There is potential upside at this point in the draft.

Dede Westbrook – ADP WR40. Total Foresight rank WR36. We see even more upside for Dede than Corey Davis. He played in all 16 games in 2018. Finished as WR33 in 2018 despite being on a terrible offensive team. Nick Foles should be a major improvement over Blake Bortles which should benefit Westbrook.

Keke Coutee – ADP WR45. Another Houston WR who couldn’t stay on the field in 2018. It’s not a huge investment, but there are other options around the same price point including DK Metcalf and Curtis Samuel.

Parris Campbell – ADP WR52. Total Foresight rank WR60. The rookie out of THE Ohio State University is well liked here at Total Foresight as we are proudly home-ers. There are a lot of mouths to feed in Indy though, and rookie WRs rarely start the season strong. This may be someone to watch out for later in the season after someone else drafts him and then drops him early. Other options around this point could be better including Tyrell Williams, Donte Moncrief, and his Indy teammate, Devin Funchess.

Devin Funchess - ADP WR54. Total Foresight rank WR47. Moving from the Panthers to the Colts should present some upside for Devin Funchess. The price is probably okay for Devin and the potential to see him improve over last year’s numbers.


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