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Snyder’s NFL Best Ball Sleepers & Undervalued Players

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Quarter Backs

Lamar Jackson- Baltimore Ravens 115th ADP 20th QB

The Ravens will open up their season vs some bad defenses in the Dolphins, Cardinals, and Chiefs. These games will be crucial for Jackson to gain confidence in the passing game. Jackson topped 70 rushing yards in 5 of 7 regular season games. He totaled 17 or more points in 6 of 7 games. Jackson has legit 1,000 yard rushing upside this season. Lamar has struggled to pick up the passing offense and has many people talking down on him. His passing game is definitely a work in progress, but he has been working on his mechanics and has shown improvement so far in team activities as he picks up the offense. Baltimore added 2 fast Receivers this off-season to help him out. Jackson has serious QB1 upside in the right matchups just by rushing alone, let alone if his passing game picks up!

Josh Allen- Buffalo Bills 121st ADP 21st QB

Allen finished last season on fire! He was the QB #1 from weeks 12-17 averaging 24 points a game. Allen topped 27 points in 3 of his last 6 games in 2018. The Bills added 2 new receivers this off-season in Cole Beasley and John Brown. Beasley will be a consistent safety value out of the slot with great hands, while Brown will present the big play threat and stretch the field. The Bills also added RB TJ Yeldon. Yeldon and McCoy have big reception upside and will make big plays off of dump offs and screen passes to take some pressure off of Allen.


Running Backs

Carlos Hyde- Kansas City Chiefs 122nd ADP 46th RB

Hyde comes to Kansas City on a 1 year deal. He will start the season behind Damien Williams. Williams has never been a go to #1 RB in his 5 seasons in the league, while at Miami he averaged 3 pts per game during his 4 years there. The last 5 games in 2018 Williams only had 1 100 yard game and averaged 14.7 pts. Hyde averaged 71 yards a game in the first 4 weeks in Cleveland last season and scored 5 touchdowns. The Browns ended up trading him to the Jaguars later in the season. Hyde has been a great pass blocker and has a nose for the endzone scoring 29 touchdowns in 64 games. If Williams would go down or lose the job to Hyde he could post career high averages in this Andy Reid offense.

Justice Hill- Baltimore Ravens 169th ADP 58th RB

Hill was drafted by the Ravens in the 4th round to split time with Mark Ingram this year. At Oklahoma State Hill Ran for 1,142 yards as a Freshman beating out Chris Carson. As a Sophmore Hill put up 1,467 yards and 15 TDs, and last season in 10 games Hill rushed for 930 yards on 5.9 yards per carry and scored 9 TDs. Hill crushed the combine putting up #2 SPARQ score among RBs. He ran a 4.4 40 and had a 40″ Vertical Jump which put him in a category with Saquon Barkley as the 2nd RB to accomplish the 2 stats in the last 15 years. Hill’s speed should combo well with Jackson putting the defense in some tough spots, and if Ingram would happen to go down Hill has RB1 upside with the Ravens.


Wide Receivers

Christian Kirk- Arizona Cardinals 96th ADP 36th WR

Before getting injured in Week 13 Kirk was 2nd among rookie WRs in points scored. Kirk had 43 catches on 68 targets for 590 yards with 3 TDs. Kirk injured his foot last season, but he is ahead of schedule in his rehab process and looks forward to joining the team for OTAs. Last season Kirk had a 19% target market share and 24% air yard market share. Only Courtland Sutton had a higher market share for rookies. Kirk will also be getting big upgrades in both head coaching and at Quarterback. Rosen and Bradford combined for the 4th worst team passer rating in the last 5 years. Kirk should lead the team in yards and catches this season and the up tempo offense Kingsbury looks to run should have Kirk seeing upwards of 120-130 targets.

Parris Campbell- Indianapolis Colts 141st ADP 52nd WR

Campbell turned heads at the combine running a 4.31 40, which tied for fastest time ran by a WR. The colts selected Campbell in the 2nd round. The production gap last season in Indy between TY Hilton and the rest of the team really sticks out. Hilton averaged 10.6 yards per target vs 6.9 yards per target for the rest of the team. Hilton had 22 catches for 20+ yards vs 14 for the rest of the team. Campbell was electric with the ball in his hands at Ohio State last year putting up 90 catches for 1,063 yards and 12 TDs. Campbell should thrive on the turf opposite of Hilton with Andrew Lucky throwing him the ball.


Tight End

TJ Hockenson- Detroit Lions 133rd ADP 15th TE

Hockenson is coming off a big year at Iowa last season, which seen him catch 49 passes for 760 yards and 6 TDs. He averaged crazy 15.5 yards per catch last season and won the Macky Award for Best Tight End. Hockenson dominated the combine showing he is a very athletic player. The Lions pretty much got nothing out of their tight ends last season. Therefore they drafted Hockenson in the 1st round as the 8th pick. By spending such a high pick on him they plan to really emphasize him in 2019 with Stafford. The Lions will have more targets up for grabs after trading away Golden Tate last year.

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