Fantasy

Fantasy Rookies: Targets and Sleepers

Kyle Pitts will be one of the best Fantasy Rookies

Time to talk Fantasy Rookies. A new NFL Draft has gone by and all of the rookies are now meeting with their new teams in order to start training and adapting to the NFL, but if you are here you are probably wondering ‘how will they adapt to my fantasy leagues’ and that is exactly what this article is for, to try and figure out which rookies will be the best additions to your fantasy teams. In order to do that, we shall compare them with other rookies at their respective positions and create a ranking for every position. 

Without further ado, here are three targets and sleepers for every position. 

Kyle Pitts Update:
Julio’s departure from Atlanta might only be a net positive for Pitts’ fantasy productivity. He could now be considered as the WR2 in Atlanta. For perspective, Corey Davis in Tennessee last season had 984 yards in 14 games played, and Atlanta’s offense should be much more pass-oriented. I would be surprised if Pitts does not exceed 1000 receiving yards, becoming only the second TE to do so in his rookie season in NFL history.

Photo: Dale Zanine-USA TODAY Sports

Click to comment

Leave a Reply

Tu dirección de correo electrónico no será publicada.

Más populares

To Top