Arizona Cardinals- DeAndre Hopkins WR
Hopkins led the way for the Texans receiving wise in 2019 and would’ve led the Cardinals last year as well. Hopkins caught 104 passes for 1,165 yards, seven touchdowns and averaged 11.2 yards per catch. In Houston, it seemed like Hopkins was the only one getting covered and focused on throughout the game. So with a solid receiving core in Arizona, look for Hopkins to be much more open and have his best season yet with Kyler Murray.
Los Angeles Rams- Cooper Kupp WR
in 2019 he led the team in receptions, receiving yards and touchdown receptions and that was coming off a torn ACL. Despite the Rams’ offense being filled with dangerous weapons, Kupp found the way to make himself open when the Rams needed to move the chains, score touchdowns and generate positive yardage on offense. Despite multiple gifted receivers, talented tight ends, and eager running backs, Kupp will be the go-to-guy.
San Francisco 49ers- D/ST
ESPN has the San Francisco D/ST ranked second among all defenses in the league and for good reason. DeForest Buckner has been traded away, but his replacement Javon Kinlaw was drafted in the opening round of the 2020 NFL Draft thereafter. The Nick Bosa-led band of chaos makers tallied 45 sacks setting a single-season record for the most sacks by a collection of first-round picks, according to NFL Research. So, don’t
look forward to them slowing down.
Seattle Seahawks- Russell Wilson QB
For the second time in three years, Russell Wilson was a top-three quarterback in fantasy football. It is insane that he is able to do this with a run-heavy offense, but it helps with how consistent he is on his throws. Heading into next season, it would be smart to expect an increase in Russell Wilson’s passing numbers. Part of this increase is based on the expected improvement of phenom wide receiver D.K. Metcalf, who already shattered expectations last season, and the addition of Greg Olsen.