The 2019 NFL season has officially kicked off, and there is no time like the present to overreact to what we've seen on the field thus far. One of the best parts of playing in dynasty leagues is the yearly rookie draft. It's especially rewarding if rookies you were targeting hit right away or if rookies you were fading are off to a slow start. While a player's first game or two as a professional aren't necessarily indicative of the remainder of their career, from what I've seen so far, I'm beginning to think I was wrong on a few players.
Marquise "Hollywood" Brown, WR, BAL
I'm typically not a fan of undersized receivers, and at 5'9" and 170-pounds, Brown is definitely undersized. As concerning as his size was, I had more concerns about his injured foot coming into the league. Brown had suffered a Lisfranc injury in college which precluded him from participating in the NFL combine. The Lisfranc injury has a long history of hampering NFL players for some time and especially slows down players who rely on explosiveness. Combining the injury with his size, I didn't think Brown had a chance to succeed in the NFL, especially as a rookie.