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Rookies Who Landed in the Best Situations

We examine some ideal landing spots for dynasty-relevant rookies.

Trey Sermon

We examine some ideal landing spots for dynasty-relevant rookies.


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Rookies Who Landed in the Best Situations
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Zac Llewellyn
1 year ago

Not sure how you just write off Josh Reynolds as the WR2 in Tennessee. I think the fact he had 11 less targets than CD working behind Kupp and Woods is actually positive for his outlook. And their 2nd round pick Van Jefferson never really challenged him for those looks either. So I have a hard time presuming a 4th rounder that was really on no one’s radar comes in and earns those reps over him.

Darren Anderson
Reply to  Tyler Justin Karp
1 year ago

Why do you keep calling Reynolds a Jag??

Jack Wenner
Reply to  Darren Anderson
1 year ago

Abbreviation for “Just Another Guy”

Reply to  Jack Wenner
1 year ago

JAG = Just a guy

Reply to  Tyler Justin Karp
1 year ago

I mean, I hear you that he isn’t “special,” but wow. He played behind two much better WRs and still had flex value. Now he’s going to a team with a ton of vacated targets and he’s written off? I feel like you’re kind of willfully ignoring that TN brought him in and then purposefully held off on drafting a WR till the fourth. That sounds like they’re perfectly happy with their WR options. This may prove to be a pretty bizarre take in a few months…

Edit: I forgot about Cooks. So at points, behind THREE much better WRs. I just…I dunno about this one.

Last edited 1 year ago by Littlewing745
Klay Niltasuan
Reply to  Zac Llewellyn
1 year ago

I can see the point he is trying to make about opportunity, but let’s be honest it’s the Henry show in Tennessee. Tanehill has been on fire since arriving but I could easily see Brown being the only fantasy relevant wr there unless you’re in a really deep league.

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