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Rookie Wide Receiver Dynasty Reactions: Jaylen Waddle and Amon-Ra St. Brown

We look at two players who had impressive rookie seasons but will now have more competition in the receiver room.

Jaylen Waddle

First things first, I must apologize for the delayed release of this article. The editing process was complicated with dynamic news and updates surrounding these players and I aimed to stay as up-to-date as possible!

As I have mentioned in the other articles, after a fantasy football season, we should be taking a look at the hopefully rising rookies in the NFL and think about their dynasty fantasy football futures. Thus far, I have written about five rookie quarterbacks, four rookie running backs, and three rookie receivers.

This week, we are wrapping up the rookie receiver review with two more players...

Jaylen Waddle, MIA

NFL Draft Pick: Round one, sixth overall

The Dolphins shocked the league when they selected Waddle at number six overall in the NFL Draft with DeVonta Smith still on the board. Waddle put up solid numbers in college but what NFL teams and fantasy football players were enticed by was his speed. His ability to fly by defenders with his quick feet and pure lateral speed had people in a trance.


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Rookie Wide Receiver Dynasty Reactions: Jaylen Waddle and Amon-Ra St. Brown
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11 months ago

Thanks for the comprehensive read, Hutchinson! I agree with your take on ARSB and I think it’s also worth noting that he was getting open and producing when he was clearly the only offensive weapon. He should easily be able to get open with Swift and Hock back. I’m hearing a lot of ARSB to Higbee comps which I feel is completely inaccurate. Higbee had been in the league and was an underused veteran in a system that doesn’t regularly use the TE. Rookie WR’s often take a season or two, let alone half a season to break out, especially given how many pieces were new in Detroit and a new system. I don’t think he’ll be a 25 point a week player but if his floor is 15 with 25 point upside and I got that in the late 3rd round of my rookie draft, I’m good holding. Thanks again!

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