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Dynasty Fantasy Football Decision: Would You Rather Marquise Brown or Jameson Williams?

Which of these young receivers would you prefer in your dynasty leagues?

Marquise Brown and Jameson Williams

Which of these young receivers would you prefer in your dynasty leagues?

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Dynasty Fantasy Football Decision: Would You Rather Marquise Brown or Jameson Williams?
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qwengler
30 days ago

Can someone explain why toggling to superflex would yield any difference in value when comparing these two? Doesn’t make sense how it’s close in 1-QB, and then it flips and the other is way with a drastic difference in value in 2-QB. Seems like an issue with the trade analyzer, unless there is something im overlooking

Mark Boutot
28 days ago

I agree here with the poll results and analysis as well. I think Brown will settle in as a high WR2, possibly a low WR1 (although not quite a top 6 kinda guy) in Arizona IF things remain the same; that is if Murray is still the QB and Kingsbury with his “Air Raid” offense is still the HC in a few years. I would easily take that fairly known, expected quantity in Brown’s production vs the potentially higher ceiling of Williams. At the very least, I would say it will take at least two years, possibly more, for Williams to truly hit his ceiling, which, for argument’s sake, I would say is expected to be higher than Brown’s ceiling. What we know right now is that he (Williams) has his injury to overcome, he has an average-at-best QB to overcome, then he also has the “Lions’ Mystique” to overcome although playing on a team that projects to be playing from behind quite a bit can yield a ton of fantasy points.

In addition, take any rolling 5-year, 7, 8, 10-year period and look at the WRs drafted in the 1st round. At best, over any one of those periods, you have a 50-50 hit rate. Now, that doesn’t mean this year will play out like that; it could be ALL SIX of the 1st Round WRs have very productive careers. However, history shows that 50-50 hit rate while right now we know Brown has proven himself, over his first three seasons, to be a successful 1st round-drafted WR. I mean, hell, let’s look directly at Brown’s own class, 2019. Only two WRs were drafted in the 1st round, Marquise Brown at #25 and N’Keal Harry at #32. There’s your 50% hit rate right there. I choose to take the known quantity, a two to three-year vet over the hopes and dreams of that “shiny new car”, the rookie WR.

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