Focus: The best and worst of the 2021 fords in fantasy
For all the focus on what it will take to win this season, we’re not sure which of the new players will truly make a splash.
There are still so many intriguing options to watch.
With that in mind, let’s look at the 2023 additions for the top five fantasy teams.
(Note: we’re only considering players who have been in the league since the start of 2017.)1.
St. Louis Rams: Jared Goff, QB, Cal State Fullerton The Rams are expected to be very successful with the help of Jared Goff.
The rookie QB is currently the league’s leading passer and has an elite receiving corps.
He’s the only quarterback in the class who will be the starter and will be expected to take a huge leap forward this season.
If the Rams can keep Goff healthy and his offense in check, he will be a very good fantasy starter.2.
Atlanta Falcons: Marqise Lee, WR, Clemson The Falcons have a talented and exciting receiver corps that has a ton of potential.
However, with a very small roster, there’s little to no chance that the receivers will break out and make an impact in the NFL.3.
New Orleans Saints: Corey Coleman, RB, North Carolina State Coleman was the No. 1 running back for the Saints before injuries took a toll on his status.
He has had issues staying healthy and has struggled to keep up with the NFL’s elite.4.
Kansas City Chiefs: Leonard Fournette, RB (WR), LSU Fournett is the second-leading rusher in the draft and has a lot of talent.
However the Chiefs offense struggles to get the most out of him.
His potential is huge for the Chiefs.5.
Miami Dolphins: Jake Butt, TE, Michigan State Butt has tremendous upside and is likely to be a top-10 pick.
However there’s no guarantee he’ll be a starter this season and he’s been inconsistent throughout his college career.6.
Chicago Bears: Jalen Ramsey, CB, Ohio State Ramsey is a cornerback prospect that could be a first-round pick and will likely be a backup this season as well.
He’ll have to work hard to stay on the field as a true cornerback.7.
Philadelphia Eagles: Kenny Golladay, WR/KR, Oklahoma State Gollady has great size and speed.
However he can be beaten for big plays.
He could struggle to stay healthy, especially in the red zone.8.
Seattle Seahawks: Shaq Thompson, DT, Stanford Thompson has a chance to be the best defensive tackle in the first round and could be the next player to emerge.
However that could take time.9.
Dallas Cowboys: Aaron Murray, OT, Murray is a versatile tackle who will probably have to step up to replace Zack Martin.10.
New York Jets: Jonathan Allen, DT/DE, Alabama Allen has a big upside and has the potential to be one of the best edge rushers in the 2017 draft.11.
San Diego Chargers: DeAndre Hopkins, WR (WR/KR), Clemson Hopkins has the speed and the physical gifts to be an All-Pro.
However his injury history is a concern and he could struggle at times.12.
Oakland Raiders: Jourdan Lewis, CB/S, Michigan Lewis has potential to play cornerback, but his play is inconsistent.13.
Green Bay Packers: Deontay Burnett, LB/DE/DE The Packers are in desperate need of help at linebacker and the best available is probably Terrance Knighton.14.
Arizona Cardinals: Deandre Hopkins, TE (WR, Louisville) Hopkins has some of the biggest receiving potential in this class and has been the team’s leading receiver since the beginning of the season.
However a shoulder injury has hampered him in the past.15.
Philadelphia Patriots: Ryan Nassib, S, Miami Nassib is a safety prospect that might be the NFL leader in interceptions.16.
Denver Broncos: Corey Davis, RB/WR (WR) Davis is a running back prospect who should get plenty of time on the offensive side of the ball this season after starting just five games as a rookie.17.
Chicago Ravens: Shaquille Barrett, CB (CB/S), Clemson Barrett has great athleticism and size.
However you don’t need to know his playbook to understand how he can succeed in the pro game.18.
Pittsburgh Steelers: David Njoku, RB Florida State Njoku is an athletic back who has the size and size to be in the top 10 in this draft.19.
Cleveland Browns: Jordan Wilkins, DT (NT/DE) Wilkins has tremendous potential to become a dominant defensive end and could eventually be a franchise player.20.
Washington Redskins: Marcus Peters, DE (DE) Peters is an outstanding athlete with tremendous athletic ability and a tremendous understanding of the defensive scheme.21.
New England Patriots: Kevin King, DE,