So Much Depends Upon Joe Burrow: How to handle the Bengals’ skill position players

There is often a disconnect between football outcomes and fantasy football production. The disconnect has its most significant impact when assessing the change in fantasy value for players on a team that drafted their new stud quarterback. In this article, we will look at the last decade of top-16 quarterbacks and analyze why you shouldn't expect increased fantasy production from any of the Bengals skill position players in 2020. However, if you think Burrow is going to be the greatest quarterback in NFL history, then you're probably going to disagree with everything in this article.

We’re #1: Unlikely Heroes For Your 2020 Fantasy Season

This article will make a case for three players at each position who are draft day values that I believe have a chance to finish as the #1 at their respective position. Keep these underappreciated guys in mind when you miss out on one of the favorites, and you might just be surprised. Even in dynasty leagues, teams in "win now" mode should consider these aging players to lead them to the promised land even if only for a year or two.

A Chance of Dwayne: Forecasting a Deep Sleeper

I had a very high opinion of Dwayne Haskins going into the 2019 NFL Draft. With only seven starts in an unfortunate situation last year, my opinion of him has not changed. He threw for seven touchdowns and seven interceptions on a 58.6% completion percentage. Those numbers do not scream optimism, but when looking at the whole picture, it is easy to see why he struggled. Let's take a look at the situation.

Fantasy Opportunities: A look at the New York Giants

Pat Shurmur took over a talent-deficient roster last year and managed to produce five wins out of it. He spent last offseason upgrading the team and better fitting it to his needs. That only won him four games. Needless to say Shurmur and his staff no longer work for the Giants. New York replaces him at head coach with the Patriots special teams coach Joe Judge.