Sutton has done everything the Broncos have asked through his first two years in the league. He is the team's WR1, and he looks to be the go-to target for Drew Lock in his second year. In 2018, his rookie year, Sutton finished as WR51 in 0.5 PPR leagues. Last year, Sutton jumped all the way up to WR19. That is precisely the kind of ascent a fantasy manager looks for when projecting a future WR1 in fantasy football.
A must-read deep dive into the NFC West's fantasy outlook in 2020.
Though 2019 was a somewhat disappointing year for the Rams, Sean McVay remains firmly entrenched as the head coach. Defensive coordinator Wade Phillips was not so lucky. Despite his defense actually improving over 2018, Phillips was not renewed after his contract ended. The Rams instead bring in former Broncos LB coach Brandon Staley to be their new DC.
Drafting rookies is as much about landing spot as it is about talent and potential. Let's take a look at six rookie wide receivers and decide whether or not we should draft or fade.