Next Man Up: 2020 Preseason Injury Review

Football is a physical game, which centers around collisions. When you compound the size and strength of today’s professional athletes with the violence of the sport, it's truly a miracle that there are not injuries on every single play. While I would never wish harm upon anyone, injuries are an unfortunate reality of football, and with that comes their impact on fantasy. Check out the 2020 Preseason Injury Preview for updates on some of the big names in fantasy heading into the 2020 draft season!

Undervalued Rookies

This rookie class is absurdly deep. There were 6 RBs selected in the first two rounds of the NFL draft and 11 in the first three rounds. There were 6 WRs selected in the first round and another 7 selected in the 2nd round. By comparison, the previous 5 years saw an average of 3.8 RBs and 7.8 receivers in the first 2 rounds. The 2020 draft was deeper at both the RB and WR positions than recent years have been, which has pushed some exciting players down dynasty draft boards and made it difficult to make the case that it's an outrage that Player X isn’t going in the top Y picks – but damn it I’m gonna try!