Not much to say here. It's not like head coach Kyle Shanahan is on the hot seat after making the Super Bowl. He also doesn't have an offensive coordinator that can be poached as Shanahan is his own offensive coordinator. Defensive coordinator Robert Saleh was considered a head coaching candidate elsewhere, but wound up staying put.
The most recent question to take fantasy football by storm is, “What do I do about Deebo Samuel and what does his injury mean for my team?” This article has got you covered; we provide you with an in depth breakdown of what exactly a Jones fracture is, how it happens, why it is so common amongst NFL wide receivers, how some have recovered, and what it might mean for Deebo going forward. Let us know what you think by reaching out on twitter to @kallen_4 and @M_Walt_10!
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.
Garoppolo's career with the 49ers has been a bit of a mixed bag before the 2019 season. In 2017, he was traded mid-season and started the final five games of the season for the 49ers. During that stretch, he led the 49ers to a 5-0 record. While those wins looked meaningless outside of destroying the Niners draft position, it gave the franchise a taste of what could be with Garoppolo under center.
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!