Alvin Kamara was drafted 67th overall by the New Orleans Saints. From a fantasy football perspective, Kamara joins an excellent offense, but a muddled backfield. His presence hurts veteran running back options Mark Ingram and Adrian Peterson, and his own short-term opportunity isn’t clear. We’ll break that down in detail, but let’s first
JuJu Smith-Schuster was drafted 62nd overall by the Pittsburgh Steelers, joining an already potent passing offense led by Ben Roethlisberger and Antonio Brown. This pick is extremely intriguing given Martavis Bryant’s recent conditional reinstatement and Sammie Coates’s continued inconsistencies.
Curtis Samuel was drafted 40th overall by the Carolina Panthers and will catch passes from Cam Newton. An offensive weapon in the mold of Tyreek Hill, Samuel should add an explosive element to the Panthers offense.
Dalvin Cook was drafted 41st overall by the Minnesota Vikings. He instantly becomes the team’s likely Week 1 starter.
Zay Jones was drafted No. 37 overall by the Buffalo Bills. Now on a receiver needy team, Jones just saw his value increase in a hurry.
RotoViz has teamed up with TwoQBs to provide post-draft analysis of the 2017 quarterback class. Two QBs is devoted to 2QB and Superflex fantasy leagues and provides player evaluations and advice, rankings, and strategy. James Simpson’s work can be found here. Patrick Mahomes was selected
Evan Engram was drafted 23rd overall by the New York Giants, adding yet another weapon for Eli Manning and Coach Ben McAdoo’s offense.
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Leonard Fournette was drafted fourth overall by the Jacksonville Jaguars, as new coach Doug Marrone will look to bring in a dominant running back to become the face of his team’s offense. At 240 pounds, Fournette is a huge back with elite speed for someone of his size who will
John Ross was drafted ninth overall by the Cincinnati Bengals and will run his routes opposite superstar A.J. Green. His combine-record 4.22 speed should have a profound impact on the Bengals offense.