2019 Fantasy Football: Fliers after ADP 200

By Chet Gresham – @ChetGresham
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Cole Beasley, WR, Bills: ADP: 200
I don’t know if “200” is “after pick 200,” but I don’t care all that much and Beasley is a steal this late in the draft, as he has been Josh Allen’s favorite target in preseason and receiving praise from beat writers in camp. If he can stay healthy, he should be locked into a good role for PPR production.

Darren Waller, TE, Raiders: ADP: 201
Waller has had praised heaped on him by beat writers this season, and if you watch Hard Knocks, even his teammates, when asked who has impressed them most, answered Waller more often than not. He appears to be a full-time player, as he played every down with the starters in Week 2 of preseason, and at his ADP, he comes at an extreme value in a role where he could be the No. 2 target on the team.

Ty Montgomery, RB, Jets: ADP 245
Montgomery has impressed the Jets coaching staff and won the backup job behind Le’Veon Bell. Montgomery has also earned himself work outside of giving Bell a breather here and there, as he ass been lining up all around the formation as a receiver. With Chris Herndon out and Bell not playing in the preseason, there is some hope that Montgomery could see elevated work to start the season as well. He’s likely going to be a bench player as long as Bell is healthy, but as a backup with upside, he’s a great bench stash with some hope for free-standing value.

Dare Ogunbowale, RB, Buccaneers: ADP 320
The Buccaneers’ running back situation is a dumpster fire floating on a stream of burning sewage, but Ogunbowale has looked good in preseason and all reports point to him taking over the receiving back job in Tampa Bay. With Bruce Arians pulling the strings, a receiving back will be utilized, so there is PPR appeal as is, but with Ronald Jones and Peyton Barber not blowing anyone away, there’s even a shot that Ogunbowale could cut into lead-back touches. Yes, there is a chance the Bucs trade for or pick up someone in the next week, but as it is, he is sitting in a good position.

Damarea Crockett, RB, Texans: ADP 404
Crockett is a load to bring down and would make a strong complement to Duke Johnson. At the moment, most Texans beat writers say that Crockett is that guy, but there’s always a chance they add competition to the backfield, which could hurt Crockett’s chances. But I’m not going to worry too much about that when Crockett can be had for nothing extremely late in your drafts.

Ty Johnson, RB, Lions: ADP 360
I would much rather Kerryon Johnson get so much work on the ground and through the air for Ty Johnson to be a non-factor, but Matt Patricia wants to be Bill Belichick, so he will likely spread the ball out and Ty Johnson is the best passing-down back behind Kerryon Johnson. If we’re doing a one-for-one with the Patriots, Ty Johnson would be the James White of the group. He has PPR appeal, and I expect Patricia to try to up the offense’s pace this season, which should help ancillary players like Ty Johnson get more reps.

Tyler Eifert, TE, Bengals: ADP 206
Yes, Eifert is a walking Mr. Glass, but he’s pretty damn good when he isn’t rupturing body parts. I completely understand not wasting draft capital on him, but at his ADP, I see no reason not to throw him on your bench to see if he can stay healthy.

Miles Boykin, WR, Ravens: ADP 291
The Ravens’ passing offense isn’t going to set the world on fire, but Lamar Jackson will throw it more now that he has had half a season and a whole offseason running the offense. Jackson said they’d throw the ball around 30 times a game, which is near the bottom of the league, but still much more than Jackson was on pace for last season and more than three teams last year. And Boykin is the de facto No. 1 receiver right now, which I expect to continue for the season.

KeeSean Johnson, WR, Cardinals: ADP 304
The Cardinals have been pretty hush-hush with their full offense this preseason, and it has made it difficult to know who is truly in line for big usage, but Johnson has been the most heralded player this training camp and has done well in preseason. With a new offense and new coach, it is tough to feel great about any one player in an offense that should be fast-paced with upside for big fantasy points, but Johnson has been one of the few players we know is getting a lot of work with Kyler Murray and has been performing well. He’s worth a much higher pick than his ADP right now.

Terry McLaurin, WR, Redskins: ADP 324
This is a deep dive for sure, but McLaurin looked great in camp and learned every receiver position while nobody else stood out. He hasn’t done anything in preseason, but I don’t see how he’s not starting come Week 1 on a team devoid of receivers. And once Dwayne Haskins gets on the field, I expect Haskins and McLaurin will pick up where they left off at Ohio State and make a few big plays to keep the crowd interested.

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