5 fantasy football sleepers to bank on in 2020

5 fantasy football sleepers to bank on in 2020

5 fantasy football sleepers to bank on in 2020

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2020 Fantasy Football Sleepers

1. RB Tevin Coleman, San Francisco 49ers

The 49ers ranked No. 2 with 428 carries last year and Matt Brieda is gone. Coleman already had the most touches for the backfield with more to distribute for 2020. He’ll pair with Raheem Mostert on a team that scored more rushing touchdowns (19) than any other NFL backfield.

2. RB Boston Scott, Philadelphia Eagles

Miles Sanders rightfully gets the most press, but Boston Scott is in a great spot to surprise. Jordan Howard left and Scott already became the back-half of the committee at the end of 2019. He totaled four touchdowns and averaged almost six catches in his final four games.

3. WR Christian Kirk, Arizona Cardinals

DeAndre Hopkins will assume the No. 1 role, but Kirk should surpass the 36-year old Larry Fitzgerald as the No. 2 wideout. The Cardinals already completed the third most passes to their wideouts in the NFL in 2019 during HC Kliff Kingsbury and QB Kyler Murray’s first season.

4. WR Mecole Hardman, Kansas City Chiefs

The 4.33/40 speedster caught a modest 26 catches as a rookie but scored six times and averaged 19.9 yards per catch. His special teams work will be limited this year while he challenges Sammy Watkins for the No. 2 wideout role in NFL’s best passing offense.

5. WR Mike Williams, Los Angeles Chargers

The fourth-year wideout turned in a career-best 49 catches for 1,001 yards last year with a league leading 20.4 yards per catch. He scored eleven times in 2018 but the Chargers face uncertainty after 13 years with Philip Rivers, who departed during the offseason. Tyrod Taylor and rookie Justin Herbert may swap starts as well.

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