Fantasy Football: New Orleans Saints depth chart | National – Connecticut News

Fantasy Football: New Orleans Saints depth chart | National – Connecticut News

The 2017 Pro Football Weekly Fantasy Football magazine is on newsstands now and available online. In addition to rankings, mock drafts and loads of player reports, it features 32 team fantasy depth charts. Here’s a small taste of the Saints information you’ll receive by purchasing your copy today.

QB1: Drew Brees — When better to mention him in the same breath as Tom Brady in terms of resourcefulness than immediately following the offseason wherein Brees’ biggest game-breaker is shipped to Foxborough? Last offseason it was Benjamin Watson, No. 2 in catches and targets in 2015, and franchise receiving leader Marques Colston disappearing; two offseasons ago Brees lost Jimmy Graham, coming off team-high 85 catches and 10 TDs, and second-leading receiver Kenny Stills; three years ago, Darren Sproles was shipped off after averaging 77 catches the three seasons prior. Brees over that span? QB3, QB6, QB6, QB2. Why, then, are some worried about Brandin Cooks leaving? If you’re determined to get top-tier QB1 production you can count on pretty much no matter what, Brees, at 4.06 ADP according to fantasyfootball calculator, is your last chance.


RB1: Mark Ingram — The Saints rewarded Ingram for his best season by signing a future Hall of Famer and trading a 2018 second-rounder for Alvin Kamara, the fifth back selected in a loaded RB class, No. 67 overall. Ingram and Adrian Peterson may coexist well, not unlike Ingram and Hightower the past year-and-a-half; Ingram’s ascending receiving role bodes well for him, as Peterson isn’t the…

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