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 Washington information you’ll receive by purchasing your copy today.
QB1: Jared Goff — Season-long-only players can continue reading below. The first overall pick in 2016 will have to show something in meaningful games before he’ll possibly appeal to them and, frankly, DFS, best ball and streaming owners too. Goff’s best rookie showing, and only one with multiple TDs plus more than six yards per attempt, came against the lowly Saints ‘D.’ It wasn’t garbage time — Goff lit it up early before crumbing after intermission — but it was the Saints. Perhaps Sean McVay solves Goff. Just don’t expect it to happen quickly, not with an O-line and WR corps that still look like detriments.
RB1: Todd Gurley — The good news: Gurley started all 16 games and was on the field for nearly 750 snaps; the farther away he gets from 2015 ACL surgery sans setbacks, the less we need to mention it. Also good: Gurley doubled his catches in Year Two. The bad: he’s averaged 3.4 yards per carry since arguably the best debut month by a rookie back ever, when he cranked out 6.8. I’m in need-to-see-it-again-first mode with Gurley, whose three-down role may also be jeopardized by McVay, a change-up-back enthusiast. He’s being drafted before Ty Montgomery, Isaiah Crowell and Christian McCaffrey, among others, according to FF calc, as…
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