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Would Mark Andrews go #1 overall in a fantasy redraft? | Yahoo Fantasy Football Forecast

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In Sportzshala Fantasy Football Prediction, Matt Harmon and Dalton Del Don discuss whether Baltimore Ravens TE Mark Andrews will be selected with the first overall pick in fantasy drafts if they are recast after the first three weeks.

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Matt Harmon: Bills minus 3 at the Baltimore Ravens. 51 and 1/2 over/under here for this game. Dalton, hit me with the Mandryus commercial, baby.

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DALTON DEL DON: Dude, where is he going if we get a draft today? I mean, not even just the premium leagues. I mean, given the huge positional advantage, I mean he’s a lot better… Travis Kelsey, but then you fall into third and fourth place. I mean, the difference between it is much wider than between any other position. He leads all pass catchers in target share and pass speed. Third place in the air yard or second, depending on which one you look at.

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In the last 17 games, Adam Levitan tweeted: 116 catches, 1,420 yards and 12 touchdowns. I mean, it wasn’t with Lamar Jackson all the time, who has been leading the NFL by a wide margin in time-end target for the past five years and seems determined to win the MVP this year. I mean, since last year, Andrews, when Marquis Brown wasn’t on the field, his numbers were off the charts.

And it will be that way for the whole season. So as much as we like Bateman, the target pig, he’s not there. I mean, Andrews is in the top 3? Is he number one overall? I mean, how high is he going in the PPR draft right now?

Matt Harmon: Well, let’s put it this way. ADP for August, Travis Kelsey was 14th overall, Mandryus was 26th overall. Kyle Pitts and George Kittle, 33rd and 37th overall. None of them look very good. I mean, Mark Andrews has more than 14 overall.

I mean, some receivers were fine, first round receivers, right? Jefferson had his only big game. Ja’Marr Chase was fine. Either way, it’s a candidate for a positive regression. Stephon Diggs has one of the best picks you could get at the end of the first round. The running backs were a bit choppy.

So, yeah, I think Andrews… I don’t know about first or fourth overall or anything like that. But I do not know. I mean, seven, six, something like that. I think he’d be pretty enticing because he’s got… if Kelsey was going 14th overall, I think Andrews, Mandryus, has exceeded all expectations for even what Kelsey would have done.

DALTON DEL DON: Yes, I think there is an argument for even more. But of course the top 10, I think he would definitely go now. And that’s not all, man. It just looks like Lamar Jackson and Andrews were home runs if you picked them this year.

Matt Harmon: And you didn’t have to draw them close to the ceiling, even for Lamar Jackson. And, look, I still think Bateman is going to have a great year. I think the analysis was correct in naming Rashod Bateman as an obvious breakout candidate when Marquise Brown was sold.

But it also felt like we were supposed to… All right, Mandryus. I still… and I know we both had Mandrews as a tight end this year. And it was… I just think it was obvious. I think this was definitely the obvious correct answer.



Source: sports.yahoo.com

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