Good morning, New York Giants fans!
I identified Jaylen Waddle, Elijah Moore and Kadarius Toney as values in best-ball leagues heading into the draft, and all three saw their ADPs climb post-draft.
Toney still has the biggest discrepancy in fantasy ADP and NFL draft position. My wide receiver prospect model didn’t love Toney, and there are a lot of mouths to feed for the New York Giants. That said, should he really have an ADP only slightly higher that of Amon-Ra St. Brown? Toney was a first-round pick, 20th overall. St. Brown went in the fourth round. You can’t ignore opportunity, but it’s far less important for wide receivers than running backs. As long as a receiver is on the field, he has a chance to earn targets. Generally, first-round receivers are better target earners than fourth-round wideouts, even against stronger competition.
Kenny Golladay of the Giants is near the top in two of PFF’s key categories.
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Daniel Jones, of course, is on the list.
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