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In this two-part series, we will take a look at every NFL team and examine the dynasty outlook for select players on those squads. It will not be an exhaustive list, but it will give dynasty general managers some actionable advice about how to make their dynasty teams better.
CeeDee Lamb is being vastly underrated both in rookie and startup drafts. If this class had not been so chock full of talent, he would have been the consensus 1.01 pick. In some formats, he probably is worthy of being taken there. Lamb is a receiver whose style is similar to DeAndre Hopkins. His landing spot was perfect and instantly makes Dallas a team that is going to be incredibly difficult to defend at all levels of the field. Dak Prescott not getting extended is a concern for the Cowboys offense past this year, but general managers should have no scruples about Lamb’s talent level.
New York Giants
Daniel Jones is fool’s gold. There are significant limitations to his game, such as slow processing speed and poor pocket management. His surrounding talent is above average. Saquon Barkley, Evan Engram, Golden Tate, Sterling Shepard, and Darius Slayton will have to elevate their quarterback, not the other way around. That being said, this writer is in no hurry to invest heavily in any of these assets knowing that Jones and the regime that drafted him are likely to fail and be replaced in the next year or two.
Jalen Reagor is not the best wide receiver in this class, despite the hype to the contrary. Reagor’s landing spot was favorable and he is a speedy playmaker, but his inability to handle press coverage keeps him from earning the distinction of being the top dynasty wide receiver of 2020. While Reagor does have the skillset to win consistently in the slot, he will need to improve dramatically in terms of handling press coverage to reach his full potential.
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