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Dynasty - Wentz to Whiteside

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Something to think about in Dynasty drafts:

 

"Arcega Whiteside wasn’t just one of the better red-zone receivers in college football last season — he became the highest-graded red-zone receiver we’ve ever seen. Among the 498 FBS receivers who have logged at least 75 red-zone snaps in the PFF College era (2014 – present), Whiteside’s 94.0 receiving grade ranks first, beating out notable names like Western Michigan’s Corey Davis, Ohio State’s Michael Thomas and Clemson’s Mike Williams. During his time at Stanford, Arcega-Whiteside caught 27-of-39 red-zone targets for an incredible 25 combined first downs and touchdowns, generating a 105.4 passer rating in the process. [...] There is no doubt that the Carson Wentz to Arcega-Whiteside connection could be exceptional, specifically in red-zone situations, as the Eagles’ quarterback possesses the fourth-highest red-zone passing grade (75.2) among quarterbacks since 2016. Despite missing a considerable amount of time over the last three years, Wentz has still tossed 55 red-zone touchdown passes since 2016, the eighth-most among signal-callers. Among the 31 quarterbacks with at least 100 red-zone dropbacks since 2016, Wentz’s 100.7 red-zone passer rating ranks eighth."

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Always good to hear information. Have to wonder how long Arcega-Whiteside would take to become fantasy relevant with at least Ertza, Jeffery and Jackson in front of him. That offense is tough to figure out on a weekly basis.

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1 hour ago, DMD said:

Always good to hear information. Have to wonder how long Arcega-Whiteside would take to become fantasy relevant with at least Ertza, Jeffery and Jackson in front of him. That offense is tough to figure out on a weekly basis.

 

Agree. I wouldn't be too high on him him in standard but certainly a consideration for dynasty players. 

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