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Best fantasy football team names 2021
Your favorite draft cheat sheet might have rankings, sleepers, and auction values, but it does it have a list of the best fantasy football team names for 2021? We're here to help with some of our favorites, from the funny to the lame and everything in between.Let's face it -- you're probably not going to win your league. Basic math tells us that. But just because your team is destined to fail doesn't mean you can't be a winner at something far more important. Most of the things that derail a fantasy season, like Saquon Barkley's health, Mike Evans' targets, or Deshaun Watson's (allegedly) criminal behavior, are out of our hands, but you can control whether you have a funny or creative team name.
if you're looking for an illustration of how I approach Fantasy Football, the waiver wire debate this week betweenand is a good place to start.
Johnson is a 25-year-old second-year player who was undrafted in 2020. After catching four passes for 39 yards as a rookie, he burst onto the scene with a pair of touchdowns in Week 1 against the, catching all three of his targets for 21 yards. Johnson played 19% of the offensive snaps for the and finished as a top-five tight end in Week 1.
Kmet is a 22-year-old second-year player who was drafted in Round 2 by thelast year. Playing behind for most of the year, Kmet caught 28 passes for 243 yards and two scores as a rookie. In Week 1 he played 74% of the snaps for the Bears, and caught five of seven targets for 42 yards. He did not reach the end zone, and thus failed to crack the top 12 in Week 1.
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Does every team really have a fantasy sleeper candidate heading into 2021? Maybe not, but we still look for the most underrated player from all 32 NFL clubs ahead of your fantasy football draft.With that in mind, we're spreading the good vibes to all 32 teams and trying to find one player (or D/ST) from each who has the potential to outperform his average draft position. Some teams have several viable candidates; others don't really have any. That doesn't stop us, though. Our job is to give you a name, and even if it's someone buried on a depth chart who might spend more time in street clothes than a uniform this year, well, it's a name.
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Johnson is currently rostered in 3% of leagues, and I would expect him to be the most added tight end on Thursday morning when all waivers have run. Kmet is currently rostered in 33% of leagues and is by far my favorite tight end target on the waiver wire.
I value playing time and targets heavily over touchdowns, especially when the disparity is this great. But just as a point in Johnson's favor, I never really believed inwhen he was seeing four targets a game and scoring every other week for the Saints. I'll let you decide if you want to bet on the targets or scores, but at least now you better know what to expect from me.
Here's everything else you need to know about tight end in Week 2:
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Fantasy Football Start 'Em Sit 'Em: Week 2 lineup advice, best matchups, DFS picks
It's only Week 2, but in another unpredictable season, you can bet fantasy football owners have plenty of start 'em, sit 'em questions. Vinnie Iyer has lineup advice and NFL DFS picks to help you keep winning or rebound after losing your season-opening matchup.The good news (or bad, depending how you look at it) is ever team is in action, and aside from Raheem Mostert (knee), Jerry Jeudy (ankle), Michael Gallup (calf), and Ryan Fitzpatrick (hip), there weren't too many notable injuries last week (that we know of). Most fantasy squad will have their full complement of players at their disposals, so it's important to evaluate usage and matchups.
- 20% -- Jimmy Graham only played 20% of the snaps, opening the door for Kmet to be a productive Fantasy tight end.
- 8 -- had eight targets in Week 1 and caught them all. He never had more than eight targets in a game last year.
- 17.2% -- ' target share dropped to 17.2% in Week 1. Hopefully it bounces back in Week 2.
- 97 -- 97 receiving yards in Week 1 were his most since his first NFL game, when he had 131.
- 22.9% -- led the with a 22.9% target share.
- 0 -- didn't have a catch, or score a Fantasy point, in Week 1 against the . You can cut him.
- 37.4% -- was responsible for 37.4% of the ' air yards in Week 1. Among tight ends, only had a higher rate.
- 323 -- Darren Waller is on pace for 323 targets after Week 1. That would be a record.
- 100% -- For the first time in his career, played 100% of the snaps.
Fantasy Updates: Irv Smith Jr. injury, Chris Herndon traded, John Brown released .
Irv Smith Jr. and Chris Herndon receive significant news that impacts fantasy rankings at tight end, and John Brown's release opens the door for other Raiders WRs to emerge as sleepers. Get the latest updates.Before diving into those, get an updated look at Michael Thomas' fantasy value here. For a take on whether you should draft Deshaun Watson, go here. We also have help for those wondering if they should draft Saquon Barkley in the first round (click here). For position battle news, click here.