Average draft position (ADP) fluctuations are part of the fantasy football draft season. Everyone who completes a draft (sometimes a mock draft) will have an impact on ADP. Offseason buzz, injuries, and preseason performance can slightly or significantly affect ADP. If you have been using the cheat sheet from a month ago, you need to adjust some of your rankings and expectations of when a player will be selected by monitoring ADP trends.
In the past 7 days, Marquez Callaway and Javonte Williams have seen bumps in their respective ADPs, while Joe Burrow and David Johnson have been on a downward trend. Below, we will explain their changes and list the more significant risers and fallers.
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This article uses The weak fantasy ADP The data is based on the half-point PPR format. All changes referenced in ADP occurred in the past 7 days (August 11-18).
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Fantasy Football ADP Report: Ups and Downs
QB Ascender: Justin Fields (Justin Fields), Bears
The fantasy community finally saw Fields’ performance in the first week of the preseason. His ADP has risen by 7.5 places, and he has been declared the greatest Bears quarterback of all time (well, maybe not).But it can be said that he has Best debut Any rookie QB. He had an immediate impact and impressive data line (14 of 20 shots for 142 yards; passing TD, 33 yards rushing, rushing TD). Even if it goes up, his current ADP allows him to reach QB16. If he continues to impress and/or be named as a starter before Week 1 of the regular season, his ADP may shine.
More QB risers: Carson Wentz, Colts; Trey Lance, 49ers; Drew Rock, Broncos
QB Fallers: Joe Burrow, Bengal Tiger
Burrow is getting Negative concern Leaving the Bengal tiger camp, the fantasy owner is paying attention. In the past week, his ranking dropped by 5.8 places, behind Trey Lance, Ryan Tannehill and Matthew Stafford. It’s not entirely surprising that Burrow looked rusty in training camp after a serious knee injury, and he obviously didn’t believe in the strength of his knee. This shows that at least in the early stages there will be no rush to rise, and he may be unlikely to stand in his pocket and get hit. The Bengals still have enough weapons in their offense to be optimistic about Burrow’s prospects throughout the season, and now, if you want him, you don’t seem to need to reach out for him.
More QB losers: Deshaun Watson, Texan; Daniel Jones, Giants; Cam Newton, Patriots
RB Risers: Javonte Williams, Broncos
Williams got a small opportunity to show his ability in the Broncos’ preseason opener. He only rushed for 29 yards 5 times, but his explosive power and explosive power are showing off.In addition, Melvin Gordon is According to reports, the groin was injured ——Worrying news for a 28-year-old running back. These are some of the reasons Williams climbed 3.5 positions and ranked RB24 in every ADP position.
More RB risers: Philip Lindsay, Texan; Malcolm Brown, Dolphin; Ramndrey Stevenson, Patriot; Xavier Jones, Rams; Devon Single, Bill
RB Fallers: David Johnson, Texan
It seems that a long time ago, Johnson was vying for the No. 1 pick in the fantasy draft, but even after last year’s “rebound” season, he fell into the depths of ADP. He had the biggest drop in RB last week, dropping 10.7 positions overall.As stated Directly from David JohnsonAfter joining Philip Lindsay, he will see a reduced role in 2021. He sits on RB46, which actually makes him a cheap and flexible option for Goodbye Week.
More RB Fallers: Miles Gaskin, Dolphins; Latavius Murray, Saints; Boston Scott, Eagles
WR riser: Marquez Callaway, Saint
Regardless of the position of the past week, Callaway has the biggest gain. He has risen 21.9 places and will soon surpass teammate Tre’Quan Smith. Callaway became a target early in the Saints’ Week 1 preseason game, and often completed three catches for 61 yards in limited moves. As Michael Thomas’ ankle surgery has raised questions about his fantasy prospects, Callaway will be very busy if Thomas is absent or inefficient.he already One of our sleeper WR Before Thomas News, but the fantasy community quickly realized his fantasy image.
More WR risers: KJ Hamler, Broncos; Amon-Ra St. Brown, Lions; Quetz Watkins, Hawks; Little Terrace Marshall, Panthers
WR Fallers: Christian Kirk, Cardinals
Kirk’s ADP dropped 5.2 places in the past week, and Rondale Moore’s debut was related to this. Moore’s flash is not Kirk’s fault, but it may indicate that Moore will surpass Kirk on the Cardinals’ depth chart. In short, the fantasy owner draft is meant to rise, especially in the next few rounds. Kirk’s ascent is limited by Moore, and Moore’s ascent is mainly limited by injuries.
More WR Fallers: Rashad Bateman, Crow; John Brown, Raiders; Breshad Perriman, Lions; Nick Collins, Texans
TE riser: Jonnu Smith, Patriot
Smith and Hunter Henry did not participate in joint training with the Eagles, but Henry’s injury history is more worrying. If Henry’s injury causes him to miss time, Smith may become the first choice for the entire passing offense.Mike Jones’ impressive performance may also be related to Smith’s 7.4 points increase, but Henry is unlikely to miss time up to now, Smith’s ADP may drop a bit again.
More TE risers: Zach Ertz, Eagles; Logan Thomas, Washington; Jared Cook, Chargers
TE Fallers: Blake Jarwin/Dalton Schultz, cowboy
The close ends of both Cowboys are declining, and the reason is obvious. No one knows who will get more work, and they are sliding each other off the draft board. Due to the uncertainty of the depth map in an already scarce and unpredictable position, it is difficult to confidently spend draft money on any one. Both dropped by about three positions, but Jarwin came in at TE24 and Schultz came in at TE32.
More TE Fallers: Anthony Filxer, Titans; Hunter Henry, Patriots; Adam Troutman, Saints