5 Fantasy Football WR Sleepers the Counselor loves in 2020. Target them for amazing value in your drafts.
Target these 5 Fantasy Football Sleepers in 2020:
- Diontae Johnson
- Chase Claypool
- Michael Pittman
- Justin Jefferson
- Allen Lazard
All of these guys are great value and have a massive upside. With QB’s like Philip Rivers and Big Ben throwing the ball to them you can’t go wrong. They are primed for a massive season that will give them a lot of fantasy football production. Here is why the Counselor loves these guys in 2020 Fantasy Football.
1. Diontae Johnson
The upside is massive. He only had 680 yards and 5 TD’s last season but he had mediocre QB’s throwing the ball to him. A healthy big Ben will really boost the value of this young stud. Coach Tomlin has already stated that Johnson‘s physical fitness is much better than last year. I love the opportunity for this young stud and he will shine in 2020.
2. Chase Claypool
6″4″ in height and over 238 lbs makes him a big target for big BEN. Chase can literally be picked up with the last pick of your draft and carries upside that is tremendous. Haden has already said that he is doing great things in camp and making amazing catches. I love Chase as a late-round steal that could really break out this season.
3. Michael Pittman
Not much to say here but the opportunity and the fact that the Colts invested their first pick of the 2020 NFL draft, could be a hint he will thrive this season. Listen I love the upside of Pittman and believe that he will be getting a lot of volume and reps this season. He is currently ranked 64th on the consensus WR rankings. This is something the mainstream will regret not talking about.
4. Justin Jefferson
Shining and camp and showing he knows the playbook. I know Justin will be a plug and play WR for the Vikings this season. With the void of Diggs being gone, I expect an immediate fantasy football impact from this young stud!
5. Allen Lazard
Allen Lazard is slated as the WR two on a throw first team. He showed flashes of greatness last year and his targets went up at the end of the season. With a chip on Rodgers’s shoulder, look for Aaron to feed Lazard a lot this season. Also, the Packers did not draft a WR which means they probably believe in him.