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Fantasy Football WR must-haves for 2020.  The Counselor and the Bald Guy layout WR’s you should target in this 2020 fantasy football season. ( Audio Transcription)

Tim:

First, so I’m looking to go wide receiver and I like Michael Thomas.

Joe:

Really?

Tim:

Then three RBs in a row. Yeah. And your strategy has to change depending on where you draft, too. That’s why the mock draft videos that you put out are so important because if I’m getting that third, fourth pick, I’m gunning for Michael Thomas. If I’m getting a later first round, I’m going to gun for Julio Jones. These are guys that I think I must have. And depending on where I’m drafting, these are the guys I target in round one.

Joe:

I see. For Michael Thomas, I’d rather go Derrick Henry there. I’d even rather have Josh Jacobs over Michael Thomas.

Tim:

Yeah. But see, so everybody’s been saying, “Oh, my God, it’s so deep at wide receiver this year.” Well, no, it’s really not, not forgetting those top tier guys, guys that are going to give you the potential of 300 points. It’s guys that’ll give you 220 to 250 once you start coming into round two, round three. Whereas, when you’re going running backs, you can still pick up a Leonard Fournette, a David Johnson, third and fourth round. These are guys that should easily put up 250 points. So I want that stud wide receiver first, then I’m going to go RB heavy.

Joe:

That is a very interesting point because this is an amazing year for value at running back to some degree up into the fourth round. So you could technically go Michael Thomas, and let’s just say you get another wide receiver.

Tim:

If I can get Ekeler in too, I’m happy.

Joe:

I don’t care about him. Well, let’s just say you get… Because I see Hopkins falling to second, sometimes Julio. But let’s just imagine this. You go Michael Thom… No, let’s just say you go later. Let’s just say you go, Adams, then you go Hopkins or something like that. You can still technically get maybe a Gurley sometimes falls to three, comes off in second round typically, but you could go Fournette and David Johnson still be loaded at your running back and then maybe Montgomery or Akers in the third. But I just like to load up and have more depth because I feel there’s a ton of wide receiver ones that I can get in the fourth, fifth, six-round. Like Shark is there. McLaurin is there. Hilton is there? All of these guys could technically surpass the early round receivers, you never know, they could get those big points, I know it’s a bit of a stretch, but you never know. We saw Odell Beckham was the guy that was drafted in the first round three years in a row busted. Right? We saw Davante Adams last year get hurt and he busted as a first-round pick. So you never know, man. Some of these guys that are wide receiver ones on their teams, the T.Y. Hiltons of the world could really emerge, you know?

Tim:

Yeah, you’re right. You never know. There’s always a risk. But yeah, to me, guys that have been really consistent and steady, like a Michael Thomas, like a Julio Jones, these are guys that I love and I want them any chance I can get them, but at the right place.

Joe:

Again, my thought process on the robust RB strategy is that there’s only a handful of those running backs in minimal committees. I just don’t ever want to end up with a guy on my team that’s going to be sharing. Like, for example, Melvin Gordon, I don’t feel comfortable. Lindsay’s there, he’s going to… Even Nich Chubb at the end of the first round. Kareem Hunt is there. I like that full, true workhorse running back, and I load up on them as early as possible. All right, let’s talk about it. Who’s your first WR?

Tim:

Obviously, it’s Michael Thomas. If I’m getting one of those early first-round picks, I’m looking for Michael Thomas. And why not? Since coming into the league, this guy has been just ripping it. And you don’t see that a lot in wide receivers. So even when he came in, in his rookie year, he dominated. What did he have? 255 points in his rookie year. Not a lot of wide receivers come in and put up those kind of numbers. Then he had 258 in his second year, then a 315, then a 374. He’s just been killing it, and I am so happy to have him, he’s consistent, he’s gold, man. He truly is, as a wide receiver,

Joe:

But you got to watch out because in the first six picks I’m getting a running back. Now, maybe Michael Thomas seventh, the eighth pick. But I still like Jacob’s over him when he comes off after him typically based on ADP and the drafts. Now, one thing I want you to note, he did have a pinnacle year. So if you even go back to 2016, he finished seventh amongst wide receivers. Okay? So he’s not a top street finisher back in 2017. Right? He finished… Where did he finish there?

Tim:

Yeah, but that’s only his second year in the league, man. Second-year in the league and finishing seventh, you said.

Joe:

2017, he finished sixth. So still again, not a top-three receiver. 2018, right? Still, yet again, finished sixth, not a top-three receiver. For three years in his career, he had never finished a top two, top three guy. Had a pinnacle year last year. Had what? 108. I haven’t seen a receiver have 185 targets, that’s unheard of almost, in the past five, six years. 185 targets. I’m going back here. I’m going back to 2018 now. If you look at the top target getter back in 2018, it was Julio Jones at 170. Right? You go back to 2017. The top target getter there was DeAndre Hopkins at 174. And that was a phenomenal year with 309 PPR fantasy points. So 185 targets, that’s so hard to come by. He’s not going to have the same type of receivers. I see him falling out of the top five, potentially.

Tim:

I’m okay with him losing a little bit. I don’t think he’s falling out of the top five. Nothing’s changed on that team to make me think that he’s not going to get relatively close to the same targets. Even if he just gets the 150 targets. He’s the machine. He’s gold, man, I don’t care. When it comes down to it, it’s all business, man. They’ll put that crap aside.

Joe:

Well, I hope so, man. If you guys are a Michael Thomas owner. Yeah, guys, leave your questions below. I’ll try to get to as many as I can possibly hear on YouTube. So Michael Thomas, again, too rich for my blood. I’m staying away. Don’t trust him.

Tim:

Yeah. You’re going to take your chances on a guy that might be a wide receiver one, but on a much lesser team. I’m super happy with a Michael Thomas early in round one.

Joe:

I’ll give you a wide receiver I like. It’s a must-have for me. And it’s Kenny Golladay. I got to talk about this guy. I love the upside, I love the ceiling. I understand the distribution between him and Marvin Jones was pretty equal. We understand that Stafford was out for pretty much the entire season last year, but Kenny Golladay still finished top, even though he had a bunch of quarterbacks throwing to him, not name Matt Stafford, 116 targets, that’s definitely going to go up. He had 11 touchdowns. That’s pretty good already. 1190 yards, not bad as well. Finished ninth, again, in PPR amongst wide receivers. I like him. I like the upside and I can get him at the third round, typically, or end of the second. That’s good value for technically a wide receiver one with a healthy Matt Stafford. I’m excited. I love mini Megatron. He’s got some upside for me. I feel confident with him. I feel secure. But mind you, I was a little annoyed with him last year owning him, even though he did well and I got him for great value in the fourth round. This is another guy I was suggesting in 60 rounds. Don’t get Odell first round, get Kenny Golladay. Sure enough, Kenny Golladay out-performed. And if you guys got 16 rounds last year, you guys know. But again, when you’re looking at Kenny Golladay, Marvin Jones is going to be there as a bit of a pest. But hey, man, there’s got to be some targets, there’s got to be other receivers. I still think Golladay’s a far superior athlete to Marvin Jones. So I like him, Tim. What are your thoughts on him?

Tim:

Yeah, I agree. I just don’t know if he’s going to match those TD numbers and that really helped boost him a little bit. Let’s say that even drops to eight though. That’s not a huge decrease in points.

Joe:

Right.

Tim:

It’s 24 points off if he gets eight TDs. That’s fine. It’s good. And then, yeah, if you can ground him in the third, you’re right, that is a very good value.

Joe:

It is pretty good. I think his targets and volume go up as well. And I think, again, a lot of that was hurting because a lot of these other quarterbacks that came in, whoever it was, was it Driskel, or whoever these backups were. I can’t even remember right now. They came in and they were just feeding it to anybody. And Marvin Jones was a beneficiary in the red zone. I just think maybe Stafford has that rapport with him. And I really think that he takes a step up this year. I think this could be a boom year for Kenny Golladay. I think it’s going to be there. Yeah, Jeff Driskel came in and David Blough came in I think a couple of games as well. That’s the guy who I was thinking about, David Blough.

Tim:

Every time someone says that I think Mr. Plow from the Simpsons. Let’s dream again, it’s David Blough.

Joe:

David Blough. It sounds like you’re throwing up when you say it. People are going to be in the comments, “Why are you making fun of people, Joe? That’s not nice.” I don’t care.

Tim:

Relax, enjoy it.

Joe:

People get fluffed up and upset too easily these days. Why are you making fun of these names? You’re not pronouncing it right. Or even though another guy, I don’t think he was being funny about it, but Geno, it’s Geno Smith, but I pronounced it Geno Smith, but it is Geno Smith. And he’s like, “You’re pronouncing it wrong.” I think he was joking, but yeah.

Tim:

En Francais. Yeah? You say it’s a French way.

Joe:

All right, Tim, let’s move on with another wide receiver must-have. Do you got one for me?

Tim:

Of course, I do. I’ve already kind of mentioned him as well. So if I’m picking late first round, I am looking for Mr. Julio Jones. Of course, I’ve always got to watch who’s available, but really right now I am looking for that wide receiver in one. Julio Jones, if I’m making a late first round pick. Why not? Consistent as they come. Yes, last year he was a little bit up and down during the weeks. But in year-long, this guy is gold as well. He gets targeted all the time. He gets lots of targets, lots of yards, lots and lots of yards. And then the TDs are normally kind of average, which sort of pisses me off. He never gets a really high number of touchdowns. But I’m all in on Julio, man. I took him last year fairly early, too. I love the consistency.

Joe:

Yeah, solid, consistent every single year. And he and Ridley are just going to go off. This is representing the Falcons. I, in no way, am a Falcons fan, but I happen to wear Falcons memorabilia because I am a Matt, Ryan, Julio fan. I do like Julio. If I am going late first round, I’ll get him. Or I could just get Calvin Ridley. I think Calvin Ridley has a good year as well. I don’t have the best of first-round pick on him. He’s coming off rounds three to five, depending on your league. Again, this varies 14 or 10 person league. It depends. Right now, obviously they’re going to slide down a little bit lower to fifth round if you’re in a 10 person league, but yeah, I like Ridley in around the fourth, fifth round.

Tim:

I tell you, if I could get Thomas in the first, then three good running backs, and then I could come back and still grab Ridley, oh my God, I’m so happy.

Joe:

Yeah. I love him.

Tim:

I would be a fat kid in a candy store. I’d be a pig rolling in… You know? That’s how happy I’d be.

Joe:

In mud.

Tim:

Yes.

Joe:

All right. So we got a couple of other ones there. I love Julio. He’s solid, consistent. He’s a must-have if you’re drafting a late first round. But again, I’m going robust RB. So this is a very hard episode for me to do.

Tim:

I know. You’re sitting there, you’re biting your tongue probably. “Tim, do you not listen to me?”

Joe:

Yeah. Well, let me give you a sleeper or a mid-round guy that you can get that is a bit of a sleeper, but I like him. And not even mid-round. You could probably get him a little bit even later right now. The guy I’m talking about, great value, I’m talking maybe round six to eight. And I’m talking Diontae Johnson. I love him. The upside is there. I think he’s going to be the wide receiver two, one way or another, whether Chase Claypool emerges or not. James Washington, I’m not really sold on. JuJu, can he handle the double coverage? If not, Diontae should be the guy. I heard he was training with Ben exclusively as well on the side here, working together. So Diontae’s a guy I see could really emerge. Claypool, he’s another guy that got acquired by the Steelers relatively early in the draft. I think second or first-second pick by the Steelers. They love him. They love Claypool, a big-bodied receiver. So I imagine Diontae and Claypool on the outside, JuJu on the slop. But what you can really do, technically, is because Big Ben throws a lot, any wide receiver from him could really thrive, technically, if he’s going to be high on the depth chart. So I get Diontae usually round six to eight, somewhere in there, depending on where he falls, where I kind of feel it out. Let’s say around seven on average. And then you can get Claypool later. Now you’ve technically got the wide receiver one or wide receiver two potentially on the Steelers because I don’t think I’m sold on JuJu yet this year. I’m not. I don’t know if I am.

Tim:

Yeah, it’s going to be a challenge for him. And I was high on JuJu last year. When AB was there, you still saw JuJu make a lot of those really tough contested catches. Last year, was it just the fact that Big Ben wasn’t there? Was it JuJu having an off-year? Was it a combination of everything? Right? So, I still think right now you might be getting value in JuJu. He still should put up some really big numbers, but, man, I can understand why people would hesitate and pull away from him.

Joe:

Yeah, because again, one thing we’ve been talking about for years is his success was predicated on Antonio Brown drawing double coverage. And as soon as Antonio Brown was gone, we saw a decline, but then it’s not really fair because Big Ben was hurt. So we didn’t really see the full shoot test with Big Ben and JuJu without Antonio Brown for a long time. So you’ve got to look at the scenario. But, again, I’m not investing a third-round pick in JuJu, I’d rather go Diontae Johnson and maybe get Claypool late and just stash them on a bench and hope for a breakout for one of these two guys. But we know Big Ben throws a lot. He threw the most back in 2018, more than any other quarterback in the league. Not only did he lead in attempts, Tim, but he actually led in passing yards, which is phenomenal. 5,129 passing yards on, guess how many, 675 attempts. The only guy that threw under him was Andrew Luck, it was 639. Then it was Matt Ryan, 608. And even Pat Mahomes who had a great year that year, 417 points PPR. Pat Mahomes was the number one quarterback in 2018. And he only threw 580 times. So you can see how much more Big Ben… He almost threw 100 more attempts than Pat Mahomes that year. So, there’s going to be a lot of targets, and I think Diontae is the best value that’s going to get those targets. It’s going to be interesting to see how this plays out.

Tim:

Yeah. I like it. I like the fact that you’re going more with these middle round guys, whereas I’m still focused on the… When you tell me must-haves, I’m looking at guys that I got to have. So I’m talking mainly early guys. My next one, as far as I remember, you’re not happy with this guy at all, or you don’t like this whole situation, Edelman.

Joe:

Yeah. You know what? This could be one of those sneaky guys that’ll just surprise you. He was a big target guy for Brady, but they had that rapport. With Stidham being a young quarterback coming in, I’m a little bit concerned. I really am. I think he may gravitate to other receivers. They’ve got N’Keal Harry there. I’m just not sold on him. I’m not excited about him. Again, Stidham could have that high ceiling, but then again my concern is what type of rapport will he have with his receivers? And the guy I am talking about is Jakobi Meyers, the guy I’m thinking about here. I heard that him and Stidham have some rapport together. So Jakobi Meyers could be a guy that could get some volume there. He’s 23 years old, 6’2, 200. Look for him. But again, there’s so many guys there, they spread the ball around. Jakobi could be the guy there. N’Keal Harry could be the guy there. Who the hell knows? But I just don’t want to sit there and be a part of this figuring out game. I don’t want that.

Tim:

Yeah, it’s a bit of a risk. You got to get them at the right price for sure.

Joe:

Okay. So I’ll give you a guy I must have, and I must have him fifth round, and he’s a great value, is T.Y. Hilton, because again, they’ve got a great O line there, they’ve got Jonathan Taylor’s going to be distracting the defenses. I think he’s a great running back. Well looks great out of college. We’ll have to see. So they’ve got some weapons in the run game, and now that could open things up for T.Y. Hilton, who’s got Philip Rivers now throwing him the ball, with a great O line, Philip Rivers, another quarterback that throws the ball a lot. So I am excited about Philip Rivers this year and the T.Y. Hilton connection. And similar to Diontae Johnson and Claypool, you can get Pittman later, another guy that… The Colts invested pretty early in Pittman. He’s kind of like their Claypool, a receiver they want to bring in. I don’t think Parris Campbell is the guy. I know there was some faith in Parris Campbell being the guy. Didn’t really do anything last year. And that could simply be a result of the fact that the quarterback situation wasn’t good. But what’s interesting about Michael Pittman is that he was drafted in the second round with their first pick. So the Colt’s first pick, they select Michael Pittman even ahead of Jonathan Taylor. So, Pittman was 34th overall until he was 41st overall in the overall numbers in the draft. Right? Second round of 41st overall, and then second round 34th overall for Pittman. Pittman was their first guy. Why not stash him on your bench? If the Colts believe in him, so do I, Tim.

Tim:

Yeah. As a later round guy, sure. Like I say, it’s very hard for a wide receiver to come in and make a big impact the way a guy like Michael Thomas had. So, you might find a rookie that comes in and normally can put up 600 yards, something like that. So if you’re getting a late round guy and you need someone to fill in on a couple of weeks here and there, this might be a guy for sure.

Joe:

Right. All right, who else do you got there for a must-have?

Tim:

I think maybe the price is still a little too high, but this is definitely a wide receiver one on the team. Mr. Adam Thielen. Really, it’s him and Cook. They make the team without Diggs there this year. I think Thielen stock goes way up. Last year, he only played 10 games, which kind of sucked, but he had 114 points in those. Three years before that, though, 195, 239, 307. So he’s shown that he can handle a lot of the workload when it comes to the receiving game. I think this should be another really good year for him. And let’s see if Cook even plays, right? He’s threatening holdout and all that bull crap, so Thielen really could benefit from that.

Joe:

And this is going into… Here’s a bonus for you. A rookie wide receiver must-have. Now I’m not really into rookies that you must have, but Justin Jefferson was drafted in the first round, 22nd overall, as a first pick for the Vikings. So they needed that wide receiver to come in and maybe take that job. Not take the job, but kind of plug and play for days. Now, Diggs back in 2018 had a really good year. I think he had 150 targets. That’s pretty damn good for Diggs. So that shows you how much volume is potentially there available for that wide receiver two with Thielen. Now Diggs, 150 targets, 102 receptions, had a bit of a down year in 2019. And you heard Diggs crying, saying, “I want the ball,” this and that. But I really think that Jefferson could be a plug and play right off the bat for a rookie wide receiver being that first pick the Vikings invested in. But yeah, Thielen, obviously the wide receiver one now, but look for Jefferson to emerge as a solid wide receiver two and a must-have when you’re looking at rookie wide receivers for sure.

Tim:

Sounds good, man.

Joe:

Anyone else there?

Tim:

Yeah. We touched on them very quickly. I’m still saying JuJu. I got to get him at the right price because there are a lot of question marks, but I think with the return of Big Ben, I think JuJu’s going to be pretty much back to form at least. He’s going to put up some pretty decent numbers, but I’m not taking him very early. And in fact, with my strategy of taking a wide receiver in round one and not looking at another one till at least round five, I’m not going to get a JuJu. But depending on how your strategy plays out, if you can get a JuJu round three, round four with a couple RBs before that, maybe I’d take a look at him. It’s a little bit risky, but it could pay off.

Joe:

Yeah, he’s a bit of a risk. As I said, I like Diontae, Claypool later. Third round I’m usually busy trying to get my other running back, David Johnson, Leonard Fournette, someone like that, which is going to get me that guaranteed volume. So, yeah, I’m going to stay away from JuJu this year, but I definitely see the ceiling. Bitter taste in my mouth. Very upset about last year. Not a guy I trust, definitely, even with Big Ben back, I just see him not handling double coverage well. I don’t feel good about him at all.

Tim:

It’s possible, but I go back a couple of years where AB was still there, and we saw JuJu make some pretty amazing catches against pretty tight coverage. So I think he can deal with it. I just think last year was a whole cluster F of problems. And hopefully this year he’s got it all figured out. I do have one more guy that I’m looking at, and talking to you before this, even you’ve done so many mock drafts. You say sometimes this guy even goes undrafted. Allen Lazard.

Joe:

Yeah, Allen Lazard’s a great sleeper later. The reason I like him is just simply a situation, and he had a couple of breakout games. Listen, he is the wide receiver two there. There is some talk about other guys stepping up, but he is the guy. There’s, who is it, Funchess. I’m not sold on Funchess. He used to wow me and, hey, Funchess has just not been, guess what, Tim, fun.

Tim:

Funchess doesn’t put up the points in bunches.

Joe:

Oh, how’s that one? There you go. No bunches in Funchess for fantasy points. Whatever. Listen, Lazard is the wide receiver two there. Valdes-Scantling had his opportunity, him and Allison. Allison no longer there, obviously. MVS had his opportunity. He didn’t really wow us. Lazard came in and wowed us when he was on the field. So, I like him. He’s a steal on a throw first team. I know they ran a lot last year. I think Aaron Rogers is going to throw more this year. He’s going to hopefully get back in 2016 form. That’s a bit of a stretch. The 40 touchdown Aaron Rodgers kind of guy. It’s a bit of a stretch, but I see a 35 touchdown type a year with Adams healthy. And Lazard, another beneficiary there. I think that they’re going to throw more and I think Lazard is going to be that guy that’s going to come out and have a come-out party.

Tim:

Yeah, I’m thinking Lazard should end up somewhere around the 800 yards, maybe four or five TDs. So if you can get a super late pick on that, that’s gold.

Joe:

I have a man-crush, Tim. I have this guy here I’m thinking about as a must-have, because I think he’s good value.

Tim:

Is it Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson?

Joe:

Him, too.

Tim:

We’re not talking football here, we’re just talking oh boy.

Joe:

Yeah, yeah, yeah. We’re not talking about the dreamy guys, we’re talking about… All right. So listen. This guy is just so appealing to me. I don’t know what it is about him. I like the value and you can get him in the fourth, fifth-round sometimes. And I just like the opportunity. The guy I’m talking about here, he’s a bit of a sneaky guy that you can get as your wide receiver one that could put up a lot of points, is D.J. Chark. I think Minshew takes a step up this year. I think the Jacksonville Jaguars believe in him. There really isn’t a wide receiver there that’s really going to affect Chark. I think Chark is the main guy there. And he’s 23rd right now, sitting 23rd in PPR on the consensus rankings. So right now, they’ve got… Who do they got ahead of him here? I’m trying to take a look here. He’s great value. They’ve got Tyler Lockett out ahead of him, which I don’t really trust. Robert Woods is the wide receiver two. There’s a ton of wide receiver twos that are sitting ahead of him. I like him, I like the value. Because if you got Godwins and Evans, they’re both in the top 10 on the concensus. Only one of them is going to finish top 10 because we know Brady gravitates to one guy. I love Chark. I just think he’s going to get the volume. Now, if you look at last year, Tim, 118 targets, 73 receptions, over 1000 yards, 1008 receiving yards, 8 touchdowns. I think there’s no way but up for this guy finishing, what, 17th. Where did he finish? 17th in PPR rankings amongst wide receivers? Look for the ceiling for this guy. I like him, Tim. I don’t know what it is, man. Something’s calling me. Chark is calling me.

Tim:

Good call, man. The targets are good, so a few more touchdowns, a few more targets, better hands. That’s not a great ratio. You said 117 and caught, what? Like 80?

Joe:

118, 73 I believe it was, for receptions.

Tim:

118, 73. Yeah. That’s not great. It’s probably in that mid 60% range. So it’s good, but I’d like to see a little more sure-handed and, yeah, the points will be right there. So, yeah, if you can pick him up in that four, five, six area, good pickup.

Joe:

He’s primed. He is primed for a good season. He’s not a small dude. He’s 6’4, 198, going into his third season, coming off a little mini breakout season last year, again, technically the wide receiver one. I’m excited. And he finds the red zone, he’s got good hands. I’m pumped about this guy. I love the volume and I’m going to try to get him in my leagues as my wide receiver two, three if I can.

Tim:

Nice.

Joe:

All right, man. Anything else here?

Tim:

That’s it for me, man.

Joe:

We’ve covered a lot. We gave you a lot of good names. Pittman, Claypool, Jefferson, if you’re looking at wide receivers. Couple sleepers there. Gave you some sure solid guys that are in the early rounds, avoiding those Odell Beckhams, obviously. Although, I want to make a point here. I think Odell has a better year this year. He is due. He is due. If he stays healthy, he’s got to do better than he has the past couple years, even though I’m not a fan.

Tim:

Yeah, that’s like a compliment coming from you.

Joe:

I know. I know. Well he’s due. It’s one of those things, like what goes up must come down. Well, he’s been down for so long.

Tim:

He’s got to come up sooner or later.

Joe:

He’s got to go up. If not, he’s really… Three years in a row he’s busted. If you go four years in a row, I don’t want to hear any type. There’s still hype videos of Odell doing catches on the sideline and practice. There’s still hyping him up like he’s this ultra-elite receiver. He’s not. He’s so overrated. And they always say, “Oh, it’s the quarterback. The quarterback.” Look at Hopkins. Hopkins had some crappy quarterbacks. He still performed, right? I’m just sick of these excuses. I hate excuses.

Tim:

Yeah, man. I think of a golf analogy. It’s drive for show, putt for dough. When it comes to… Geez, I just blanked on his name. When it comes to Beckham, he’s all about the drive for show. He’s not worried about the short game, he’s in there, he’s flashy, he likes to be in the limelight when he’s away from football even. It’s time to put up or shut up.

Joe:

That’s it. You got to get it done. So that’s it, guys. Those are some wide receiver must-haves for you for 2020 fantasy football, your must-own wide receivers. Get them, get them at good value, and get the 16 round draft solution, guys. That is the game-changer at thefantasyfootballcounselor.com. 16 rounds. And of course, leave those comments below. I’ll get to as many as I possibly can. Well, thanks Tim for being here, as usual, man. And we are out, guys. Subscribe and leave a thumbs up. We’ll talk soon.

Tim:

Have a good one, everybody.

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