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Quarterbacks

030 — Justin Fields, Chi (QB28)

Could Justin Fields be the second-best (or even THE best) QB in the 2021 draft class? (5/11) Advice: Fields could be a starting-caliber Fantasy option as soon as he is the starter. Think of guys like Lamar Jackson, Kyler Murray, or Jalen Hurts in recent years doing so. Fields wasn’t as prolific a rusher as those guys in college, but he’s got all the physical tools to be a plus rusher. If Fields was going to start from Week 1, I would probably rank him as a top-12 QB for Fantasy. (CBSSports.com)

Wide Receivers

061 — Allen Robinson II, Chi (WR13)

Allen Robinson II Fantasy Football Outlook (2021) (7/9) Advice: Opportunity is everything, right? It’s why despite Robinson’s lackluster quarterback play, he’s been able to finish as a top-12 receiver in back-to-back seasons. The upgrade to Andy Dalton was solid, but if the Bears play Justin Fields, it could be even better. Based on opportunity alone, Robinson should have finished as the WR4 in each of the last two seasons (that’s based on how many targets he saw and where he saw them), so there’s certainly room for improvement in his finish. Robinson has proven to be a WR1 with bad quarterback play in this same offense, making him one of the safer options as a low-end WR1/high-end WR2. (FantasyPros.com)
ADP: 2.02 — 4.11
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Born: August 24, 1993, Detroit, MI

130 — Darnell Mooney, Chi (WR57)

2021 fantasy player outlook for Darnell Mooney, WR, Chicago Bears (6/23) Advice: Mooney’s rookie season got lost in the greatness of Justin Jefferson, but Mooney clearly established himself as the No. 2 receiver in Chicago. Now the question is whether there will be enough wide receiver targets to make him Fantasy relevant. The Bears brought back most of their receiving corps from 2020 and Tarik Cohen’s return may mean more targets going to running backs. In Matt Nagy’s three seasons in Chicago, Allen Robinson was the only receiver to earn more than 100 targets. That target risk means you should wait until the double-digit rounds to select Mooney in re-draft, but he’s more desirable in Dynasty due to his youth and the fact that Robinson could be gone in 2022. (CBSSports.com)
ADP: 8.01 — 15.06
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Born: October 29, 1997, Gadsden, AL

Running Backs

080 — David Montgomery, Chi (RB17)

David Montgomery Fantasy Football Outlook (2021) (7/7) Advice: I was the one pounding the drum for David Montgomery last season when he was being drafted as the 25th RB off the board. With that being said, in no way did I anticipate a top-5 finish! Despite a truly terrible offense, Montgomery produced for fantasy managers and helped deliver some titles with his dominant stretch to end the year. Unfortunately, we shouldn’t be expecting that same level of dominance in 2021. Tarik Cohen will be back and healthy, which means a dramatic dip in receiving production for Montgomery. Additionally, Damien Williams was added to this backfield to take the Cordarrelle Patterson role, which will take some carries away too. Montgomery is still going to provide fantasy managers with a very safe floor week after week, but we need to temper our expectations for the young RB heading into this season. Fantasy players that draft Montgomery thinking that they’re going to get 2020 production are most likely going to be disappointed. It’s safe to view Montgomery as a mid-range RB2. My Very Early Projection: 249-1058-8 rushing & 31-238-1 receiving. (FantasyPros.com)
ADP: 2.01 — 4.06
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Born: June 7, 1997, Cincinnati, OH

167 — Tarik Cohen, Chi (RB38)

2021 fantasy player outlook for Tarik Cohen, RB, Chicago Bears (6/23) Advice: Cohen missed most of 2020 with a torn ACL and David Montgomery had a major breakout. That makes Cohen’s role in 2021 more mysterious than it was heading into last season. For that reason, Cohen should be treated as a low-end No. 3 running back in PPR worth a pick no sooner than Round 8. In non-PPR he’s a flier in the double-digit rounds. (CBSSports.com)
Range: 4.03 — 12.03
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Born: July 26, 1995, Bunn, NC

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