2020 Mastermind Championship Projection (MCP) Board (Preview)

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  Last Updated 09/07/2020 7:39 PM
Rank Up/Dn Name Team BYE PassAT PassCOM PassYds PassTDs INT FUM RushAT RushYds RushTDs FantPnts
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1 Patrick Mahomes KC 10 558 369 4660 37 7 4 53 240 2 380
Mahomes showed he still has it when healthy in the playoffs and Super Bowl. All his targets return, so he is the top guy in 2020!
2 Lamar Jackson BAL 8 441 287 3320 29 7 3 142 860 6 375
Jackson was the surprise of 2019 and returns as a serious running threat, but needs to improve his passing accuracy a bit. That said, he is still an elite fantasy producer.
3 Dak Prescott DAL 10 572 369 4700 28 10 2 49 250 3 362
Confidence is high that the Cowboys sign him to a long-term deal. He showed he is an elite producer for fantasy in 2019, and that will not change in 2020.
4 Kyler Murray ARZ 8 562 365 4200 27 10 5 85 460 3 355
Murray gets a gift in Hopkins as his new primary target. He improved a lot during the 2019 season, and is in position to climb into the top 5 QBs for fantasy in 2020.
5 DeShaun Watson HOU 8 538 337 3980 27 13 3 86 430 5 353
Watson loses Hopkins, but remains a serious fantasy producer with the addition of Cooks, along with Johnson to anchor the backfield.
6 Russell Wilson SEA 6 505 328 4020 31 7 3 73 330 3 345
Wilson can dominate, but at other times he fails to produce much. That said, the development of Metcalf really helps his chances in 2020.
7 Josh Allen BUF 11 515 298 3460 23 10 2 102 470 7 331
Allen has top 5 potential, but he needs to improve his deep ball accuracy. Hopefully, the addition of Diggs helps this area of need in 2020.
8 Tom Brady TB 13 578 376 4360 33 10 2 22 30 1 326
Brady walks into an amazing situation for a high-powered passing game with little running threat. That said, he is well into his 40s, so this may be his last hurrah.
9 Matt Ryan ATL 10 605 415 4400 28 12 4 33 120 1 322
Ryan returns as one of the best passers in the league, but he does not run much. Still, the presence of Jones and Ridley keeps him in the top 10.
10 Matthew Stafford DET 5 563 369 4500 29 11 2 23 70 0 319
Stafford was on track for a top 10 finish until a back injury took him out for half of the 2019 season. He is healthy and should produce nicely for anyone drafting him in the middle rounds of their draft. He gets a boost after having a sharp camp, pushing him into the top 10 QBs.
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