PFF Fantasy reactions to every free-agency move
NFL free agency is upon us, and the PFF Fantasy team is reacting to all the big news with the important fantasy spins. Check below for all the fast reactions:
The former Raiders running back will become the de facto Adrian Peterson replacement in Minnesota.
The ex-Packer took a one-year deal to go to the Pacific Northwest.
This trade had been in discussion for some time now, as the Patriots add a big-name receiver alongside Julian Edelman and Rob Gronkowski.
Martellus Bennett will go from one future Hall-of-Fame quarterback to another as he heads to Green Bay.
With Kenny Britt in Cleveland and DeSean Jackson and Pierre Garcon out of Washington, the move of Pryor to the nation’s capital made some sense.
Along with Torrey Smith, Jeffery should give the Eagles a much more formidable receiving attack than they had in 2016.
Houston sent along a pick in the deal, clearing up the team’s quarterback position. There are rumors Osweiler won’t be in Cleveland long.
LaFell was actually Cincinnati’s top-scoring fantasy receiver in 2016, but the Bengals aren’t bringing him back for that.
Ginn could have reasonable boom-or-bust potential with New Orleans, but it all depends on what happens with Brandin Cooks.
Smith is coming off of a disappointing campaign in San Francisco, and doesn’t promise big value in Philadelphia.
It took only a few minutes for the Rams to replace Kenny Britt with Robert Woods, but Woods doesn’t offer the upside of Britt.
The wide receiver could be a fantasy starter in Cleveland, but if the Browns bring back Terrelle Pryor, there could be too many mouths to feed.
Whitworth obviously isn’t a fantasy option, but his addition should really help Todd Gurley.
The ex-Tampa Bay quarterback hasn’t played a lot, and doesn’t offer huge upside in Chicago.
The veteran receiver heads to the Buccaneers, and Jameis Winston looks like the biggest winner.
It should be more of the same for IDP out of ex-Cardinal Campbell as he joins an ascending Jacksonville defense.
Woodhead joins Kenneth Dixon and maybe Terrance West in what could be a muddled Baltimore backfield.
The receiver had his share of success in 2016, but he’s likely to regress from a touchdown perspective.
The tight end who plays alongside Rob Gronkowski almost always has fantasy value, and Allen should be no different.
San Francisco didn’t have much fantasy relevance before, and these signings should give the team … some.
The rumored dissolution of this relationship never really made sense, so it’s smart that that never happened.
The veteran wide receiver has bounced around the league, but he always starts hot with his new team.