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Week 4 Rankings Analysis - Nick Mariano vs. ECR


Welcome, one and all, to the weekly piece that puts my rankings under the microscope and gives me a chance to explain myself against the Expert Consensus Rankings (ECR) found on FantasyPros. My hope is to help you understand why I’m significantly higher or lower on players than the expert crowd.

I'll be examining my own ranks against the ECR on a position-by-position basis, as the overall and flex tabs can simply get insane with every position folded in with the others. I focus on QB, RB, WR, and TE -- feel free to holler if you really want K or DEF notes.

Below you will find my rankings and analysis, separated by position. If anything strikes a chord, I’m always available for questions via Twitter: @NMariano53. But enough chit-chat, let’s dance.

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Week 4 Quarterbacks - Rankings Analysis

There are three quarterbacks inside the top-14 that I like more than three slots above the ECR. They are Deshaun Watson, Ryan Fitzpatrick and Andrew Luck. Watson isn’t particularly interesting here because he’s still a top-8 QB that you’re starting if you have him no matter how you slice it, but Fitzpatrick and Luck go from the outside of the top-14 to being startable in 12-team 1QB formats for me.

Fitzmagic looks like he’s getting at least one more week under center for Tampa Bay in a tough matchup against the Chicago Khalil Mack’s, but there’s no way that I condone sitting a man who just became the first QB in NFL history to throw for 400+ yards in three straight games. The Bucs have no run game and need everything to go through Fitz, whose 70.3% completion rate is sixth-best in the NFL. Luck’s 68.5% mark is 10th, and he and the Colts have the same non-existent ground game. The points may not come through deep bombs to T.Y. Hilton, but it’ll get there.

Notable QBs I’m against are Kirk Cousins and Carson Wentz, though I should note that I have Philip Rivers at No. 8 compared to an ECR of 4. That doesn’t mean you bench him, but I don’t love the setup for DFS since I still think the Bills get railroaded early. Cousins looked overmatched by said Bills last week and now has to deal with the Rams’ front seven. Carson Wentz and the Eagles are road favorites against a stingy Titans defense that has clamped down with their offense ailing. Wentz is still shaking off some rust and may be without Alshon Jeffery yet again. I’ll go elsewhere, thank you very much.

Rank Player Name Team Position ECR vs. ECR
1 Patrick Mahomes KC QB 1 0
2 Drew Brees NO QB 2 0
3 Aaron Rodgers GB QB 3 0
4 Deshaun Watson HOU QB 6 2
5 Matt Ryan ATL QB 7 2
6 Ben Roethlisberger PIT QB 8 2
7 Tom Brady NE QB 5 -2
8 Philip Rivers LAC QB 4 -4
9 Andy Dalton CIN QB 10 1
10 Russell Wilson SEA QB 9 -1
11 Matthew Stafford DET QB 11 0
12 Ryan Fitzpatrick TB QB 15 3
13 Andrew Luck IND QB 16 3
14 Jared Goff LAR QB 12 -2
15 Kirk Cousins MIN QB 13 -2
16 Eli Manning NYG QB 17 1
17 Case Keenum DEN QB 18 1
18 Carson Wentz PHI QB 14 -4
19 Baker Mayfield CLE QB 19 0
20 Joe Flacco BAL QB 21 1
21 Derek Carr OAK QB 24 3
22 Mitch Trubisky CHI QB 23 1
23 Ryan Tannehill MIA QB 20 -3
24 Blake Bortles JAC QB 22 -2
25 Dak Prescott DAL QB 25 0
26 C.J. Beathard SF QB 28 2
27 Josh Allen BUF QB 26 -1
28 Marcus Mariota TEN QB 27 -1
29 Josh Rosen ARI QB 29 0
30 Sam Darnold NYJ QB 30 0
31 Lamar Jackson BAL QB 32 1
32 Taysom Hill NO QB 34 2
33 Jameis Winston TB QB 31 -2
34 Sam Bradford ARI QB 33 -1
35 Jacoby Brissett IND QB 37 2
36 Blaine Gabbert TEN QB 35 -1

 

Week 4 Running Backs - Rankings Analysis

Perhaps most experts are waiting on practice reports to come out before entrusting Leonard Fournette again, but I’ve got him at No. 6 compared to No. 12 on the ECR. He’s squarely in the RB1 conversation for me with Jacksonville as seven-point favorites at home against the Jets. The Jags just got embarrassed with Blake Bortles trying to do it himself and I don’t think they’ll be shy about letting Fournette reclaim his spot as alpha dog in this offense. A two-TD game to follow in Carlos Hyde’s footsteps seems likely.

I’m also elevating Aaron Jones from an ECR of 30 toward the No. 25 range, which has him sniffing RB2 territory in 12-teamers. I think Green Bay has seen enough of Jamaal Williams -- who won’t just disappear, mind you, but he’s put up 135 yards on 36 carries with five catches and subpar pass protection -- while Jones outrushed Williams in his return (42 yards to 29). The Pack are favored by 10 points over Buffalo and frankly, both RBs could combine for three or four TDs if they want to protect Aaron Rodgers.

I’m lower on Matt Breida, Royce Freeman, Isaiah Crowell, the aforementioned Williams and Jordan Wilkins by roughly five slots each. Breida’s ding is through no fault of his own, but I’m downgrading the entire 49ers team until I see C.J. Beathard sustain drives. Breida is a high-end RB3 (around No. 25) until that day. Freeman, Crowell, Williams and Wilkins are all fitting that two-down mold where they need a TD to make value and I trust Phillip Lindsay, Bilal Powell, Jones and Nyheim Hines more than them. Give me the dynamic pass-catchers in 2018.

Rank Player Name Team Position ECR vs. ECR
1 Alvin Kamara NO RB 1 0
2 Ezekiel Elliott DAL RB 3 1
3 Todd Gurley LAR RB 2 -1
4 Melvin Gordon LAC RB 4 0
5 Saquon Barkley NYG RB 5 0
6 Leonard Fournette JAC RB 13 7
7 James Conner PIT RB 7 0
8 Jordan Howard CHI RB 6 -2
9 Giovani Bernard CIN RB 10 1
10 Kareem Hunt KC RB 8 -2
11 David Johnson ARI RB 9 -2
12 Carlos Hyde CLE RB 12 0
13 Marshawn Lynch OAK RB 15 2
14 Lamar Miller HOU RB 14 0
15 Tevin Coleman ATL RB 11 -4
16 Chris Carson SEA RB 18 2
17 Alex Collins BAL RB 17 0
18 Sony Michel NE RB 19 1
19 Dalvin Cook MIN RB 26 7
20 Kenyan Drake MIA RB 16 -4
21 Devonta Freeman ATL RB 70 49
22 Kerryon Johnson DET RB 20 -2
23 Dion Lewis TEN RB 23 0
24 Matt Breida SF RB 21 -3
25 Phillip Lindsay DEN RB 22 -3
26 Aaron Jones GB RB 30 4
27 Austin Ekeler LAC RB 29 2
28 Royce Freeman DEN RB 24 -4
29 Javorius Allen BAL RB 33 4
30 Derrick Henry TEN RB 28 -2
31 James White NE RB 25 -6
32 LeSean McCoy BUF RB 36 4
33 Peyton Barber TB RB 35 2
34 Jay Ajayi PHI RB 40 6
35 Bilal Powell NYJ RB 31 -4
36 Isaiah Crowell NYJ RB 27 -9
37 Jamaal Williams GB RB 32 -5
38 Alfred Morris SF RB 34 -4
39 Nyheim Hines IND RB 46 7
40 Chris Ivory BUF RB 43 3
41 Latavius Murray MIN RB 39 -2
42 Ty Montgomery GB RB 47 5
43 Tarik Cohen CHI RB 42 -1
44 Marlon Mack IND RB 54 10
45 T.J. Yeldon JAC RB 41 -4
46 Corey Clement PHI RB 37 -9
47 Jordan Wilkins IND RB 38 -9
48 Frank Gore MIA RB 48 0
49 LeGarrette Blount DET RB 44 -5
50 Duke Johnson CLE RB 45 -5
51 Jalen Richard OAK RB 53 2
52 Rashaad Penny SEA RB 51 -1
53 Theo Riddick DET RB 50 -3
54 Alfred Blue HOU RB 60 6
55 Devontae Booker DEN RB 61 6
56 Doug Martin OAK RB 56 0
57 Mike Gillislee NO RB 64 7
58 Chase Edmonds ARI RB 59 1
59 Darren Sproles PHI RB 65 6
60 Jacquizz Rodgers TB RB 62 2
61 Spencer Ware KC RB 63 2
62 Kyle Juszczyk SF RB 58 -4
63 Corey Grant JAC RB 57 -6
64 Marcus Murphy BUF RB 55 -9
65 Malcolm Brown LAR RB 66 1
66 John Kelly LAR RB 84 18
67 Rod Smith DAL RB 73 6
68 Nick Chubb CLE RB 67 -1
69 Roc Thomas MIN RB 81 12
70 Wendell Smallwood PHI RB 52 -18
71 Mark Walton CIN RB 69 -2
72 Mike Boone MIN RB 74 2
73 C.J. Prosise SEA RB 71 -2
74 Ito Smith ATL RB 49 -25
75 Jonathan Stewart NYG RB 76 1
76 Damien Williams KC RB 77 1
77 Wayne Gallman NYG RB 68 -9
78 Stevan Ridley PIT RB 72 -6
79 Ameer Abdullah DET RB 88 9
80 Jonathan Williams NO RB 79 -1
81 Mike Davis SEA RB 82 1
82 Paul Perkins NYG RB 94 12
83 Deandre Washington OAK RB 91 8
84 Derrick Coleman ARI RB 109 25
85 Justin Jackson LAC RB 95 10
86 Kalen Ballage MIA RB 92 6
87 CJ Ham MIN RB 87 0
88 Trey Edmunds PIT RB 96 8
89 Shaun Wilson TB RB 80 -9
90 Ronald Jones II TB RB 75 -15
91 Thomas Rawls CIN RB 86 -5
92 James Develin NE RB 99 7
93 Bo Scarbrough DAL RB 105 12
94 Trenton Cannon NYJ RB 98 4
95 Gregory Howell HOU RB 113 18
96 Josh Adams PHI RB 83 -13
97 Roosevelt Nix PIT RB 110 13
98 Tyler Ervin HOU RB 89 -9
99 Anthony Sherman KC RB 85 -14
100 David Fluellen TEN RB 117 17
101 Tre Madden SEA RB 90 -11
102 Andy Janovich DEN RB 97 -5
103 Tommy Bohanon JAC RB 100 -3
104 Brian Hill ATL RB 115 11
105 Patrick DiMarco BUF RB 101 -4
106 Zach Line NO RB 93 -13
107 Elijhaa Penny NYG RB 124 17
108 Raheem Mostert SF RB 111 3
109 Benny Cunningham CHI RB 116 7
110 T.J. Logan ARI RB 123 13
111 Brandon Wilds JAC RB 120 9
112 Michael Burton CHI RB 118 6
113 Justin Davis LAR RB 130 17

 

Week 4 Wide Receivers - Rankings Analysis

There aren’t many surprises here, but I do have Corey Davis 10 slots above ECR right now because he’s pretty much the only non-running back that offers any upside at the moment. Rishard Matthews isn’t even looming anymore -- it’s bad in Tennessee. I can’t vouch for Marcus Mariota’s arm and I hope they don’t need to turn to Austin Davis at any point, but Davis should see double-digit targets the rest of the way. That’s usually enough for WR3 consideration from me.

Then there’s Antonio Callaway (No. 38 for me, No. 47 per ECR), who I believe will flourish with Baker Mayfield at the controls. Yes, Callaway had an ugly drop or two last Thursday but he’s a rookie who saw his target share jump from 13% in Week 2 to 27% in Week 3. I’m never going to play Rishard Higgins and Duke Johnson has fallen by the wayside, which means Callaway could join David Njoku and Jarvis Landry as the trio of playmakers for Mayfield. He’s switched between left and right receiver enough where he’ll get just as much burnable Gareon Conley as he does the tougher Rashaan Melvin for Oakland.

I’m down on Kenny Stills, making him my No. 41 WR compared to an ECR of No. 32, as he’s certainly viewed as the No. 1 option in the passing game and should be locked down tightly by the Patriots defense. It’ll be interesting to see how Devante Parker continues to work back in, but I don’t want to rely on Stills breaking loose here in likely bracket coverage over the top.

I’m also lower once again on Quincy Enunwa, who is fantastic in a vacuum but still not at a level where I’d lean on him against Jacksonville’s secondary. This also means trusting Sam Darnold to turn up on the road against that pressure. No thanks! Ditto, Robby Anderson, who has just 10 targets through three games. I’m also fading both SF WRs by about 10 slots each, but that’s no surprise at this point.

Rank Player Name Team Position ECR vs. ECR
1 Antonio Brown PIT WR 2 1
2 Michael Thomas NO WR 1 -1
3 Odell Beckham Jr. NYG WR 3 0
4 Julio Jones ATL WR 5 1
5 Tyreek Hill KC WR 6 1
6 DeAndre Hopkins HOU WR 4 -2
7 A.J. Green CIN WR 11 4
8 Mike Evans TB WR 10 2
9 Adam Thielen MIN WR 12 3
10 Keenan Allen LAC WR 7 -3
11 Davante Adams GB WR 9 -2
12 Juju Smith-Schuster PIT WR 8 -4
13 Stefon Diggs MIN WR 13 0
14 Jarvis Landry CLE WR 15 1
15 T.Y. Hilton IND WR 16 1
16 Brandin Cooks LAR WR 18 2
17 Emmanuel Sanders DEN WR 14 -3
18 Will Fuller HOU WR 17 -1
19 Robert Woods LAR WR 22 3
20 Kenny Golladay DET WR 20 0
21 Allen Robinson CHI WR 19 -2
22 John Brown BAL WR 24 2
23 Golden Tate DET WR 21 -2
24 Demaryius Thomas DEN WR 23 -1
25 Sammy Watkins KC WR 25 0
26 Sterling Shepard NYG WR 30 4
27 Cooper Kupp LAR WR 28 1
28 Marvin Jones DET WR 26 -2
29 Tyler Lockett SEA WR 31 2
30 Amari Cooper OAK WR 29 -1
31 Nelson Agholor PHI WR 27 -4
32 Tyler Boyd CIN WR 34 2
33 Calvin Ridley ATL WR 33 0
34 Keelan Cole JAC WR 35 1
35 Corey Davis TEN WR 43 8
36 Chris Hogan NE WR 39 3
37 Mike Williams LAC WR 36 -1
38 Antonio Callaway CLE WR 46 8
39 Michael Crabtree BAL WR 37 -2
40 Randall Cobb GB WR 45 5
41 Kenny Stills MIA WR 32 -9
42 Geronimo Allison GB WR 44 2
43 Larry Fitzgerald ARI WR 38 -5
44 DeSean Jackson TB WR 40 -4
45 Chris Godwin TB WR 42 -3
46 Ted Ginn NO WR 48 2
47 Quincy Enunwa NYJ WR 41 -6
48 Jordy Nelson OAK WR 47 -1
49 Josh Gordon NE WR 50 1
50 Alshon Jeffery PHI WR 73 23
51 Brandon Marshall SEA WR 52 1
52 Ryan Grant IND WR 58 6
53 Dede Westbrook JAC WR 51 -2
54 Kelvin Benjamin BUF WR 54 0
55 Taylor Gabriel CHI WR 60 5
56 Marquise Goodwin SF WR 49 -7
57 Mohamed Sanu ATL WR 61 4
58 Willie Snead BAL WR 62 4
59 Albert Wilson MIA WR 63 4
60 Christian Kirk ARI WR 55 -5
61 John Ross CIN WR 74 13
62 Courtland Sutton DEN WR 57 -5
63 Robby Anderson NYJ WR 59 -4
64 Donte Moncrief JAC WR 64 0
65 Tyrell Williams LAC WR 53 -12
66 Pierre Garcon SF WR 56 -10
67 Cole Beasley DAL WR 66 -1
68 Devante Parker MIA WR 68 0
69 Danny Amendola MIA WR 65 -4
70 Phillip Dorsett NE WR 67 -3
71 Taywan Taylor TEN WR 76 5
72 Martavis Bryant OAK WR 77 5
73 Jaron Brown SEA WR 75 2
74 Allen Hurns DAL WR 72 -2
75 James Washington PIT WR 70 -5
76 Anthony Miller CHI WR 82 6
77 Rashard Higgins CLE WR 71 -6
78 Jakeem Grant MIA WR 69 -9
79 Zay Jones BUF WR 79 0
80 Deonte Thompson DAL WR 87 7
81 Terrelle Pryor NYJ WR 83 2
82 Cameron Meredith NO WR 80 -2
83 Dante Pettis SF WR 78 -5
84 Michael Gallup DAL WR 84 0
85 Cordarrelle Patterson NE WR 98 13
86 Chris Conley KC WR 85 -1
87 Andre Holmes BUF WR 94 7
88 Jermaine Kearse NYJ WR 91 3
89 Jordan Matthews PHI WR 90 1
90 Chester Rogers IND WR 86 -4
91 Chad Williams ARI WR 97 6
92 Laquon Treadwell MIN WR 89 -3
93 Tavon Austin DAL WR 81 -12
94 Cody Latimer NYG WR 92 -2
95 Tre'Quan Smith NO WR 88 -7
96 Trent Taylor SF WR 93 -3
97 Adam Humphries TB WR 96 -1
98 Seth Roberts OAK WR 101 3
99 Tajae Sharpe TEN WR 99 0
100 Kevin White CHI WR 117 17
101 Travis Benjamin LAC WR 100 -1
102 TJ Jones DET WR 104 2
103 Demarcus Robinson KC WR 115 12
104 Robert Foster BUF WR 106 2
105 Austin Carr NO WR 103 -2
106 Russell Shepard NYG WR 118 12
107 Ryan Switzer PIT WR 102 -5
108 D.J. Chark JAC WR 111 3
109 Vyncint Smith HOU WR 107 -2
110 Marcell Ateman OAK WR 119 9
111 Justin Hunter PIT WR 125 14
112 Shelton Gibson PHI WR 128 16
113 Kamar Aiken PHI WR 109 -4
114 Kendrick Bourne SF WR 122 8
115 Josh Reynolds LAR WR 124 9
116 Josh Malone CIN WR 114 -2
117 Marvin Hall ATL WR 116 -1
118 Josh Bellamy CHI WR 126 8
119 Marquez Valdes-Scantling GB WR 112 -7
120 Aldrick Robinson MIN WR 135 15
121 Ray-Ray McCloud BUF WR 127 6
122 Brandon LaFell OAK WR 105 -17
123 Terrance Williams DAL WR 120 -3
124 J.J. Nelson ARI WR 110 -14
125 Chris Moore BAL WR 113 -12
126 De'Anthony Thomas KC WR 121 -5
127 Daesean Hamilton DEN WR 133 6
128 Jojo Natson LAR WR 144 16
129 Khadarel Hodge LAR WR 145 16
130 Geremy Davis LAC WR 141 11
131 Alex Erickson CIN WR 143 12
132 Brice Butler DAL WR 140 8
133 Darrius Heyward-Bey PIT WR 136 3
134 J'mon Moore GB WR 139 5
135 Tim Patrick DEN WR 134 -1
136 Jaydon Mickens JAC WR 147 11
137 David Moore SEA WR 131 -6
138 J.J. Jones LAC WR 146 8
139 Justin Hardy ATL WR 132 -7
140 Sammie Coates HOU WR 137 -3
141 Rashad Greene JAC WR 151 10
142 Zach Pascal IND WR 123 -19
143 Keke Coutee HOU WR 130 -13
144 Nick Williams TEN WR 154 10
145 Tim White BAL WR 155 10
146 Marcus Kemp KC WR 150 4
147 Charone Peake NYJ WR 161 14

 

Week 4 Tight Ends - Rankings Analysis

The Saints and Benjamin Watson are facing off with a Giants team that was a laughing stock at defending the tight end in 2017. They’ve looked better on paper to begin 2018, but they also haven’t really faced a viable TE yet, and even then, they gave up 40+ receiving yards to both of Houston’s TEs (Jordan Akins and Ryan Griffin) in Week 3.

While everyone (rightfully) swoons over Alvin Kamara and Michael Thomas, I’ll gladly boost Watson since NYG can’t afford to double-team him here. If you want a longshot TE flyer then how about Big Blue’s new starting TE, Rhett Ellison? You could do worse in a plus matchup against the porous Saints D.

I’m lower on Trey Burton and George Kittle, putting each at No. 10 and No. 13, respectively. I trust Burton’s athleticism to eventually translate into stats, but Mitch Trubisky is a one-read youngster right now, and his one read is usually Allen Robinson. I know the Bucs just allowed Vance McDonald to top 100 yards with a score and that’s the only reason Burton is in the top-10 still. He’s in “prove it” territory now. Then there’s Kittle and the 49ers who need to lean on C.J. Beathard on the road as 10-point underdogs against the Chargers, who have held opposing TEs to a collective 9-87-0 line on 18 targets in ‘18. Yikes.

Rank Player Name Team Position ECR vs. ECR
1 Rob Gronkowski NE TE 2 1
2 Travis Kelce KC TE 1 -1
3 Zach Ertz PHI TE 3 0
4 Jared Cook OAK TE 6 2
5 Eric Ebron IND TE 9 4
6 Jimmy Graham GB TE 4 -2
7 Kyle Rudolph MIN TE 5 -2
8 Benjamin Watson NO TE 13 5
9 O.J. Howard TB TE 8 -1
10 Trey Burton CHI TE 7 -3
11 David Njoku CLE TE 11 0
12 Tyler Eifert CIN TE 12 0
13 George Kittle SF TE 10 -3
14 Jack Doyle IND TE 25 11
15 Vance McDonald PIT TE 14 -1
16 Austin Hooper ATL TE 16 0
17 Austin Seferian-Jenkins JAC TE 17 0
18 Ricky Seals-Jones ARI TE 15 -3
19 Rhett Ellison NYG TE 23 4
20 Will Dissly SEA TE 18 -2
21 Jake Butt DEN TE 20 -1
22 Nick Vannett SEA TE 32 10
23 Dallas Goedert PHI TE 19 -4
24 Ryan Griffin HOU TE 29 5
25 Charles Clay BUF TE 22 -3
26 Geoff Swaim DAL TE 31 5
27 Antonio Gates LAC TE 24 -3
28 Jesse James PIT TE 21 -7
29 Mark Andrews BAL TE 27 -2
30 Mike Gesicki MIA TE 30 0
31 Jonnu Smith TEN TE 28 -3
32 Nick Boyle BAL TE 35 3
33 Jeff Heuerman DEN TE 38 5
34 Cameron Brate TB TE 26 -8
35 Jason Croom BUF TE 36 1
36 Tyler Higbee LAR TE 33 -3
37 Maxx Williams BAL TE 41 4
38 Jaylen Samuels PIT TE
39 Gerald Everett LAR TE 46 7
40 Luke Willson DET TE 39 -1
41 Jordan Akins HOU TE 43 2
42 C.J. Uzomah CIN TE 37 -5
43 Joshua Perkins PHI TE 51 8
44 Virgil Green LAC TE 40 -4
45 Garrett Celek SF TE 34 -11
46 A.J. Derby MIA TE 42 -4
47 Jermaine Gresham ARI TE 50 3
48 Eric Tomlinson NYJ TE 54 6
49 Chris Herndon IV NYJ TE 45 -4
50 Josh Hill NO TE 52 2
51 Neal Sterling NYJ TE 57 6
52 Tyler Kroft CIN TE 49 -3
53 Demetrius Harris KC TE 56 3
54 Luke Stocker TEN TE 47 -7
55 Jordan Thomas HOU TE 44 -11
56 Lance Kendricks GB TE 59 3
57 Darren Fells CLE TE 53 -4
58 Hayden Hurst BAL TE 68 10
59 Niles Paul JAC TE 69 10
60 Dion Sims CHI TE 58 -2
61 Blake Jarwin DAL TE 55 -6
62 Dwayne Allen NE TE 66 4
63 Seth DeValve CLE TE 76 13
64 James O'Shaughnessy JAC TE 61 -3
65 David Morgan MIN TE 74 9
66 Derek Carrier OAK TE 62 -4
67 Jordan Leggett NYJ TE
68 Erik Swoope IND TE 48 -20
69 Eric Saubert ATL TE 79 10
70 Levine Toilolo DET TE 70 0
71 Logan Paulsen ATL TE 60 -11
72 Scott Simonson NYG TE 71 -1
73 Jacob Hollister NE TE 64 -9
74 Darrell Daniels FA TE
75 Michael Roberts DET TE 63 -12
76 Antony Auclair TB TE
77 Rico Gathers DAL TE 77 0
78 Logan Thomas BUF TE 67 -11
79 Orson Charles CLE TE
80 Daniel Brown CHI TE
81 Lee Smith OAK TE 72 -9
82 Alex Ellis KC TE
83 Ben Braunecker CHI TE
84 Hakeem Valles DET TE 75 -9
85 Khari Lee BUF TE 73 -12
86 Cole Wick SF TE
87 Alan Cross TB TE
88 MyCole Pruitt TEN TE
89 Gabe Holmes ARI TE
90 Marcedes Lewis GB TE
91 Xavier Grimble PIT TE

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