Secondary: Ricky Seals-Jones – 9.6% Ownership
Seals-Jones has been a sleeper candidate for awhile now, but it seems like he’s finally coming into his own as a route runner and pass catcher. The Arizona offense is a complete mess but he’s been a bright spot on a team that needs a few. Just this morning the Cardinals named rookie Josh Rosen their starting quarterback which can only be an improvement from what they’ve seen from Sam Bradford.
Seals Jones has steadily increased his routes run in every game and has seen fifteen targets through three weeks which is a strong number at a position that doesn’t produce a lot of weekly starters. Seals-Jones is improving every game and if he’s able to click with Rosen at some point this season he could really take off.
His athletic profile is lights out and his ability to catch passes helps him stand out from the crowd. The tight end position is nasty this year, even in an age where it’s nasty in general. Seals-Jones presents a lot of upside and wouldn’t be the worst option at the end of your bench.
Recommended FAAB: 0%