The NFC South saw each team make some big moves to improve this offseason. What impact will it have on fantasy football?
The NFC South has always been a tough division. Determining the division winner usually comes down to the final weeks of the season. For fantasy football owners, there is a lot of talent to draft from these four teams. This season, the talent pool just got deeper.
The Falcons cut their longtime running back in favor of one looking to bounce back to elite status. The Panthers parted ways with their franchise quarterback while adding one familiar with the division and a wide receiver with big potential.
The Saints lost a backup quarterback but added another talented wide receiver to make this offense one of the best in the league. The Buccaneers added one of the best quarterbacks to play the game, albeit in the twilight of his career. Their running back picture also got a bit clearer.
I will be doing a piece for all eight divisions, leading up to (hopefully) week 1 of the 2020 fantasy football season. I will break down the offensive depth charts, let you know which players are worth drafting and which ones you should avoid. I will also include a player I see breaking out due to the moves made this offseason.
Based on your league’s settings, each owner values a player differently. A 2QB league will boost the value of quarterbacks more than a 1QB league will. The same can be said for leagues with multiple flex spots or a super-utility spot.
So, without further ado, here is my 2020 fantasy football breakdown of the NFC South, starting with the Atlanta Falcons.