A.J. Brown, Tennessee Titans – A.J. Brown’s dynasty stock was out of control after balling out the last 6 weeks of the regular season. After his 1 catch 4-yard Wild Card game performance against New England, perhaps you can manage a more reasonable deal to acquire him. My concern with Brown’s dynasty stock is the run heavy approach of the Derrick Henry led Titans’ offense. Furthermore, Brown’s unsustainable 20.2 yards per reception. And finally, was Tannehill’s 2019 run an aberration? Or can he excel when faced with legitimate expectations over 16 games? Use those points to try and finesse a Brown owner as his dynasty arrow is pointing up.
Deebo Samuel, San Francisco 49ers – Deebo “The Pitbull” Samuel has been electric for the Niners this season both as a receiver and running the football. After a slow start in 2019, Deebo showed the league why he was my 2nd ranked WR in the class finishing up strong once the 49ers realized that they needed to feed him the football. I am not sure how much longer Emmanuel Sanders will be a 49er but his presence seemingly helped Deebo develop his craft. Deebo should be the second option in the passing game behind George Kittle no matter who is in the 49ers WR room in 2020.