Sam Darnold enters his third NFL season with the chance to be a sleeper Fantasy quarterback, and he's someone to target with a late-round pick in deeper leagues. Most likely, Darnold will go undrafted in most formats, but hopefully he stays healthy and can perform at a high level in 2020. In 2019, Darnold missed three games after being diagnosed with mono, and it's hard to say when he was fully healthy after returning to action in Week 6. He averaged just over 16 Fantasy points per game in his final 12 outings, and we'll see how he does in Year 2 with coach Adam Gase. He has new receivers in rookie Denzel Mims and Breshad Perriman, and they will help replace the departed Robby Anderson. And hopefully tight end Chris Herndon can stay healthy this year. Along with Le'Veon Bell and Jamison Crowder, Darnold has enough talent to succeed, and he's an option from the start of the season in 2QB and Superflex leagues. In one-quarterback leagues, keep an eye on Darnold's production, and he could become a streaming option.