In 2019, only Christian McCaffrey finished with more Fantasy points at running back than Aaron Jones. The Green Bay running back led the NFL in rushing touchdowns (16), and total TDs (19). But the Packers didn't stand pat at the position, taking Boston College's AJ Dillon in the second round of the NFL Draft in April. Many Fantasy players are still exhibiting confidence in Jones, as he is the 10th running back off the board, but how should you approach him during your 2020 Fantasy football draft prep?
Should you target Jones for an RB1 slot when making your 2020 Fantasy football picks, or will you regret spending an early selection on him? As you plan your upcoming drafts, you should listen to the 2020 Fantasy football advice from the team at SportsLine. They've put together a comprehensive 2020 Fantasy football draft bible that's the ultimate one-stop shop to help you set your 2020 Fantasy football strategy.
Prepared by proven SportsLine Fantasy experts Jody Smith, Jen Ryan and Jacob Gibbs, this is a must-have guide for any Fantasy football player preparing for snake, auction or best ball drafts.
Engel is a Fantasy Hall of Famer, Smith is ranked among the nation's most accurate Fantasy experts, and Gibbs is a data-driven prodigy who called Patrick Mahomes' monster 2018 season. All of them were dead-on last year, too. Gibbs, for instance, told readers to pounce on Chris Godwin and Dalvin Cook, but avoid Le'Veon Bell and Antonio Brown. This trio brings decades of Fantasy football advice and can give you a huge edge in your league.
This guide ranks every player at each position, but goes well beyond that, breaking down 2020 Fantasy football sleepers, breakouts and busts. There are also Fantasy football rookie rankings, coaching analysis, tips and much more. Their 2020 Fantasy football rankings are available in a printable format, so you can bring them right to your draft. Head to SportsLine now to get it all now.
Biggest 2020 Fantasy football busts
The guide includes Scott Engel's top 2020 Fantasy football busts:
Aaron Jones, RB, Packers: You should not have lofty expectations on Jones this season, as he is highly unlikely to come close to his 2019 Fantasy production. The number of red zone opportunities he converted into TD runs seems to be an outlier. The addition of Dillon damages Jones' possible production to the point where Gibbs recommends several other notable RBs over him.
Mark Ingram, RB, Ravens: Much like Jones, Ingram's quality Fantasy output last season was heavily tied to TD production that does not appear to be sustainable this year. The number of times Ingram landed in the end zone was not in line with his career norms. Plus, Ingram also has a rookie RB coming into the picture. He does not appear to be a strong top-20 selection at his position this season.
Zach Ertz, TE, Eagles: Expectations were lowered on Ertz heading into last year, and he may be headed for another tumble in 2020. He failed to finish as a top-three TE last season, as his overall production took a significant hit compared to his 2018 campaign, when he was a target hog. Ertz saw his snap rate drop, and now the Eagles are looking to infuse more new pass-catchers into the mix.
How to make your 2020 Fantasy football draft picks
SportsLine's Fantasy football draft guide has also identified a massive bust you need to steer completely clear of. This player is going off the board in the second round in many leagues, but SportsLine's experts say he won't even be in the top 30 at his own position. You can find out who it is, and see SportsLine's complete 2020 Fantasy football guide, right here.
So what is the value of every single player for 2020 Fantasy football? And which huge bust can sink your season? Visit SportsLine now to see the complete 2020 Fantasy football draft bible and cheat sheet, all from a team of proven Fantasy analysts who can give you a huge edge in your league.