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  • Chiefs' Jaylen Watson: Makes case as rookie

    Watson compiled 49 tackles (37 solo), and an interception for a touchdown during the 2022 regular season. As a seventh-round pick, Watson exceeded expectations as a rookie, claiming a regular role with 568 snaps. While he likely needed to prove his worth in training camp in 2022, he should enter 2023 on firm footing regarding his roster spot. However, from a fantasy perspective, Watson only figures to factor into dynasty formats with deep IDP options.
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  • Chiefs' Jaylen Watson: Seventh-round pick by Kansas City

    The Chiefs selected Watson in the seventh round of the 2022 NFL Draft, 243rd overall. Watson (6-foot-2, 195 pounds) is an interesting Cover-3 type corner prospect, and one who looks like a good pick for the Chiefs this late. Like third-round pick and fellow rookie corner Joshua Williams, Watson is a big corner with standout athleticism and gives the Chiefs a trait match to Charvarius Ward, who left the Chiefs in free agency. Watson has long arms (32 and 1/4 inches) to jam receivers and elite leaping athleticism (38-inch vertical, 132-inch broad jump) to defend them above the rim.
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