17. Dak Prescott, Cowboys
Prescott’s passing is still a little too inconsistent to consider him an automatic starter in most fantasy leagues. He’ll do some damage as a runner, but he still had less than 4,000 yards passing last year. That means he’s prone to weeks when the fantasy points just don’t come.
In fairness, the Dallas offense picked up last season when Amari Cooper came aboard. The emergence of Michael Gallup, the addition of Randall Cobb, and return of Jason Witten also give Prescott a lot more options than he’s had in the past. It’s still hard to put complete faith in him, but he remains an intriguing fantasy option if you don’t mind taking a little bit of a risk.
Top Target: Amari Cooper
Secondary Target: Michael Gallup