30. Joe Flacco, Broncos
If he played all 16 games last year, Flacco probably would have ended up in the 18-24 range among fantasy quarterbacks. But it’ll be a stretch to get him in that same area this year. Outside of Emmanuel Sanders, Denver’s wide receivers are young and unproven, including a rookie tight end. He’ll also be with a new team for the first time in his career, so there could be some growing pains.
Perhaps more importantly, the Broncos are going to win games by running the ball and playing defense. They’re not going to let Flacco air it out unless they need to, so the fantasy upside just isn’t there.
Top Target: Emmanuel Sanders
Secondary Target: Courtland Sutton