2. Deshaun Watson, Texans
Watson was close to being a top-5 fantasy quarterback last season. Keep in mind that happened despite getting sacked 62 times and only having Will Fuller for half the season. Watson was also coming back from the torn ACL that ended his rookie season early.
In what will be just his second full NFL season, the sky is the limit for Watson. He’ll have both Fuller and DeAndre Hopkins at his disposal, as well as another promising receiver in Keke Coutee. Watson is also a threat with his legs, especially if the Houston offensive line is better and he’s running for pleasure rather than running to save himself. All things considered, he might have the highest fantasy upside of any quarterback.
Top Target: DeAndre Hopkins
Secondary Target: Will Fuller