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Fantasy Football Players To Remember For 2019

January 11, 2019
Another fantasy football regular season has come to an end, but it's never too early to think about the 2019 season. Here is a list of players you shouldn't forget when you start your fantasy football draft research.

Quarterbacks

Carson Wentz (Philadelphia Eagles): We say every year, it seems.
Jimmy Garoppolo (San Francisco 49ers): The 2018 excitement was derailed early due to a torn ACL.

Running Backs

D'Onta Foreman (Houston Texans): He could play bigger role in 2019.
Kerryon Johnson (Detroit Lions): Johnson should be a three-down back next year.
Jerick McKinnon (San Francisco 49ers): He never got out of the garage in 2018.
Devonta Freeman (Atlanta Falcons): Freeman should be workhorse with Tevin Coleman moving on.
Bilal Powell (New York Jets): He's a late-round sleeper, as always.
Marshawn Lynch (Oakland Raiders): Lynch's future is uncertain, but he could return.
Jay Ajayi (Philadelphia Eagles): I assume he will become a free agent.
Derrius Guice (Washington Redskins): Guice was a promising rookie who never got a chance in 2018 due to a torn ACL.

Wide Receivers 

Will Fuller (Houston Texans): All he does is catch touchdowns and get hurt.
Emmanuel Sanders (Denver Broncos): Sanders had a late injury, but we seem to forget how good he really is every year.
Marvin Jones Jr. (Detroit Lions): He's a solid No. 2 receiver, and the Lions need him healthy.
Christian Kirk (Arizona Cardinals): A promising rookie season was cut short, but a new offense will help the overall team.
Geronimo Allison (Green Bay Packers): He'll face a lot of competition to keep his spot.
Cooper Kupp (Los Angeles Rams): Kupp was a top-12 PPR star before he suffered a torn ACL.

Tight Ends

Jake Butt (Denver Broncos): Will he ever be healthy?
Delanie Walker (Tennessee Titans): Will he return?

This was updated to add Kupp to the list of wide receivers.