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.
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.
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.
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.
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.