The 2019 season is off and running now and we have a better sample size to use when we make our lineup and roster decisions. Two games is still not a lot, so it is important to not overreact, but two is better than one.
A few things we have learned this season so far are that Patrick Mahomes is still really good, the Dolphins could be the worst team in NFL history and the Patriots again are the Super Bowl favorite. Before the season started, everyone thought that Mahomes would regress slightly in yardage and touchdowns, but so far he is on pace to beat both of those numbers, and that is without Tyreek Hill being on the field for the majority of the snaps. The Dolphins have started 0-2 and have been outscored 102-10. On top of that, they have failed to produce even 50 rushing yards in a single game. Fitzpatrick has thrown more pick sixes than the Dolphins have scored touchdowns. The Patriots, on the other hand, have started the season 2-0 and have outscored their opponents 76-3. With the immediate usage and production of Antonio Brown, it appears that he is going to be heavily relied on during the coming season.
To be considered as a possible “add,” players need to be owned in less than 60% of ESPN leagues. The drops on this list are by no means must drop, but if you can add one of the “add” players, these are some of the first players you should drop.
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