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NFC West Schedules:

NFC West consists of Arizona Cardinals, Los Angeles Rams, San Francisco 49Ers and Seattle Seahawks.

Arizona Cardinals:
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Los Angeles Rams:
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San Fransisco 49Ers:
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Seattle Seahawks:
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https://www.rotoworld.com/article/nfl-player-profile/just-how-many-targets-will-adam-thielen-get

Vikings WR Adam Thielen possesses a combination of sure hands and route-running goodness that leaves most corners without an answer. He wasn't too far off from being the same WR last season that he was during his brilliant two-year stretch from 2017-2018 ...

  • 2017: 14 yards per reception, 9 yards per target, 2.33 yards per route run
  • 2018: 12.2 YPR, 9 YPT, 2.1 YPRR
  • 2019: 13.9 YPR, 8.7 YPT, 1.86 YPRR
... the only difference was he had to miss time and play through a hamstring injury. Strong performances against the Saints (7-129-0) and 49ers (5-50-0) in the playoffs showed that Thielen was still operating near his peak post-injury. Note that he didn't miss a single game from 2014-2018.

Thielen averaged more PPR per game with Stefon Diggs (15) than without (13.5) over the past three seasons ... but we have a whopping six-game sample size of Thielen without the Vikings' ex-stud WR, and a much larger sample of No. 19 simply balling out. Overall, he finished as the PPR WR9 in 2017 with Case Keenum and the WR7 in 2018 after Kirk Cousins came to town.

Gary Kubiak is plenty capable of enabling high-end WRs
The Vikings Offense is moving forward under the exclusive tutelage of long-time offensive mastermind Gary Kubiak, who has been considered a run-game whisperer for the majority of his career.

The presence of Kubiak was fantastic news for Dalvin Cook and company in 2019, but we shouldn't doubt his ability to also enable a high-end fantasy WR just because of Diggs' rather-pedestrian team-high volume. The veteran play-caller has largely enabled a legit WR1 wherever he's gone.


Overall, Kubiak enabled a top-12 PPR WR in 12-of-23 seasons as a head coach or offensive coordinator, and a top-24 WR in 19-of-23 seasons (with two of the four exceptions being due to injury). All in all his No. 1 WR averaged a monstrous 138 targets per season.





Should be priced around/under $9,000,000 and a great discounted option for the upcoming season.
 

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https://www.rotoworld.com/article/nfl-player-profile/just-how-many-targets-will-adam-thielen-get

Vikings WR Adam Thielen possesses a combination of sure hands and route-running goodness that leaves most corners without an answer. He wasn't too far off from being the same WR last season that he was during his brilliant two-year stretch from 2017-2018 ...

  • 2017: 14 yards per reception, 9 yards per target, 2.33 yards per route run
  • 2018: 12.2 YPR, 9 YPT, 2.1 YPRR
  • 2019: 13.9 YPR, 8.7 YPT, 1.86 YPRR
... the only difference was he had to miss time and play through a hamstring injury. Strong performances against the Saints (7-129-0) and 49ers (5-50-0) in the playoffs showed that Thielen was still operating near his peak post-injury. Note that he didn't miss a single game from 2014-2018.

Thielen averaged more PPR per game with Stefon Diggs (15) than without (13.5) over the past three seasons ... but we have a whopping six-game sample size of Thielen without the Vikings' ex-stud WR, and a much larger sample of No. 19 simply balling out. Overall, he finished as the PPR WR9 in 2017 with Case Keenum and the WR7 in 2018 after Kirk Cousins came to town.

Gary Kubiak is plenty capable of enabling high-end WRs
The Vikings Offense is moving forward under the exclusive tutelage of long-time offensive mastermind Gary Kubiak, who has been considered a run-game whisperer for the majority of his career.

The presence of Kubiak was fantastic news for Dalvin Cook and company in 2019, but we shouldn't doubt his ability to also enable a high-end fantasy WR just because of Diggs' rather-pedestrian team-high volume. The veteran play-caller has largely enabled a legit WR1 wherever he's gone.


Overall, Kubiak enabled a top-12 PPR WR in 12-of-23 seasons as a head coach or offensive coordinator, and a top-24 WR in 19-of-23 seasons (with two of the four exceptions being due to injury). All in all his No. 1 WR averaged a monstrous 138 targets per season.





Should be priced around/under $9,000,000 and a great discounted option for the upcoming season.
Another discounted WR to keep an eye on-

T.Y Hilton:
 
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