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ARIZONA CARDINALS

NFC WEST BYE WEEK: 12

Intros were written by Ben Gretch • “Big Question” written by Dave Richard • Projections are from Heath Cummings

A team at the beginning of a deep rebuild hit ‘reset’ again, adding head coach Kliff Kingsbury, selecting Kyler Murray No. 1 overall, and trading last year’s first-rounder, Josh Rosen, to the Dolphins. Murray has the potential to make for a dynamic backfield with David Johnson, but 2019 will probably still be rough. Still, this isn’t a team without talent at the skill positions; it’s the line that will determine whether they can make some noise.

Kyler Murray

BIGGEST QUESTION

Which rookie receiver will play the most?

All of the Cardinals rookie receivers, along with Christian Kirk, have the versatility to line up everywhere. On the other hand, Larry Fitzgerald ran routes from the slot 76 percent of the time last year. I’d bet on Hakeem Butler getting the most snaps among the rookies because of his 6-foot-5 size and experience working along the sideline in college. He’s good lateround pick material.

ATLANTA FALCONS

NFC SOUTH BYE WEEK: 9

The passing game returns all the key pieces, with headliner Julio Jones fresh off leading the league in receiving yards per game for the third time in the past four seasons. Where the Falcons need to improve is on the ground, and they hope two first-round off ensive linemen will have an impact for a healthy Devonta Freeman and 2018 rookie Ito Smith, the No. 2 in the absence of now-departed Tevin Coleman.

Julio Jones

BIGGEST QUESTION

How much run will Ito Smith earn?

Devonta Freeman has 15 touches or fewer in 10 of his last 16 games. It wouldn’t be surprising if the Falcons coaching staff insisted on using multiple backs. That figures to include Ito Smith. His 3.5-yard rookie rushing average doesn’t exactly evoke confidence, but a lack of serious competition for the No. 2 role does. And if Freeman gets hurt again, watch out. That’s why he’s worth a Round 8 pick.

BALTIMORE RAVENS

AFC NORTH BYE WEEK: 8

The Ravens turn to Lamar Jackson full-time in 2019, a more exciting proposition for fans than Fantasy players. Jackson didn’t throw more than 25 times in any of his seven regular season starts, severely limiting the upside of the passing-game weapons, though his 17 rush attempts per game were topped by just three of the league’s running backs.

Miles Boykin

BIGGEST QUESTION

Are we sure Marquise Brown is the top receiver?

Brown may have been drafted first, but Boykin is nearly as fast and six inches taller. And while Brown should line up all over the field and get more short-area looks, Boykin will man the outside and almost never get double-teams because of Brown and the constant Ravens rushing threat. Brown will get drafted first in Fantasy, but Boykin’s appeal as a final-round sleeper shouldn’t be overlooked.

BUFFALO BILLS

AFC EAST BYE WEEK: 6

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