Obviously, Austin Hooper will not be back in 2020. The Falcons needed help at tight end, so they went out and got the second-best tight end in Baltimore, Hayden Hurst. The Falcons sent a 2020 2nd-round pick and a 2020 fifth-round pick (sent to Jacksonville for Calais Campbell) for Hurst and a 2020 4th-rounder.
One week of the fantasy playoffs down, two more to go. Hopefully, you found out Monday night that your team advanced to the second round or enjoyed your first-round bye but now the decision on who the start and who to sit is even more critical. Tonight’s contest between the New York Jets and Baltimore Ravens is the last Thursday night game in 2019 and the NFL couldn’t have picked a more one-sided matchup. The Ravens are trying to lock up the AFC North and a first-round bye while the Jets are already planning vacations and looking forward to the offseason.
For three straight seasons, the Baltimore Ravens have been watching the NFL playoffs from their couches, and their magical 2012 Super Bowl run feels like a distant memory. After opening up the checkbook for some key additions on both sides of the ball, Baltimore looks to challenge the defending AFC North champion Pittsburgh Steelers and return to the playoff picture.
This is the final installment of my offensive rookie projections. We are going to preview and project the 2018 rookie tight end class. Just in case you missed my previous three articles, you can read the quarterbacks projections here, the running backs here and the wide receivers here.