2019 Fantasy Football: Preseason Fantasy Stock - Week 1






With preseason underway, there will be updates daily to this 2019 Fantasy Football Preseason Stock page. Games will be added as I watch them. Adjustments will be made on my 2019 Fantasy Football Rankings accordingly. Follow me @walterfootball for updates.



2019 Preseason Notes: Week 1 | Week 2 | Week 3 | Week 4
2019 Fantasy Football Stock Pages: Preseason Stock Week 1 | Preseason Stock Week 2 | Preseason Stock Week 3 | Training Camp Stock



2019 Fantasy Football Preseason Stock - Week 1




Cowboys at 49ers

Jalen Hurd, WR, 49ers
Jalen Hurd had three catches for 31 yards and scored twice against Dallas. He muscled his way into the end zone against two defenders on his first score, then boxed out the defender on his second touchdown. Hurd was very impressive and is worthy enough of late-round fantasy consideration.

For more on this game, go to the 2019 NFL Preseason Fantasy Football Notes. Follow me @walterfootball for updates.


Bengals at Chiefs

Patrick Mahomes, QB, Chiefs
Patrick Mahomes was a perfect 4-of-4 for 66 yards on his sole drive against the Bengals. He looked just as unstoppable as he was last year. He's the top fantasy quarterback by a mile, and he's the only player at the position I'd consider prior to Round 6.

Darwin Thompson, RB, Chiefs
Darwin Thompson was amazing in his preseason debut. The Utah State product did it all. He made a nice cut-back on a run to open the second quarter. He had a run in which he should've been stopped for no gain, but broke through some defenders to gain eight yards. He leapt over a defender on a rush in the third quarter. And to cap off his evening, he caught a pass and avoided some defenders to reach the end zone. Thompson rushed for 22 yards on five carries to go along with his 29-yard touchdown reception. Thompson was terrific, and he'll continue to be slotted near the top of my Fantasy Football Sleepers page.

For more on this game, go to the 2019 NFL Preseason Fantasy Football Notes. Follow me @walterfootball for updates.


Buccaneers at Steelers

James Washington, WR, Steelers
James Washington didn't do much in his rookie campaign, but he displayed that he could end up being a potent No. 2 receiver for the Steelers this year. Washington began the preseason opener by hauling in a 44-yard bomb from Josh Dobbs. He almost secured a touchdown a bit later, but his left toe was out of bounds. Washington bounced back by securing a back-shoulder touchdown catch from Mason Rudolph. Washington finished with four catches for 84 yards and a score in a half of action. I've had Washington in my Fantasy Football Sleepers list for a while, and I'm now even more bullish on him.

For more on this game, go to the 2019 NFL Preseason Fantasy Football Notes. Follow me @walterfootball for updates.





Patriots at Lions

Maurice Harris, WR, Patriots
The worst of the three Patriot receivers in the preseason opener was Maurice Harris. The former Redskin generated some buzz earlier in the offseason, but he had a rough outing at Detroit. He caught three passes for 27 yards and a touchdown, but he dropped two balls in the end zone, so his stat line should have been much better. It could be argued that Harris was held on the second drop, but he still could've secured the reception. Bill Belichick could have challenged the non-pass interference call on that play, but he knew better than to waste everyone's time in the preseason.

Jakobi Meyers, WR, Patriots
Jakobi Meyers was the best New England receiver to play at Detroit. He hauled in six of his eight targets for 69 yards and two touchdowns. The Lions had trouble defending him, and Meyers made an impressive reception when he secured a 26-yard gain on a high throw before halftime. Meyers was guilty of one mistake during the evening when he committed an illegal crackback block, but he ended up scoring on the drive anyway. Meyers has been Tom Brady's favorite receiver in training camp, so it was nice to see him carry his positive play into real action.

For more on this game, go to the 2019 NFL Preseason Fantasy Football Notes. Follow me @walterfootball for updates.





Panthers at Bears

David Montgomery, RB, Bears
David Montgomery was the star player during the Bears' preseason opener. He didn't start - Mike Davis handled the opening series - but it didn't take very long for Montgomery to take the field. Montgomery picked up 22 receiving yards on a second-and-20 screen, then should've been tackled for a loss, but was able to spin away from a defender to pick up a few yards. Montgomery ultimately scored a touchdown on the drive, thanks to a great stutter step to evade a defender. Montgomery rushed for 16 yards and a touchdown on just three carries, and he also caught three passes for 30 receiving yards. It'll be shocking if Montgomery weren't the starter by the season opener, so given the running talent, receiving ability, great offensive line and opportunity, Montgomery could push to be a top-10 fantasy running back in his first NFL season.

For more on this game, go to the 2019 NFL Preseason Fantasy Football Notes. Follow me @walterfootball for updates.





Jaguars at Ravens

Justice Hill, RB, Ravens
Justice Hill played behind Gus Edwards and Kenneth Dixon in the preseason opener, but he looked good when given the opportunity, rushing for 33 yards on 10 carries. Hill's best play came on a reception in the 2-minute drill just prior to halftime. He made a fingertip grab on a pass that was off the mark, then accelerated past defenders to pick up 14 yards.

For more on this game, go to the 2019 NFL Preseason Fantasy Football Notes. Follow me @walterfootball for updates.


Falcons at Dolphins

Preston Williams, WR, Dolphins
Preston Williams was the best player on the field for either Miami or Atlanta in the preseason opener. An undrafted rookie, Williams made some breath-taking catches. He secured a reception when a defender was draped all over him. He snared a one-handed grab for 36 yards. He also made a nice adjustment on a back-shoulder throw and then reeled in a great, leaping catch over cornerback Kendall Sheffield. Perhaps the most impressive play saw Williams make a terrific toe-tapping catch along the sideline, which was ruled a reception after replay review. Williams was amazing, tallying four catches for 97 yards. There's a legitimate chance that the 6-foot-5, 218-pound Williams eventually ends up as Miami's No. 1 receiver. He should start sooner rather than later, and he could be relevant in fantasy this year.

For more on this game, go to the 2019 NFL Preseason Fantasy Football Notes. Follow me @walterfootball for updates.




Texans at Packers

Keke Coutee, WR, Texans
The biggest news stemming from the Packers-Texans game was Keke Coutee's ankle injury. The second-year receiver went down in the first half. It was initially seen as a scary injury, but the news has since been encouraging. Hopefully, that continues to be the case, but if you're drafting this weekend, you might want to bump Coutee down a bit.

For more on this game, go to the 2019 NFL Preseason Fantasy Football Notes. Follow me @walterfootball for updates.


Jets at Giants

Sam Darnold, QB, Jets
Sam Darnold played just one drive in the preseason opener. His first throw was a sketchy one, as he had a potential interception dropped by Jabrill Peppers. That, however, was Darnold's only mistake of the evening, as he was able to rebound by leading his team on a 75-yard touchdown drive. Darnold's very next throw was an impressive one, as he stepped up in the pocket to avoid pressure and found Chris Herndon for a long gain. Darnold finished 4-of-5 for 68 yards and a touchdown. Save for the mistake on his first throw, Darnold looked excellent. I expect his progression to be one of the reasons why the Jets will make a big leap in 2019.

For more on this game, go to the 2019 NFL Preseason Fantasy Football Notes. Follow me @walterfootball for updates.


Colts at Bills

Devin Singletary, RB, Bills
Devin Singletary saw his first-ever NFL carry on the second drive of the game in the preseason opener. It went for no gain, but Singletary was able to impress on a drive to start the second quarter. It was the Devin Singletary show, as the Bills made a great effort to get the ball to their rookie runner on almost every play. Singletary rushed for 27 yards on nine carries, but the biggest takeaway was that he was used extensively in the passing game. Singletary caught three passes, including one leaping grab on a high throw. Singletary made a 10-yard reception to bring his team into the red zone, but was then removed from the game. Singletary is the top player in my Fantasy Football Sleepers page.

For more on this game, go to the 2019 NFL Preseason Fantasy Football Notes. Follow me @walterfootball for updates.


Broncos vs. Falcons

Noah Fant, TE, Broncos
Noah Fant didn't do much in the Hall of Fame Game. He saw three targets, but caught just one for seven yards. He dropped a pass and ran a poor route. Fant is a raw rookie and may not contribute much this year.

For more on this game, go to the 2019 NFL Preseason Fantasy Football Notes. Follow me @walterfootball for updates.


2019 Preseason Notes: Week 1 | Week 2 | Week 3 | Week 4
2019 Fantasy Football Stock Pages: Preseason Stock Week 1 | Preseason Stock Week 2 | Preseason Stock Week 3 | Training Camp Stock


Be sure to check out my other 2019 Fantasy Football articles, which will include mock drafts, rankings, sleepers, busts, cheat sheets and other things.


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2019 Fantasy Football Cheat Sheet: Top 250 Touchdown League - 9/4 (Walt)
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2019 Fantasy Football Spreadsheets - 9/4 (Walt)

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2019 Fantasy Football Sleepers - 9/1 (Walt)
2019 NFL Preseason Game Recaps - 8/30 (Walt)
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2019 Fantasy Football Busts - 8/27 (Walt)
2019 Fantasy Football: Wide Receiver Values - 8/20 (Chet)
2019 Fantasy Football: Running Back Values - 8/13 (Chet)
2019 Fantasy Football: Quarterback Values - 8/8 (Chet)
2019 Fantasy Football Round-by-Round Strategy Guide - 8/7 (Walt)






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