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1 month agoCleveland Browns tight end David Njoku has had an inconsistent start to his career, but there’s no doubting the fact that the 22-year-old has great potential. Entering his third season in the NFL, Njoku’s numbers improved when Baker Mayfield took the reigns but still left a lot to be desired overall. He caught 56-of-88 targets for 639 receiving yards and four touchdowns in 2018, with a 39.9 yards per game average and a horrendous 63.6% catch percentage (13th among tight ends). He only had eight total red zone targets (14th among tight ends) and finished the year ranked 9th among tight ends with a 9.6 fantasy points per game average (PPR format). Njoku did garner a 16.9% target share in 2018 (second to Jarvis Landry), but that figures to take a significant hit in 2019 with a big-ticket offseason move made by the Browns front office. Enter Odell Beckham Jr., an all-pro talent who will undoubtedly demand a sizable chunk of looks in 2019. OBJ, Landry, Nick Chubb, Duke Johnson, Antonio Callaway, and (eventually) Kareem Hunt represent a talented and deep skill position depth chart, and it’s hard to envision a scenario where Njoku doesn’t see some form of regression this year. He’s being drafted as TE9 (OVR89) in early drafts, in front of better value TE’s such as Vance McDonald (OVR107), Trey Burton (OVR122), and T.J Hockenson (OVR150).--Kyle Ringstad - RotoBaller

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