Projections for the season ahead
As the 2020 fantasy football season nears, it's time to examine players who could make or break your fantasy team. Here's a look at Atlanta Falcons wide receiver Calvin Ridley and his fantasy outlook for the season ahead.
Ridley said in April that he was “110 percent” recovered from the abdominal injury that ended his 2019 campaign early. Whether he was overstating or got bitten by a radioactive spider, we need not worry about Ridley’s health. Ridley’s target share climbed last season after Atlanta traded Mohamed Sanu Sr. and again in games Austin Hooper missed. Hayden Hurst replaces Hooper, but will he absorb all the targets? Russell Gage likely won’t claim all that Sanu left behind.
Size: 6'1, 190
Bye Week: 10
Ridley has produced nicely through two seasons and can see a path to more targets in 2020. He’s an easy bet in WR2 range.
Season Projections for 2020
83 receptions, 121 targets, 1,100 yards, 7 receiving TDs