The Los Angeles Chargers have one of the most entertaining offenses in the NFL, thanks to second-year star Justin Herbert. As Herbert enters his second year in the league, what can fantasy players expect from him and the Chargers’ offense this season?
Unlike most teams in the NFL, the Minnesota Vikings are a tight unit when it comes to fantasy points. Last season, the Vikings had only four players score more than 100 total fantasy points. Those players were Dalvin Cook, Kirk Cousins, Justin Jefferson, and Adam Thielen.
The Tennessee Titans were very active in the offseason. Because of salary cap issues, the Titans had to let Corey Davis and Jonnu Smith leave in free agency. However, the Titans were able to add Julio Jones. After their wild offseason, let’s take a look at what fantasy players can expect from the Titans this season.
After five years with the franchise, the Los Angeles Rams traded Jared Goff and multiple draft picks to the Detroit Lions for Matthew Stafford. With the upgrade at quarterback, many fantasy players are excited about the Rams offense this season.
The Chicago Bears underwent a fairly large transformation this offseason, moving on from Mitchell Trubisky and replacing him with a different first-round quarterback in Justin Fields. While the Ohio State product might not start for the Bears right away, his eventual emergence should equate to further success (both on the field and in fantasy leagues) for Chicago’s entire offense.