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2019 Fantasy Football NFC North Preview


Welcome to the 2019 Fantasy Football NFC North Preview. Travis Pastore and Noah Spurlock run through each team in four, 15 minute or less team previews. They break down each team’s hottest topics to give you the knowledge you need before you draft this Fantasy Football season.

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2019 Fantasy Football NFC North Preview

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Chicago Bears

  • Can Mitch Trubisky take another step forward in year three?
  • How good can both David Montgomery and Tarik Cohen be?
  • Is Allen Robinson going to get enough to be a reliable fantasy option this season?
  • Is Trey Burton a tight end you should target if you miss out on the elite guys?

Detroit Lions

  • Matt Stafford took a huge step back in Matt Patricia’s run-heavy offense. Can he bounceback?
  • How much does the addition of C.J. Anderson cut into Kerryon Johnson‘s value?
  • With Stafford struggling can Kenny Golladay or Marvin Jones be trusted?
  • Can T.J. Hockenson break the rookie trend and be a fantasy-relevant tight end?

Green Bay Packers

Minnesota Vikings

  • Can Mr. Guaranteed Money, Kirk Cousins, live up to his contract his season?
  • Do we trust Dalvin Cook to stay healthy and if he does how good can he be?
  • Where should you be targeting Adam Thielen and Stefon Diggs?
  • Can Kyle Rudolph return to fantasy relevance or will Irv Smith Jr. cut into his target share too much?

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