2. QB Daniel Jones
This one is definitely questionable, but hear me out. Jones is an underrated fantasy quarterback option for one reason: he is a dual-threat quarterback. One of the most underrated aspects of Jones’ game is his athleticism. Jones rushed for 298 yards in 11 games a season ago, ranking 10th among NFL quarterbacks despite playing fewer games than every other quarterback on the top 10 list.
Jones’ sleeper value also comes through Daboll. Jones will be playing an ultra aggressive offense that thrives in downfield shots and getting the ball into playmakers’ hands. With Barkley, Toney, and Robinson all having elite speed, Jones throwing the ball to them quickly in open space will result in Jones racking up fantasy points.
In an ultra aggressive offense in his rookie season, Jones threw for 26 touchdowns with a pretty bad receiving core. With multiple options this season, Jones should be able to match that while adding around 500 yards on the ground, which makes him a great option to play quarterback for your fantasy team.