NFL Team Fantasy Stacks

Stacks To Own

Falcons: Matt Ryan, Calvin Ridley, Kyle Pitts, Russell Gage

The loss of Julio Jones has been offset by the addition of Kyle Pitts, and the Falcons should continue chugging along. Ridley has a chance to be the overall WR1 this year, Russell Gage slots in as a nice #2 WR and Matt Ryan should again have 500+ attempts.

Rams: Matthew Stafford, Robert Woods, Cooper Kupp

The addition of Matthew Stafford to the Rams offense has visions of elite fantasy numbers dancing in peoples heads. The loss of Cam Akers does sting, but it is wheels up for Robert Woods and Cooper Kupp, who get the best QB play they have ever had in LA. The run/pass ratio is expected to be a little higher this year, and Stafford is no stranger to slinging the ball around. Woods might even be able ot creep into WR1 territory.

Eagles: Jalen Hurts, Miles Sanders, Devonta Smith

Konami. Konami. Konami. That’s the key to unlocking Jalen Hurts as a top 5 QB option this year. Miles Sanders is also in line for a big year with the return to health of the offensive line as well as potential for more receiving work. Rookie Devonta Smith should be in line for a ton of targets, as he is far and away the best receiver on the team. The best part? You can grab all these guys relatively cheaply in drafts.

Stacks Not To Own


The whole team is a dumpster fire. No thanks on anyone.


TJ Hockenson should be in line for 150+ targets, and it will be interesting to see how he deals with being the focus of everyones gameplane week to week. The WR core, RB rotation and coaching staff does not inspire confidence.


The jets may actually be on the upswing. Rookie QB Zach Wilson has shown something this preseason, and WRs Elijah Moore and Corey Davis may be a solid tandem. This is one of those situations where a wait and see approach is needed before we can trust it.