Warren Sharp’s Strength of Schedule: Warren Sharp projects Washington to face the NFL’s 17th-softest schedule in 2019, with the 9th-easiest slate of pass-defenses and the 3rd-hardest slate of run-defenses.
For as long as he’s healthy, TE Jordan Reed is a good bet to lead Washington in targets and receiving production.
Adrian Peterson is expected to open the season as the lead running back but is going a few rounds later than teammate Derrius Guice. Peterson is a flex consideration in standard leagues only.
Chris Thompson is currently going undrafted in most formats but could be in Flex consideration in PPR leagues.
Derrius Guice is technically and Avoid at his current ADP but could become a flex option as the year progresses.
Both Terry McLaurin and Trey Quinn have volume-based PPR intrigue later in the year.