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Tom Brady (NEP)

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Terrance Williams (DAL)

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Player Overview
> View full profile Brady has everything you want in a fantasy QB: elite talent, a deep and diverse cast of weapons and a system that allows for plenty of volume. His suspension merely suppresses his season-long totals. Savvy fantasy owners can capitalize on his lowered ADP and cash in on a potential top-3 fantasy points per game producer. Brady’s age and a less than stellar O-line provide the biggest drawbacks, but his upside trumps all. He’s a great QB target at a discounted price.
Injury Probability For 2015
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1%
Injury Probability Per Game
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Injury Probability For 2015
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Player Overview
> View full profile He has finished just 6 career games with more than 4 receptions. In 2014, with Dez Bryant healthy, Williams never topped 7 targets in a week. Unless the summer indicates otherwise, we don’t expect his role to grow significantly in 2016. Perhaps the contract year motivates him, but it won’t give Dallas any reason to target him more often. And that has been the key issue with Williams’ value. Keep him in WR5-6 range and consider trying to sell high if he posts a big game at any point.