Offensive coordinator Brian Daboll should be able to get the most out of his personnel as he has been in NFL coaching since 2000, taking just one year off to be the offensive coordinator for the national championship-winning Alabama Crimson Tide in 2018 – not too shabby. That all changes now as Diggs should become to go-to threat for a team that has seemed allergic to scoring at times. New England allowed the fewest fantasy points per game to the receiver position in 2019, but the Dolphins (2nd most) and Jets (8th most) figure to be much more friendly to Allen and Diggs. Stefon Diggs is an excellent wide receiver and could be set to receive a career-high in targets in 2020. Diggs will be at the center of it all, and I have him as a pretty safe low-end WR1 option with the upside to be one of the best at his position in 2020. Diggs redefined vaguebooking, routinely making social media posts that hinted at his displeasure with the organization. 1-2 receivers. On March 18, the Minnesota Vikings agreed to trade Stefon Diggs to the Buffalo Bills in return for three picks in this year’s draft – a first-rounder (#22 overall), fifth-rounder (#155 overall), and sixth-rounder (#201 overall) – as well as a fourth-round selection in 2021. John Brown is coming off a season in which he was a top-20 wide receiver for fantasy as the number one target for Josh Allen. I also am projecting Allen’s pass attempts to increase overall, as I believe their defense overperformed last year in holding teams to the 2nd-fewest points in the league, and they will need to rely on their offense more this season. When it's targets, touches, or injury concerns, the whole picture is important, not just the final statline. Lineups has Brown rated as an 80 OVR with Diggs coming in at 90 OVR, suggesting a significant gap between the two. At just 6’0″, he may not be the prototypical go-up-and-get-it receiver, but the Bills’ other primary weapons (Brown, Beasley, Singletary) are all shorter than he is. In recent drafts, Diggs's current ADP is 5.11, which indicates that his fantasy outlook is in the 11th pick of the 5th round, and 58th selection overall. He got only 94 targets last year, but Brown and Beasley respectively saw only 115 and 106 last year as the Nos. I have Diggs producing a WR1 season in 2020. In his first four seasons, Diggs averaged 7.9 yards per target. But then the Vikings ran out of grease for the squeaky wheel and we saw his production plummet as Diggs was only the WR39 from Week 9 on. 2 in the league with an outrageous mark of 12.0. It seems every time he gets up off the ground, it’s a struggle. Josh Allen just turned John Brown into a top 20 guy, and Diggs is a much better talent. Take Brown for example: Entering last season, Brown’s career average yards per target was 7.5, but he ripped off a 9.2 mark upon teaming up with Allen — this despite a career-high 115 targets. He is six feet tall and weighs just under 200 lbs. Fantasy Tools Fantasy Assistant Trade Analyzer Rate My Team Who Should I Start FFCPI. You may use this graph on your website for free with a link back to this page for attribution. For more players to hold from Fantasy Pros, click here. The Bills had the 7th-highest rush frequency in 2019, and the defense may not take the step back I expect them to. If you have a surplus of good RBs and need a WR (or vice/versa), it's never too early to target the right buy-low, sell-high candidates and make something happen. He also had 277 rushing yards. His career average is 8.7, so the answer is almost certainly not. Check out his numbers throwing to the other four members of the Bills’ projected starting five — Brown, Cole Beasley, Dawson Knox, and Devin Singletary — compared to everyone else: Given the move from Minnesota’s indoor stadium to the frigid temps in Orchard Park, much will probably be made of Diggs’ indoor-outdoor splits — he averages 72.4 yards per game indoors and 60.7 outdoors — but I’m not inclined to put much weight on them, given that they could just as well have to do with matchups, or his quarterback or offensive line struggling more outdoors, etc. Fantasy trade analysis and advice for trading Stefon Diggs for Melvin Gordon and help determining if the trade is fair. The Vikings traded Stefon Diggs to the Bills in exchange for a bevy of draft picks late Monday, prompting the question: What is Diggs’ fantasy football outlook in Buffalo? In recent drafts, Diggs's current ADP is 5.10, which indicates that his fantasy outlook is in the 10th pick of the 5th round, and 58th selection overall. Diggs' player number for the Vikings is 14. Luckily for Daboll, this offense shouldn’t have to rely on a miracle comeback from an unproven quarterback as they should have the players to succeed right away. Please try again. Oops! By Jeff Ratcliffe Apr 1, 2020. 4 at 48.3%.). Something went wrong. And as for Adam Thielen, he’s the last man standing in Minnesota. The pros are that he’s seen a team-high 22 targets through two weeks and Joe Burrow looks like he’s going to be a good one. But it’s also true that Buffalo let it fly 10% more than the Vikings, whose 29.1 passes per game ranked 29th. Download the Action app to track all your bets in one place. The Cardinals and Raiders should offer a bit less of a challenge, but both teams could improve defensively this year. Diggs was fined in October for missing Vikings meetings and practices, which preceded and inspired trade rumors that subsided but never really went away. “Buffalo is a team that’s ready to do something special. Diggs’ aDOT was 14.8 last season, well above his career average of 10.4 entering the year. John Brown and Cole Beasley were always more fit to be role-players in the offense – Brown the vertical stretcher and Beasley the third-down slot machine – and now they have their X. Diggs should improve everything this offense wants to accomplish, and this team could look different in the fall. How does Stefon Diggs's fantasy football value change now that he's been traded to the Buffalo Bills? He started slowly, had three spectacular weeks in a row from Weeks 6–8, fell off again in Weeks 9 and 10, exploded again in Week 11 and then never really found his groove again after returning from Minnesota's Week 12 bye. Consider him a solid RB2 going forward, and don't trade him for anything less. Diggs played for and attended Our Lady of Good Counsel High School in Maryland. The Minnesota Vikings and Stefon Diggs’ mutual parting of ways is one of the least surprising developments of the 2020 offseason. 22 overall pick in the 2020 NFL Draft, as well as fourth-round, fifth-round and sixth-round selections. The code below will display a graph that updates every day to show the ADP data for Stefon Diggs for the past 30 days in 12-team PPR leagues.