• Marquez Valdes-Scantling
  • WR
  • , Green Bay Packers
  • 25
  • 207 lbs
  • 6' 5"
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Draft note
by John Paulsen
Heading into the offseason, Geronimo Allison seemed to be the most likely candidate to become the No. 2 option behind Davante Adams. Allison had a strong start to 2018 before his injury, but MVS reportedly looked great in spring practices. His quarterback, Aaron Rodgers, agrees, “I think [Marquez Valdes-Scantling] has had a fantastic spring and really stepped up as a guy who can be an every-down player.” The rookie had a great stretch from Week 5 to Week 10, where he posted fantasy lines of 7-68-1, 3-108, 2-45-1, 3-101 and 6-44, which works out to a 67-1,155-6.4 pace over a full 16-game season. He’s unlikely to produce at that level, but he showed he was capable of it for a five-game stretch as a rookie. His production in the eight games where he saw at least five targets (3.9-62-0.25 or 62-997-4 over a full season) is a more reasonable projection assuming he has a firm grasp on the team’s WR2 job. He’s an upside fantasy WR4.

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by Dale Lolley

GB WR Marquez Valdes-Scantling - 2019 Fantasy Football Outlook

Fantasy Upside
Marquez Valdes-Scantling enters 2019 as the starter at receiver opposite Davante Adams, who should demand a lot of coverage. He also has Aaron Rodgers as his QB, which is never a bad thing. MVS has talent. He showed that at times in 2018. Now in year two, he should be ready to produce even more.

Fantasy Downside
In a similar situation last season -- he made 10 starts -- Valdes-Scantling caught just 38 of 73 targets. You have to be better than 50% with Rodgers throwing you the ball. Any such stumble this season could lead to a benching, as the Packers have a bevy of young receivers.

2019 Bottom Line
Valdes-Scantling's rookie season wasn't a waste. After all, he caught 38 passes for 581 yards and two scores. That 15.1 yards per catch average was solid. He just should have caught more given his targets. Look for the targets and catches to both increase in 2019. MVS has a current ADP between Rounds 11 and 13 right now. That seems about right. But with a little good fortune, he could out-produce that draft position.

2019 Strength of Schedule - GB
W1W2W3W4W5W6W7W8W9W10W11W12W13W14W15W16W17
9
@CHI
3
MIN
13
DEN
26
PHI
8
@DAL
14
DET
18
OAK
28
@KC
2
@LAC
15
CAR
BYE16
@SF
24
@NYG
17
WAS
9
CHI
3
@MIN
14
@DET

Schedule difficulty based on schedule-adjusted, positional defensive ranking. Top DEF = 1, bottom DEF = 32.

2019 Game Stats
WeekOppRecRecYdsRecTDTgtsYPRRuAttRuYdsRuTDFumYPCSTDPPRSnaps%
1CHI0000-0000-0.00.02/603.3%
2MIN13013.000000-0.31.36/777.8%
3@WAS0000-0000-0.00.012/6917.4%
4BUF1380338.000000-3.84.854/7671.1%
5@DET7681109.710000-12.819.877/8195.1%
6SF31030634.330000-10.313.366/7193.0%
7BYE--------------
8@LAR2451522.500000-10.512.531/5259.6%
9@NE31010633.670000-10.113.160/7481.1%
10MIA644077.330000-4.410.454/5794.7%
11@SEA18038.000000-0.81.848/4998.0%
12@MIN13023.000000-0.31.344/5383.0%
13ARI219079.502290014.504.86.864/7684.2%
14ATL219029.500000-1.93.930/6546.2%
15@CHI1120212.000000-1.22.221/6830.9%
16@NYJ5750915.000000-7.512.572/9179.1%
17DET3430814.330000-4.37.351/5691.1%
Per game2.3836.310.134.4415.290.131.810014.504.566.9443.25/67.1964.71%
Totals3858127115.292290014.5073111692/107564.71%