Mixon is coming off a sneaky big year, where he finished fourth in rushing(1,168), sixth in touches(280) and scrimmage yards(1,464), and tenth in fantasy points at his position(243). Although Mixon is running behind a bad offensive line, he is going to receive a load of touches and red zone carries. Mixon is poised for another big year.
The other day in practice, Green tore ligaments in his left ankle, which will sideline him for six to eight weeks. Although it is unsure when Green will make his 2019 debut, when he is on the field he’s an elite receiver. Under Zac Taylor, the Bengals should improve offensively, and so should Green’s production after a down year plagued by injury. Depending on what his timetable is this season, AJ Green should still be drafted as a top-15 WR, and at the very least will be an investment for the second half of the year.
Tyler Boyd is an underrated receiver who performed like a stud in games that AJ Green was out. He will have this chance once again early this season with Green being sidelined. He could have a sneaky top 20 WR season in PPR leagues. He managed to gain 1028 yards and 7 touchdowns in 14 games last season. There can be two successful receivers in a Zac Taylor offense. You should be high on him this draft season.
Andy Dalton has been a terrible fantasy quarterback since 2013. We should see improvements with new head coach Zac Taylor, but Dalton is still not a quarterback to draft.