Marvin Jones was a bench player and spot starter this past fantasy season. He was the number #57 ranked WR and the #268 ranked player overall. He would have been in that next tier of WRs if he had played more games. Based on average fantasy points he was the #28 WR. He showed an upward trajectory as the season went on. He averaged 8.9 FPs in his first 2 games and 11.9 FP in his final 3 games. Our projected ceiling for Jones when he ‘goes off’ is 24 fantasy points (his average is 9.1FPs). Marvin Jones (2019 Season Projection: 45 Rec, 600 Yards, 4.9 TDs) is projected to take a slight step downward in the upcoming fantasy season. His rank based on total projected fantasy points has him as the #64 player at his position.
His season average dropped measurably from last season. His fantasy average dropped by 12 percent.
Marvin Jones only saw the field in 9 games in 2018. But based on his per game average, he would have been the #28 WR and is therefore someone to consider if there are no lingering concerns. In 2017 he was the #5 ranked fantasy WR and averaged 10.3 FP per game. Assuming he can be back on the field as strong as he has in the past, Jones is poised to re-establish himself as an elite fantasy WR. He is relatively weaker than stronger in more categories. The strengths are bolded below.
He averaged 11.4 FD points and 13.7 DK points per game. We used his second highest game as his ceiling and second lowest as his floor. On DraftKings his floor was 5.9 and on FanDuel it was 4.4 fantasy points. When he was good, he was very good with a DraftKings ceiling of 16.9 and 14.9 on FanDuel. He has had more bad FanDuel games (below average by 20%) than good games (20% above average), and the same was true on DraftKings. We are only including games where they were in the daily fantasy slate and played.