DaeSean Hamilton Fantasy Football Rankings, 2019 Projections, Analysis, More

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  • See our experts' fantasy football rankings, 2019 projections, analysis and more for Denver Broncos wide receiver DaeSean Hamilton.

The Broncos’ receiving corps is full of unproven assets. It wouldn’t be a shock if Philip Lindsay or Noah Fant winds up working among Joe Flacco’s top-three pass-game targets. Still, Hamilton is a talented slot receiver with sneaky upside if Emmanuel Sanders (Achilles) opens the season on the PUP list.

Hamilton played four games as the primary slot receiver last season:

  • Week 14 at 49ers: 7 receptions-47 yards-1 touchdown (9 targets)
  • Week 15 vs. Browns: 7-46-0 (12)
  • Week 16 at Raiders: 6-40-1 (9)
  • Week 17 vs. Chargers: 5-49-0 (8)

He doesn’t have overwhelming size (6-foot-1) or athleticism (63-percentile SPARQ-x), but he could stumble upon the most fantasy-relevant factor: Volume. There are doubts about how much that volume will be worth in what figures to be a below-average passing offense, but he has upside at his low market cost considering his real chance of leading Denver in receiving. — Ian Hartitz

Note: Rankings and projections are as of July 1. For our experts’ most recent updates, check out our fantasy football tools.

2019 DaeSean Hamilton’s Fantasy Football Rankings

Here are Sean Koerner’s, Chris Raybon’s and Matthew Freedman’s consensus rankings by scoring format.

  • PPR: No. 123 overall | No. 48 WR
  • Half-Point PPR: No. 133 overall | No. 49 WR
  • Standard: No. 145 overall | No. 57 WR

2019 Projections

Here are our experts’ aggregate projections for top-level stats.

  • Receiving: 56.2 receptions | 580 yards | 3.8 touchdowns

2018 Stats

  • Receiving: 30 rec | 243 yds | 17.4 yds/g | 2 TDs
  • Fantasy ranks: WR 98 PPR | WR 102 0.5 PPR | WR 106 std

Note: Hamilton played in only 14 games after missing two with a sprained MCL.

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