Matt Harmon details his 2019 fantasy football wide receiver tiers and shows why Davante Adams is the WR1 overall and Curtis Samuel can breakout this season.
Davante Adams is the most improved player in #ReceptionPerception history. His 79.5% success rate vs. man coverage is the 4th best recorded score since 2014.
His 2018 route success rate chart: pic.twitter.com/ve9gjjeaER
— Matt Harmon (@MattHarmon_BYB) April 19, 2019
Calvin Ridley's rookie year #ReceptionPerception results:
– 76.2% success rate vs. man coverage (93rd percentile)
– 78.6% success rate vs. press coverage (90th percentile)
His 2018 route percentage and success rate charts: pic.twitter.com/bu0EJa2e5H
— Matt Harmon (@MattHarmon_BYB) May 8, 2019
Curtis Samuel is one of my top potential breakout WRs for 2019 based on #ReceptionPerception:
– 76.6% success rate vs. man coverage (94th percentile)
– 74.6% success rate vs. press coverage
– 73.7% contested catch rate.
— Matt Harmon (@MattHarmon_BYB) June 6, 2019
No shock that John Brown looks like he's establishing himself as the clear No. 1 WR in Buffalo. #ReceptionPerception has long shown that Brown is an elite separator. In his 3 healthy seasons (2014, '15, '18) he posted a success rate vs. man coverage above the 90th percentile. pic.twitter.com/Zcj7hJfbFz
— Matt Harmon (@MattHarmon_BYB) August 12, 2019
Here's Lamar Jackson's #NextGenStats passing chart from his rookie season.
— Matt Harmon (@MattHarmon_BYB) January 3, 2019