Fantasy Football: 5 players who have a case to be drafted first overall in 2024

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1.) Tyreek Hill

It was a dynamic start for the star wideout for the Miami Dolphins. In the season opener against the Los Angeles Chargers, Tyreek Hill caught 11 catches for 215 yards and two touchdowns right out of the gate. That was a preview of what most of the season would be for fantasy owners who had Hill.

He had five games this season with 150+ receiving yards and only five games where he did not see the endzone. His closest game in terms of lack of production came in Week 4 against the Buffalo Bills, where he would have just 3 catches for 58 yards. If you take out that game, his average goes up even more.

The Dolphins have a lot of questions after giving away the AFC East to the Bills, and ended their season in the playoffs with a chilly loss to the Kansas City Chiefs. Will Tua Tagovailoa be back under center?

Will Hill be able to be the same player he was this year? At this point, there is no reason to believe that he won’t. He will always be an automatic start for any fantasy team and if he goes off in a game, it is unlikely for fantasy owners to lose that week.