Damien Williams helped the Chiefs win a Super Bowl, but he's likely going to be a fantasy handcuff this year. Nick Chubb was impressive for Cleveland last season, but he might not be ready to make the leap that many are expecting in 2020. Cam Newton makes the Patriots a much better football team, but it's hard to see him having a huge fantasy impact. James Conner's durability is a concern, which makes it hard to believe in him as a fantasy contributor. Until Baker Mayfield figures things out, it's hard to trust Odell Beckham as a fantasy receiver. Without Philip Rivers, Keenan Allen could be in for a disappointing season. The Browns invested heavily in their offense this offseason, but the signing of Case Keenum doesn't bode well for Baker Mayfield. Ryan Tannehill shocked the world with a remarkable 2019 season, but he won't catch anybody by surprise in 2020. The arrival of Austin Hooper might seem like bad news, but David Njoku will still have opportunities to make plays. Last season was a disappointing one for Chris Herndon, but he should be able to rebound in 2020. Tyler Higbee was unstoppable late in the 2019 season, so look for him to truly breakout next year. Nyheim Hines should see a bit of a fantasy resurgence with Philip Rivers under center in Indianapolis.