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ESPN Fantasy Projection: Duvernay came out of the gates hot last season, scoring three TDs in Baltimore's first three games. He had seen only eight targets during the span, however, so it was no surprise when he crashed back to earth the rest of the season (one TD and 6.6 fantasy PPG during his final 11 games). The 2020 third-round pick was forced into a big offensive role last season due to the team's weak WR room, but he'll now be competing with Nelson Agholor for No. 4 duties behind Odell Beckham Jr., Zay Flowers and Rashod Bateman. Of course, even if any of those three miss time, Duvernay has shown he won't be a reliable fantasy option in Baltimore's low-volume pass game. The 25-year-old remains without a top-50 fantasy campaign and is not worth your time on draft day.