As the dust has settled following the NFL Draft and the bulk of free agency, we can start to project how we think players and offenses will look heading into next season. It’s a tedious exercise, and much can (and likely will) change between now and the fall. However, it provides a chance to uncover some potential values that can be acquired below cost.
Last season, Chris Godwin found himself in a unique situation. Not having reached the breakout threshold for wide receivers (200 PPR points) heading into his third season, many wondered if he was ready to make the jump playing alongside Mike Evans. Could that offense support two high-end fantasy wideouts?
Fast forward a year and we all know how successful Godwin (and Evans) were in 2019. As we look towards the 2020 season, there’s another young wideout in a similar situation. A year from now, could we be looking back at a Godwin-like jump in production? It’s possible.