By Mike Tagliere (FantasyPros), Sun, Jul 28th 2019, 1:57am EDT
It might pain your ears to hear it, but when Parker is on the field, he hasn't been terrible. In fact, he's turned in WR3 or better performances in 44.7 percent of his games, which is better than the career rates of Emmanuel Sanders, Robert Woods, and Kenny Golladay. A new coaching staff will likely do him some good as it appeared he and Adam Gase never truly saw eye-to-eye. The quarterback position has improved, and from the reports of local beat reporters, Parker has dominated mini-camp. Could this be the year he finally breaks out?