By Dan Harris (FantasyPros), Mon, Aug 30th 2021, 8:12am EDT
St. Brown wasn't drafted until the fourth round, and although it's unusual for a receiver drafted at that point to make an impact in his rookie year, St. Brown may be the exception. The Lions' receiving group is bereft of talent, and St. Brown certainly has the chance to emerge from the preseason as the starting slot receiver. That's generally the most valuable spot for any receiver, but it's especally valuable in Detroit where Jared Goff has historically liked to target the middle of the field. He's far more valuable in dynasty formats, but there's a path for him to have value in redraft leagues, so taking a dart throw on him late in your draft isn't the worst idea, particularly after the Lions cut Breshad Perriman.