WR - SEA
Loving the latest reports on new OC Shane Waldron (former Rams QB Coach)
pushing the pace and aggressiveness
The only knock in Lockett is he's undersized at 5'10". That limits his TD ceiling, especially with DK Metcalf opposite of him. Still Lockett's is usually good for about 1,000 yards and 8 TDs.
Sure, Lockett finished as the No. 9 fantasy wide receiver last year, but ask anyone who rostered him if he was a WR1. Heck, as them if he was a reliable WR2. The answer would be no, as he finished with WR2 or better numbers just 37.5 percent of the time which was behind players like Diontae Johnson, Curtis Samuel, John Brown, and Jamison Crowder. How's that possible? Because 48.7 percent of his production last year came from just three games. He's going to have massive games, but relying on him as anything more than a volatile WR3 is going to lead to disappointment.
Lockett scored 105 of his 215.4 fantasy points in three games or 48 percent of his fantasy production. He had too many low-scoring games for me to rank him as anything more than a WR3 that could be propped up by a few monster games.
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