D.J. Chark Jr.
WR - JAC
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There are many trying to figure out the target share for Laviska Shenault, Marvin Jones, and Travis Etienne, but the one who's the clear-cut No. 1 option on this team is Chark. If Trevor Lawrence turns out to be the real deal, Chark can be the 2021 version of Tee Higgins when he was with Joe Burrow (was the No. 11 wide receiver in eight full games with Burrow). Chark already flashed WR1 potential in 2019 when he racked up 73 receptions for 1,008 yards and eight touchdowns with the combination of Gardner Minshew and Nick Foles, so why can't he be more with Lawrence? The coaching staff is a big question mark, but you don't draft Lawrence to run the ball 40 times per game. Chark comes with some risk but even more upside.
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DJ Chark adds seven pounds of muscle after being challenged by Urban Meyer
Jacksonville Jaguars WR DJ Chark has reportedly added seven pounds of muscle after being challenged to get "big and strong" by new Jaguars' head coach Urban Meyer this offseason.
Chark was approached by Meyer this offseason and challenged to get bigger and stronger to overcome his poor play during the 2020 season. Meyer went on to say, "He's a big guy that played little last year, and that can't happen." Chark accepted the challenge and has since added seven pounds of muscle onto his massive 6'4" frame, which will allow him to win more one-on-one matchups along the perimeter. The talented wideout enters his fourth season with a fresh start and a revamped physique and vows to never return to how he played in 2020, stating, "That's definitely the floor for me the rest of my career. I won't be going back there." Chark is currently WR30 according to the latest FantasyPros' ECR, which is phenomenal value considering the upside he flashed in 2019 with 73 receptions for 1,008 yards and nine touchdowns. Trevor Lawrence will only enhance Chark's value on the field, making him one of my favorite wide receiver prospects in redraft leagues.
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|ECR||Best||Worst||# of Experts|
|Draft||WR #29||WR #23||WR #46||82|
|Dynasty||WR #30||WR #22||WR #42||21|
ECR vs ADP
|Rush Att||Rush Yds||Rush Tds||Recs||Rec Yds||Rec Tds||Fumbles||Points|
|Rec Yds||Rec Tds||Recs||Points|
|Last 3 Weeks||43.7||0.3||3.3||6.4|
|Season to Date||54.3||0.4||4.1||7.7|
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|OPP||Rec Yds||Rec Tds||Recs||Points|
|Week 16||vs. CHI||62||1||4||12.2|
|Week 15||@ BAL||53||0||4||5.3|
|Week 14||vs. TEN||16||0||2||1.6|
|Week 13||@ MIN||41||0||2||4.1|
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|3.||Kyle Yates||WR #26|
|5.||Dan Clasgens||WR #30|
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