With Allen Robinson now in Chicago and Allen Hurns gone to Dallas, the wide receiver corps in Jacksonville will be different. At different times in 2017, Marqise Lee, Keelan Cole, and Dede Westbrook each flashed a good deal of ability. To complicate matters, the Jaguars signed Donte Moncrief and drafted D.J. Chark Jr. Do any of these guys have a defined role right now? Can one (or more) of them provide startable fantasy value?
Bob Henry: I want to believe in Marqise Lee, but he's missed 11 games in his first four years and played all 16 games just once. The talent is there but the Jaguars are a run-heavy, defensive-minded team so he just isn't likely to get the targets needed to support even WR3 consistency. For best ball leagues, he has a little more appeal.
I have a hard time getting behind Donte Moncrief and I wouldn't be at all surprised if Keenan Cole continues to hold weekly flex appeal and do enough to slow the development and playing time for Dede Westbrook. D.J. Chark Jr has insane speed and playmaking ability, but he's unpolished and will need a spate of injuries to get enough snaps to contribute immediately.
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