2020 Outlook: Calvin Ridley
Julio Jones is still the man in Atlanta, but Calvin Ridley has become his 1B and should be drafted in the first four rounds in all formats. Ridley's 2019 breakout was derailed by injury, but it's there if you look hard enough. His 16-game pace was for 78 catches, 1,066 yards and nine touchdowns. In five games after Mohamed Sanu was traded, Ridley averaged better than 80 yards per game. This could be a situation like Tampa Bay in 2019 where both Jones and Ridley are top 10 wide receivers, thankfully you don't have to pay that kind of price for Ridley yet. There may still be a window to buy Ridley in Dynasty for less than he's worth.