2019 Outlook: Chris Godwin

For the second year in a row, Chris Godwin will be popular on Draft Day in all leagues. And while he was good in 2018, he should be better this season. The addition of Bruce Arians as Tampa Bay's coach, as well as the departure of DeSean Jackson and Adam Humphries, should make Godwin worth drafting as early as Round 4 in all formats. In 2018, Godwin had at least 13 PPR points in seven outings. But he should be more of a focal point on offense in 2019 since he's now moving into the slot for the Buccaneers. Mike Evans should still be the leader of this passing attack, with O.J. Howard also a significant factor. But Godwin should thrive with Jackson and Humphries gone, and in six games over the past two seasons without Jackson on the field, Godwin has scored at least 12 PPR points in four of them. Godwin's Average Draft Position will likely be Round 5, but don't be afraid to reach for him in Round 4 given his breakout potential in 2019.

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