2019 Outlook: Will Fuller

Will Fuller has the chance to be a breakout candidate in 2019 if he can just stay healthy, and we expect him to be ready for training camp coming off last year's torn ACL. He's worth drafting as early as Round 5 in all leagues. When healthy, Fuller has been a standout Fantasy receiver, especially when he's on the field with Deshaun Watson. They have played 11 games together over the past two seasons, and Fuller is averaging 16.7 PPR points over that span. He's failed to score at least 12 PPR points just twice in those 11 outings. Now, the problem for Fuller is he's played just 17 games over the past two seasons, so that's the risk with trusting him. And we could see a bigger role for second-year receiver Keke Coutee -- while also sharing the field with DeAndre Hopkins. But the upside of what Fuller could do when he's on the field is worth trusting him as a No. 3 Fantasy receiver with top-20 upside.

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