3. Robby Anderson, Jets (Stay-Away)
If you want, you could talk yourself into believing Anderson will have a breakout season in 2019. He’s had a couple of games in his career in which he’s exploded for huge fantasy totals. Now that he’s more comfortable with quarterback Sam Darnold, people in Jets circles are optimistic that he’s ready to grow into being a legitimate no. 1 receiver.
Of course, in terms of his fantasy production, Anderson has never been anything more than a guy to stash on your bench who gets rotated in when needed. Other than a little hope and optimism, there’s nothing to indicate that will change this year. Anderson will still be competing with Quincy Enunwa and Jamison Crowder for touches. The Jets will also be trying to integrate Le’Veon Bell into the offense and getting him as many touches as possible. Anderson may make a few big catches, but he still won’t profile as a regular fantasy starter you can trust week after week.