2. Kenny Golladay, Lions (Sleeper)
Golladay made a significant step up from his rookie season to his sophomore campaign in 2018, and anybody who watched him play regularly can see that the best is yet to come. Even with 70 catches and over 1,000 yards receiving last year, Golladay only found the end zone five times, so there’s definitely room for improvement and far more production from a fantasy standpoint.
After the Lions traded Golden Tate last season, Golladay’s role in the offense and number of targets per game both increased dramatically. It should be more of the same this season with Golladay the unquestioned no. 1 wide receiver on Detroit’s roster. We know that Matthew Stafford can sling it all over the field, so quarterback play isn’t a huge issue. The Lions have also added Danny Amendola and T.J. Hockenson to draw the attention of the defense on shorter routes and open it up for Golladay to make plays down the field and score big fantasy points.