Dating back to his time in KC, a Doug Pederson offense has produced only one 1,000 yard WR (Jeremy Maclin) in 4 seasons.
With Jordan Matthews now in Buffalo, Alshon should see a significant amount of the vacant 117 targets that went Matthews' direction last season.
Posted a career low of 2 TDs last season
Recent: Alshon did make his Eagles debut in Week 2 of the preseason. If (a very big if) his health holds up, Alshon will return on your investment and produce a top 15 season.
Zach Ertz (ADP TE10/Overall 98)
Ertz finished in the top 5 at his position for receptions, yards and targets.
In his last 16 games, he has posted a stat line of 100/1090/4
With proven top 5 potential, Matthews no longer working the slot and the addition of legit receiving threat Jeffery and speed threat Torrey Smith, Ertz could see plenty of mismatch looks in the passing attack.
He is properly priced, possibly undervalued, in the 8th-10th round currently.
Torrey Smith (ADP WR64/Overall 144)
When the San Francisco 49ers front office believe you can no longer help their WR core, you may understand why I’m not a Torrey Smith believer.
His receptions, yards and TDs have declined (rapidly) each of the past three seasons.
Has posted only one season with over 1,000 yards receiving or more than 50 receptions
Torrey Smith will keep defenses honest opposite of Jeffery, but will unlikely see enough opportunities to produce a top 50 season.
Nelson Agholor (N/A)
With a disappointing 59 receptions, 648 yards and 3 TDs through his first two seasons, Agholor is unlikely to make a splash heading into his third year.
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