Rookie receiver Allen Hurns had quite a debut (four catches, 110 yards, two TDs). The question is whether he's a one-week wonder or a consistent performer. It's more likely to be the latter, because he has a better grasp of the offense than fellow rookies Marqise Lee and Allen Robinson since he played under OC Jedd Fisch at the University of Miami. Coach Gus Bradley said Hurns would be the Jaguars' No. 2 receiver when/if Cecil Shorts III returns because of his comfort level with the offense.
If Bradley is to be believed, Hurns should be fantasy relevant as long as he gets starter's snaps. If he's still available on the waiver wire, especially in deep leagues, owners would be wise to add him quickly.