Albert Wilson was on pace for a fairly big season before being placed on injured reserve in 2018. If we take out his Week 7 performance where he left early, Wilson was averaging 3.8-59.8-0.6. If we convert that to a full season, that puts him at a pace of 61 receptions, 957 yards and 10 touchdowns.
Wilson enters 2019 with a new offensive system and a new quarterback, so it’s hard to know whether he can keep up the pace he had a season ago. Also, a six-game sample size is very different from a full 16 game season. Miami also has a lot of similar talent in its receiving corps, so it’s hard to know exactly what role each player will have.
2019 Bottom Line
Wilson showed a lot of promise before his injury in 2018. That alone makes him an interesting late-round flier. His ADP is really low, so you can get him late in deeper leagues. He obviously carries some risk since his role is somewhat unknown, but if he can have production similar to what he had at the start of 2018 then he’s worth a stash.