In his third season, Higgins turned 53 targets into 39 catches for 572 yards and four touchdowns. It appears that he has a stranglehold on the Browns' WR3 job, posting 5-98-1 on six targets in the Browns' first preseason game while playing ahead of Antonio Callaway. Last year, on 43 targets from Baker Mayfield, Higgins had 33 catches for 487 yards and four touchdowns. If he can maintain that sort of per target production on, say, 60 targets as the Browns' third receiver, he could turn in a fantasy WR4 season. He'd have upside from there if anything were to happen to Odell Beckham or Jarvis Landry.