Predicting Golladay’s 2019 production has been a little tricky. He spent the first half of the season with both Marvin Jones and Golden Tate in the lineup, and in those games, he was out-targeted by Jones 47 to 44. After Tate was traded, Golladay played one full game with a healthy Jones and posted 3-46 on four targets against the Vikings. (Jones posted 6-66 on eight targets in that game.) Jones was injured the following week against the Bears after posting 3-55 on seven targets in 62% of the snaps. That’s when Golladay blew up. He posted 6-78-1 on 13 targets in that game against the Bears and proceeded to average 9.5 targets per game over the final six games of the season. So which Golladay will owners get in 2019? The version that was the clear No. 1 option on his team or the one that was out-targeted by Jones through eight weeks?