Heading into the offseason, Geronimo Allison seemed to be the most likely candidate to become the No. 2 option behind Davante Adams. Allison had a strong start to 2018 before his injury, but MVS reportedly looked great in spring practices. His quarterback, Aaron Rodgers, agrees, “I think [Marquez Valdes-Scantling] has had a fantastic spring and really stepped up as a guy who can be an every-down player.” The rookie had a great stretch from Week 5 to Week 10, where he posted fantasy lines of 7-68-1, 3-108, 2-45-1, 3-101 and 6-44, which works out to a 67-1,155-6.4 pace over a full 16-game season. He’s unlikely to produce at that level, but he showed he was capable of it for a five-game stretch as a rookie. His production in the eight games where he saw at least five targets (3.9-62-0.25 or 62-997-4 over a full season) is a more reasonable projection assuming he has a firm grasp on the team’s WR2 job. He’s an upside fantasy WR4.