Pettis has a knack for finding open spaces in zone coverage, which makes him a trustworthy target inside the red zone. Despite not posting eye-popping numbers, he did catch a career-high 38 passes for 399 yards and four touchdowns a year ago in the Rams' run-first offense. He also has the most experience of any receiver in OC Brian Schottenheimer's offense and appears to be a veteran favorite of coach Jeff Fisher's.
Pettis is what he is at this point in his career. He's not a threat to rack up YAC yards because he lacks top-end speed and he's stuck behind Kenny Britt, Tavon Austin, Stedman Bailey (four-game suspension) and Brian Quick on the depth chart. He also plays in a run-first offense.
Pettis is undraftable in all formats and even if the Rams were to suffer injuries to their starters, he's limited from a playmaking standpoint. He just doesn't have the tools to be a bona fide No. 1 receiver and to put things in perspective, he had a career year in 2013 and still finished as fantasy's 69th receiver. Avoid him on draft day.