Charles Johnson emerged late last season as one of Teddy Bridgewater's favorite targets. His breakout performance came in Week 11 when he caught six balls for 87 yards and he averaged nearly 60 yards per game and scored two touchdowns from Week 11 to Week 16. His success has pushed him into the starting lineup this season, and he'll be someone to keep an eye on.
While Johnson's end to the 2014 season was promising, there is still a lot left to be desired. He has only offered seven real games of value in his career. Only once did he go over 100 yards, and he wasn't much of a touchdown threat either. Plus, Mike Wallace was brought over from Miami and will be the No.1 option in the Vikings offense.
Johnson has value this year, but he is a bit of a gamble. It is hard to know what to expect from him because he has such a small sample size, but he is in a run-first offense with an improving quarterback. He should be viewed as a WR3 for 2015.