The 2019 Godwin Breakout was predicted by many after his 59-842-7 sophomore season and he didn’t disappoint, racking up 86 catches for 1,333 yards and nine scores in 14 games. He was the No. 2 fantasy receiver last season despite missing two games, so his 16.5 PPG (half-PPR) was far and away the second-best at his position (to Michael Thomas). The only question mark heading into 2020 is the quarterback change to Tom Brady after three seasons with Jameis Winston. In recent years, Brady has emphasized the short passing game and Godwin excels out of the slot. He’s also good downfield so if the Bucs play more two-TE and move him outside, it shouldn’t lead to a drop in production.