Washington gave him the third-biggest contract for a receiver in free agency, and he’s now reunited with OC Scott Turner and HC Ron Rivera, who both coached him in Carolina. It’s normally wise to shy away from receivers who switch teams unless they’re likely to see an increase in targets and/or an upgrade at quarterback, but Samuel may get both. He saw 97 targets last season in Carolina and he should surpass that in Washington, provided he stays healthy. The Football Team is desperate for a playmaking WR2 and they don’t want to feed J.D. McKissic 110 targets again this year. Samuel can also run the ball, which will help his floor. Ryan Fitzpatrick is probably an upgrade over Teddy Bridgewater, and he’s one of the better deep-ball passers in the league.