Parker was a rare fifth-season breakout in 2019, catching 72-of-128 targets (56.3% catch rate, not great) for 1,202 yards and nine scores. In the final eight games, he had a 23.2% target share from Ryan Fitzpatrick, and accounted for 34.3% of Fitzpatrick’s passing yardage in that span. However, those metrics were 20.6% and 21.5%, respectively, from Week 1 to Week 8, when Preston Williams (21.1% target share, 26.9% yards share) was active. Parker’s play down the stretch probably puts him in the driver’s seat for a higher target share even though Williams is back, but the second-year Williams could very well put a dent in Parker’s usage. Since Parker isn’t particularly efficient, any drop in potential target share is worrisome. I’m not on board with his fifth/sixth-round ADP.