After a rough rookie season (14-174-0 on 32 targets), Chark broke out with 73-1008-8 on 118 targets, leading the team in every major receiving category. It wasn’t until mid- to late-August that his ADP started to rise, and owners who paid attention to the buzz were rewarded with a No. 16 finish. He averaged 4.6-67-0.46 on 7.4 targets per game in 13 games with Gardner Minshew. Those are solid WR2 numbers, yet he’s a 23-year-old third-year receiver who is going off the board as a WR2/WR3. There’s value with Chark in the fifth round.
Jan 03 · 3:01 PM EST