After a breakout 2019 campaign (73-1008-8 on 118 targets, No. 16 WR numbers), Chark’s 2020 season didn’t go so well. He posted 53-706-5 on 93 targets, missed three games, and had a five game stretch where he didn’t crack 60 yards receiving or catch a touchdown. He finished as 2020’s No. 48 receiver, though his per game production equated to a low-end WR3. Trevor Lawrence’s arrival should improve the team’s quarterback play, but there’s a new regime in town, the team added Marvin Jones (to replace Keelan Cole and Chris Conley), and Laviska Shenault is the one drawing raves in summer workouts. There are a lot of moving pieces here, so Chark’s WR34 ADP seems a bit optimistic.