With the injury to Jordy Nelson, it appears that Janis should step up into the No. 3 receiver spot behind Randall Cobb and Davante Adams.
Serving as the third option in the Packers offense isn't bad, but Janis is largely untested. He's a roll of the dice towards the end of any fantasy draft.
Janis will have some big games as the No. 3 receiver in Green Bay, but consistency could be an issue. He might not be an every-week starter, but he'll certainly be a valuable fill in. And if Cobb or Adams are injured, Janis is next in line to receive the ball from Aaron Rodgers.