Week 4 vs. Seattle Seahawks
KeeSean Johnson had only 13 yards last week against the Panthers on three receptions. He was on the field for 48% of the team’s offensive snaps, which is a good sign after 32% in Week 2, but he’s too risky to use up a roster spot in most leagues. Dynasty players might hold him in case of an injury or in case he’s the heir-apparent to Larry Fitzgerald – if he ever retires – but he’s worth very little in most leagues as long as Fitzgerald and Christian Kirk are the primary receiving weapons. He’s also being heavily out-snapped by Damiere Byrd.
Updated: With Byrd likely to miss the game this week, Johnson has the potential to see an increase in snaps and targets. Still not worth starting, but he'll have an opportunity to take a hold of the WR3 job if he produces.