2016 Fantasy Outlook
Wright didn't always click with rookie Marcus Mariota last season and had career lows with 36 catches for 408 yards and three scores in 10 games. He averaged just over six targets per game and his 11.3 yards per catch average was right on his career mark. Don't forget that the slot receiver was a 1,000-yard performer in 2013 when he got a career-best 140 targets. Those days might be gone, however, with the addition of some younger, more talented receivers. Wright's ADP places him as the 69th receiver taken. That's ahead of teammate Rishard Matthews. Don't believe that. Wright will, however, benefit from the trade of Dorial Green-Beckham.