Brown finished WR43 but that was largely due to a foot injury that cost him five games midseason. He was WR26 on a per-game basis and is going off the board as the WR31. One big thing working in Brown’s favor is the departure of DeAndre Hopkins. In the eight games that Brown played without Hopkins, he averaged 6.3-69-0.38 on 9.6 targets per game, which equates to a healthy average of 12.3 fantasy points per game–those are high-end WR2 numbers. (His splits with Hopkins, Brown averaged 4.3-39-0.0 on 7.5 targets per game.) Working against Brown is the Cardinals’ quarterback situation, which remains in flux as Kyler Murray works his way back from an ACL tear. Colt McCoy is seemingly the stopgap until Murray returns, and he averaged just 3.3 yards per attempt to Brown. Murray averaged 7.5 yards per attempt on his targets to Brown. If Murray is ready to go by Week 2 or Week 3, then it will look like drafters made a mistake given Brown’s WR31 ADP. He can post high-end WR2 numbers if he has a good quarterback.