Hardman finished the season as the No. 59 receiver, but most of his production came in the six games that Tyreek Hill either missed or played very few snaps. He averaged 1.2 receptions for 28 yards and 0.40 touchdowns (on 1.4 targets per game) in the 10 games that Hill played full snaps. He added a total of four catches for 29 yards on six targets in three postseason games. The Chiefs restructured Sammy Watkins’ deal so they didn’t have to cut him and they also re-signed Demarcus Robinson, who played 70% of the snaps last season. Hardman is going to have to leapfrog Watkins and/or Robinson on the depth chart in order to become a consistent fantasy threat this season.
Dec 22, 2019 · 1:01 AM EST