Pittman missed three games as a rookie, but finished with 40 catches for 503 yards and a touchdown on 61 targets. That projects to 49-619-1.2 on 75 targets had he played a full season. Pittman’s route-running was solid–Matt Harmon of Reception Perception called him a “possible breakout candidate” after he finished fifth amongst his rookie class in success rate versus man coverage. Pittman certainly has the upside to return value at his current ADP (8th round, WR47), though it’s worth wondering if any receivers in Frank Reich’s spread-it-around offense will see enough targets to become a consistent fantasy starter. T.Y. Hilton, Nyheim Hines and Zach Pascal return, and Parris Campbell is back from injury. It’s also fair to wonder if Carson Wentz is primed for a bounceback season as he reunites with Reich.