Lockett had his third-straight season with at least 1,054 yards and eight touchdowns by posting 73-1,175-8 in his seventh season. He finished WR19 through Week 17 last season (the span I usually use to avoid final week shenanigans), but when his huge Week 18 is included, he was the WR13. He was also the WR13 in 2020 and the WR18 in 2019. So why is he going off the board as the WR46? Well, he’s undergoing a massive quarterback change from Russell Wilson to Geno Smith/Drew Lock, and he’s entering his age-30 season. I’m not worried about his age, but the quarterback situation certainly is an issue. The good news is that Smith targeted Lockett at a 28.4% rate in his 95 pass attempts last season. The bad news is that he didn’t catch a touchdown, while DK Metcalf had four. Smith wasn’t bad last year–65/95 for 702 yards, five touchdowns, one interception–but he only threw for 7.25 yards per attempt when targeting Lockett while Wilson averaged 12.24 YPA when targeting Lockett last year. (On the flip side, Wilson averaged only 6.63 YPA and Smith averaged 11.95 YPA when targeting Metcalf.) Lockett is too good to be going outside the top 40 at his position, but he’s unlikely to finish in the top 15-20 too. The Seahawks will be run-heavy and the quarterback position is a major question mark.