Lockett finished No. 14 last year (half-PPR) after a No. 15 finish the year before. Despite the arrival of DK Metcalf, Lockett’s targets rose from 70 to 110 year-over-year. In two postseason games he turned 18 targets into 13 catches for 198 yards and a touchdown, including 9-136-1 against the Packers. Most of the offseason focus has been on Metcalf’s potential, but Lockett is a speedster and a great route-runner, and he should continue to produce regardless of Metcalf’s growth. The only concern I have is the rumored interest that the Seahawks have in Antonio Brown, who will disrupt any passing game that he may join.