The Bengals have 9.0 vacated targets per game, and Chase should absorb most of those after Cincinnati made him the fifth player off the board in the 2021 NFL Draft. Since 2000, receivers drafted inside the top 10 with at least 12 games played as rookies averaged a hefty 120.3 targets and 210 fantasy points (PPR) per season. Those are low-end fantasy WR2 numbers. I think that’s a fair valuation for the talented Chase. Matt Harmon of Reception Perception: "Finding a comparison for Chase has been difficult, especially with how high the expectations are for him coming into the league. However, I’m settling on early-career Larry Fitzgerald. ... That version of Fitz looked like a sure-fire Hall of Famer because he was just so good at everything. Chase checks those same boxes, can line up anywhere and still brings explosive potential."