The concept is pretty simple: more snaps = more opportunity and more opportunity = more targets which are the mother of all fantasy points for wide receivers. I am going to profile a few players who project to see significant snap and/or target increases in 2019.Albert Wilson (Key Offseason Target Departure: Danny Amendola 5.3/gm)Offensive Snap Share = 25% (limited to seven games)PPR PPG 2018: 12.9There’s nowhere to go but up for Wilson who was only on the field for a quarter of the Dolphins snaps during his abbreviated seven-game season. During that time, he was still able to post the following stat lines:Week Two: 3/37/1 (12.7 pts)Week Three: 2/74/1 (15.4 pts)Week Six: 6/155/2 (33.2 pts)His season was cut short due to a week seven hip injury that ultimately landed him on the IR. If we project out his totals across 16 games (I know), Wilson would have scored 206.4 PPR points which were good enough for a WR22 finish in 2018. Assuming a full return to health, I believe that Wilson carries high-end WR3 upside in 2019. The new coaching staff knows how to maximize a players strengths, and Wilson has mismatch ability in space. With Danny Amendola heading to Detroit, the slot WR role is wide open in Miami and that should come with 100+ target upside. Kenny Stills and Devante Parker are best used as perimeter wide receivers which leaves that coveted slot role to Wilson. This is also assuming that Josh Rosen starts most, if not all, of Miami’s games in 2019 [NOTE: Ryan Fitzpatrick is a gunslinging wildcard at this point who would likely make Devante Parker WR1 overall]Golden Tate (Key Offseason Target Departure: Odell Beckham Jr. 10.3/gm)Offensive Snap Share = New to TeamPPR PPG 2018: 12.1.................................................
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