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Third-Year Breakout Wide Receivers for 2021

We examine some third-year receivers who have the chance to break into the fantasy top 12 this season.

Terry McLaurin

We examine some third-year receivers who have the chance to break into the fantasy top 12 this season.

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Third-Year Breakout Wide Receivers for 2021
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Stephen Paratore
15 days ago

Seems about right with couple players like Metcalf and AJB already breaking out. There were a good amount of misses in this WR class like Harry, Campbell, Butler, JJAW, Isabella, Harmon, Boykin, Zay. Of those remaining I can’t see any of those guys breaking out or being more than a backup role for their team and not worthy of starting material for dynasty players.

Benjamin Sacco
15 days ago

Hey Peter, is Diontae’s 23% target share controlling for multiple games that he left in early (like first quarter) with injuries? I believe I had read that it’s not. I’m thinking if you control for that, his target share when on the field was absolutely elite

Andy Cook
13 days ago

Seems odd to use guys like TMC and Diontae when they already broke out… unless you’d be suggesting another steeper increase in production…

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