Moncrief's best season came in 2015, his second year in the league, when he recorded 64 receptions for 733 yards and six touchdowns with the Colts. Surprisingly, Andrew Luck only played seven games that season, as injuries led Matt Hasselbeck and Josh Freeman playing a combined eight starts. Last season he played for Jacksonville Jaguars and had arguably his second best season as a pro, despite once again playing with sub-par quarterbacks.
Moncrief is an intrigue player in dynasty for a number of reasons. For one, he's always possessed tantalizing athleticism. Standing 6-foot-2, Moncrief has 4.4 speed in the 40-yard dash. At the combine he also tested into the 90th percentile in the vertical and 95th percentile in the broad jump. Still young — he'll turn 26 in August — there's a chance Moncrief could carve out a role as a deep threat on a Steelers team that has a lot of question marks behind JuJu Smith-Schuster following the offseason trade of Antonio Brown.
Moncrief is largely being ignored in start up drafts, with our ADP data showing him going around pick 186.50. That's well behind other Steeler receivers who have yet to prove much in the NFL, players like second year James Washington (93.50) and rookie Diontae Johnson (140.50). If you're looking to get a piece of the Pittsburgh passing attack, Moncrief is far and away the cheapest option, and could wind up being a steal if the Steelers hand the No. 2 receiver job to a more experienced player.