Ouch. The second-year receiver continues to struggle mightily and hasn't logged more than 33 snaps since week seven, though his week ten snaps (33) were greater than those received in weeks eight (20) and nine (22). If snaps only guaranteed productivity. In week ten versus Seattle, Pettis turned those 33 snaps in to three targets and no receptions. Over the previous two weeks his combined 42 snaps yielded two receptions for 26 yards but he did score his second touchdown of the year. It's been a dismal year for a player so many were high on as the sophomore finished his 2018 rookie campaign so strongly, suggesting he would be a fixture as a starter in 2019. Instead, he's faded badly, is nearly off the fantasy radar and continues to slide down the depth chart. There's still reason for optimism as he remains only 24 and will enter his third year in 2020 but faces an uphill climb to reestablish his dynasty relevance. He's currently found as DLF's WR60.