It should come as no surprise that Njoku may be on the trade block and while he's certain to have some value remaining, he hasn't come close to reaching expectation following his first round selection in 2017. Following his 2018 performance when he tallied a 56/639/4 line, Njoku struggled with injury in 2019 and managed only 41 yards and a single touchdown. There's arguably been no more frustrating and disappointing performer at the position given Njoku's high ceiling and play-making ability when healthy. A change of scenery is probably best for all involved and even the addition of the ultra-dynamic Odell Beckham Jr. in 2019 couldn't spark the offense. Still only 23, Njoku's upside remains intact though he's quickly losing his luster in dynasty. He's found as DLF's TE15 and he remains an upside sleeper target for 2020.