Fantasy-wise, it's no more than a lateral move as he'll still compete for receptions with D.J. Moore, Curtis Samuel and Ian Thomas but Anderson likely has higher upside consistency should he function as the WR2 ahead of Samuel. Soon-to-be 27, Anderson is best served as an inconsistent WR4 but has the potential to upgrade this status with a new team and incoming quarterback Teddy Bridgewater. His past two seasons have produced an average of 51 receptions, 765 yards and 5.5 touchdowns which seems realistic again in 2020, at least until proven otherwise. Robby Anderson is found as DLF's WR48.