His deal could be worth up to $16M with incentives. Few receivers have been more frustrating to own over the past five years since Watkins' sophomore season in 2015 when he produced a 60/1,047/9 stat line while with the Bills. He hasn't played a full 16-tame season since 2014 as a rookie. During week one of 2019, Watkins exploded in a game vs. the Jaguars when he reeled in nine receptions, 198 yards and three touchdowns only to then be held scoreless for the next 15 games. Following this years Super Bowl win, he teased the "retirement" word but largely due to contract status and now will spend at least one more year in Kansas City. Now in his age-27 season, Watkins can still produce as a WR1 in any given game but his impressive level of unpredictability and lack of dependability will keep him as no more than a WR4/5 bye-week replacement. He's found as DLF's WR47 and still has time to find consistency, starting with remaining healthy in the year ahead.