It's not out of the question as Chark exploded on the scene in 2019, his second year in the league, with 73 receptions for 1,008 yards and eight touchdowns, this with poor offensive team production overall and quarterback inconsistency. For the record, for this prediction to come true, Chark will need to produce more than 1,636 yards, a mark set by Smith in 1999. Not likely with second-year Gardner Minshew under-center but nor is out of the realm of possibility. Should Chark produce a number anywhere near 1,600 receiving yards, he'd well have outplayed his current DLF WR21 receiver ranking. Either way, the third-year receiver's arrows are pointing straight up and could challenge for WR1 status in dynasty.