2018 Outlook: Parker hasn't quite lived up to his first-round draft status, but volume hasn't been much of an issue. In 2016, Parker averaged a 20 percent target share (5.9 per game) and was fantasy's No. 42 scoring wide receiver during the 15 weeks he was active. Last season, he averaged a 21 percent share (7.4 per game) and ranked 29th during 12 full games. He was unlucky in the touchdown department, scoring once despite a 4.8 OTD and nine end zone targets (15th most). Jarvis Landry's departure creates a path to even more targets for Parker, though Kenny Stills, Albert Wilson and Danny Amendola will also be in the mix. Still only 25 years old and loaded with talent, Parker is an intriguing post-hype target.
2018 Outlook: Stills is entering his sixth NFL season but is still only 26 years old. The former fifth-round pick has become one of the league's top deep threats. He has ranked no lower than 22nd in aDOT or YPR each of the past four seasons and ranked in the top 20 in YPT two of those seasons. Stills' role as a field-stretcher has limited his reception totals ' and thus, his fantasy production ' though he did post career-best marks in targets, receptions and fantasy points in 2017. Although target hog Jarvis Landry is gone, Stills' usage figures to increase minimally with DeVante Parker, Albert Wilson and Danny Amendola in the mix. Stills remains worthy of flex consideration and has more value in non-PPR.
2018 Outlook: Wilson spent the first four seasons of his career as a situational receiver in Kansas City but managed to land a three-year, $24 million deal with Miami during the offseason. The former undrafted free agent posted a career-best 61-42-554-3 line in 2017 and is handling 3.5 targets per game in his career. Of course, Wilson is on the fantasy radar because he's the favorite to replace Jarvis Landry as Miami's primary slot man. Landry soaked up 9.5 targets per game in that role the past three seasons and, though Wilson is unlikely to match anything close to that, his hefty paycheck should assure him a significant workload. He's a fine WR5 target and should be downgraded in non-PPR formats.
2018 Outlook: Amendola signed a two-year deal with the Dolphins after spending the past five years with the division-rival Patriots. Amendola finds himself in a similar position to where he was in New England, stuck without a clear path to targets. DeVante Parker and Kenny Stills are the team's top two receivers, with Albert Wilson, Jakeem Grant and now Amendola in the mix to help replace Jarvis Landry. Amendola has never finished a season better than No. 43 at the position in fantasy points, and he's unlikely to improve on that mark as a 32-year-old situational receiver in a below-average offense. He's no more than a late-round flier in deep PPR leagues.