2018 Outlook: Gordon returned to the field for five games in 2017 after missing all but five games of the 2014-16 seasons due to suspension. He didn't seem to lose a beat, ranking 21st at the position in fantasy points during the five weeks he was active, thanks to 8.6 targets per game and despite a horrid 42 percent catch rate and only one touchdown. Gordon, who posted an absurd 87-1,646-9 line in only 14 games back in 2013, is still only 27 years old. He's an elite talent and the No. 1 receiver in Cleveland's improved offense, though he figures to be limited a bit by a low-volume passing game. Gordon is a good bet for WR2 numbers if he stays out of trouble.
2018 Outlook: Landry was traded to Cleveland following a four-year stint with Miami, where he was targeted 563 times (sixth most in the NFL) and caught 400 passes (third). Primarily a short-area asset, Landry's career 6.28 aDOT is lowest among 45 receivers with 300-plus targets since he entered the league. The conservative role was more than offset by the heavy volume, allowing Landry a top-14 fantasy campaign each of the past three seasons. That included a fifth-place finish in 2017, which was fueled by a career-best nine touchdown receptions. Landry is unlikely to score that often or match the 9.4 targets per game he saw the past three seasons in Cleveland, but his role should still allow WR3 production.
2018 Outlook: Coleman was the first wide receiver selected in the 2016 draft, but he has struggled with injuries and effectiveness during his first two NFL campaigns. Coleman missed six games as a rookie and seven in 2017. His career 45.5 percent catch rate is worst and his 5.84 YPT and 2.36 RAC both are second-worst among all receivers with 100-plus targets since he entered the league. In his defense, 31.5 percent of balls thrown his way were off-target last season (third-highest), but he has struggled with drops (six in two seasons). Coleman is only 24 years old, and the Browns' offense is improved, but he's now buried behind at least Jarvis Landry and Josh Gordon on the depth chart. He's no more than a post-hype late-round flier.