Wilson, just entering his prime years, seemed to land in a fine spot with new HC Mike McDaniel.
After Miami added Tyreek Hill, though, there simply aren’t enough targets to go around in an offense that still has a lot to prove. Barring an injury to Hill or Jaylen Waddle, Wilson’s unlikely to supply much fantasy value.
Wilson signed a three-year, $22 million contract with Miami after spending his first four seasons in Dallas. The deal was a bit of an eyebrow-raiser considering Wilson was a former sixth-round pick who has been limited to a backup/situational role during his career. In fact, Wilson has 96 targets in his career, 61 of which came in 2021. In Wilson's defense, he was pretty good last season, ranking no lower than 13th among wide receivers in catch rate (74%), yards per target (9.9) and RAC (5.8). The 26-year-old aligned in the slot on 79% of his routes in Dallas and figures to see similar usage between Tyreek Hill and Jaylen Waddle in Miami. Wilson is a long shot for consistent production with Hill, Waddle and Mike Gesicki higher in priority, but he's a name to monitor in deep formats.