Metcalf appeared to be in line for a step back last season as Seattle transitioned from Russell Wilson to Geno Smith at quarterback. Instead, Metcalf hit career highs in targets and receptions en route to his third consecutive top-16 fantasy campaign. Metcalf has actually finished outside the top 20 in fantasy PPG each of the last two seasons, but he hasn't missed a single game and he had some horrific TD luck last season. The big man saw 24 end zone targets (nine more than any other player) but found the end zone only six times (nearly half of his WR-high expected total of 11.0). Metcalf is in his prime at age 25, a lock for a huge target share and a good bet for more TDs. He's a fringe WR1.