If you’re in on Tampa Bay’s Chris Godwin this season, welcome to the club. You’re one of about 1.2 million players that like him to break out in 2019. Mike Evans is the team’s top receiver and there is no questioning that, but it’s hard not to be excited about Godwin this season. There are people drafting Godwin as their WR1, which is risky, but I like it, especially if you can lead the way with three dominant running backs, or perhaps two and a tight end. Regardless, Godwin is on just about everyone’s radar, and rightfully so. He caught 59 balls on 95 targets for 842 yards and seven touchdowns. There’s a lot to like about Godwin this year, starting with the fact that the workload should increase.

Adam Humphries and DeSean Jackson have vacated the Sunshine State, and the two combined for 117 receptions on 179 targets for 1,590 yards and nine touchdowns. That’s a lot of potential opportunity for Godwin, and the other Tampa Bay receivers of course. Humphries is gone, meaning...