2022 Player Outlook
D.J. Chark missed the majority of the season last year with an ankle injury, but before the injury, he was doing relatively well, especially on an Urban Meyer-led offense. Through the first three weeks, Chark was WR27 with 154 yards and two touchdowns on just seven receptions. There's no denying that Chark is a game-changer on the field when he's healthy, but he has yet to play a full season in the league. As long as he is, he should be a productive WR3/Flex option.