Productive when healthy, Lee has managed to remain physically intact the last two years, save for an ankle sprain that cost him two games at the end of the 2017 regular season. He’s averaged 6.7 targets, 4.0 catches and 51.8 receiving yards a game over the last two years. With Allen Robinson in Chicago, Lee now figures to be Jacksonville’s No. 1 receiver.
Lee has scored only eight touchdowns in 53 NFL games and has never had more than three TD catches in any of his four NFL seasons. While Lee is the dean of the Jaguars’ pass catchers, young WRs Dede Westbrook and Keelan Cole showed potential last season, and the Jaguars have brought in WR Donte Moncrief and TE Austin Seferian-Jenkins via free agency. Jacksonville is a run-heavy team, and targets could be spread so thin that no single Jaguar pass catcher offers worthwhile fantasy value. Lee was hampered by a litany of lower-body injuries over his first two NFL seasons, missing nine games.
Lee is a solid posses-sion receiver with some value in PPR leagues, but he plays for a run-heavy team with some promising young pass catchers who could threaten his target load.