Chris Godwin Fantasy Outlook Keeps Him in WR1 Range With Massive Production in Week 4
After an explosive start to the year, with 11 receptions, 174 yards and two touchdowns through two games, Chris Godwin disappeared in Week 3.
He proved immediately in Week 4 that the one-week lull was nothing to be worried about though, and he clearly still has the potential to be an elite fantasy wideout.
Godwin's first half stat line alone would have made for a terrific day, with nine receptions, 125 yards and two touchdowns.
After Mike Evans exploded and looked to re-claim the Bucs' WR1 role in Week 3, Godwin dominated the available volume in that first half, racking up 10 targets while Evans was second in the offense with only four.
Already posting an elite fantasy outing in just one half of football against the Los Angeles Rams, it's safe to say that Godwin is back.
Posting big numbers in three of his four games so far in 2019, fantasy owners should consider Godwin a must-start in the WR1 range every week moving forward.
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