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8 months agoThe stage was set for the Christian Kirk breakout. Everyone was excited for it. Playing for the league's worst offense with bottom of the barrel QB play, Kirk still managed 43 receptions for 590 yards in just 12 games. Then the Cardinals drafted not one, not two, but three wide receivers. This is a blessing in disguise. The reality is that Hakeem Butler and Keesean Johnson are unlikely to have significant roles as rookies. The best one of them can hope for is to play in four wide sets. Make no mistake about it - Kirk is the primary receiving target in Arizona. David Johnson may end up leading this team in targets, but Kirk has passed Larry Fitzgerald, who I anticipate will still be involved, but as more of a safety blanket/secondary role in what should be his final season. Andy Isabella will have an important role, but there will be targets to go around. Kyler Murray may push 600 pass attempts in Kliff Kingsbury's air raid offense. He may be able to support three fantasy viable receivers and Kirk is going to be leading the attack. His ADP is sure to rise over the summer, but it will never reach his ceiling. The breakout is coming. Kirk should be a reliable fantasy WR2 at a WR3 price. Buy.--Jason Katz - RotoBaller

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