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9 months agoBeckham was fifth among all receivers with 124 targets (10.3 per-game), and fourth with 20 red zone targets after 12 games last season, before a quad injury sidelined him for the Giants’ final four contests. But any concerns regarding Beckham’s absence should be offset by this impressive achievement: of the 18 wide receivers that accumulated 1,000+ yards, he was the only one that accomplished it despite playing in fewer than 14 games (12). A legitimate argument can be made that he has not received enough credit for his production during the decline in Eli Manning’s abilities, but Beckham will now benefit from the March trade that rescued him from an unfavorable environment. Baker Mayfield has the accuracy and aggressiveness to reinstitute Beckham’s preeminence as a downfield threat, and Beckham should flourish in a promising offense that will be designed by the tandem of Freddie Kitchens and Todd Monken. He should deliver numbers that are comparable to the first three years of his career when he exploded onto the landscape by generating 4,122 yards and 35 touchdowns. That should supply an incentive to secure him late in Round 1 of drafts, which is slightly above his current ADP.--Phil Clark - RotoBaller

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