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What You Need to Know:
-Beasley played 15 games in 2020, missing just 1 (Week 17) with a partial break of his fibula. He finished as the WR27 in PPR with 82-967-4.
-His 107 targets, 11.8 YPC and 76.6% catch rate narrowly set career highs. He set clear career highs in catches and yards.
-With an 18.7% target share, Beasley saw 4+ targets in 13 of 15 regular season games. He hit 100 yards a career-high 5 times.
-Beasley’s low 4.8% TD rate fell in line with his career norm. He saw 11.7% of Buffalo’s RZ targets, putting him behind Stefon Diggs and Gabriel Davis and on par with Dawson Knox.
-The Bills replaced John Brown with free agent Emmanuel Sanders. Diggs, Davis and Knox return to give Buffalo a deep pass catching corps.
-After an enormous breakout season, some regression from Josh Allen is reasonable to expect. But Beasley will again man the slot and project favorably for another ~100 target season.
-Beasley, 32, has played 14+ games in 8 straight seasons.
Draft Sharks Bottom Line:
After finishing as the WR34 with Buffalo in 2019, his finish jumped to WR27 last season. He hit 10+ PPR points in 10 of 15 games; 20+ in 3. So he sprinkled in some spike weeks to pair with his frequent high floor.
Beasley’s TD outlook remains unfavorable, but he enters year 3 with the same QB and coaching staff that’s quietly made him a spot-start option. There’s some decline risk at 32, but Beasley again profiles as a high floor, low ceiling fantasy option.