If there is one player you absolutely must stash in fantasy football, it is Josh Doctson.
Josh Doctson’s Immense Upside
Why? Because Josh Doctson’s profile defines upside.
- College Dominator Rating – Doctson was an epic producer at TCU.
- Breakout Age – He scored 5 TDs as a true freshman at Wyoming before transferring.
- Burst Score – 97th percentile Vertical Jump + Broad Jump.
- Catch Radius – Demonstrated by one of the most impressive touchdown catches of the season.
- SPARQ-x Score – All-around exceptional size-adjusted athlete.
The problem with Josh Doctson has been injuries. After Washington selected him in the first round, he’s been the Wile E. Coyote of NFL wide receivers:
- Foot Strain – 2016
- Achilles’ Tendon Strain – 2016
- Foot Sprain – 2017
- Hamstring Strain – 2017
Filling The Void
Terrelle Pryor possesses incredible upside paired with a scary downside. The downside for Pyror is that he is new to the position and will never be a precise run runner or technician. In fact, Pryor has been one the least efficiency players in the NFL. The inefficient downside has materialized, and Doctson will be the beneficiary.
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Washington threw the ball 630 times last season, and look for that pass to run ratio to skew pass-heavy again this season as Washington plays division rivals in the weeks ahead. Josh Doctso is the perfect high-upside bench stash who could be what we all wanted Terrelle Pryor to become.