Martavis Bryant has an issue. Fortunately, it can be a one that pays off as far as the fantasy football rankings are concerned. In short, the player can most definitely be a steal for anyone looking for him on either in drafting or the waiver wire.
We all know that the talent is there, but what we don’t know is whether or not he can stay on the field. As a player who has missed more than twenty games in three eligible seasons, there’s cause for concern for many those who make their bones in fantasy football rankings.
However, when you look at the stats, he’s a player who scores touchdowns at a higher rate than average. He is also one that has a slightly higher than average catch rate, especially if Big Ben is throwing him the ball, though we won’t reasonably expect him to rank higher than Brown in fantasy football rankings.
However, if he – and his QB – can keep him on the field, we see no reason why he can’t almost produce low WR1 numbers in any of the most coveted fantasy football rankings.