A breakout season is in store for CeeDee Lamb. Lamb was the mostly-consensus number one receiver in last year’s draft class and has the potential to be a top-5 receiver in the league during his prime. Last year, with Dak Prescott out most of the season, Lamb saw 111 targets and caught 74 receptions for 935 yards and 5 TDs. That is a great rookie season by any standard and now Dak is back. Prescott was on pace to blow every passing record out of the water when he got hurt and even if he had fallen off a bit, it still would have been way better for Lamb than a lackluster Andy Dalton. Now, Lamb is a year better and will have a potential top-5 QB in the league throwing to him. That is a recipe for success even with Amari Cooper there because both of them can be WR1s in fantasy. Now, the potential is recognized by all since Lamb has an ADP in the fourth round, but I would without a doubt take him there because he could hit that prime as soon as next season.


100 receptions

1,300 yards

7 touchdowns

By Lukas Parrish