ESPN Fantasy Projection: Crowder has emerged as one of the game's top slot/short-area targets and that skill was on full display in his first season with the Jets. The longtime slot man in Washington posted a healthy 78-833-6 receiving line in New York, leading to a 26th-place finish in fantasy points. Crowder finished near the basement of the position in aDOT (8.1) for the fifth time in as many seasons, which limited big plays (6.8 YPT), but allowed him to soak up receptions (16th most). At 5-foot-8, 185 pounds, Crowder won't get you many touchdowns. Heck, he has only 20 career end zone targets. Still, Sam Darnold's top option will catch enough passes to allow for flex production in PPR leagues.