ESPN Fantasy Projection: Chark signed with Detroit after an up-and-down first four seasons in Jacksonville. The 2018 second-round pick broke out with a 73-1,008-8 receiving line and 17th-place fantasy finish in 2019, but its been downhill from there. He saw more low-percentage/deep balls in 2020 and, combined with weak QB play (27% off target rate was third highest at WR) and three missed games, he fell outside the top 40 receivers. His 2021 season ended with a broken ankle in Week 4. Chark is a big, fast perimeter target, but his ceiling will be limited with Amon-Ra St. Brown, D'Andre Swift, T.J. Hockenson and inevitably rookie Jameson Williams ahead of him for targets. Chark belongs on benches, though Williams' ACL recovery could allow the 25-year-old some early-season flex value.