ESPN Fantasy Projection: Samuel's career advanced another step last season as the 2017 second-round pick appeared in 16 games for the first time in his career and posted career-high totals in receptions, receiving yards and touchdowns. His efficiency wasn't good (51% catch rate, 5.9 YPT), although some of that can be blamed on a 28% off-target rate (eighth highest in the NFL). Samuel did finish as 2019's No. 26 fantasy WR, thanks in part to his also being a factor as a rusher (19-130-1 on the ground). He is sure to sustain a significant role in Matt Rhule's new-look offense, but Carolina's signing of Robby Anderson is sure to cost Samuel targets. As such, he's only a flex option in deeper leagues.