ESPN Fantasy Projection: After playing sparingly as a rookie in 2020, Jefferson was on the field for 84% of the Rams' pass plays and handled 89 targets last season. The former second-round pick was primarily utilized as a situational deep threat, posting a 13.3 average depth of target (14th highest among WRs) and averaging 16.0 yards per reception (seventh). Jefferson finished 36th in fantasy points, though that number would've been much worse had Robert Woods not been lost for the season just hours after the Rams traded for Jefferson's replacement (Odell Beckham Jr.). Jefferson has yet to miss a game and has the look of a solid player, but he's behind at least Cooper Kupp and Allen Robinson II for targets, and a major boost in production seems unlikely for the 26-year-old. He's worth a bench spot only.