ESPN Fantasy Projection: All things considered, Johnson had a pretty darn impressive rookie season. The 2019 third-round pick was a part-time player for most of the season, but still managed a solid 59-680-5 receiving line on his way to a 39th-place finish in fantasy points. That success came despite his operating in an offense with extremely poor quarterback play. That's unlikely to be an issue again in 2020 with Ben Roethlisberger back from injury. Johnson joins up with JuJu Smith-Schuster, James Washington and rookie Chase Claypool to form one of the league's top young WR groups. Roethlisberger has supported three fantasy-relevant WRs in the past, so it's certainly possible for multiple receivers to shine in Pittsburgh's pass-heavy offense. Consider Johnson as a flex target with upside.