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Camp Thoughts: Happy Golladays

Mario Puig

Mario is a Senior Writer at RotoWire who primarily writes and projects for the NFL and college football sections.

Kenny Golladay's strong showing in Sunday's preseason game against the Colts shouldn't be dismissed. The way he played in that game is something consistent with his prospect profile, and there's every reason to believe it was a reflection of his real nature, rather than a preseason flash in the pan. Whether he serves a similar function in the offense during the regular season is less clear, but should he receive a similarly prominent role, there's reason to think he'll keep producing.

This is a 6-foot-4, 218-pound wideout who took on a huge workload in college, earning disproportionately high shares of the targets at Northern Illinois, and in the process he showed strong efficiency despite poor quarterback play and stacked coverages. He was targeted on 147 of NIU's 400 passes last year a percentage of 36.8. He turned those targets into 87 catches for 1,156 yards and eight touchdowns, good for an average of 7.9 YPT in an offense that averaged just 6.1 yards per pass

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