This article is part of our ADP Analysis series.
Last week's edition of ADP Analysis focused on quarterbacks and running backs, pinpointing Ryan Tannehill and Devin Singletary as nice bargains after their stock tumbled throughout the summer. This week we'll focus on pass catchers, comparing BB10's ADP results from May and June against the data from the first 28 days of July.
May/June: WR12, ADP 34.3 ➡ July: WR9, ADP 29.0
I have Robinson ranked at WR7, which means I've regularly been drafting him in the third round even as the price has risen. Quarterback play in Chicago remains a concern, but you'd be hard pressed to find a safer bet for 25 percent target share after Michael Thomas, Davante Adams and Julio Jones come off the board by the middle of Round 2. While I understand the big-play appeal with Kenny Golladay (WR7 ADP), Mike Evans (WR8) and Odell Beckham (WR11), I prefer the volume security of Robinson or even D.J. Moore (WR10).
There's no concrete explanation for the ADP shift here, so it might just be a case of Robinson twitter hype somehow reaching yet another new level. Given how much everyone claims to love the guy, I'm kinda surprised he isn't a second-rounder by now.
⬆ DJ Chark
WR23, ADP 57.3 ➡ WR21, ADP 51.2
There seems to be a general upward trend when it comes to public perception of the Jacksonville passing attack, with Gardner Minshew (QB24), Chris Thompson (RB62) and Tyler Eifert (TE31) all seeing small ADP