DK Metcalf has finished as a top-15 fantasy wide receiver in two straight seasons. The physical tools he brings to the position create both explosive-play opportunities and scoring upside in the red zone. We know that. But with Russell Wilson now out of Seattle, and Metcalf's current ADP sitting at WR17, how confident should you be in drafting the wide receiver in a Seahawks offense that is expected to take a step back in passing efficiency?
Metcalf's fantasy ceiling
It's the size/speed traits, the route structure and the red zone targets that boost Metcalf's ceiling -- even with a change at the quarterback position, as Geno Smith and Drew Lock will compete for the No. 1 job in camp.