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Posted: 2/28/2018 10:19am ET
Huddle Up: Godwin is expected to serve as Tampa Bay's No. 3 wide receiver behind Mike Evans and DeSean Jackson. His fantasy ceiling will be low as long as those two are healthy, but he's a prime example of a potential late-round sleeper and is better suited for standard leagues.
Posted: 12/24/2017 1:48pm ET
Huddle Up: Godwin's day was highlighted by a 70-yard catch and run, as he took advantage of the absence of DeSean Jackson to shine. He has a little upside for fantasy owners heading into 2018 and beyond, but his usefulness will be dictated on what the Bucs do in free agency and the draft.
Posted: 12/22/2017 3:45pm ET
Huddle Up: Godwin might be starting opposite Mike Evans, and he posted five grabs for 68 yards on 10 targets in Week 10 when he drew a start in place of the suspended Evans. He should be viewed as a WR4 or flex fantasy option in leagues of 12 or more teams with a little upside.
Posted: 12/10/2017 6:52pm ET
Huddle Up: Godwin has emerged as a solid pass catcher down the stretch for the Bucs, although fantasy owners of Mike Evans aren't terribly pleased with his emergence. Despite the solid play lately Godwin is still nothing more than a WR4 in deeper fantasy leagues down the stretch. He could be a nice sleeper in 2017, however.
Posted: 4/28/2017 7:39pm ET
Huddle Up: Godwin needs to work on his route running, but he has the physical tools to develop into an NFL starter. He is worth stashing in keeper formats, but it will probably be a couple of years before he makes an impact for fantasy owners.
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