Watson only managed 40 ... 2020 Fantasy Tiers, Rankings. Watson (shoulder) was a full participant in Wednesday's practice. Analysis: For the second straight day, Watson is destined to go down as a non-participant in practice. The Tampa Bay Buccaneers WR could be the perfect addition to your roster in 2020 Here’s what Watson did in those last four games: As expected, Watson was on the field nearly every snap in the two games Godwin and Evans both missed. But he proved more than just a product of weak competition by testing … 3 or No. Watson (chest) practiced fully Wednesday. 4 receiver job following the offseason departure of Breshad Perriman, will face competition from 2020 fifth-round pick Tyler Johnson. Analysis: Watson and Johnson seemingly share many of the same traits, namely, reliable hands and routes, as well as an impressive college history of red-zone success. Watson (chest) practiced fully Wednesday. With both Chris Godwin (hamstring) and and Scotty Miller (hip/groin) not practicing to begin the week, Watson could be in line to play a key role in Tampa Bay's receiving corps during Sunday's game against the Chargers. Scotty Miller would be the better fantasy option after putting up a 5-73-0 receiving line on 61 percent snap share Week 1, but Watson would at least be in play as a desperation starter or a DFS punt. Watson has impressed coach Bruce Arians as a candidate for the third receiver job in the early stages of training camp, Greg Auman of The Athletic reports. RANKS #454.7. Wednesday update II: Chris Godwin and Justin Watson have been ruled out, while Mike Evans and Scotty Miller are questionable to play on TNF, per The Score’s Chris Emma.Both Miller and Evans played last week at less than 100 percent, and did well, so that’s what fantasy managers will need to hope for again this week. Covering the impact of coronavirus on the sports world. 3 WR behind Evans and Scotty Miller (hip/groin). Last season, Evans missed the final three games while Godwin missed the last two. The 2018 fifth-round pick secured a 36-yard pass one one of his receptions and ultimately checked in second in receiving yardage on the team to Mike Evans. Unless he's able to fit in some activity during Friday's session, Watson would be at risk of missing Sunday's game against the Broncos. Watson hit 21 mph when running routes in a recent practice and has consistently shown more speed during early throwing sessions. Analysis: Stroud adds Scotty Miller, who enjoyed one of the best training camps of any Buccaneers skill player by all accounts, would also enjoy an enhanced role in the event of an Evans absence. Watson (shoulder) didn't participate in Thursday's practice. But Derek Carr only targeted his wide receivers nine times last week (a league-low), and Tom Brady won’t be doing that on Sunday in a get-right opportunity. Justin Watson (11 snaps) plays much more. With Chris Godwin (hamstring) also ruled out, and both Mike Evans (ankle) and Scotty Miller (hip/groin) listed as questionable, depth receivers like Tyler Johnson, Jaydon Mickens and Cyril Grayson could see expanded opportunities Thursday.