WR Chris Godwin
In his second professional season, Chris Godwin managed to develop into a reliable number two receiver. He caught 59 passes for 842 yards to go along with seven touchdowns.
Now that Arians will be calling the plays, Godwin will be in the perfect position to succeed. Arians knows how to work with a variety of receivers. In Arizona, he had possession receivers like Larry Fitzgerald and speedsters like John Brown.
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Godwin has shown that he is a talented receiver that can make catches in traffic. In an offense that likes to take chances, he should be able to acclimate himself in the new scheme smoothly.
Arians will expand Godwin’s role in 2019. Arians will try to get DeSean Jackson back on board, and that would likely be the end of the road for Adam Humphries in Tampa Bay. Humphries could demand around $10 million in the open market.
No matter the direction Tampa decides to go with their situation at wideout, one target from 2018 will be off the team, leaving more looks for Godwin.
In a new offense which should put him in better situations and an expanded role, Godwin should be in for a breakout 2019 campaign.