Entering into his third season in the league, Chris Godwin looks to add to a stellar 2018 by proving that he can be a dominant receiver outside of the numbers. With the inevitable departure of Jackson and Adam Humphries, the wide receiver room will be less crowded in 2019 and Godwin should see more opportunities opposite Mike Evans, reps he was splitting with Jackson.
In his sophomore season with the Bucs, Godwin scored a massive seven touchdowns opposite Evans and tallied 842 yards on nearly 60 catches. Already proving that he belongs in this league, Godwin could further vault his status in the NFL by leaping the 1,000 yard mark, a milestone he is sure to have his eyes set upon. This was an improvement from 525 yards and one touchdown from his rookie season.
In a season where he should demand a lot more attention from Winston and new Offensive Coordinator Byron Leftwich, Godwin has the chance at reaching the Pro Bowl and teaming up with Evans to provide one of the more dominant one-two punches in the league. After already taking a huge jump in 2018, look for Godwin to outperform his sophomore season under Bruce Arians for the Buccaneers.