Pittsburg Steelers Wide Receiver Martavis Bryant should make the path to WR1 for the 2017 season. In 2016 many thought Martavis would have his breakout season. With his 6’4” frame and 211 pound body many thought he would finally live up to his potential in his third season in the NFL. However, Bryant disappointed many fantasy football players when he was banned for the 2016 season after failing his second drug test. Bryant had excellent stats in his rookie season after being drafted in fourth round of the 2014 draft. He had 32 reception and an outstanding eight touchdowns on those receptions. In 2015 he had two touchdowns from six receptions in his first game.

In order for Bryant to improve his stats in 2017 he must play more games. If he plays for 16 games he will attain WR1 status. Fantasy Footballer staff put Bryant’s chances of reaching WR1 status at 55 percent.