Willie Snead IV: The team's top slot receiver finished with over 500 receiving yards from the position last season, according to ESPN, among the best marks in the NFL. But after Lamar Jackson took over at quarterback, each week seemingly became a boom-or-bust proposition. After catching five passes in Week 11 against the Cincinnati Bengals, Jackson's first start, Snead had one catch on three targets over the next two games. Then he had 10 catches on 13 targets over the two games after that. Then one catch on two targets in the regular season's final two games.
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