5. Tajae Sharpe, WR (5th round 2016)
2016: 41 receptions, 522 yards, 2 TD
2018: 26 receptions, 316 yards, 2 TD
Tajae Sharpe would probably be a much more well thought of player if he had just stayed healthy going into the 2017 season. He was put on IR before the season and Corey Davis missed a chunk of time early.
It would have been great to have a reliable receiver to plug in when he went out. Instead, there was really no relief for Rishard Matthews and Eric Decker who probably should have been WRs2/3, instead they were WR1/2 and with no consistent help inside.
Losing that year of development and losing the title of Marcus Mariota‘s most reliable target quickly pushed Sharpe down the depth chart. If he gets a fresh start somewhere else I still believe that he could be a great boundary receiver with solid hands.