The Chargers needed a deep threat to replace Vincent Jackson and may have found themselves quite a bargain in the talented Robert Meachem.
Meachem will slide into the number two role in this offense and has a chance to supplant Malcolm Floyd as the effective number one option before the season is complete.
Meachem goes from a crowded receiving corps in New Orleans to one with a gaping hole San Diego.
Conventional wisdom would suggest that leaving Drew Brees would be a detriment to any players fantasy value but the same cannot be said for Meachem who will be joining a less competitive situation with a QB that is just as good, if not better at finding his receivers downfield.
Robert Meachem – Meachem should step in as the number two receiver in this offense and post a YPC that will be among the league leaders. A 50+ reception, 900+ yard campaign seems all but assured if he stays healthy. Meachem looks like a flex with solid WR3 upside and will be on many sleeper l...