For years, the debates have been whether Meachem was capable of producing solid numbers in a big role and whether he was being held back by having to play in a Saints offense that spread the ball around. The 2007 first round pick never topped the 66 targets he received in 2010 and he has never topped 45 receptions in a single season. Barring injury, he is almost guaranteed of having a career year this season in San Diego, having been signed by the Chargers to take over for the departed Vincent Jackson as their top wide receiver. Possessing outstanding speed and solid size at 6’2” and 210 pounds, there has never been any questions about Meachem’s physical gifts. He will get a healthy dose of targets this season and appears to have landed in the perfect role with the Chargers, who will rely on him to be their main deep target. His first 1,000-yard season is within reach as well as an opportunity to approach double-digit touchdowns. Meachem is a boom/bust pick but the probability of a boom is greater. Consider him a low-end WR2 with major upside in 2012.