You just gotta get him the ball.
"I live by the film," Watkins told the team's official site after catching all eight of his targets for a career-best 168 yards and a touchdown. "I watched (Dolphins cornerback Brent Grimes) in every game from 2-3 years ago and watched how he plays press and doesn't switch it up. So I set it up to keep taking him inside, keep selling it. I beat him inside on the first throw, so I knew when in doubt that he's going to jump inside if I do it. So I double-moved him inside, sold him with my body. He jumped, and I just put my hand up, and Tyrod delivered the ball."
The explanation shows exactly why Watkins needed to be force fed all along. When a team gives up that much for a singular talent, the hope is that he's worth it. Watkins, when he's on, is most definitely worth it.
Though it seems like baby steps, establishing Watkins as an Odell Beckham-type game-in, game-out threat will elevate this team to another level.