2013 DRAFT GUIDE
By Jeff Paur
Senior Fantasy Writer
Realtime Fantasy Sports

Quarterbacks:

The quarterback position continues to be very deep for fantasy teams. It might be the deepest every for fantasy teams this season with so many guys capable of posting top-five scoring numbers. Either way, having a top quarterback can be a big-time difference maker for fantasy teams. Teams that had Drew Brees and Aaron Rodgers made a lot of noise last season as both players posted a ton of points.

You can still wait on a quarterback and get a quality option such as Tony Romo, but getting an elite option will cost you a pick in the first three or four rounds of your draft. And with the way things played out the few seasons, getting one of those top guys isn't a bad idea these days for fantasy teams. We are in a pass-first NFL.

But you will also want to know your scoring system. Every league is different. Some leagues favor quarterbacks a little more while others try to devalue the position some by making passing touchdowns worth less as well as penalizing more for interceptions. So you'll want to know your scoring inside and out before deciding when to take a quarterback.



Running Backs:

When it comes to fantasy, the running back position is a top priority. And this will be the case even more this season. The top five or so backs really stand out over the other options. These guys will go fast come draft day, and teams having them will have an advantage over their opponents. There just aren't that many elite backs any more, especially with more teams using a two-back approach or throwing on nearly every down.

But there are other options out there with potential after those top guys are gone. Who is the Alfred Morris of this season? Lamar Miller is one guy capable of posting big numbers. He is the favorite to start in Miami and should be playing in a much better offense. Another guy to watch is David Wilson, who will get his chance to start for the Giants. New York has produced some solid fantasy backs throughout the years. So there are options out there after those top guys are gone. Don't give up hope if you don't get an early-round pick.


Wide Receivers:

The receiver position is a lot more coveted these days, mainly because so many leagues are points per reception (PPR). This makes getting someone like Calvin Johnson a big plus for fantasy teams. Top receivers have even more value in PPR leagues. If you don't get an elite option in a PPR league, you aren't likely winning your league.

And we have some quality top options. There are about 10 or so elite fantasy receivers - guys capable of leading the league in scoring. After the top guys, though, we have a lot of similar options, which is why many wait on receivers after the elite guys are gone. It is another reason teams load up on No. 1 receivers early. You can use different strategies at the receiver spot and have success both ways.

Just like at running back, teams are looking for the next surprise. Who will be Randall Cobb in 2013? There are some breakout candidates. T.Y. Hilton seemed to just scratch the surface last season and should take his game to another level in the Colts pass-first offense. Josh Gordon is a talented player that should emerge as the No. 1 receiver in a better Browns passing game. And Torrey Smith hasn't really put it together to date but if he is ever going to do it, we think this is the year. He has less to compete with for targets and Joe Flacco is taking his game to a new level. So there are options out there that could break through. It would be good to target one, get one on your team and hope for the best.


Tight Ends:

It is becoming more and more evident that the tight end position isn't overlooked these days. Just look at the last few seasons with Rob Gronkowski and Jimmy Graham posting huge numbers, point totals as high as any position. These are players that can carry a team to the playoffs. Needless to say, a top No. 1 tight end that produces similar to an elite receiver can be a huge plus for fantasy teams.

There are about five or so tight ends capable of having a monster season this year. If you want one of those guys, act quickly. You'll likely have to use a pick in the first five rounds.

But there remains a lot of talent after those top options. Guys like Dennis Pitta, Jared Cook and Owen Daniels can be had fairly late in drafts but still produce solid starting tight end numbers for fantasy teams. All guys seem setup for solid seasons and are good reasons why some fantasy teams wait on a tight end while loading up on other positions.



Kickers:

We mention it every season, but the key to finding a successful fantasy kicker is drafting a kicker that is on a team that wins games. Of the 11 kickers that finished with 120 or more points last season, all but two played on team with a .500 or better record. There will be an occasional kicker that breaks this rule, but for the most part, the best kickers play on the best teams. They are giving them more opportunities to score, making their point totals among the best in the league.

And please don't be the guy that takes a kicker in the fifth round of your draft. The point deferential from week to week between the top kicker and the 10th rated guy is minimal. We aren't saying to totally discount the position, but use some discretion. Every point does matter, but having your core team in place before taking a kicker is a good idea come draft day.

You also know that some teams will surprise and a kicker's production will be rewarded. Last season, Blair Walsh was the big surprise at kicker. He was fourth in the league in scoring, but went undrafted in many leagues because the Vikings weren't a team on everyone's radar last season. Keep that in mind when thinking about taking a kicker in the early rounds of your draft. Let someone else use a mid-round pick on Stephen Gostkowski while you solidify the rest of your roster.


Def / STs:

The big thing with the defense/special teams position is knowing your rules. Some leagues really reward defenses for sacks, turnovers and points allowed while others just give points for touchdowns scored by your defense/special teams. This is quite a different approach, so before ranking or picking a defense during your draft, know what your league favors. Your rules will dictate the value the position in your league.

With that said, the 49ers are our top selection this season after a second straight monster season and most of those key guys returning in 2013. But after them, we have several solid choices. The Broncos, Seahawks, Bears and Steelers should have solid seasons and are capable of finishing near the top of most leagues in defense/special teams scoring.

And there are a couple different approaches to taking a defense. If you want to use a mid-round pick on a defense/special teams, take the 49ers or Steelers or whoever you have rated high. But if you want to wait until the later rounds, grab two defenses you think you can platoon based on matchups. This is a good strategy to use if you want to wait a while before taking a defense and use that mid-round pick on another position. Getting two teams like the Rams and Redskins could do just as well as taking the 49ers with a higher pick. It is just something to think about heading into your draft. Platoon options can work well with this position.


Updated: 04/04/14
 #1  Adrian Peterson (RB) Yr: 2012  TDs: 12  Yds: 2097  Rush: 348MinnesotaBye: 10 
 
Player News:
There were concerns Peterson wouldn't be healthy to start last season after returning from an ACL injury. He surprised everyone by starting from day one. Peterson did start a little slow but looked better than ever after a few weeks of the season. In fact, he had one of the best seasons for a running back in the history of the NFL, which is amazing if you consider the circumstances. He also played some of the season with a sports hernia, which he said slowed him some. Even with all that, Peterson topped 2,000-rushing yards. He topped the 100-yard mark 10 times, including two games with 200-plus yards. He was unstoppable much of the season. The Vikings struggled throwing the ball, so teams focused on stopping Peterson about every week and still couldn't. Peterson looks like a man among boys. He could be even stronger this season, a year removed from surgery and over his sports hernia. This has to be scary for NFL teams. Peterson has six 1,000-yard seasons and double-digit touchdowns every year in the NFL. Peterson is as explosive as any back in the game. He can run over tacklers but also has great speed to break a big play every time he touches the ball. Peterson also is an improving receiver, having 20-plus receptions four times during his career.

Fantasy Outlook:  
Peterson is our No. 1 rated player this season. He has more upside for the huge game than any player in the game. He can carry a team any given week because of his big-game potential. We aren't sure he can top 2,000-rushing yards again but we wouldn't put it past him. He is good for double-digit scores and huge yardage totals. He can get 2,400 or so total yards and 16 touchdowns in 2013.

 #2  Jamaal Charles (RB) Yr: 2012  TDs: 5  Yds: 1509  Rush: 285Kansas CityBye: 6 
 
Player News:
Charles returned from serious knee injury and looked about as good as ever last season. He had a career high in rushing yards (1,509) and finished with 1,745 total yards. The only knock on Charles was he scored just six touchdowns. But the rest of his game looked just fine, topping the 100-yard mark seven times. He even had two 200-yard rushing games. Charles was his usual explosive self. He'll continue to carry the load in the Chiefs' offense, an offense that should be better with Andy Reid running the show. Charles should play a similar role to LeSean McCoy for Reid. He'll get plenty of touches as both a runner and receiver. Charles has top speed, great moves and even runs with some power despite weighing less than 200 pounds. He is the complete package at running back. Charles also catches the ball well, having 27 or more receptions in his full seasons.

Fantasy Outlook:  
Charles has huge upside for 2013. You have to like his chances for a career season in this new offense. We wouldn't be surprised to see him be a top-five fantasy back before it is all said and done. The only concern is his touchdowns. If he can get some more goal-line work, he could be a fantasy force. But for now, expect around 2,000 total yards and 10 touchdowns.

 #3  LeSean McCoy (RB) Yr: 2012  TDs: 2  Yds: 840  Rush: 200PhiladelphiaBye: 7 
 
Player News:
The injury bug hit McCoy for really the first time in his career last season, missing four games because of a concussion. But his overall season was disappointing, much like his team. McCoy posted fine numbers overall but his season was way down compared to the previous year. He scored just five touchdowns after having 20 the previous year. McCoy did top 1,000 total yards in just 12 games, though, averaging 101 total yards per game. He averages 1,503 total yards per season the last three years. He moves to a new offense this year but should still be a big part of the offense. His rushing totals could go up some with a few more chances. And Chip Kelly has a history of producing big offenses, which bodes well for McCoy's yardage and touchdown totals. He is 25 years old and in the prime of his career. McCoy is an elusive back with great hands. He just makes plays in space. McCoy also is a much better runner these days between the tackles, making some tough runs throughout the past few seasons.

Fantasy Outlook:  
McCoy might be overlooked some after last season but we still love his upside going forward. He has huge yardage potential in this offense. We wouldn't be surprised to see him break the 2,000-yard mark for total yards. He probably won't score 20 touchdowns again but can get double-digit scores. He is a top-five pick come draft day.

 #4  Matt Forte (RB) Yr: 2012  TDs: 5  Yds: 1094  Rush: 248ChicagoBye: 9 
 
Player News:
Forte enjoyed his third 1,000-yard season of his career, finishing with just more than 1,400 total yards. He had just three 100-yard rushing games but averaged 95.6 total yards per game. He got consistent work in the offense once again as the lead back for the Bears. He did miss out on goal-line work, though, and scored just six touchdowns. Forte has double-digit touchdowns just once in his career, his rookie season. Forte has good size and runs hard. He isn't a huge big-play back but will make the occasional big play. He'll churn out some tough yards and make a lot of plays out of the backfield as a receiver. Forte is a solid overall NFL back.

Fantasy Outlook:  
His lack of scores his hurts his value, which should be the case once again this year. He'll get you nice yardage totals but his touchdowns will be below average for a top fantasy back. He can get 1,700 or so total yards and seven touchdowns. Consider him a low-end No. 1 or top No. 2 back come draft day.

 #5  Calvin Johnson (WR) Yr: 2012  TDs: 5  Yds: 1964  Recpts: 122DetroitBye: 9 
 
Player News:
Despite having just five touchdowns, Johnson produced one of the best seasons ever for a receiver. He nearly topped 2,000 yard, grabbing 122 passes for 1,964 yards. He scored just five times but had 11 100-yard games. He had 100-yard games eight of his last nine games. Johnson was consistent and nearly unstoppable every week despite the opposition double and triple teaming him in hopes to stop him. Johnson also had double-digit receptions six games and at least three receptions every game. Johnson has three straight 1,000-yard seasons and averages an amazing 1,823 yards per season the last two years. Johnson has double-digit touchdowns three of six seasons in the NFL. Johnson is a big receiver with top speed and the knack for making the big play. He will drop a few passes on occasion, but more than makes up for that because of his top playmaking ability. He is an amazing athlete, capable of making the circus catch. Johnson is the best receiver in the game right now.

Fantasy Outlook:  
Johnson is our top rated fantasy receiver once again. Don't get caught up in his scores from last season. It was a fluke as much as anything considering his past success in finding the end zone. We think he could see a dip in receptions and yards, though. It is inevitable after last season but he can still get about 100 receptions for 1,600 yards and double-digit scores. He is worth a first-round pick come draft day.

 #6  Marshawn Lynch (RB) Yr: 2012  TDs: 11  Yds: 1590  Rush: 315SeattleBye: 4 
 
Player News:
Lynch had his best season as a pro last year, once again producing big numbers as the Seahawks top back. He topped 1,500-rushing yards for the first time in his score and scored 12 touchdowns. He had an amazing 10, 100-yard rushing games. Lynch was so consistent for the Seahawks. He took advantage of the new offense with Russell Wilson at the helm, which opened even more holes for Lynch. He has two straight 1,000 yard, double-digit touchdown seasons with the Seahawks. And at age 27, Lynch still has some good seasons left as the Seahawks No. 1 back. Lynch is a big back with top speed and big-play ability. He also is a pretty good receiver out of the backfield. He used to battle consistency issues but that doesn't seem to be an issue anymore.

Fantasy Outlook:  
Lynch might have a hard time topping last season but we like his chances for another big season. He is a solid No. 1 back that you can get after the top guys are gone. We would feel fine about getting Lynch at the end of the first or early second round. He is a dependable option in an emerging offense. Expect around 1,600 or so total yards and double-digit touchdowns.

 #7  Eddie Lacy (RB) Green BayBye: 9 
 
Player News:
The Packers finally got a legit starting running back, drafting Lacy in the second round of this year's draft. He'll take over as the No. 1 back from day one for Green Bay. He has some injury concerns but is a perfect three-down back when healthy. He has great size for the position and runs with a lot of power. He isn't a finesse back but has pretty good moves in space but does his best work between the tackles. He also isn't a bad receiver, having the ability to make plays out of the backfield. Lacy isn't the best blocker, though, and lacks some elite speed.

Fantasy Outlook:  
Lacy isn't going to get a ton of work in this offense but should get near 20 touches per game as long as he can stay healthy. He is a solid No. 2 for fantasy teams. We are looking for around 1,200 total yards and near double-digit scores his rookie season. He has plenty of upside in this offense but his yardage totals could be a little up and down, considering the Packers are a pass-first team.

 #8  Doug Martin (RB) Yr: 2012  TDs: 11  Yds: 1454  Rush: 319Tampa BayBye: 7 
 
Player News:
Martin won the starting job before last season and never looked back, having a huge rookie season for the Bucs. He is going to be the franchise back in Tampa for years to come. Martin rushed for nearly 1,500 yards and had about 500-receiving yards, giving him 1,926 total yards and 12 touchdowns. He had five 100-yard games, including a monster 251-yard performance in Week 9. Martin had more than 50-rushing yards all but two games, showing consistency about the entire season. Martin is about the complete package at running back. He does well between the tackles but also has the speed to break plays to the outside. He isn't a huge back but runs with some power and has good moves in the open field. He also is a good receiver out of the backfield, giving him another way to touch the ball often.

Fantasy Outlook:  
We already consider Martin an elite fantasy back. He does it all - gets yard, TDs and receptions. Expect him to build on last season. He can top 2,000 total yards and score double-digit touchdowns. Consider him a first-round pick capable of leading all running backs in fantasy scoring. Martin is the real deal.

 #9  Julio Jones (WR) Yr: 2012  TDs: 10  Yds: 1198  Recpts: 79AtlantaBye: 9 
 
Player News:
Jones improved on his rookie season but still lacked some consistency at times. He was a little boom or bust but his overall numbers were very good in the end. He had his first 1,000-yard season and scored 10 touchdowns. Jones had four 100-yard games and four games with fewer than 50 yards. Jones will be a top target in this pass-first offense for years to come. He is the top big-play threat for the Falcons passing game. Jones is a big target with size and strength. Jones is a physical receiver that runs solid routes and has plus hands. He doesn't have top speed, but proved his first two seasons he can be a home-run threat and run away from defenders.

Fantasy Outlook:  
Jones has some competition for targets but he will post big numbers in this pass-first offense. You still have to worry about some inconsistency from him but he has huge weekly potential. He can build on last season and get around 1,400 yard and double-digit scores. He is a solid No. 1 for fantasy teams.

 #10  Montee Ball (RB) DenverBye: 4 
 
Player News:
Ball was drafted by the Broncos and could be their No. 1 back his rookie season. He is an every-down back that runs hard and does well between the tackles. He isn't a flashy back but hits the hole hard and churns out the yards. He lacks a little breakaway speed, though, and had a lot of work in college, which is a concern going forward. Ball catches the ball pretty well and will need to show he can block out of the backfield if he hopes to gain the trust of Peyton Manning in this pass-first offense.

Fantasy Outlook:  
Ball has some upside in this offense, especially for touchdowns. He could be a little hit or miss with his production because the Broncos throw often but you have to think he can get 1,200 or so total yards and eight touchdowns. He is worth a look as a No. 2 back.

 #11  Josh Gordon (WR) Yr: 2012  TDs: 5  Yds: 805  Recpts: 50ClevelandBye: 4 
 
Player News:
Gordon emerged his rookie season as the top receiver in the Browns' offense. He had 50 receptions for 805 yards and five touchdowns. He had a 100-yard game and three more with 80-plus yards, which was pretty impressive if you consider the problems with the Browns passing attack. Gordon has a good shot to be the No. 1 receiver for the Browns this season. He should get better with more seasoning. Gordon has good size and speed at the position. He makes big plays in the passing game. He could sharpen his route running skills, though, and will struggle with drops at times. He also has some character issues, which is a concern, but he seems to be maturing some from past years.

Fantasy Outlook:  
Gordon has a chance to take another step forward this season. He is a player on the rise and could be a low-end No. 2 fantasy receiver if the Browns get better quarterback play. A season with 70 or so receptions for 1,000 yards and eight touchdowns is a real possibility for Gordon.

 #12  Le'Veon Bell (RB) PittsburghBye: 12 
 
Player News:
The Steelers used a second-round pick on Bell in hopes of finding their starting back for the next several seasons. He'll be given first crack at the starting job this season. Bell is a huge back with strength and speed. He will run over defenders but also has good moves in space. Bell does lack some breakaway speed, though, and isn't great in pass protection just yet. He also isn't a great pass catcher just yet, which will have to change if he hopes to be a full-time starting back in this league.

Fantasy Outlook: Injury Concern
Bell is the back to own in Pittsburgh this season. But keep in mind that the Steelers haven't produced a solid fantasy running back in several seasons. While Bell has upside, don't expect huge numbers in this offense. We like him for around 1,200 yards with seven or so touchdowns. He is worth a look as a low-end No. 2 or top No. 3 fantasy back.

 #13  Peyton Manning (QB) Yr: 2012  TDs: 37  Yds: 4659  Int: 11DenverBye: 4 
 
Player News:
Manning returned to the NFL and didn't seem to miss a beat, having one of his best seasons as a pro. Manning had 37 touchdowns to just 11 interceptions. He had nine three-touchdown games and nine 300-yard games. He had touchdowns in every game and threw for more than 200 yards in every contest. His arm strength still doesn't seem back but Manning made the most of what he currently has left in the tank. He remains very accurate and knows where to put the ball to make plays. Manning is like an offensive coordinator on the field. He knows the offense inside and out. The Broncos have some emerging weapons at receiver and a good offensive line, adding up to continued success for Manning. He has six straight 4,000-yard seasons and seven years with 30-plus touchdowns. He is a model of consistency at the quarterback spot.

Fantasy Outlook:  
Manning was a risk last season but that won't be the case this year. He proved he still has plenty left in the tank. Manning should be able to post similar numbers to last season and could even improve some if he forms a better rapport with his receivers. We think he can near 5,000 yards and throw 35-plus scores. He is a legit No. 1 fantasy quarterbacks that should be among the first quarterbacks taken in your draft.

 #14  Demaryius Thomas (WR) Yr: 2012  TDs: 10  Yds: 1434  Recpts: 94DenverBye: 4 
 
Player News:
Thomas took his game to another level last season, emerging as one of the top receivers in the game. He quickly formed a good rapport with new quarterback Peyton Manning. Thomas set career highs across the board. He had nearly 100 receptions and 1,500 yards and scored double-digit touchdowns (10). Thomas had seven 100-yard games and at least two receptions every game. Thomas is the No. 1 receiver in the Broncos pass-first offense. Thomas is a big, physical receiver, but also has top speed, making him a big-play threat whenever the ball is in his hands. He really is the complete package at receiver.

Fantasy Outlook:  
Thomas is an elite fantasy receiver. He is a top-five option this season. It might be hard for him to match last season but he has the skill set to do it. The only issue is how much work will Wes Welker take from him. His receptions could be down some but we still like his yardage and touchdown potential. He can get 85 or so receptions for 1,300 yards and 11 touchdowns.

 #15  Dez Bryant (WR) Yr: 2012  TDs: 0  Yds: 1382  Recpts: 92DallasBye: 11 
 
Player News:
Bryant finally had his breakout season, setting career highs across the board. He finally showed more consistency, having 50-plus yards all but three games. He had five 100-yard games and two games with double-digit receptions. Bryant had 12 touchdowns, including seven of his last eight games. He was a big-time red-zone target and the go-to option for the Cowboys in their passing game. Last season was the first time Bryant topped 1,000 yard as a pro. Bryant has top speed and a knack for making big plays. He also has great hands, giving him the ability to make some spectacular catches. He has natural ability for the position. His route running still needs some work but Bryant continues to make strides.

Fantasy Outlook:  
Bryant emerged as an elite fantasy receiver last season, a role he should serve for the next several seasons. He is the real deal. Bryant is capable of leading all fantasy receivers in scoring and is a top-five option for 2013. Bryant should be able to match or come close to last season, getting 90 or so receptions for 1,300 yards and 13 touchdowns.

 #16  DeMarco Murray (RB) Yr: 2012  TDs: 4  Yds: 663  Rush: 161DallasBye: 11 
 
Player News:
Murray missed six games because of a foot injury but still managed 914 yards in 10 games. He was very productive when healthy. Murray had just one 100-yard game but more than 70 yards five of 10 games. He also had at least four receptions six times. He was a big part of the passing attack. Murray will continue to be the workhorse back in the Cowboys' offense going forward. His big issue has been staying healthy, missing nine games in two seasons. But when healthy, he is a difference maker. Murray is the complete package at running back. He is a home-run threat every time he touches the ball. Murray isn't a huge back but has decent strength. He has elite speed and great moves in the open field. Murray also is a very good receiver out of the backfield.

Fantasy Outlook:  
Health is the big issue with Murray. If he can make it through a full season, he can be an elite fantasy back. But it is tough taking him too high come draft day because of his health issues. Consider him a low-end No. 1 back with high upside. We think he can get 1,600 total yards and double-digit scores if all goes well for him.

 #17  Jimmy Graham (TE) Yr: 2012  TDs: 9  Yds: 982  Recpts: 85New OrleansBye: 12 
 
Player News:
Graham didn't have quite the huge season as his previous year but still played well as a top option in the Saints passing game. Graham finished just short of 1,000 yards and had 85 receptions with nine touchdowns. He had two 100-yard games and at least four receptions in 14 of 15 games. Needless to say, he was a consistent threat in the offense. Over the past two seasons, Graham averages 92 receptions for 1,146 yards and 10 touchdowns per season. Graham is the complete package at tight end. He is a big target with top speed and the ability to make the tough catch. His route running improved a bunch the last few seasons but can still get even better because he remains relatively new to the position. He also is an improving blocker but isn't used much in that role. Graham is a top athlete that plays more like a No. 1 receiver than tight end.

Fantasy Outlook:  
Graham is our No. 1 rated tight end. He is a difference maker at tight end. He is worth an early-round pick come draft day. He is consistent and productive in a high-powered offense. We look for him to get back to 1,000 yards this year and score double-digit touchdowns with around 90 receptions. Graham is the real deal at tight end.

 #18  Brandon Marshall (WR) Yr: 2012  TDs: 11  Yds: 1508  Recpts: 118ChicagoBye: 9 
 
Player News:
Marshall certainly enjoyed being reunited with Jay Cutler last season, He had his best season as a pro, which is saying something. He finished with career highs in receptions, yards and touchdowns. Marshall was targeted nearly 200 times last season (192), getting plenty of weekly looks for the Bears. He had seven 100-yard games and less than 50 yards just three times all year. He also had double-digit receptions four times. Marshall has six straight 1,000-yard seasons. Marshall is a huge target with great hands. Marshall makes a ton of plays after the catch, which is amazing for a receiver of his size. He is tough to bring down once the ball is in his hands because of his size.

Fantasy Outlook:  
Marshall was as good as it gets for fantasy receivers last season. He'll have a hard time matching that this year but he can come close as the top target in the offense once again. He'll get a ton of looks from Cutler. He can get 100 receptions again for 1,350 or so yards and 10 touchdowns. He is a top-five fantasy receiver.

 #19  Drew Brees (QB) Yr: 2012  TDs: 43  Yds: 5177  Int: 19New OrleansBye: 12 
 
Player News:
The Saints had a down season as a team last year but Brees sure didn't. Brees had his second straight 5,000 yard season and scored 44 total touchdowns. Brees did turn the ball over a little more than normal for his standards with 24 total turnovers but it was a three-game stretch late in the season that padded those stats. He was pretty turnover free besides those three games. Brees has five straight seasons with 33 or more touchdowns. He also has 5,000 yards three of five seasons. He is a model of consistency in the Saints' offense. And at age 34, he still has plenty of good years left in the tank. He knows the offense inside and has a great rapport with his receivers. Brees is extremely accurate (completes 66 percent of his passes for career), makes great decisions, and spreads the wealth to a host of talented options in the offense. The Saints try to have a balanced offense, but remain pass-first with Brees at the helm. He makes the offense tick for the Saints.

Fantasy Outlook:  
Brees should be one of the first three quarterbacks off your board come draft day. He is a model of consistency for fantasy teams. You can pretty much pencil him in for 5,000 yards and 40 touchdowns. He is a consistent factor from week to week, which is another huge plus. He gets his weekly chances to air it out in this offense. We don't see him slowing down at this point of his career.

 #20  Arian Foster (RB) Yr: 2012  TDs: 15  Yds: 1424  Rush: 351HoustonBye: 10 
 
Player News:
Foster had another big season, topping 1,400-rushing yards while scoring double-digit touchdowns. He had at least 1,600 total yards and 12 touchdowns for the third straight season. Foster did have a career high 351 carries, which is a concern. He had at least 25 carries seven times and showed some signs of slowing down late in the season, having fewer than 50-rushing yards three of the last five games. But for the year, he had seven 100-yard games and scored touchdowns all but three games. He was the driving force in the Texans' offense once again and should be once again in 2013. Foster is 27 years old and in the prime of his career. But he has a ton of carries the last three seasons, so look for the Texans to try to lessen his load some to keep him fresh all year. Foster might be the most complete back in the game right now. The Texans blocking scheme is a perfect fit for Foster, who cuts as well as any back in the game. Foster has size, speed, vision and plus hands.

Fantasy Outlook: Injury Concern
Foster is as consistent as any fantasy back in the game. He gets a ton of work and produces good yardage totals while finding the end zone on a regular basis. You can make a case for him to be the top pick this year but likely will be No. 2 or 3 in most drafts. We think the Texans have to lighten his load some but that might not be a bad thing for him. Less carries could keep his legs fresh for those big runs. We think Foster can get 1,800 or so total yards and 18 touchdowns.

 #21  A.J. Green (WR) Yr: 2012  TDs: 11  Yds: 1350  Recpts: 97CincinnatiBye: 4 
 
Player News:
Green took his game to another level last season, setting career highs across the board in his second NFL season. Green had nearly 100 receptions and 1,400 yards while scoring 11 touchdowns. He had five 100-yard games and just three with fewer than 50 yards. He was very consistent getting a ton of weekly targets in the passing game. This trend should continue for Green. He has two straight 1,000-yard seasons to start his career. Green is a playmaker. He has size, speed and runs routes well for such a young player. Green still hasn't reached his potential yet and should get better with more seasoning. It is scary to think how good Green could be in another season or two. He'll make a case for best receiver in the game.

Fantasy Outlook:  
Green has emerged as a big-time fantasy star. He is the real deal in an emerging offense. Green is a legit No. 1 for fantasy teams at receiver. He can improve on last season, getting more than 100 receptions for 1,500 or so yards and 13 touchdowns.

 #22  Antonio Brown (WR) Yr: 2012  TDs: 0  Yds: 787  Recpts: 66PittsburghBye: 12 
 
Player News:
Brown missed three games because of injury, which marred his numbers. Otherwise, he would have had a similar season to his breakout year of the previous season. He finished with 66 receptions 787 yards in 13 games, averaging 61 yards per game (968 yards in a full season). Brown didn't have quite the big games of the previous season, though, failing to top 100 yards in any game. This was a surprise given his big-play ability. He did finish the season well, scoring touchdowns the last four games. He should be the No. 1 receiver for the Steelers this season with Mike Wallace gone. His targets could go up. Brown has top speed and solid hands. He is good at making plays after the catch, showing explosiveness for the big play. He does lack a little strength, but improved on that the last few seasons and continues to make strides in that area.

Fantasy Outlook:  
Brown took a bit of a step backwards last season but still has nice upside. He can turn it around this season in more of a marquee role for the Steelers. It wouldn't surprise to see him set career highs across the board, making him a solid No. 2 fantasy receiver. He can get 80 or so receptions for 1,100 yards and eight touchdowns.

 #23  Alfred Morris (RB) Yr: 2012  TDs: 13  Yds: 1613  Rush: 335WashingtonBye: 10 
 
Player News:
Morris was a big surprise, grabbing the starting job before his rookie season and posting big weekly numbers. He had a huge rookie year, rushing for more than 1,600 and 13 touchdowns. He had seven 100-yard games and he had fewer than 50-rushing yards just once all year. Morris was a perfect fit for the Redskins running game. He sets up his blocks well and is great between the tackles. He doesn't have breakaway speed but enough to make some big plays. He showed a little more big-play ability than expected. Morris isn't much of a receiver, though, having 11 receptions. This might be his one weakness right now but has plenty of time to improve on that. He should be the No. 1 back for the Redskins for years to come.

Fantasy Outlook:  
Morris is a top-10 fantasy back. We think he can get 1,800 or 1,900 total yards and 14 total touchdowns in this emerging offense. He is the perfect back for the Redskins right now. His only knock is a lack of receptions, which knocks his value down some in PPR formats.

 #24  Giovani Bernard (RB) CincinnatiBye: 4 
 
Player News:
Bernard is likely going to split time with BenJarvus Green-Ellis at running back this season but is the future at the position for the team. He should be the No. 1 back in another season or two. He doesn't have great size at running back but has quick feet and does well in space. He does run pretty well between the tackles despite not being the biggest back, though. He also catches the ball well out of the backfield and is a top return man. He should get plenty of touches his rookie season as a running back and in the return game.

Fantasy Outlook:  
Bernard has some total yardage potential his rookie season. He could help as a flex play this season for fantasy teams. We are looking for a season with around 1,000 total yards and five touchdowns. He should be a bigger fantasy factor in another season or two when Green-Ellis isn't around.

 #25  Alshon Jeffery (WR) Yr: 2012  TDs: 3  Yds: 367  Recpts: 24ChicagoBye: 9 
 
Player News:
A knee injury knock Jeffery out of some action his rookie but he wasn't a huge factor even in the 10 games he was active. He did top 50 yards three games but his season high in yards was 80. He didn't make a ton of big plays but did finish the season well, which was encouraging going forward. He had 50-plus yards two of the last four games. Jeffery is expected to get first shot at the starting job opposite Brandon Marshall. Jeffery is an athletic player with good leaping ability. He has the ability to be a top red-zone threat for the Bears. His route running needs work, though, and he lacks some speed. Jeffery needs to use size and athleticism to get open more than his speed.

Fantasy Outlook:  
Jeffery still isn't a polished product but making strides. He has a chance to take a big leap forward his second season. Marshall is the main target for the Bears but Jeffery can be second in targets this year, giving him some upside. He could get around 60 receptions for 750 yards and five touchdowns.

 #26  Chris Johnson (RB) Yr: 2012  TDs: 6  Yds: 1243  Rush: 276New York JetsBye: 11 
 
Player News:
Johnson had another season all over the place. The good news was he topped the 1,000-yard rushing mark and had nearly 1,500 total yards. He had five 100-yard games and five games with fewer than 30-rushing yards. Johnson continues to battle consistency issues the last few seasons. He remains a big-play threat every time he touches the ball but struggles some because of this. Instead of taking the yards given to him, he tries to hit the home run too much and gains next to nothing many times when trying that. He remains the starter in Tennessee, though, and should continue to get the bulk of the carries. Johnson has hit the 1,000-yard mark every season in the NFL. He averages 1,709 total yards and 10 touchdowns per season. Johnson has explosive speed and great moves in the open field. He also runs with a little power for a back of his size. Johnson also is a very good receiver, catching at least 36 passes each of his first five seasons in the league. But as mentioned, he has lacked consistency the last few seasons, not playing near the level of early in his career.

Fantasy Outlook:  
Johnson is scary for fantasy teams because he is so boom or bust. It is tough to take him since you are going to have to use such a high pick on him. But he will get his yards and scores in the end. We consider him a low-end No. 1 back. He isn't in that elite category anymore. Look for a season with around 1,500 total yards and eight touchdowns.

 #27  Keenan Allen (WR) San DiegoBye: 10 
 
Player News:
Allen is a tall receiver with good strength and speed to make plays on the outside. He has a good chance to start from day one for the Chargers. Allen runs good routes and does a good job of just getting open. He is capable of turning a short play into a big one because of his quickness and moves in space. Allen does need to improve his hands some, though, and prove he doesn't have any injury issues, which caused him to slip in the draft.

Fantasy Outlook:  
Allen has fantasy upside and a good chance to start in an offense that throws often. He could be a help for fantasy teams on a spot start basis. He can get around 65 receptions for 800 yards and five touchdowns.

 #28  C.J. Spiller (RB) Yr: 2012  TDs: 6  Yds: 1244  Rush: 207BuffaloBye: 9 
 
Player News:
Spiller was the starter much of the year for the Bills and had a breakout season in that role. He had his first 1,000-yard rushing season and finished with 1,703 total yards and eight touchdowns. He had 11 games with more than 100 total yards. He was a consistent factor in the offense, capable of the huge game any given week. Spiller averaged an amazing 6.0 yards per carry, showing his big-play ability. He topped 1,000-rushing yards on just 207 carries. Spiller should get even more work this season, serving as the starter from day one for the Bills. Spiller is a dynamic player because of his speed and big-play ability. He does lack the ideal bulk for an every-down back but has shown the last few years he can handle starter duties. Spiller also does well as a receiver, catching 106 passes in three seasons. He is the complete package at running back for the Bills.

Fantasy Outlook:  
Spiller is a legit first-round pick and top-10 fantasy back for the coming season. He has huge total yardage potential and should be the focal point of the Bills new offense. A season with around 2,000 total yards and double-digit scores seems realistic for Spiller in 2013.

 #29  Pierre Garcon (WR) Yr: 2012  TDs: 4  Yds: 633  Recpts: 44WashingtonBye: 10 
 
Player News:
Garcon battled injury his first season with the Redskins but did produce in the 10 games he played with his new team. He had two 100-yard games and finished with nearly 650 yards and four touchdowns. If he plays a full season, Garcon finishes with 70 receptions for 1,013 yards and six touchdowns. He was the top receiver in this offense when active. Garcon has never topped 1,000 yards but has four straight seasons with 760-plus yards. He is the No. 1 receiver for an emerging Redskins passing game. Even at this stage of his career, Garcon isn't a polished route runner, but has improved over the years. He has great speed and is a top deep threat. Garcon also does a good job of making big plays on shorter routes, using his speed to get by defenders.

Fantasy Outlook:  
You have to like his upside in this offense if he can play a full season. Garcon can do some damage with Robert Griffin throwing him passes. Consider him a low-end No. 2 receiver this season for fantasy teams. He can get 1,000 yards and seven or so touchdowns. He'll have some big games along the way because of his big-play ability.

 #30  Aaron Rodgers (QB) Yr: 2012  TDs: 39  Yds: 4295  Int: 8Green BayBye: 9 
 
Player News:
Rodgers got off to a bit of a slow start last season but his numbers were as good as ever in the end. He topped 4,000 yards once again and scored 41 total touchdowns, giving him two straight seasons with 40-plus scores. He also threw just eight interceptions. Rodgers has been picked off just 14 times the last two years despite throwing the ball more than 1,000 times. Rodgers is at the top of his game right now and his numbers prove that the last few seasons. Rodgers also is an underrated runner. He has at least 200-rushing yards and two rushing touchdowns each of the last five seasons. This part of his game can be overlooked, but is a real asset. Rodgers has a great arm and is extremely accurate (completes 66 percent of his passes for his career). He makes plays with his feet and is durable (missed two games in five years as starter). The Packers have a great group of receivers and should continue to be a pass-first team offensively, especially with their troubles to run the ball.

Fantasy Outlook:  
Rodgers is about as good as it gets for fantasy teams at quarterbacks. He does it all - throws for a ton of yards, piles up the touchdowns and even gets decent rushing totals. Plus, he is very consistent throughout the season - although his numbers to start last season were a little down but he had three tough matchups to start the year (49ers, Bears and Seahawks). Rodgers is in the prime of his career in a great offense for quarterbacks. He'll throw for 4,000-plus yards and score around 40 touchdowns while running for 200 or so yards.

 #31  Zac Stacy (RB) St LouisBye: 4 
 
Player News:
Stacy adds another running back to the mix for the Rams. He'll compete for playing time with Isaiah Pead and Darryl Richardson. He gives the Rams a little different look at running back. He runs with more power and is a solid between the tackles runner. He also catches the ball pretty well. Stacy has just so-so moves in the open field, though, and isn't a huge home-run threat at the position. He seems likely to open the season as the No. 3 back for the Rams.

Fantasy Outlook: Sleeper
Stacy could surprise before the season is out but probably isn't worth a draft pick this season. He is more waiver-wire material. Stacy seems setup for sporadic work in the offense. He could get about 450 total yards and a score or two.

 #32  Knowshon Moreno (RB) Yr: 2012  TDs: 4  Yds: 525  Rush: 138MiamiBye: 5 
 
Player News:
Moreno was inactive much of the year, falling way down the depth chart, but eventually found his way into the starting lineup before the season was out. And Moreno did well in a starting role, having 100-plus total yards four of the last six games. He finished the year with 695 total yards in eight games and barely saw the field in two of those games. Moreno played well with his chances, showing he can still be a legit player in the NFL. Moreno has two seasons with 1,000-plus total yards but those came his first two seasons in the league. He has been trying to work his way back into a bigger role, which he likely did last season. Moreno is a big-play back with top speed but also enough size to move the pile. He still lacks consistency, though, and needs to be more patient running the ball. And his ability to stay healthy is a concern as Moreno has played a full season just once in four years.

Fantasy Outlook:  
Moreno has some ability but we don't see him getting the chances this season to produce like he did last year. He will be a spot play as much as anything. He has some total yardage potential. Expect a season with around 700 or so total yards and a few scores.

 #33  Maurice Jones-Drew (RB) Yr: 2012  TDs: 1  Yds: 414  Rush: 86OaklandBye: 5 
 
Player News:
Jones-Drew had the injury bug hit him for the first time in his career last season. He hurt his foot in Week 6 and didn't play again, eventually needing surgery to repair the injury. Jones-Drew had 500 total yards and two touchdowns in six games before the injury, posting his usual good numbers once again. Jones-Drew remains the No. 1 back in the Jaguars' offense, a new offense this year that will incorporate a zone-blocking scheme. This probably is a pretty good fit for Jones-Drew, who should be able to run well in this system. Jones-Drew has three 1,000-yard seasons and double-digit touchdowns four of seven seasons. Jones-Drew is the complete package at running back. He has top speed, great moves and can also run with some power. Jones-Drew also does a great job as a receiver out of the backfield, having 40 or more receptions all but two seasons.

Fantasy Outlook: Injury Concern
You have to be somewhat concerned he will start to breakdown, especially after last season. He has a lot of work under his belt in seven seasons. We don't see him as the elite back of past seasons. He is more of a low-end No. 1 or top No. 2 back. He can get 1,700 or so yards and nine touchdowns if he is able to stay healthy. Just don't expect the monster seasons of past years. Last year could be the start of a downward trend for Jones-Drew.

 #34  Reggie Bush (RB) Yr: 2012  TDs: 6  Yds: 986  Rush: 227DetroitBye: 9 
 
Player News:
Bush failed to top 1,000-rushing yards last year but still had a solid season, going over 1,000 total yards and scoring eight touchdowns. He had just two 100-yard games but averaged 4.3 yards per carry and had 35 receptions. He has two straight 1,000 total yard seasons as the primary back for the Dolphins. Bush has proven the last few seasons he can be a successful starter in the NFL after struggling in that role early in his career. And at age 28, he still has some good seasons left as a primary back in this league. Bush becomes the starter in Detroit this season. He'll be the lead back for the Lions and should get plenty of work as both a rusher and receiver. Bush is an explosive back with lightning quick moves and speed. His past consistency issues might be a thing of the past after last season. Bush is a big-time playmaker in the open field. He has struggled with injuries throughout his career, playing a full season twice in seven years.

Fantasy Outlook:  
Bush has been pretty consistent the last few seasons. He gets overlooked at times but has even better fantasy value this season with is move to the Lions. His receptions potential is huge in this offense. Bush could lead all fantasy backs in receptions. He is a top No. 2 back for fantasy teams and even has value as a No. 1 back in PPR formats. He can get 1,400 or so total yards and near double-digit scores this season.

 #35  Matthew Stafford (QB) Yr: 2012  TDs: 20  Yds: 4967  Int: 17DetroitBye: 9 
 
Player News:
Stafford had a down season for his standards, struggling in the red zone and with turnovers. He attempted a career high 727 pass attempts but failed to top 5,000 yards and scored just 20-passing touchdowns. He padded his touchdown totals some, though, as he was able to rush in four scores, giving him 24 total touchdowns. Stafford had nine games with one or fewer touchdowns. The positive was he topped 300 yards eight times. He had the yards but couldn't push the ball in the end zone as much as recent seasons. Another positive was Stafford played a full season for the second straight year, shedding his injury label some. Stafford has a huge arm, moves around the pocket well and is a big, strong kid. He will force some passes, though, and has 20 or fewer touchdown passes three of four seasons. His consistency as an elite NFL quarterback hasn't been there yet. The Lions are pass-first team and will continue to put the offense in Stafford's hands. He is their franchise quarterback and starter for the next several seasons.

Fantasy Outlook:  
Stafford is a good buy-low candidate. You know the Lions are going to throw a ton and he has arguably the top receiver in the game catching passes for him. He can post top-five fantasy quarterback numbers. We would expect a season with around 5,000 yards and 35 total touchdowns. He can bounce back from last season. Remember, he is just 25 years old. He'll get better with more seasoning.

 #36  Vincent Jackson (WR) Yr: 2012  TDs: 0  Yds: 1384  Recpts: 72Tampa BayBye: 7 
 
Player News:
A move to Tampa led to a career season for Jackson, setting career highs in receptions and yards. He was just what the Bucs' offense was looking for when they signed him. Jackson had nearly 1,400-receiving yards, averaging 19.2 yards per reception. He had five 100-yard games and just three games with fewer than 50 yards. He was a consistent weekly threat for the Bucs. Jackson will continue to be the top target for the Bucs passing game. He has 1,000-yard seasons four of the last five years. Jackson is a big receiver with good leaping ability and plus speed. He isn't a polished route runner but has improved in this area through the years.

Fantasy Outlook:  
Jackson still lacks the receptions of some of the elite guys but his other numbers are just top notch. He'll get plenty of targets in this offense and have the chance to make a lot of big plays, something he excels. Consider Jackson a low-end No. 1 or top No. 2 for fantasy teams. He can finish with 75 or so receptions for 1,300 yards and near double-digit scores.

 #37  DeSean Jackson (WR) Yr: 2012  TDs: 0  Yds: 700  Recpts: 45WashingtonBye: 10 
 
Player News:
Jackson had two broken ribs end his season early, missing the last five games. He performed pretty well before the injury, though, getting 700-receiving yards. Jackson has a 1,000-yard season if he can make it through a full year. Jackson had two 100-yard games and at least 50 yards all but three games. He was more consistent than recent seasons. Jackson hasn't topped 1,000 yards since 2010 but has at least 900 yards four of five seasons in the NFL. He gets a new offense this season that should fit his style pretty well. Jackson could get more targets this season with Chip Kelly running the show. Jackson has great speed and the ability to break a big play every time he touches the ball. He also has good hands and does well when getting a chance to carry the ball. The Eagles use him a lot of ways to get him involved, including as a return man. Jackson probably isn't the No. 1 receiver for the Eagles with Jeremy Maclin emerging but he gets plenty of chances in the pass-first scheme.

Fantasy Outlook:  
Jackson is a good buy-low candidate in this new offense. He has some real upside, getting more chances to touch the ball and make plays. He can get 1,000 yards and eight or so scores. Draft accordingly. He is setup to be a solid No. 2 for fantasy teams.

 #38  Ryan Mathews (RB) Yr: 2012  TDs: 1  Yds: 707  Rush: 184San DiegoBye: 10 
 
Player News:
Mathews failed to build on the momentum of the previous season, struggling much of last year. He missed more time because of injury and rushed for just 707 yards in 12 games. He also scored just one touchdown, another huge disappointment. Mathews averaged less than four yards per carry for the first time in his career (3.8). Mathews has one 1,000-yard season in his career but less than 710-rushing yards his other two seasons. He has missed games each of his first three seasons in the league, failing to shed his injury-prone label. This season could be a make or break season for Mathews. He will need to prove he is a legit starter than can be trusted in this league. He will get to play in a new offense, though, which could be a good thing for him. A fresh start could help jumpstart his career. Mathews certainly has the ability to be a top player. He runs with power, but also has good speed and explosiveness, a rare combination at running back. Mathews doesn't have great moves in the open field but still has some big-play ability. Mathews does well as a blocker and is a capable receiver.

Fantasy Outlook:  
Please don't take him as a No. 1 back despite his upside. Take him as a No. 2 and hope all finally goes well for him. He certainly is capable of helping fantasy teams. We would temper expectations, though. If - and that is a big if - he can stay healthy, we think he can get 1,400 or so total yards and eight touchdowns.

 #39  Cam Newton (QB) Yr: 2012  TDs: 19  Yds: 3869  Int: 12CarolinaBye: 12 
 
Player News:
Newton didn't have quite the season as his rookie year but played well once again. He started very slow but was great the second half of the year, which is encouraging for the coming season. Newton had 15 total touchdowns to just two interceptions his last seven games. He also threw for 230-plus yards all but one of those games. He grew from his early struggles in the season. Newton had 10 interceptions his first nine games of the year, making bad decisions with the football. He continues to grow as an NFL quarterback. He averages 31 total touchdowns per season in two years in the league. He also averages just shy of 4,000-passing yards per year and has topped 700-rushing yards each of his first two seasons. Newton is the complete package at quarterback. He'll post big passing and rushing numbers. He shows some immaturity at times, especially when dealing with the press, but seems to learn from those mistakes. He should get better as a player in 2013, especially if the Panthers add some weapons for him at receiver. Newton has a cannon for an arm and a knack for making the big play. He will force some passes at times but is pretty accurate throwing the ball for the most part. He throws a good deep ball and runs as well as any quarterback in the game. He will continue to be the centerpiece of the Panthers' offense for years to come.

Fantasy Outlook:  
Fantasy owners might be down on him some after last season but he finished with good numbers in the end despite his poor start to the year. He is capable of being a top-five fantasy quarterback and is worthy of being one of the first quarterbacks off the board. He has as much upside as any quarterback out there. You can expect a season with around 4,000-passing yards, 700-rushing yards and 30 total scores.

 #40  Andre Ellington (RB) ArizonaBye: 4 
 
Player News:
Ellington is setup to be the top change-of-pace back for the Cardinals. He has top speed and moves for the running back spot and catches the ball well out of the backfield. He lacks the size to be an every-down back but can help in spot duty. Ellington is a playmaker that can make big plays, especially when given space to run.

Fantasy Outlook:  
Ellington won't get a ton of work in his role with the Cardinals this year but could get around 300 total yards and 20 receptions. He'll get some chances to break some big plays. We just don't see him getting enough touches to help fantasy teams.

 #41  Larry Fitzgerald (WR) Yr: 2012  TDs: 4  Yds: 798  Recpts: 71ArizonaBye: 4 
 
Player News:
Inconsistent quarterback play once again doomed Fitzgerald last season. He had his worst season as a pro, catching just 70 passes for 798 yards and four touchdowns. He had just two 100-yard games and fewer than 50 yards eight times. He had fewer than 40 yards six of his last seven games. Fitzgerald had five straight 1,000-yard seasons before last year. He turns 30 before the start of the season, so he has plenty left in the tank. If he gets better quarterback play, which he should, expect Fitzgerald to rebound as the Cardinals No. 1 target in the passing game. Fitzgerald doesn't have elite speed, but runs great routes and has plus hands. He is as athletic as any receiver in the game and just has a knack for getting open.

Fantasy Outlook:  
Fitzgerald remains an elite fantasy receiver and is a good buy-low candidate after last season. Don't discount on because of last year. He can still be a fantasy force and is likely going to have a lot to prove this season. Expect a rebound but consider him a top No. 2 at this point. He does come with some risk after last year. Look for a season with around 85 receptions for 1,100 yards and eight or so touchdowns.

 #42  Andrew Luck (QB) Yr: 2012  TDs: 23  Yds: 4374  Int: 18IndianapolisBye: 10 
 
Player News:
Luck had a big rookie season. He was really the focal point of the offense with the Colts having issues running the ball. Luck attempted 627 passes for the season, which is just a huge number. He topped 4,000 yards and scored 28 total touchdowns to 18 interceptions. His numbers didn't look like those of a rookie. Luck played like a veteran many weeks. He had six 300-yard games and 10 multiple touchdown games. He even showed some promise running the ball, rushing for 255 yards and five touchdowns. Luck did struggle at times with his accuracy but should get better with more seasoning. And the Colts are moving to a more West Coast offense this season, which should help his accuracy. This could lead to a few less downfield chances for Luck but he should still throw the ball plenty in this offense. Luck is the centerpiece of the offense for years to come. He is a cerebral quarterback that is accurate and seems to know his limitations even at a young age. Luck doesn't have a huge arm but it is strong enough to make all the throws.

Fantasy Outlook:  
Luck is only going to get better, which is scary for fantasy teams. He could be one of the best fantasy quarterbacks in the game the next season or two. We like his prospects to continue to improve. We doubt he throws the ball as much as he did last season but will still get his chances in this offense. He can get 4,000 yards and 30-plus touchdowns. We also expect his interception totals to decrease.

 #43  Julius Thomas (TE) Yr: 2012  TDs: 0  Yds: 0  Recpts: 0DenverBye: 4 
 
Player News:
Thomas didn't catch a pass in four games last season and has a reception in two NFL seasons. The Broncos aren't giving up on him, though. They hope he is more involved in the offense this year. He has a chance to move up the depth chart some with a good camp and preseason. Thomas is a good athlete that can get down the field in a hurry. Thomas has strong hands but drops some passes. He also isn't much of a blocker or route runner just yet. This could be a make or break year for him.

Fantasy Outlook:  
Thomas is an intriguing talent but just has too much to compete with for playing time to make much of an impact. He could catch some passes this season but not enough to be worth a roster spot.

 #44  Nick Foles (QB) Yr: 2012  TDs: 6  Yds: 1699  Int: 5PhiladelphiaBye: 7 
 
Player News:
Foles was the surprise starter for the Eagles much of his rookie season. He started seven games before missing the last one of the season with a broken hand. Foles was up and down but had some good showings along the way. He completed 61 percent of his passes and had seven total touchdowns to five interceptions. He had two 300-yard games. Foles isn't a polished product by any means, though. He had two games with fewer than 200-passing yards and just one game with multiple touchdowns. Foles will be given a shot to compete for the starter's job in Philadelphia but doesn't seem a great fit for the new offense since he isn't a mobile quarterback. Foles is a pocket passer and doesn't move around great in the pocket, which could hurt his chances to start. Foles brings several positives to the table, though. He is a pretty accurate quarterback with a strong arm and throws a good deep ball. His release also is getting quicker.

Fantasy Outlook: Sleeper
Foles is someone to watch in training camp and preseason action. If he wins the starting job, he has obvious upside in what looks to be a pretty explosive offense. He could be a low-end No. 1, capable of throwing for about 4,000 yards and 25-plus touchdowns. But nothing is going to be handed to Foles. He'll need to show he is the starter in this offense.

 #45  Victor Cruz (WR) Yr: 2012  TDs: 10  Yds: 1092  Recpts: 86New York GiantsBye: 8 
 
Player News:
Cruz had his second straight 1,000-yard season. Some looked at his year as kind of a down season compared to his rookie year but he set career highs in receptions (86) and touchdowns (10), so Cruz had another fine season. Cruz had five 100-yard games and at least two catches in every game. He did have six games with fewer than 50 yards, though, but the Giants passing attack really struggled at times last season, leading to the down games for Cruz. He will be a big part of this passing game for years to come. Cruz is a big-play threat with the ball in his hands. Cruz isn't a huge target but runs routes well for a young player and has plus hands. He can take a short pass and make it a big play in a hurry.

Fantasy Outlook:  
Cruz is a solid low-end No. 1 fantasy receiver. He is just outside that elite group of receivers. His numbers can improve from last season, especially if you consider how bad the Giants threw the ball at times in 2012. Cruz can get around 90 receptions for 1,300 or so yards and double-digit scores.

 #46  Steven Jackson (RB) Yr: 2012  TDs: 4  Yds: 1042  Rush: 257AtlantaBye: 9 
 
Player News:
Jackson had his eighth straight 1,000-yard season. He started the season a little slow, splitting some work with rookie Daryl Richardson, but got much of the work late in the year and carried the offense at times. Jackson had 80-plus total yards seven of the last eight games. He proved he still has something left in the tank and can carry a heavy load at running back. Jackson will be 30 years old when the season starts and has 2,395 carries under his belt. You have to wonder if he can continue to play at this current pace. He has to slow down sooner or later, right? He might be best suited for more of a time share at this stage of his career but should get most of the work at running back for his new team this season, the Falcons. He'll be the go-to back in the Falcons high-powered offense. Jackson is the complete package at running back. He has enough speed to break a play to the outside but also isn't afraid to run over a would-be tackler. Jackson is as big as some linebackers, making him a scary proposition for defenses. He does lack a little big-play ability, though, because he isn't as fast as he used to be.

Fantasy Outlook:  
Jackson produced just fine last year but wasn't a great fantasy play, scoring just four touchdowns. He hasn't found the end zone on a regular basis the last few seasons, scoring 20 touchdowns the last four years, but that should change this season in a much better offense. Consider him a low-end No. 1 or top No. 2 back, mainly because of his huge total yardage potential. He can have another 1,000-yard season with the Falcons and score double-digit touchdowns, producing some of the better numbers of his career.

 #47  Eric Decker (WR) Yr: 2012  TDs: 0  Yds: 1064  Recpts: 85New York JetsBye: 11 
 
Player News:
Decker had a breakout season with Peyton Manning throwing him passes. He set career highs across the board, topping 1,000 yards and scoring double-digit touchdowns. Decker was among the league leaders in touchdowns with 13. Decker had four games with multiple touchdowns. He also had two 100-yard games. Decker should continue to be a big part of the offense and a top red-zone threat. The addition of Wes Welker could cut down on some of his targets, though, leading to a little less production for Decker. Decker has good size (6-3) and strength, giving him the ability to stretch the field. His lack of top speed holds him back a little but he has made plays even while lacking that elite speed. He is a playmaker, especially in the red zone.

Fantasy Outlook:  
Decker could get fewer receptions and his yards might go down some but you still have to love his upside in this offense. He can get 1,000 yards once again while scoring near double-digit scores. Decker is a top No. 2 for fantasy teams.

 #48  Rob Gronkowski (TE) Yr: 2012  TDs: 0  Yds: 790  Recpts: 55New EnglandBye: 10 
 
Player News:
Gronkowski was his usual productive self last season but a broken forearm derailed his season and career. He suffered the injury and re-injured it late in the season. He has endured several surgeries on the forearm and an infection is putting the start of his season in jeopardy. Gronkowski is no sure thing to be ready for 2013. He had 790 yards and 11 touchdowns in 11 games last season. He had two 100-yard games and three multiple touchdown games. Gronkowski is the go-to target in the Patriots' offense right now, getting tons of looks in the red zone for a high-powered offensive team. Gronkowski might be the most complete tight end in the league right now. He isn't a flashy receiver, but has the speed to stretch the field and the strength to make the tough catches underneath. He has great hands. Gronkowski isn't a great blocker, but willing and usually does a good job.

Fantasy Outlook: Injury Concern
His injury is a concern but if he proves to be healthy for the start of the season, he is worth an early-round pick. Gronkowski might have more upside than any other tight end in the game, especially with Wes Welker gone. He'll get tons of looks in this offense and is almost a sure bet for double-digit scores. If he can play a full season, expect 1,000 yards and 15 or so touchdowns. But watch his progress closely in camp and preseason action to gauge his status for the start of the year.

 #49  Ray Rice (RB) Yr: 2012  TDs: 9  Yds: 1143  Rush: 257BaltimoreBye: 12 
 
Player News:
Rice had his lowest totals since his rookie year but still produced well, getting 1,621 yards and 10 total touchdowns. So even in a down year for his standards, Rice was among the best backs in the game, averaging more than 100 total yards per game. Rice has four straight 1,000-yard rushing seasons and at least 1,600 total yards in all of those years. He remains a consistent force in the Ravens' offense. Bernard Pierce did come on strong at the end of the year, though, so he could be a bigger factor in the running game, which could cut into Rice's workload some this season. But overall, it probably isn't a bad thing for Rice, who should be a little more fresh throughout the season. Either way, expect Rice to get plenty of work as the No. 1 back for the Ravens. Rice is a good between the tackles runner for his size, but has game-breaking speed and great moves in the open field. He has very good vision and does a good job of setting up his blocks. And he is much improved in short-yardage situations, which is a huge plus for fantasy teams.

Fantasy Outlook:  
Rice remains a top-10 back but it wouldn't surprise to see him post similar numbers to last season. Pierce is emerging in the offense and could take some goal-line work from Rice, which is a concern for fantasy teams. Rice will still post big yardage totals, though, and be a consistent weekly option for fantasy teams. Expect 1,700 or so yards and 10 touchdowns.

 #50  Philip Rivers (QB) Yr: 2012  TDs: 26  Yds: 3606  Int: 15San DiegoBye: 10 
 
Player News:
Rivers had a disappointing season, failing to top 4,000 yards for the first time in four seasons. He also had 26 touchdowns, which was his lowest total since 2007. Rivers struggled some without a true No. 1 receiver to work with and a lack of a running game. He turned the ball over 22 times (15 interceptions, seven interceptions). Poor offensive line play didn't help Rivers, either. But Rivers doesn't look quite like the quarterback from a few years back. His arm strength seems to be down some and he struggles with the deep ball more often than not. He still is accurate and had a quick release but his arm strength is a concern. Rivers does get to work in a new offense this year, which could suit him better than the last few years and jump start his career. Rivers has shown in the past he can play at a very high level, having four 4,000-yard seasons and two with 30-plus total touchdowns.

Fantasy Outlook:  
Rivers is not a top No. 1 fantasy quarterback at this point. He has the ability to turn it around but we doubt he gets a whole lot better than last season. He could throw for around 4,000 yards and get 30 touchdowns. He is more of a spot starter than anything right now. His arm just doesn't look the same as past seasons. We wonder how much he has left in the tank.

 #51  Andy Dalton (QB) Yr: 2012  TDs: 27  Yds: 3669  Int: 16CincinnatiBye: 4 
 
Player News:
Dalton made strides his second season in the league, improving his numbers across the board. He set career highs in completion percentage, yardage and touchdowns. He scored 31 total touchdowns after having 21 his rookie season. Dalton also completed an impressive 62 percent of his passes. Dalton had eight multiple touchdown games and three 300-yard performances. He was a consistent force in the Bengals emerging offense. He should continue to make strides as a quarterback with more seasoning. Dalton doesn't have a huge arm, but he is accurate and does well with hitting his receivers in stride. He is a good fit for the Bengals' offense. Dalton has a good grasp of what the Bengals are trying to do offensively and has a great rapport with receiver A.J. Green. Dalton still needs to improve his decision making a little but that should come with time.

Fantasy Outlook:  
Dalton is a player on the rise. His yardage totals won't be near those of the elite guys but he is going to score some touchdowns and is always capable of that big yardage game. We wouldn't be surprised if he has more career highs this season. Look for a season with around 4,000 yards and 30 touchdowns. He is a low-end No. 1 or top backup for fantasy teams.

 #52  Andre Johnson (WR) Yr: 2012  TDs: 4  Yds: 1598  Recpts: 112HoustonBye: 10 
 
Player News:
Johnson rebounded from an injury-plagued season with maybe his best as a pro. He scored just four touchdowns but set a career high in receiving yards (1,598) and caught 112 passes, which was the second highest total of his career. Johnson proved to still have plenty left in the tank, once again leading the Texans in receiving. Johnson had six 100-yard games, including a 273-yard performance in Week 11. He did have three games with fewer than 50 yards, though, showing he was a little inconsistent at times, which isn't a big surprise in a more run-first offense. Johnson has 1,000-yard seasons four of his last five. He also has more than 100 receptions three of those seasons. Johnson turns 32 before the season starts but should continue to play at a high level. Last season proved he hasn't started to fade just yet. Johnson is the go-to option in the Texans' offense. Johnson is the complete package at receiver. He can run, but also has great size. Johnson isn't afraid to make the tough catch and has the speed to stretch the field to make big plays.

Fantasy Outlook:  
Johnson has yet to score double-digit touchdowns in his career, which hurts his fantasy value. But the rest of his numbers are very good. He is good for around 100 receptions for 1,300 or so yards and six or seven touchdowns. He is a low-end No. 1 fantasy receiver, mainly because of his mediocre touchdown numbers.

 #53  Frank Gore (RB) Yr: 2012  TDs: 8  Yds: 1214  Rush: 258San FranciscoBye: 8 
 
Player News:
Gore had the second highest rushing total of his career last season, continuing to do well as the starter for the 49ers. He had three 100-yard games and scored double-digit touchdowns (10). Gore averaged an impressive 4.7 yards per carry. He didn't have a 100-yard game during the regular season once Colin Kaepernick took over as starter but played well in the playoffs, having two 100-yard games and at least 90-rushing yards in every playoff game. Gore proved he can do well with Kaepernick as the starter. Gore has 1,000-yard seasons six of the last seven seasons. He could lose out on more work this season, though, with LaMichael James emerging in the running game for the 49ers. Plus, Gore turns 30 before the start of the season, which is another concern for the 49ers. Gore is an explosive back. He has good speed and moves in the open field. He has big-play potential and does well in the passing game. He is an injury risk, though, playing a full season just three during his career.

Fantasy Outlook:  
Gore has to start slowing down some. We wouldn't be surprised if this year is the year he starts to slip some, especially with James trying to become a bigger part of the offense. Gore could have a hard time topping 1,000 yards this year but has good touchdown potential in the offense. Consider him a decent No. 2 for fantasy teams, getting around 1,000 total yards and eight touchdowns.

 #54  Matt Ryan (QB) Yr: 2012  TDs: 32  Yds: 4719  Int: 14AtlantaBye: 9 
 
Player News:
Ryan took his game to a new level last season, taking charge of the Falcons new up-tempo, pass-first offense. Ryan set career highs in yardage, completion percentage and touchdowns. He had a monster season, having seven games with three or more scores and seven 300-yard games. This was his second straight season with at least 4,000-passing yards and three touchdowns. Ryan has at least 28 touchdowns three straight seasons. Ryan is an accurate, intelligent quarterback with a strong arm and the ability to fit the ball in tight spaces. He also has a great grasp of what the Falcons are trying to do offensively, which helps his production. And at age 28, Ryan is in the prime of his career. If there is a knock on him, he can flop in the big game but erased some of that last season.

Fantasy Outlook:  
Ryan has become a legit No. 1 fantasy quarterback. His numbers keep getting better and better. He is a top-ten fantasy quarterback, capable of being a top five in this offense. He can at least match last season and maybe get better, getting 5,000 yards and 40 touchdowns. He has the talent around him to post monster numbers.

 #55  Roddy White (WR) Yr: 2012  TDs: 7  Yds: 1351  Recpts: 92AtlantaBye: 9 
 
Player News:
White had his usual big season despite Julio Jones getting more chances for the Falcons. White was still the more consistent threat from week to week for the Falcons. White had seven 100-yard games and topped 1,300 yards for the third time in five seasons. White had four games with fewer than 50 yards but at least three receptions in all but a game. White has six straight seasons with 1,100-plus yards. Needless to say, White has been a consistent factor in the Falcons' offense, an offense that throws a lot more often these days. Even with Jones around, White is the top target in the passing game for Atlanta. White is a big, physical receiver with good speed and plus hands. He can make plays with his legs, but also isn't afraid to make the tough catch in traffic. White is the complete package at receiver.

Fantasy Outlook:  
Some were worried about Jones stealing work from White last season but that wasn't the case. His receptions were down a little but his numbers remained top notch across the board. Expect more of the same this year, making him a legit No. 1 fantasy receiver. The only issue with White is touchdowns, having double-digit scores just twice. He scored seven last season and has 15 the last two seasons. White should get around 100 receptions for 1,300 yards and near double-digit scores.

 #56  T Y Hilton (WR) Yr: 2012  TDs: 0  Yds: 861  Recpts: 50IndianapolisBye: 10 
 
Player News:
Hilton had a big rookie season, serving as the top deep threat for the Colts. He had nearly 900 yards and scored seven touchdowns. He had five 100-yard games, showing big-play ability throughout the season. He averaged an impressive 17.2 yards per receptions. Hilton is going to be a big part of this pass-first offense for years to come. He should be the starter from day one this season for the Colts. Hilton is a small receiver that lacks some strength and size, but proved he could produce in this league last season. He might need to bulk up some to really excel as a starter, though. Hilton is an explosive player with big-play ability. Hilton also is a good return man and should continue to get chances on special teams after scoring a punt return touchdown last season.

Fantasy Outlook: Hot
Hilton can improve on his rookie season. He has a chance for a 1,000-yard season and eight or so touchdowns in this explosive offense. He is a low-end No. 2 or top No. 3 in this offense. He is an improving player on the rise.

 #57  Tom Brady (QB) Yr: 2012  TDs: 34  Yds: 4827  Int: 8New EnglandBye: 10 
 
Player News:
Brady continues to post big numbers in the Patriots pass-first offense. He threw for nearly 5,000 yards and had 38 total touchdowns to just eight interceptions. His interception total is pretty amazing, considering he threw the ball more than 600 times. Brady has been picked off just 24 times the last three seasons. He makes very few mistakes. Brady had eight 300-yard games last season. The Patriots ran the ball more last season but remain pass heavy, which should be the trend once again this season. Brady is 36 years old but has shown few signs of slowing down. Brady has five 4,000-yard seasons for his career and 30-plus scores four of the last five full seasons. Brady does a great job of distributing the ball to all his options and rarely turns the ball over. He has a strong arm and is extremely accurate. Brady knows the offense well and makes the most of his abilities.

Fantasy Outlook:  
The numbers don't lie. Brady is an elite fantasy quarterback. You can make a strong case for him - like every season - to be the top quarterback taken in your draft. You can pencil Brady in for about 5,000 yards and 30-plus touchdowns. His consistency makes him a very safe fantasy quarterback. We have no problem with Brady being taken first overall at the quarterback spot. He is worthy of that spot.

 #58  Robert Griffin III (QB) Yr: 2012  TDs: 20  Yds: 3200  Int: 5WashingtonBye: 10 
 
Player News:
Griffin had one of the best rookie season for a quarterback in NFL history. He stormed onto the scene, causing all sorts of havoc for opposing defenses. Unfortunately, he suffered a torn ACL and lateral collateral ligament during the playoffs. He has a long road back but could be ready for the start of 2013. The bigger issue is the health of his knee, which has already endured a previous ACL surgery. This could be an issue going forward. But before the injury, Griffin had a monster regular season. He had 27 total touchdowns to just five interceptions. His low turnover total was remarkable for a rookie. He had more than 4,000 total yards of offense. Griffin did a ton of damage running the ball, rushing for 826 yards. He had five games with 80-plus rushing yards. The Redskins did a great job of tailoring the offense around Griffin. He will be the focal point of the offense for years to come. The issue will be if he can stay healthy, taking as many hits as he does. Griffin is very accurate for a young quarterback and throws a great deep ball. He can make all the throws. He also rarely turns the ball over and reads defense well. He is an elusive runner with game-breaking speed at the quarterback spot.

Fantasy Outlook:  
Griffin is a bit of a risk as he returns from a major knee injury. Plus, he will be prone to injury with the way he plays the game. But when playing, he is capable of carrying a fantasy team, making him an elite fantasy quarterback. We expect his rushing numbers to dip some this season while his passing stats go up. He can throw for 3,700 or so yards and 25 touchdowns in the offense while rushing for 500 or 600 yards and five touchdowns. Just be prepared for him to miss a game or two along the way.

 #59  Lamar Miller (RB) Yr: 2012  TDs: 1  Yds: 250  Rush: 51MiamiBye: 5 
 
Player News:
Miller didn't get a ton of work his rookie season but showed some good things with his carries. He had double-digit carries just twice but averaged more than six yards per game in those games. For the season, he averaged 4.9 yards per carry, a more than respectable number. Miller seems in store for a much bigger role in 2013. He even has a chance to start if he progresses well this offseason and training camp. The Dolphins are high on Miller going forward. Miller is a home-run threat with the ball in his hands. He has track speed - actually running some track in college. He can get to the next level in a hurry. Miller isn't a huge back, though, and needs to bulk up some to be an every-down back in the NFL. He needs to prove he can run well between the tackles before getting an every-down gig.

Fantasy Outlook:  
Miller is a solid sleeper for the coming year. He is worth a look as a low-end No. 2 back. He has upside in an offense that is getting better. We like his total yardage potential. It wouldn't surprise to see him get around 1,200 total yards and six or so touchdowns. He is going to make some big plays.

 #60  Jordy Nelson (WR) Yr: 2012  TDs: 7  Yds: 745  Recpts: 49Green BayBye: 9 
 
Player News:
Nelson saw a big dip in production from his previous season. He missed some time because of injury (four games) but was more hit or miss in the offense with some other options emerging in the passing game. But even with that said, he still had 745 yards and seven scores in 12 games. He gets close to 1,000 yards and double-digit scores if he plays a full year. Nelson will be a starter from day one this year and a big part of the passing game once again. He has 22 touchdowns the last two seasons, serving as a top red-zone target for the Packers. Nelson is a good athlete with above-average hands. He makes plays after the catch because of his top speed and moves in space. He will struggle with drops on occasion but has improved in that area and has the trust of Aaron Rodgers, who looks his way often.

Fantasy Outlook: Injury Concern
Some are down on Nelson, but we still like his upside as long as he can stay healthy. He can produce like a low-end No. 1 in this offense. He'll disappear on occasion but has high touchdown potential and the ability for the huge yardage game. We expect around 1,000 yards and double-digit touchdowns.

 #61  Joique Bell (RB) Yr: 2012  TDs: 3  Yds: 414  Rush: 82DetroitBye: 9 
 
Player News:
Bell emerged as the top backup for the Lions, getting a ton of work in the passing game. He finished with 52 receptions and 899 total yards. He had more than 400 rushing and receiving yards. Bell did well getting consistent yardage totals every week. He had multiple receptions all but four games. Bell should continue to get plenty of chances in the passing game going forward. He is a solid third-down back, catching 52 of 69 passes thrown his way. Bell isn't a big back but is tough to bring down because of strong legs and good size. He doesn't have great speed but enough to make some big plays to the outside.

Fantasy Outlook:  
Bell might have a hard time reaching his total yards of last season but you still have to like his chances to get 40-plus receptions. He can get 650 or so total yards and a few scores, making him worth a look as a low-end No. 3 or 4 back.

 #62  Michael Crabtree (WR) Yr: 2012  TDs: 9  Yds: 1105  Recpts: 85San FranciscoBye: 8 
 
Player News:
The addition of quarterback Colin Kaepernick to the lineup was just the thing to get Crabtree's career going in the right direction. He posted career bests across the board, posting big numbers late in the season. He had 100-yard games three of his last five and had two 100-yard games during the 49ers Super Bowl run. Crabtree had his first 1,000-yard season and topped 80 receptions for the first time. He was the go-to target in an explosive passing attack. Crabtree finally lived up to his potential last season. Crabtree is a pretty polished product despite his young age. Crabtree has plus hands, runs solid routes and is a playmaker. He doesn't have elite speed, but enough to get the job done. Unfortunately, Crabtree suffered a torn Achilles' tendon before the start of the season and is expected to miss much of the year - if not all of it.

Fantasy Outlook: Injury Concern
Crabtree was setup for a career season but now seems likely to miss the entire year because of the injury. He is worth a late-round look if you have the roster space but we think a receiver returning from this type of injury in six months is a bit of a stretch.

 #63  Tony Romo (QB) Yr: 2012  TDs: 28  Yds: 4903  Int: 19DallasBye: 11 
 
Player News:
Romo set a lot of career highs last season, including completions, attempts and passing yards. He threw often, having more than 600-pass attempts for the first time in his career. He also just missed hitting the 5,000-yard mark for the first time in his career. Romo had nine 300-yard games, posting consistent yardage numbers all season. He did struggle at times in the red zone, especially if you consider all his pass attempts but his numbers were pretty consistent to pass seasons. He has at least 26 touchdowns the last five full seasons he has played. The Cowboys won't be as pass heavy this season, especially if DeMarco Murray can stay healthy, but they remain a pass-first offense. Romo will continue to get his chances. He has a plus arm and does well making plays on the run. Romo will force some throws and make some bad decisions but has improved in that area the last few years. He is 33 years old so he has a few years left at playing at a high level.

Fantasy Outlook:  
Romo is an elite fantasy option. He isn't in the same category as Drew Brees or Aaron Rodgers but just outside that group. He'll post consistent weekly numbers in a good offense. You can expect around 270 yards and a couple scores each week from Romo. Another season with 4,000-plus yards and around 35 scores is likely for Romo. We actually think his touchdown numbers will improve if the Cowboys find more consistency running the ball, opening up more chances for the big play in the passing game. Romo is a good guy to grab later in your draft after the top guys are taken.

 #64  Vernon Davis (TE) Yr: 2012  TDs: 5  Yds: 548  Recpts: 41San FranciscoBye: 8 
 
Player News:
Davis had one of his least productive seasons to date, catching just 41 passes on 61 targets. It broke a streak of three straight seasons with at least 90 targets. Davis just wasn't a big part of the offense most weeks, serving as a decoy or a blocker. He topped 50 yards just four times all season. The positive was his big showing during the 49ers playoff run, having 100-yard games two of three games. He was a bigger part of the offense, which could be a sign of things to come for 2013 but nothing is guaranteed for Davis. He has 900-plus yards three of the last four seasons and at least five scores all four of those seasons. Davis has the speed of a receiver, but the size of a tight end. He is a great athlete, making a ton of plays with the ball in his hands as well as making the tough catch in key situations. He is a big mismatch for the opposition.

Fantasy Outlook:  
Davis has a ton of ability but he disappears too much to be considered an elite fantasy tight end. He can still produce like one with the chances but has some concerns after last season. He isn't a sure thing to rebound. We would take him as a low-end No. 1 and get some decent insurance as a backup. He is a good buy-low candidate, though, especially if you think he can build on his big playoff run. If all goes well for him, he could get around 60 receptions for 900 yards and seven touchdowns.

 #65  Darren McFadden (RB) Yr: 2012  TDs: 2  Yds: 707  Rush: 216OaklandBye: 5 
 
Player News:
McFadden had another injury-plagued season, missing four games. He also struggled when playing, averaging just 3.3 yards per carry. He had trouble picking up the new offense all season. McFadden had three 100-yard games and three touchdowns in 12 games. McFadden has one big season as a pro but his other four years in the league have been uneventful. He has fewer than 1,000 total yards four of five years. He also has failed to play a full season since entering the league, missing at least three games every season. McFadden has a ton of talent, though, and gets another new offense to learn for 2013. This could be a make or break year for him with the Raiders. He has a lot to prove. And although he has been in the league five years, McFadden is just 26 years old. McFadden is a complete back. He catches the ball well (158 receptions in five seasons), can churn out the tough yards and has elite speed to make the big play every time he touches the ball. He is a game changer. As mentioned, though, he has a hard time staying healthy and struggles with consistency at times.

Fantasy Outlook:  
McFadden is a boom or bust pick. He has plenty of upside but past history suggests he is far from a sure thing. He isn't worth an early-round pick but worth a look as a top No. 2 back because of his upside. He can carry a team when all is well with him. But for now, expect him to miss a few games and get around 1,200 total yards and nine touchdowns. You can't count on much more from him than that going into a season but he could surprise if all the stars align for him.

 #66  Wes Welker (WR) Yr: 2012  TDs: 0  Yds: 1354  Recpts: 118DenverBye: 4 
 
Player News:
Welker had another huge season last year, notching 118 receptions. He also topped 1,300 yards and scored six touchdowns. Welker had five 100-yard games and four with double-digit receptions. Welker has more than 100 receptions and 1,000 yards five of six seasons. He continues to be the go-to target for Tom Brady in the Patriots passing game. Welker remains the top possession receiver in the game and Brady's favorite safety valve. Welker is a small, speedy receiver with plus hands and the ability to make plays in the open field. He is 32 years old but hasn't shown many signs of decline the last few seasons.

Fantasy Outlook:  
Welker isn't a top No. 1 receiver outside of PPR leagues, but just outside of those top options. Remember, he has never had double-digit touchdowns in a season. But you can pretty much pencil him in for 100-plus receptions and 1,000 yards. He is about as sure of a thing as it gets when it comes to fantasy options. It wouldn't be a surprise to see his numbers dip a little this season but don't expect a sharp decline by any means.

 #67  LeGarrette Blount (RB) Yr: 2012  TDs: 2  Yds: 151  Rush: 41PittsburghBye: 12 
 
Player News:
Blount saw a big dip in production, taking a backseat to rookie Doug Martin. Blount had just 41 carries after having 385 carries his first two seasons. Blount was the backup and got few chances all season, failing to have double-digit carries in any game. He was traded to the Patriots in the offseason and will compete with a host of backs for playing time this season. Blount had a 1,000-yard season as a rookie but been far from impressive since that point. Blount is a big back but has surprising speed and moves for a big man. His game is power, though. Blount will run over, through and around would-be tacklers. He isn't much of a factor in the passing game, having just 21 receptions in two seasons. And he struggles to make plays to the outside, which is a main reason he played a second fiddle to Martin last season. Blount makes few big plays in the running game.

Fantasy Outlook:  
Blount's career path is going the wrong way. He even struggled with short-yardage work last season, which doesn't bode well for his future going forward. He could see a slight uptick in production this season with the Patriots but don't expect much. He isn't even worth drafting at this point. The Patriots have more talented backs on their roster.

 #68  Randall Cobb (WR) Yr: 2012  TDs: 0  Yds: 954  Recpts: 80Green BayBye: 9 
 
Player News:
Cobb had a breakout season as a receiver, getting much more consistent work in the passing game. He was the starter much of the season for the Packers and finished with an impressive 80 receptions for 954 yards and eight touchdowns. He also sat out the last game of the season because of an ankle injury, so he likely hits the 1,000-yard mark for the first time in his career if he plays a full season. Cobb had three 100-yard games and 10 of 15 games with 50-plus yards. He was a consistent factor in the passing game and should be a huge part of the offense going forward. His numbers should get better as he gets more comfortable with Aaron Rodgers. Cobb isn't a big receiver, but runs solid routes and makes plays in space. He does well in multiple receiver sets, which the Packers run often. Cobb has plus hands and just seems to make plays.

Fantasy Outlook: Hot
Cobb might be a little hit or miss some weeks because the Packers have a lot of weapons in the passing game but his upside is very high. He can improve on last season, making him a low-end No. 1 or top No. 2 for fantasy teams. Cobb can get around 90 receptions for 1,100 yards and nine scores.

 #69  Jordan Cameron (TE) Yr: 2012  TDs: 1  Yds: 226  Recpts: 20ClevelandBye: 4 
 
Player News:
Cameron got more work his second season in the league, catching 20 passes for 226 yards and a touchdown. He didn't top 50 yards in a game but had multiple receptions six times. Cameron has a chance to play a much bigger role this season. He is going to get first shot to be No. 1 tight end for the Browns. And the Browns have a new offense this season that will utilize the tight end often. Cameron seems to have the makeup to be a starter in this league. He is a top athlete. Cameron has good speed, can jump and the size to be a legit starter. He remains a bit raw but is improving in all facets of the game. He still needs to refine his route running and improve as a blocker if he hopes to be the starter from day one.

Fantasy Outlook: Sleeper
Cameron is a top sleeper at tight end. He could get a ton of targets in this new offense and have a breakout season. You can't draft him as a No. 1 but he could end up being a low-end No. 1 before the season is out. Cameron can get around 60 receptions for 650 yards and five touchdowns.

 #70  Jay Cutler (QB) Yr: 2012  TDs: 19  Yds: 3033  Int: 14ChicagoBye: 9 
 
Player News:
Getting Brandon Marshall back as his No. 1 receiver was a good thing for Cutler, but it didn't translate into a bump in production. He had another very mediocre season. He failed to score 20 touchdowns and finished with just more than 3,000-passing yards. He had eight games with fewer than 200-passing yards and just four multiple touchdown games. He had very few big performances. Cutler has been pretty ordinary since joining the Bears, averaging 24 touchdowns and 19 interceptions in his three full seasons with the team. He has just one 4,000-yard season for his career and is yet to hit the 30-touchdown mark. Cutler has a huge arm and does a great job of making plays downfield. He can make all the throws. But he will make some poor decisions and force throws, turning the ball over too often for a guy that has played in the league for seven seasons. The Bears are changing offense this season, which could be good or bad for Cutler, depending on how quickly he adjusts.

Fantasy Outlook:  
His numbers could improve but he still isn't a No. 1 for fantasy teams. He is a decent No. 2 worthy of the occasional spot start. His touchdown and yardage totals won't be good enough to use on a weekly basis for fantasy teams. He can get around 3,500 yards and 25 scores in this offense.

 #71  Russell Wilson (QB) Yr: 2012  TDs: 26  Yds: 3118  Int: 10SeattleBye: 4 
 
Player News:
Wilson was the surprise rookie quarterback last season, posting huge numbers in a starting role from day one for the Seahawks. He is going to be their starter for years to come. Wilson started his season a little slow but finished well and kept getting better from week to week. Wilson had 30 total touchdowns to just 10 interceptions - pretty amazing numbers for a rookie quarterback. He topped 3,000-passing yards and ran for nearly 500 yards. Wilson isn't a big quarterback but moves around the pocket well and can make all the throws at quarterback. He kind of reminds you of Drew Brees. His arm isn't off the charts but accurate and he does well to find a throwing lane despite his small size. Wilson is a much better runner than Brees, though. He can hurt teams with his legs as much as his arm. The Seahawks will continue to give Wilson more freedom going forward and start to cater the offense around his abilities.

Fantasy Outlook:  
Wilson gets overlooked a little because of Robert Griffin and Andrew Luck having huge seasons but Wilson was just as good or maybe even better than those two last season. He can be a solid No. 1 for fantasy teams. He is a consistent threat in an emerging offense. We think a season with around 3,500-passing yards, 35 total touchdowns and 500-rushing yards seems about right for Wilson in 2013. He is worth a starting spot for fantasy teams.

 #72  Colin Kaepernick (QB) Yr: 2012  TDs: 10  Yds: 1814  Int: 3San FranciscoBye: 8 
 
Player News:
Kaepernick got his chance to start because of injury and kept the job, never looking back after finding his way into the lineup. Kaepernick scored 15 touchdowns the last seven games of the season. He even had a four-touchdown performance in Week 15. Kaepernick was a top dual threat for the 49ers. He finished the season with 415-rushing yards and five rushing touchdowns. He also just seemed to get better every week in the lineup. He had just three interceptions for the season and completed 62 percent of his passes. He seems entrenched as the starter in San Francisco for years to come. He is the complete package at quarterback. Kaepernick has a great arm and is very accurate. He also runs well and has breakaway speed, being able to make big plays in the running game. The 49ers are catering the offense around the abilities of Kaepernick, giving him the chance to make plays with his arm and legs. He should only get better with more seasoning going forward.

Fantasy Outlook: Hot
Kaepernick is an exciting fantasy option. We consider him a low-end No. 1 fantasy quarterback. He is another top dual threat capable of posting big weekly fantasy numbers. His passing numbers might be down some weeks but his running ability should help his consistency for fantasy teams. Plus, Kaepernick does well in avoiding the big hit, which bodes well for him staying healthy. He has a little more size than many of the mobile quarterbacks. We think a season with 3,500 or so passing yards and around 35 total touchdowns is realistic for Kaepernick. He also could run for 600 yards

 #73  Shane Vereen (RB) Yr: 2012  TDs: 3  Yds: 251  Rush: 62New EnglandBye: 10 
 
Player News:
Vereen had double-digit carries just two times and didn't top 50-rushing yards in a game but did have a bigger role in the offense than his rookie season. He had 400 total yards and got a lot of work in the passing game during the playoffs, which could be a sign of things to come for Vereen. He could be the third-down back for the Patriots in 2013. He would get a lot more playing time in that role. Vereen is a big-play option at running back. He isn't a huge back, which hurts his chances to be an every-down back, but he has the speed and hands to excel as a third-down back.

Fantasy Outlook: Hot
Vereen has more upside in PPR formats but still more overall value for the coming season. We look for his total yards to go up and get a few more scores. A season with 700 or 800 yards and six touchdowns looks about right for Vereen. He is worth a look as a No. 3 back for fantasy teams.

 #74  Jason Witten (TE) Yr: 2012  TDs: 3  Yds: 1039  Recpts: 110DallasBye: 11 
 
Player News:
Witten had maybe his best season to date last year, setting a career high in receptions with 110. He was the most reliable target in the Cowboys passing game and produced consistent weekly numbers, having multiple receptions every single game last season. He even had two games with double-digit receptions. Witten also topped the 1,000-yard mark for the fourth time in his career. The only disappointment for Witten was a lack of scores, having just three touchdowns. Witten has 90-plus receptions four of the last six seasons. He remains a big part of the Cowboys' offense. He has never been a top red-zone target, though, never reaching double-digit touchdowns for his career. Witten is a favorite target of Tony Romo. Witten is an athletic tight end with above-average speed. He does well in traffic and has very good hands. And at age 31, Witten hasn't shown signs of slowing down just yet as evident by his huge season last year. He should be able to play at a high level a few more seasons.

Fantasy Outlook:  
Witten remains an elite tight end but isn't going to lead all fantasy tight ends in scoring. His lack of scores is the one thing that holds him back. His yardage and reception totals will be among the best at tight end. He should get around 90 receptions for 950 yards and five or so touchdowns. He is a steady option at a top-heavy position.

 #75  Marques Colston (WR) Yr: 2012  TDs: 10  Yds: 1154  Recpts: 83New OrleansBye: 12 
 
Player News:
Colston had his fourth straight 1,000-yard season. He continues to produce good numbers as the No. 1 receiver in the Saints pass-first offense. Colston had three 100-yard games and at least 50 yards all but five games. He had at least three receptions every game. Colston has 1,000-yard seasons all but one during his seven-year NFL career. Colston does have some injury concerns because of past knee issues but he has played at least 14 games the last four seasons. Colston is a big target with plus speed. He still drops the occasional pass, but runs good routes and will make the tough catch in traffic. The Saints are a pass-first team that spreads the ball to a host of receivers, but Colston is a good bet to lead the receivers in targets as their No. 1 receiver.

Fantasy Outlook:  
Colston isn't quite an elite fantasy receiver, but just outside that group. His reception totals aren't among the top guys, but he will top 1,000 yards and near double-digit touchdowns. He is a serviceable No. 1 for fantasy teams. We don't see a decline just yet.

 #76  Torrey Smith (WR) Yr: 2012  TDs: 8  Yds: 855  Recpts: 49BaltimoreBye: 12 
 
Player News:
Smith improved some on his rookie season but not by much. His numbers were very similar to his rookie year, and he continued his erratic production. Smith had two 100-yard games but six games with fewer than 40 yards. He was boom or bust many weeks. In two seasons, Smith averages 50 receptions for 848 yards and eight touchdowns. He will be the clear No. 1 receiver in Baltimore now, though, with Anquan Boldin gone. This could lead to some more targets for Smith. He has elite speed and can stretch the field in a hurry. He still needs some work on his route running to become a complete player. Smith also could stand to get a little stronger to get off the line better. He has pretty good hands, though, and a knack for the spectacular play.

Fantasy Outlook:  
Smith is a player on the rise. He can get 1,000 yards and around double-digit touchdowns in his third season, a year many receivers take a big jump forward. It still wouldn't surprise to see him disappear a few weeks but he should be a little more consistent this season. Smith can be a more than dependable No. 2 fantasy receiver in 2013.

 #77  Kendall Wright (WR) Yr: 2012  TDs: 4  Yds: 626  Recpts: 64TennesseeBye: 9 
 
Player News:
Wright had a productive rookie season, getting a chance to start some because of injury. He made some big plays but was a little up and down as expected. Wright had just two games with 70-plus yards but did have a couple receptions all but one game. It also didn't help Wright that the quarterback play for the Titans was all over the place. His production should get better with more consistent quarterback play. Wright will be a big part of the offense, serving as the slot receiver for the Titans this season. He'll get plenty of work even if he isn't starting. Wright isn't a big receiver but a big-play threat. He does a great job of turning a short throw into a long play. Wright has the tolls to be a dynamic player. He still lacks some size, though. He has a little trouble getting off the line as corners try to get physical with him.

Fantasy Outlook:  
Wright will improve some on last season but don't expect huge numbers in this offense. A season with around 75 receptions for 750 yards and five or so touchdowns seems about right for Wright. He is a solid reserve option for fantasy teams.

 #78  Ben Tate (RB) Yr: 2012  TDs: 2  Yds: 279  Rush: 65ClevelandBye: 4 
 
Player News:
Tate didn't build on his huge season from the previous year, rushing for just 279 yards. He did miss some time because of a hamstring injury but wasn't a huge factor in the offense even when healthy with Arian Foster carrying much of the load. Tate had double-digit carries just two times and had more than 50 yards just once. Tate remains a valuable backup, though. He can do well as a starter and seems to have the makeup to be a solid starter in the league. Remember, he ran for nearly 1,000 yards in a reserve role the previous year. Tate is a good fit for the Texans' offense. He is a one-cut runner that hits the hole in a hurry and can get to the next level with little effort. Tate also has good size, giving him the ability to run over would-be tacklers.

Fantasy Outlook:  
Tate is a must handcuff for Foster owners but his value outside of that isn't great. He took a step backwards last season, failing to do much with his limited touches. He should get more work this year but even with that said, don't expect huge numbers. He can get 600 or so total yards and a few scores.

 #79  Greg Olsen (TE) Yr: 2012  TDs: 5  Yds: 843  Recpts: 69CarolinaBye: 12 
 
Player News:
Olsen had a career season with the Panthers last year, serving as their No. 2 target in the passing game. He had career highs in receptions and yards, catching 69 passes for 843 yards and five touchdowns. His previous career high in yards was 612, so he bested that number by a lot. Olsen had eight games of 16 games with 50 or more yards, posting very consistent numbers. Olsen has more than 500 yards four of six seasons in the NFL. He also has at least 39 receptions every season. Olsen is a good athlete at the tight end spot. He has top speed and very good hands, making him a surprising big-play option at tight end. He is just a so-so blocker, though, which causes him to miss out on some playing time.

Fantasy Outlook:  
Olsen emerged as a legit No. 1 fantasy tight end last season. He might have a hard time matching those numbers but can come close in an offense that likes to use the tight end. Olsen can get 65 receptions for 750 yards and six or so touchdowns. He is a good guy to grab after all the top tight ends go early in the draft. He has plenty of big-game potential in this offense.

 #80  Mike Wallace (WR) Yr: 2012  TDs: 8  Yds: 836  Recpts: 64MiamiBye: 5 
 
Player News:
Wallace had the most targets of his career last season (119) but his numbers were down compared to past seasons - if that makes any sense. He didn't even have 900-receiving yards, breaking a streak of two straight seasons with 1,000 yards. Wallace had just two 100-yard games last year but did score eight touchdowns. He was still a consistent red-zone target. Over the past three seasons, Wallace averages 65 receptions for 1,095 yards and nine touchdowns. He heads to Miami this season to take over as their No. 1 receiver. Wallace should fill the role well but does move to a passing attack that probably isn't quite as prolific as the Steelers. Wallace has great speed and the ability to make a big play every time the ball is in his hands (averages 17.2 yards per catch for his career). His route running still isn't top notch but better. Wallace also has good hands and a knack for making the big play.

Fantasy Outlook:  
A move to Miami might hurt his numbers a bit but probably not much. He doesn't get the receptions of an elite receiver but will have nice yardage and touchdown totals. Consider him a low-end No. 1 or top No. 2 for fantasy teams. He can get around 75 receptions for 1,100 yards and nine touchdowns with his new team.

 #81  Ryan Tannehill (QB) Yr: 2012  TDs: 12  Yds: 3294  Int: 13MiamiBye: 5 
 
Player News:
Tannehill had a pretty solid rookie year, especially if you consider his surrounding talent. He didn't produce as big of numbers as some of the other rookie quarterbacks but still played well overall. He had just 13 interceptions and scored 14 total touchdowns. He topped 3,000-passing yards and completed 58 percent of his passes. He had just one game that he went over 300 yards and that was a huge performance, throwing for 431 yards in Week 4. He didn't produce big numbers most weeks, though, having seven games with less than 200 yards. But as mentioned, the Dolphins lacked a lot of talent at receiver, which didn't help Tannehill's chances to make plays in the passing. He'll get betters as the Dolphins improve the talent around him. He certainly has the talent and looks to be the franchise quarterback in Miami for years to come. Remember, he didn't start many games in college, either, so his rapid development is encouraging for his future. Tannehill is a big kid with a strong arm that moves around the pocket well and will make plays with his feet. He is pretty accurate for a young quarterback and reads defense a little better than expected.

Fantasy Outlook: Sleeper
Tannehill is worth a shot as a No. 2 fantasy quarterback. He has upside in an improving offense. We like his chances to take a pretty good jump this season. We think he could throw for around 3,600 yards and 25 or so touchdowns. He could be a surprise when it is all said and done

 #82  Charles Clay (TE) Yr: 2012  TDs: 2  Yds: 212  Recpts: 18MiamiBye: 5 
 
Player News:
Clay played more tight end for the Dolphins his second season and posted decent numbers in a reserve role, catching 18 passes for 212 yards and two touchdowns. He averages 17 receptions per season in two NFL seasons. Clay is the favorite to be the top backup to starting tight end Dustin Keller this season. Clay will get sporadic work in this role. Clay is a good blocker with big-play ability at tight end. He has good speed to stretch the field and can make plays after the catch.

Fantasy Outlook:  
Clay can do a little better than last season but not too much better in his current role. He could get 25 receptions for 300 yards and a few scores, making him a No. 3 tight end for fantasy teams.

 #83  Julian Edelman (WR) Yr: 2012  TDs: 0  Yds: 235  Recpts: 21New EnglandBye: 10 
 
Player News:
Edelman actually got about as much time on defense as he did offense last year, playing some cornerback for the Patriots because of injury. He had just four receptions as a receiver, giving him 11 the last two years. He had 37 receptions as a rookie but has gotten little playing time at receiver since. Edelman is a solid return man, though, averaging more than 10 yards per punt every season in his career. He has a punt return for a touchdown in each of the last two seasons. He should continue to play a similar role for the Patriots this season, getting most of his work on special teams and as a deep reserve at receiver. Edelman is a solid possession receiver. He is a small target, but has good speed and hands. He does well on crossing routes and makings plays after the catch.

Fantasy Outlook:  
Edelman isn't worth a roster spot unless injury hits the Patriots' receiving unit. He won't get enough targets in his current role to post numbers to help fantasy teams.

 #84  Martellus Bennett (TE) Yr: 2012  TDs: 0  Yds: 626  Recpts: 55ChicagoBye: 9 
 
Player News:
Bennett had a career season, finally getting his chance to start from day one on an NFL team. He posted career highs in receptions, yards and touchdowns. He had more than 50 receptions and 626 yards. Bennett had four games with 70-plus yards, showing his big-game ability. Bennett failed to top 300 yards in any season before last year. He gets another chance to start this year, but with a different team, signing with the Bears in the offseason. He'll be their No. 1 tight end, giving the Bears a top option in the passing game at tight end for the first time in several seasons. Bennett is a huge target that is very athletic. He can make big plays because of his size and speed. Bennett isn't much of a blocker, though, and his work ethic has been questioned in the past.

Fantasy Outlook:  
Bennett should be able to finish with similar numbers to last season and could even improve on those in an offense looking for playmakers in the passing game. He can get around 60 receptions for 700 yards and six touchdowns.

 #85  Michael Floyd (WR) Yr: 2012  TDs: 2  Yds: 562  Recpts: 45ArizonaBye: 4 
 
Player News:
Floyd didn't have a reception his first two games of his rookie season but worked his way into a much bigger role as the season progressed. He made progress, eventually having his best game of the season the last week. He caught eight passes for 166 yards and a touchdown in Week 17. It was a good finish for Floyd, who had more than 50 yards just twice all season. Floyd has a chance to be the starter from day one this season if he has a strong offseason and preseason. The Cardinals don't have much of a passing game but it should be improved from last season, which bodes well for Floyd. He has good size and speed at receiver. Floyd runs good routes and looks the part of an NFL receiver. Floyd also has good hands and the knack for the big play. He doesn't have game-changing speed, though, which seemed to hold him back some last season.

Fantasy Outlook: Sleeper
Floyd can improve on last season but still doesn't seem like a great fantasy option in a below average passing attack. He seems more like reserve material for fantasy teams. Floyd can get about 65 receptions for around 800 yards and five or so touchdowns.

 #86  Antonio Gates (TE) Yr: 2012  TDs: 7  Yds: 538  Recpts: 49San DiegoBye: 10 
 
Player News:
Gates was able to play 15 of 16 games last season, which was a big positive, but he didn't seem himself while playing, lacking some of his usual explosion. Gates had 538 yards, his lowest total since his rookie season. He topped 50 yards just three times all season. Gates has battled all sorts of injuries the last few years and it seems he is finally starting to slow down. Plus, the Chargers struggled throwing the ball last season, which didn't help matters for Gates. But Gates is 33 years old and has a long injury history, so his best days do seem behind him. Gates did scores seven touchdowns last season and has at least seven scores nine straight seasons. He remains a top red-zone target for the team. Gates remains a tough cover at tight end. He has plus speed for the position, great hands and seems to always put himself in position to make the catch.

Fantasy Outlook:  
Gates isn't near the option of past seasons. He is a low-end No. 1 fantasy tight end. He isn't a bad buy-low candidate, though, as the Chargers seems setup for a better season throwing the ball. His stats could improve some on last season. We could see a season with around 700 yards and eight touchdowns. Just don't spend the high draft pick on him from past seasons. He isn't that tight end anymore.

 #87  Darren Sproles (RB) Yr: 2012  TDs: 1  Yds: 244  Rush: 48PhiladelphiaBye: 7 
 
Player News:
A hand injury knocked Sproles out of three games last season but he was productive once again when healthy. His rushing totals were down compared to last season but he still managed 911 total yards and eight touchdowns in 13 games. He got plenty of weekly touches and played well with his chances. Sproles has been targeted more than 100 times each of the last two seasons and has 161 receptions. He is an integral part of the Saints passing game. Sproles probably is the best third-down or change-of-pace back in the game. He fits the role perfectly. Sproles has great speed and moves, but lacks the ideal size to be an every-down back. He also is a great return man, having return scores four of the last six seasons.

Fantasy Outlook:  
Sproles is an elite back in PPR leagues but a solid No. 2 back in all other formats. He should improve on his yardage totals from last season as long as he can stay healthy. We look for him to get around 1,000 total yards and nine touchdowns.

 #88  Percy Harvin (WR) Yr: 2012  TDs: 1  Yds: 677  Recpts: 62SeattleBye: 4 
 
Player News:
Harvin was traded to the Seahawks this offseason and will take over a starting spot with his new team. He moves to a better offense and quarterback situation, so Harvin seems setup for a nice rebound season after battling injury with the Vikings last season. Harvin is a top playmaker with the ball in his hands. He has great speed and moves in the open field. He lacks some size, but plays bigger than his size, not shying away from contact over the middle and in the red zone. Migraines have been an issue for Harvin but he seems to be over those issues for now.

Fantasy Outlook: Injury Concern
Harvin can be a low-end No. 1 fantasy receiver in this offense. He has huge total yardage potential and is always capable of the big game. We think a career season is in store for Harvin in 2013. He can get 1,400 total yards and near double-digit scores.

 #89  Jordan Reed (TE) WashingtonBye: 10 
 
Player News:
Reed played all over the place in college, being used as a quarterback and running back before landing as a tight end. He excelled in that role and will get his chance to play that position for the Redskins in the NFL. Reed isn't likely to start his rookie season but is the future starter for the team. He'll learn the ropes this season before getting his chance to start in 2014. Reed is a top athlete with speed and plus hands. He also runs good routes and does a good job of finding the soft spot in coverage. Reed also is a pretty willing blocker and should continue to improve in this area.

Fantasy Outlook:  
Reed won't get a ton of work his rookie season but will get some chances in a reserve role. He can get 30 or so receptions for 400 yards and a few scores. He'll be a bigger fantasy factor in a few seasons when Fred Davis isn't around.

 #90  Sammy Watkins (WR) ---Bye:  
 
 #91  David Wilson (RB) Yr: 2012  TDs: 4  Yds: 358  Rush: 71New York GiantsBye: 8 
 
Player News:
Wilson was a big factor in the running game late in his rookie season, having double-digit carries three of his last four games. He scored four touchdowns during that stretch and had a 100-yard game. His overall rookie season wasn't too impressive but he showed enough for the Giants to make him their No. 1 back for this coming season. He'll be given first shot to carry the load for the Giants. Wilson is an explosive back. He has electric speed and great moves in space. He also is a top receiver out of the backfield and return man. Wilson isn't a great inside runner as of now, though, and will need to become a little more patient to become a top NFL starter. Wilson also doesn't seem to have the makeup to be a good short-yardage back, so he could miss out on some touchdowns.

Fantasy Outlook: Hot
Wilson has high upside for the coming season. We really like his total yardage potential in this offense, having the possibility to get 1,600 or so total yards. The big concern is his touchdown totals. Even if he doesn't get the goal-line work, he can still get eight or so touchdowns. Consider him a low-end No. 1 or top No. 2 back for fantasy teams.

 #92  Dennis Pitta (TE) Yr: 2012  TDs: 0  Yds: 669  Recpts: 61BaltimoreBye: 12 
 
Player News:
Pitta emerged as the top pass-catching tight end for the Ravens last year, setting career highs across the board. He had 61 receptions and nearly 700 yards. Pitta also scored seven times, emerging as a top red-zone option for the Ravens. Pitta had six games with 50 or more yards, posting pretty consistent numbers for the Ravens. He also was targeted nearly 94 times, which is another good sign for this coming season. Pitta is a big part of the passing game and should be the next several seasons. Pitta isn't much of a blocker but does very well as a pass-first tight end. He is athletic enough to line up as a receiver, making him a tough cover for opposing defenses. He has speed to stretch the field and size to make him a tough cover in the red zone.

Fantasy Outlook: Injury Concern
Pitta fractured his hip during training camp and is done for the season. He was setup for a big season, so this is a huge loss for the Ravens and fantasy owners.

 #93  Zach Ertz (TE) PhiladelphiaBye: 7 
 
Player News:
Ertz will challenge for the starting job in Philadelphia his rookie season. And even if he doesn't start, Ertz should get his chances in the Eagles new up-tempo offense. They will utilize his abilities. Ertz isn't really a speed demon at tight end but runs very good routes for a young player and has solid hands. He also blocks pretty well but could improve some in that area. He does lack a little speed to create big plays down the field. Ertz is the future at the position for the Eagles at tight end.

Fantasy Outlook:  
Ertz has some upside for big games his rookie season. He'll be hit or miss as he has a lot to compete with for targets but he'll have some good showings. We think a season with about 40 receptions for 500 yards and a few scores. He'll probably be a better fantasy option in a few years.

 #94  DeAngelo Williams (RB) Yr: 2012  TDs: 5  Yds: 737  Rush: 173CarolinaBye: 12 
 
Player News:
Williams saved his best for last, rushing for 210 yards the last game of the season. That was the only game he topped 100-rushing yards all season. He finished with 737-rushing yards with a lot of help from that last game of the year. He was pretty pedestrian the rest of the season. He got plenty of start with Jonathan Stewart injured but topped 70-rushing yards just twice all season. Williams has fewer than 840-rushing yards each of the last three seasons. At age 30, his days of being an every-week starter seem about over, especially with his declining numbers the last few seasons. But Williams can be a valuable backup. He has plenty of starting experience and success, topping 1,000 yards two times during his career. Williams is a big-play back. He also will run with some power, but is a home-run threat with the ball in his hands. Williams is a much more patient runner than earlier in his career and can help in the passing game.

Fantasy Outlook:  
Williams isn't a great fantasy option any more but a decent No. 3 or 4 fantasy back. He can help on occasion. He'll have a hard time matching last year's production. He could get around 700 total yards and a few scores.

 #95  Ben Roethlisberger (QB) Yr: 2012  TDs: 26  Yds: 3265  Int: 8PittsburghBye: 12 
 
Player News:
Despite missing three full games because of injury, Roethlisberger posted good numbers in the Steelers new offense. He had 26 touchdowns to just eight interceptions in 13 games. His touchdown total was highest since 2009 and second highest total of his career. The Steelers are a much more pass-first team these days, which helps Roethlisberger's production. He had eight games with multiple touchdowns and three 300-yard games last season. He has 4,000-yard seasons two of the last four. Roethlisberger has a great arm and is an accurate passer. He might be the best quarterback in the game at prolonging a play because of his size and strength. Injuries are starting to become a concern, though, as he has missed games each of the last four seasons.

Fantasy Outlook: Cold
He isn't an elite fantasy option but just outside that group. Consider him a low-end No. 1. The concern is him making it through the season healthy. If that happens, he can top 4,000-passing yards and score around 35 touchdowns. If you draft him, we would suggest getting a solid backup to prepare for the few games Roethlisberger is likely to miss throughout the season.

 #96  Pierre Thomas (RB) Yr: 2012  TDs: 1  Yds: 473  Rush: 105New OrleansBye: 12 
 
Player News:
Thomas produced his usual consistent numbers in a reserve role for the Saints last season. He had 827 total yards and two touchdowns. He had only two games but double-digit carries but had at least four carries and a reception all but a game. He continues to get plenty of touches in the Saints' offense. He knows his role and does well with his chances. In six seasons with the Saints, Thomas averages 782 total yards per season. Thomas isn't a huge back, but has good speed and moves. Thomas also can run with a little power and is a more than capable receiver. He does have durability concerns, playing a full season just once in six years.

Fantasy Outlook:  
Thomas flies under the radar at times but is a consistent fantasy back. He'll get around 700 total yards and 30 receptions, making him a solid No. 3 fantasy back. He can help in a pinch as a No. 2 back. The only knock on Thomas is a lack of scores having just 10 the last three seasons.

 #97  Joe Flacco (QB) Yr: 2012  TDs: 22  Yds: 3817  Int: 10BaltimoreBye: 12 
 
Player News:
Flacco enjoyed another up and down season, looking like an All Pro at times and a run of the mill starter the next week. He had seven games with multiple touchdowns and nine with one or fewer scores. He was all over the place. He did set a career high in passing yards but once again has failed to top 4,000 yards. The good news for Flacco was a great playoff run, earning Super Bowl MVP honors for his play. He had 11 touchdowns without an interception during the playoffs. Flacco has four straight seasons with eerily similar numbers, averaging 3,666 yards and 23 total touchdowns. Flacco has a top skill set for the position, possessing a strong arm and the ability to move around the pocket well. He lacks some accuracy at times and will make some poor decisions when rushed. And he seems to lack that "special" quality, though, which keeps him from being an elite signal caller.

Fantasy Outlook:  
We aren't sure his great run in the playoffs carries over to the season. He has upside, though, especially as he gains more and more confidence. Flacco is pretty steady when it comes to his overall production but is all over the place from week to week. Because of this, he is more of a spot starter for fantasy teams. He'll have that big game but lay an egg at other times. We look for a season with around 4,000 yards and 28 touchdowns. He is a low-end No. 1 for fantasy teams.

 #98  Eli Manning (QB) Yr: 2012  TDs: 26  Yds: 3948  Int: 15New York GiantsBye: 8 
 
Player News:
Manning had his worst season since 2008. He had three straight seasons of 4,000-plus passing yards before last year. He also had two straight with 30 or more touchdowns, averaging 29 touchdowns per season during that three-year stretch. But injuries at receiver seemed to impact Manning's play last season. He had 10 games with one or fewer touchdowns. A five-touchdown game really padded his stats to end the year, so he really struggled for fantasy teams much of the year. He had few multiple touchdown games and just three 300-yard games. But a healthy receiving corps and improved offensive line play should help Manning get back to previous form. At age 32, he is in the prime of his career. Manning has a good arm and is an accurate quarterback. He still makes some bad decisions but has improved in that area the last few years. Manning also is durable, playing every game the last eight seasons.

Fantasy Outlook:  
We like Manning for a rebound year. This offense is too good to struggle again like last season. Manning has the tools to turn it around. Consider him a low-end No. 1. We like a season with around 4,500-passing yards and 30 touchdowns with 15 interceptions.

 #99  Jermichael Finley (TE) Yr: 2012  TDs: 2  Yds: 667  Recpts: 61Green BayBye: 9 
 
Player News:
Finley had a career high in receptions last season with 61 but he scored just two touchdowns. And his yardage numbers weren't off the charts despite all the work, having 667 yards. His season high in yards was just 72, which was the last game of the season. Finley continues to post similar numbers in the Packers' offense, averaging 57 receptions for 703 yards and five touchdowns the last three full seasons he has played. Finley has a lot of ability but hasn't lived up to the hype. He is a speedy, athletic tight end, making him a tough cover for oppositions. Finley has similar moves to a receiver but with a lot more size. He isn't a great blocker, but improving some in that area. Finley should get plenty of targets in the Packers pass-happy offense.

Fantasy Outlook:  
Finley is a low-end No. 1 fantasy tight end. He'll have a few big games but post mediocre numbers most weeks. Don't overvalue him based on name. His past history doesn't suggest he is an elite option at the position and we don't see a sudden change in stats. Expect a season with around 55 receptions for 680 yards and five touchdowns.

 #100  Mike Tolbert (RB) Yr: 2012  TDs: 7  Yds: 183  Rush: 54CarolinaBye: 12 
 
Player News:
Tolbert moved to the Panthers last season and got a decent number of chances as a fullback and No. 3 back for the team. He got much of his work in the passing game, catching 27 passes. He wasn't quite as effective as a runner, rushing for 183 yards. He was able to score seven touchdowns, though, getting plenty of goal-line chances. This could be a trend going forward for Tolbert as he fits that role well. He should have a similar role for this coming season with the Panthers. Tolbert has seven or more touchdowns three straight seasons. He has fewer than 500-rushing yards two straight seasons but at least 25 receptions each of those seasons. Tolbert has very good size, but has some burst and does well at hitting the hole in a hurry. He isn't going to run away from a ton of defenders, but can do well in spurts. His lack of big-play ability will hurt his chances to be an every-down back but he does well in splitting time at running back and serving as a fullback.

Fantasy Outlook:  
Tolbert's touchdown potential helps his fantasy value. He won't get a ton of total yards but his ability to catch the ball helps his value in PPR leagues as well. He can get 500 total yards and near double-digit scores. Consider him a No. 3 fantasy back.

 #101  Stevan Ridley (RB) Yr: 2012  TDs: 12  Yds: 1263  Rush: 290New EnglandBye: 10 
 
Player News:
Ridley had a breakout season as the Patriots lead back. He proved he can start and produce big numbers as their No. 1 back. Ridley was a consistent force all season, having 70-plus yards 11 of 16 games. He had four 100-yard games and his first 1,000-yard season as a pro. He also scored 12 touchdowns, having touchdowns all but six games. The only knock was a lack of work in the passing game, having six receptions all season despite the Patriots being a pass-heavy team. Ridley should once again be the lead back for the Patriots this season. Ridley isn't a huge back but runs with power and does well in space. He excels between the tackles as a runner. As mentioned, he isn't much of a receiver, though, having nine receptions in two seasons.

Fantasy Outlook:  
Ridley has more value in TD-only leagues but still is a solid fantasy back outside of those leagues. His lack of work in the passing game just hurts his value although we think he'll get more chances in that area this season. Ridley is a low-end No. 1 or top No. 2 fantasy back. We think he can improve his yardage totals from last season, getting around 1,600 total yards and double-digit scores.

 #102  Anquan Boldin (WR) Yr: 2012  TDs: 4  Yds: 921  Recpts: 65San FranciscoBye: 8 
 
Player News:
Boldin had his best season with the Ravens last year, finishing with 65 receptions for 921 yards and four touchdowns in 15 games. All three were season highs for him in his three years with the Ravens. He did a lot of damage in the Ravens Super Bowl run, though, having two 100-yard games in four games. He had 22 receptions for 380 yards and four touchdowns during the playoffs. Boldin heads to a new team this season, though, getting dealt to the 49ers. He'll serve as the top possession receiver in this offense, an emerging offense. Boldin is a big, strong receiver. He isn't a speed demon, but runs good routes and has solid hands. He is 32 years old, but has taken a lot of punishment through the years, which is a concern going forward. How much does he have left?

Fantasy Outlook:  
Boldin won't get you many touchdowns, but will finish with decent reception and yardage totals. Just don't overvalue him based on past seasons. He is going to be good for about 60 catches for 900 yards and five or so touchdowns, making him a No. 3 fantasy receiver.

 #103  Golden Tate (WR) Yr: 2012  TDs: 0  Yds: 688  Recpts: 45DetroitBye: 9 
 
Player News:
Tate had his best season to date, catching 45 passes for 688 yards and seven touchdowns. An improved passing game was just the thing to get Tate going. He had his only 100-yard game of the regular season the last week of the year but also had a 100-yard showing the playoffs, giving him 100-yard games two of his last three to end his season. Tate should be the No. 3 receiver for the Seahawks this season and get a decent amount of chances in a suddenly good passing attack. He has 80 receptions the past two seasons but topped 500 yards just once in three seasons. Tate isn't exceptional in any one area, but does well across the board and is a playmaker. He makes things happen with the ball in his hands. Tate has good moves in space and a knack for moving the chains, making him a good fit for the slot.

Fantasy Outlook:  
Tate is gaining value but having to compete with Percy Harvin for targets now won't help his production too much. He should be about the same as last season, having some big games and some quiet showings along the way. Tate could get 40 or 50 catches for 600 yard and a few scores. Tate has some value as a reserve player for fantasy teams but that is about it.

 #104  Jared Cook (TE) Yr: 2012  TDs: 4  Yds: 523  Recpts: 44St LouisBye: 4 
 
Player News:
Cook missed three games because of injury but produced pretty well when playing, catching 44 passes for 523 yards and four scores in 13 games. He has two straight seasons with 40-plus receptions. Cook wasn't a huge part of the Titans' offense but had a few big games, having four games with 50-plus yards. He should be a bigger part of the Rams' offense this season after signing a big offseason contract with the team. Cook has a ton of talent but hasn't produced quite as expected to date. But in fairness to Cook, he hasn't had good quarterback play throughout his career, which hasn't helped his growth. Cook has a lot of upside because of his athleticism. Cook has plus speed and decent hands. He isn't going to help much as a blocker, but catches passes and runs routes like a receiver. He should be a big part of a Rams' offense that is looking for playmakers in the passing game.

Fantasy Outlook:  
Cook's move to St. Louis should help his value some. We wouldn't expect a huge jump in production but a little jump should happen. He should get plenty of chances. We like Cook for a season with around 60 receptions for 800 yards and seven touchdowns, making him a low-end No. 1 tight end.

 #105  Rashard Mendenhall (RB) Yr: 2012  TDs: 0  Yds: 182  Rush: 51ArizonaBye: 4 
 
Player News:
Mendenhall started a couple games last season but was inactive many weeks and even got a one-game suspension from the team because of some comments made. Needless to say, he did little to help his case to start in the NFL going forward. His 182 yards last season were his lowest since his rookie year. Mendenhall has two 1,000-yard seasons under his belt but battled injury much of his career and struggled with consistency at times. He is only 26 years old, though, and will get his chance to prove his worth with the Cardinals this season. He'll compete for the starting job with Ryan Williams and might have a slight edge since he is familiar with new coach Bruce Arians. Mendenhall is a good between the tackles runner but has the speed to break some big plays. He also is a decent receiving option capable of helping in the passing game.

Fantasy Outlook:  
It wouldn't surprise to see him rebound some from last season and grab the starting job but don't expect him to reach 1,000-yard status once again. He could get around 800 total yards and a few scores, making him worth a look as a No. 3 back for fantasy teams.

 #106  Cecil Shorts III (WR) Yr: 2012  TDs: 7  Yds: 979  Recpts: 55JacksonvilleBye: 11 
 
Player News:
Shorts was the most consistent receiver for the Jaguars last season, having a surprisingly very good rookie season. He just missed the 1,000-yard mark (21 yards short) and had four 100-yard games. And he missed two games because of injury, so he likely hits that 1,000-yard mark easy if he plays a full season. Shorts was impressive because the Jaguars had very poor quarterback play much of the season. He is going to be a big part of this offense going forward, starting alongside Justin Blackmon. Shorts was a big-play threat last season, averaging nearly 18 yards per reception. He doesn't really have any outstanding skills, but makes the most of his ability. He runs above-average routes, has decent speed and pretty good hands. He continues to get better each season, which is encouraging for his future.

Fantasy Outlook: Hot
Shorts seems setup for his first 1,000-yard season. He was very consistent last season once he started getting the work, so we don't see a dip in production from him, especially if you consider the offense should be better. Shorts is worth a look as a low-end No. 2 or solid No. 3 fantasy receiver. He can finish with around 70 receptions for 1,000 yards and seven touchdowns.

 #107  James Jones (WR) Yr: 2012  TDs: 14  Yds: 784  Recpts: 64OaklandBye: 5 
 
Player News:
Jones had a career year last season, posting career highs in receptions, yards and touchdowns. He got more playing time and took advantage of his chances. Jones was a touchdown machine, scoring 14 times. He had scores all but seven games. Jones had just one 100-yard game but multiple receptions all but a game. Jones should continue to get plenty of work this season, getting reps as a starter and No. 3 receiver in the Packers pass-first offense. Jones has at least 600 yards four of six seasons in the NFL. Jones has decent quickness, but runs good routes and has above-average hands. He also does well in making the tough catch, but he will drop some passes.

Fantasy Outlook:  
Jones is going to have a hard time repeating his touchdown total of last season, but he can improve his reception and yardage totals. A season with 70 receptions for 850 yards and eight touchdowns seems realistic for Jones. He is a solid No. 3 for fantasy teams.

 #108  Luke Willson (TE) SeattleBye: 4 
 
Player News:
Willson will serve a reserve role with the Seahawks his rookie season. He is a top athlete with a lot of ability. He runs well and jumps well. He has the makeup of a top pass-catching tight end. But he is a bit raw and could use plenty of seasoning. It might also take some time for him to catch up with the speed of the pro game. He is likely the No. 3 tight end for the Seahawks this season.

Fantasy Outlook:  
Willson has ability but isn't likely to see the field enough this year to help fantasy teams. He is a few years away from being a factor for fantasy teams. He'll be lucky to get double-digit receptions his rookie year.

 #109  Greg Jennings (WR) Yr: 2012  TDs: 4  Yds: 366  Recpts: 36MinnesotaBye: 10 
 
Player News:
Jennings played half the season because of injury but produced alright when playing. He had 366 yards and four touchdowns in eight games. He finishes with 72 receptions for 732 yards and eight touchdowns if he plays a full season. His numbers were down compared to last year, mainly because of other emerging players in the Packers passing game. Jennings turns 30 before the start of the season, so he still has some good years left of playing at a high level. He has 1,000-yard seasons three of his last five and double-digit scores two times in seven seasons. Jennings remains a solid No. 1 but isn't in that elite category at receiver. Jennings is one of the top big-play threats in the game, averaging 15.4 yards per reception for his career. Jennings has top speed to stretch the field on deep passes and the ability turn a short reception into a big play. Jennings will drop the occasional pass, but has gotten better with this over the years.

Fantasy Outlook:  
Jennings is overrated a little. He can produce big at times but will also be quiet other weeks. He has never had more than 80 receptions in a season or more than 1,300-receiving yards. He usually is good for some scores, though, and some big games along the way. Consider him a solid No. 2 for fantasy teams, getting 70 or so receptions for around 1,000 yards and eight touchdowns.

 #110  Delanie Walker (TE) Yr: 2012  TDs: 0  Yds: 344  Recpts: 21TennesseeBye: 9 
 
Player News:
Walker got his usual workload in the 49ers' offense last season, catching 21 passes for 344 yards. His numbers have been very similar the last few seasons as the top backup at tight end for the 49ers. He gets a chance for a little bigger role offensively this season, moving to the Titans. He could challenge for the starting job and is likely the top pass-catching tight end on the team even if he doesn't start. Walker is a well built tight end with decent speed. Once he gets the ball, he is tough to bring down at around 240 pounds. Walker will struggle at times with dropped passes.

Fantasy Outlook:  
Walker can see his stats improve a little with a move to Tennessee but don't expect any huge season. He could get around 40 receptions for 450 yards and a few scores, making him a low-end No. 2 or No. 3 fantasy tight end.

 #111  Timothy Wright (TE) Tampa BayBye: 7 
 
 #112  Tavon Austin (WR) St LouisBye: 4 
 
Player News:
Austin is a dynamic playmaker, making him a great fit for the Rams, a team looking for help in the passing game. Austin has elite speed, plus hands and the ability to turn a short pass into a huge play. He just makes plays. He'll play out of the slot for the Rams. Austin also will be a big help for the special teams, getting chances as both a punt and kick returner. Austin is a very small receiver, though, and lacks some strength. These are the only real knocks against him.

Fantasy Outlook: Sleeper
Austin has nice total yardage potential. He'll get plenty of chances to touch the ball in this offense. He should get around 1,000 total yards and six or so touchdowns. Austin can finish with around 80 or so receptions.

 #113  BenJarvus Green-Ellis (RB) Yr: 2012  TDs: 6  Yds: 1094  Rush: 278CincinnatiBye: 4 
 
Player News:
Green-Ellis set a career high in rushing yards, his first with the Bengals. He had the second 1,000-yard season of his career. He wasn't great early in the year but really finished well, having 100-yard games four of the six games he played. He did break a streak of two straight seasons with double-digit scores, though, scoring just six times. Green-Ellis also averaged less than four yards per carry for the year, which wasn't too impressive. He might have a hard time getting as much work this season as the Bengals try to find a more explosive back in the running back. Green-Ellis isn't a speed burner, but a solid inside runner and tough to bring down once he gets going. He does a good job of hitting the hole with a head of steam. He isn't much of a receiver, though, having 48 receptions in five seasons.

Fantasy Outlook:  
Green-Ellis might have a hard time repeating last year. We think he'll get fewer touches, so his numbers will suffer some. We still like his touchdown potential, though, and it could improve this season. Expect around 1,000 total yards and nine touchdowns for Green-Ellis.

 #114  Kyle Rudolph (TE) Yr: 2012  TDs: 0  Yds: 493  Recpts: 53MinnesotaBye: 10 
 
Player News:
Rudolph didn't have big reception or yardage totals last season but his touchdown total were among the best at tight end, scoring nine times last year. He was a top red-zone target in the passing game for the Vikings. He did fail to top 500 yards, though, but did have 53 receptions, doubling his total from his rookie season. Rudolph will be the top tight end in the Vikings' offense for years to come. His development into a bigger offensive player will hinge on Christian Ponder. If he makes strides, Rudolph can improve his numbers. Rudolph isn't much of a blocker but a top pass catcher. He has plus speed, very good hands and the ability to make the tough catch.

Fantasy Outlook:  
Rudolph has touchdown potential and his reception and yardage numbers could rise, but don't expect him to be a No. 1 fantasy tight end just yet. He remains more of a spot starter for fantasy teams. He will be up and down in this offense. Rudolph can finish with around 60 receptions for 600 yards and seven touchdowns.

 #115  Owen Daniels (TE) Yr: 2012  TDs: 6  Yds: 716  Recpts: 62BaltimoreBye: 12 
 
Player News:
Daniels had one of his better seasons as a pro last year, topping 700 yards for the third time. He had 62 receptions, which was the third best total of his seven-year career. Daniels didn't have huge weekly numbers for the Texans but was consistent, having six games with 50-plus yards. He had at least two receptions in every game played. Daniels remains a big part of the Texans passing game. The big issue for Daniels is staying healthy, failing to play a full season since 2008. When healthy, he has as much talent as any tight end out there. Daniels runs good routes and has solid hands, making him a nice possession receiver. He gets a lot of chances in the offense and is the second option in the passing game behind Andre Johnson.

Fantasy Outlook:  
Daniels is an injury risk but his upside is very high. His reception and yardage totals should be solid but his lack of scores hurts his value. His career high in touchdowns is six (last season). Consider him a low-end No. 1 for fantasy teams, capable of getting around 60 receptions for 700 yards and five touchdowns.

 #116  Fred Jackson (RB) Yr: 2012  TDs: 3  Yds: 437  Rush: 115BuffaloBye: 9 
 
Player News:
Jackson had an injury plagued season, missing six games. He was eventually placed on Injured Reserve because of a sprained knee. Jackson had 654 total yards and four touchdowns in 10 games. He produced when playing but C.J. Spiller really emerged while Jackson was out of the lineup. Spiller will get more work this season, meaning Jackson will lose out on some touches. Jackson might get a little more work than your typical backup, though. He has more than 1,000 total yards three of the last four seasons. Jackson isn't a huge back, but has good speed and great moves in the open field. He has improved as an inside runner and continues to make plays in the passing game. Jackson is 32 years old, though, which is a bit of a concern but his career high in carries is 237 so Jackson seems to have some life left in his legs.

Fantasy Outlook:  
Jackson can help as a flex play but Spiller is the back to own in Buffalo this season. But with that said, Jackson still has value. He'll get his touches, especially in the passing game. He can still help as a flex play and spot No. 2 back. He can get around 700 or 800 yards and six touchdowns.

 #117  Scott Chandler (TE) Yr: 2012  TDs: 6  Yds: 571  Recpts: 43BuffaloBye: 9 
 
Player News:
Chandler took another step forward last season as the starter for Buffalo. He had a career-high 43 receptions and topped 500 yards for the first time in his career. He also scored six touchdowns for the second straight season. Chandler is a top red-zone threat for the Bills. He should continue to start and get his chances in the offense, an offense that seems primed to be improved. Chandler is a huge target at tight end and uses his big frame well, especially in the red zone. He also doesn't have bad speed for his size and runs pretty good routes.

Fantasy Outlook:  
Chandler has value because of his touchdown potential. Don't consider him an every-week starter but a good spot play. His numbers could improve some on last season. A year with around 50 receptions for 600 yards and seven touchdowns is very possible.

 #118  Jeremy Maclin (WR) Yr: 2012  TDs: 7  Yds: 857  Recpts: 69PhiladelphiaBye: 7 
 
Player News:
Maclin didn't have quite the season as expected last year. He missed time because of injury once again and finished shy of 1,000 yards. He has yet to top 1,000 yards in a season since turning pro. He did 857-receiving yards, though, and score seven touchdowns. Maclin had three 100-yard games, including two his last four games of the season. Maclin's numbers suffered some last year because of erratic quarterback play. A new offense is in place this season and should produce big numbers in the passing game, which should be a plus for Maclin. He could get his most targets to date. Maclin is a big-play receiver for the Eagles. He has top speed and a knack for making big plays. Maclin is a much improved route runner and does a great job of making plays after the catch. He will continue to start and should serve as a top option in the Eagles pass-first offense.

Fantasy Outlook: Injury Concern
Maclin tore his ACL in training camp and is done for the year. It is a shame to see him get hurt in what could have been his best season to date.

 #119  Hakeem Nicks (WR) Yr: 2012  TDs: 3  Yds: 692  Recpts: 53IndianapolisBye: 10 
 
Player News:
Nicks had some injury issues last season and eventually needed minor need surgery. Nicks missed three games because of injury and finished with nearly 700-receiving yards and 53 receptions. His numbers were down as the Giants passing attack had their struggles last season. Nicks had just one 100-yard game, which came in Week 2. Nicks back-to-back 1,000-yard seasons before last year. He remains a big part of the Giants passing game, especially at age 25. He is in the prime of his career. Nicks is a big target with great hands and athletic ability. Nicks is a top big-play threat because of his speed and size. Nicks has been slowed by injuries each of the last two seasons, but played through pain much of the time.

Fantasy Outlook:  
Nicks is a bit of an injury risk after the past two seasons but his upside is high. You have to like his chances to rebound. He can be a solid No. 1 if all is going well for him. Nicks can get around 80 receptions for 1,100 yards and eight touchdowns. He is a good guy to target after the elite guys are gone.

 #120  Brian Hartline (WR) Yr: 2012  TDs: 1  Yds: 1083  Recpts: 74MiamiBye: 5 
 
Player News:
Hartline took his game to a new level last season, hitting the 1,000-yard mark. His previous career high was 615 yards, so he took a big step forward last season in the Dolphins new offense. Hartline had a 253-yard game in Week 4, which padded his stats, but had two other 100-yard games besides that. He did disappear a few weeks but his overall production was pretty steady, having 50-plus yards nine of 16 games. Hartline had multiple receptions all but two games. He'll continue to start in the offense but will be the No. 2 behind Mike Wallace this season. The addition of Wallace could open things up for Hartline some, though, leading to more open space for him. Hartline has good size, toughness and pretty good hands. He runs routes well and has enough speed to stretch the field, but lacks some explosiveness. He will make some big plays, though, and seems to have the knack for the big game.

Fantasy Outlook:  
Hartline has six touchdowns in four seasons, so his lack of scores hurts his fantasy value. But he has good reception and yardage potential in an emerging passing game. Hartline can get around 70 receptions again for 1,000 yards and five touchdowns. He is a low-end No. 2 or No. 3 fantasy receiver. Don't totally ignore him because of his lack of touchdowns in the past.

 #121  Cordarrelle Patterson (WR) MinnesotaBye: 10 
 
Player News:
Patterson gives the Vikings a big-time deep threat in the passing game. He is a game changer at receiver and should be the starter from day one his rookie season. Patterson has a good build for the receiver position and does a great job of stretching the field. He also is good at making a short pass into a big play because of his acceleration. Patterson isn't a great route runner yet, though, and had a few issues with drops in college.

Fantasy Outlook:  
Patterson has a ton of ability but playing with the Vikings doesn't help his fantasy value. If he were in a better offense, his value would be much higher. But for now, consider him a reserve and spot starter for fantasy teams. He could get around 60 receptions for 900 yards and five touchdowns.

 #122  Carson Palmer (QB) Yr: 2012  TDs: 22  Yds: 4018  Int: 14ArizonaBye: 4 
 
Player News:
Palmer missed the last game of the season because of rib and lung injuries but played pretty much the entire fantasy season. He wasn't a huge factor, though. Palmer did top 4,000-passing yards but had 23 touchdowns to 14 interceptions. His yardage numbers were fine but he didn't do a great job of producing in the red zone. Palmer had seven games with one or fewer scores. He did have six 300-yard games, though, so the yards were just fine. This was his first 4,000-yard season since 2007. Palmer has 23 or more touchdowns six of nine seasons. Palmer heads to Arizona this season to take over their starting duties. The Cardinals should have a pass-first offense that likes to push the ball downfield. Palmer should get plenty of chances to throw the ball. Palmer is an accurate passer with decent arm strength. He can make all throws and has always thrown the deep ball pretty well. He will force some throws, though, and make poor decisions. He has two seasons with 20 interceptions and has 30 interceptions in two seasons with the Raiders.

Fantasy Outlook: Sleeper
Palmer could see a spike in production this year in a pass-first offense with decent options at receiver. He still isn't a No. 1 but could be a solid No.2 for fantasy teams. We think he'll get around 4,000 yards and 25 touchdowns.

 #123  Riley Cooper (WR) Yr: 2012  TDs: 0  Yds: 248  Recpts: 23PhiladelphiaBye: 7 
 
Player News:
A collarbone injury knocked Cooper out of games early in the season but he was still able to nab a career-high 23 receptions in 11 games. He topped 50 yards just once but had multiple receptions seven of 11 games. Cooper has a chance to start this season because of the injury to Jeremy Maclin. Cooper has good size and seems a nice fit for the slot. He isn't a speed burner, but has solid hands and can make plays after the catch as evident by his 14.8 yards per reception. He probably doesn't have the breakaway speed to be an ideal starter, though. Cooper needs to continue to sharpen his route running if he hopes to play a bigger role in the offense.

Fantasy Outlook:  
Cooper is worth a late-round look if he gets the starting job in Philadelphia, which is very possible. We wouldn't expect huge numbers but he could get 800 or so yards and six touchdowns.

 #124  Rueben Randle (WR) Yr: 2012  TDs: 0  Yds: 298  Recpts: 19New York GiantsBye: 8 
 
Player News:
Randle didn't get many chance his rookie season but did make some big plays with his 19 receptions. He had three games with 50-plus yards and scored three touchdowns. He averaged nearly 16 yards per reception, showing his big-play ability. The No. 3 receiver job is Randle's to lose this season. And the Giants have produced some pretty good numbers for their No. 3 receiver in past seasons, so this is encouraging for Randle. He has very good size and speed. Randle is a tough cover at 6-4. Randle is a big-play threat that has solid hands. He needs some work on his route running, though, and could lack some consistency once again this season.

Fantasy Outlook:  
Randle could have some big games throughout the year but we expect some inconsistency. He has two elite receivers ahead of him on the depth chart, which will limit him some. Even with that said, the Giants throw often so Randle will get some targets. He can get 40 receptions for 600 or so yards and five scores, making him worth a look as a reserve.

 #125  Bernard Pierce (RB) Yr: 2012  TDs: 1  Yds: 532  Rush: 108BaltimoreBye: 12 
 
Player News:
Pierce had a strong finish to his rookie season and seems setup for a bigger role from day one in 2013. Pierce had 212-rushing yards his last two games and had a 100-yard game in the playoffs, having double-digit carries two of four playoff games. Pierce averaged a solid 4.9 yards per carry for the season. Ray Rice is the clear starter for the Ravens but Pierce might spell him a little more often this coming year. Pierce seems a good compliment to Rice. Pierce is more of a between the tackles runner, a good one-cut runner. He doesn't have top speed but made some big plays when given the chance last season, which is encouraging. Pierce has good size for the position and can make some moves in space.

Fantasy Outlook: Hot
Pierce is the handcuff for Ray Rice and has value even outside of that role. It wouldn't surprise to see him get 800 or so total yards and five touchdowns. He is worth a look as a No. 3 back. And if Rice goes down, Pierce could be an elite back for fantasy teams.

 #126  Steve Smith (WR) Yr: 2012  TDs: 4  Yds: 1174  Recpts: 73BaltimoreBye: 12 
 
Player News:
Smith had his second straight 1,000-yard season, finishing with similar numbers to his first season with quarterback Cam Newton. Smith had five 100-yard games. He didn't have many down weeks, either, getting fewer than 50 yards four times. The only negative for Smith last season was a lack of scores, getting just four touchdowns. He has seven or fewer scores six straight seasons. Smith has double-digit touchdowns just once his entire career. Even at age 34, Smith remains one of the top big-play threats in the NFL. He hasn't shown much signs of slowing down just yet. He remains a dependable starter in an emerging offense with big-play ability. Smith is a small target, but has great hands and surprising strength. He just makes plays with the ball in his hands.

Fantasy Outlook:  
Smith isn't an elite fantasy option but a solid No. 2 for fantasy teams. His lack of scores hurts his value. He is good for 1,000 yards and 70 or so receptions. Just expect about five or so touchdowns.

 #127  Mike Williams (WR) Yr: 2012  TDs: 9  Yds: 996  Recpts: 63BuffaloBye: 9 
 
Player News:
Williams had his best season since his rookie year. He was a much more consistent factor in the offense and missed hitting that 1,000-yard mark but just four yards. He was a top red-zone factor once again, scoring nine times. He scored touchdowns four of his last five games to end the season. Williams had three 100-yard games but six of 16 games with fewer than 50 yards. He was a little boom or bust at times but at least a factor each week in the offense. He'll start from day one across from Vincent Jackson this season. Williams has good size and strength, and does well in making plays downfield. He is an explosive player and top red-zone threat because of his size. He needs to improve his consistency going forward but made strides in that area last season, which is encouraging.

Fantasy Outlook:  
More consistent quarterback play would help his numbers, but he still has pretty good value for fantasy teams. Williams could hit that 1,000-yard mark this season. We like for him to get a little better. It wouldn't surprise to see him get 75 receptions for near 1,000 yards and eight or so scores. He is a low-end No. 2 or top No. 3 for fantasy teams.

 #128  Steve Johnson (WR) Yr: 2012  TDs: 6  Yds: 1046  Recpts: 79BuffaloBye: 9 
 
Player News:
Johnson had his third straight 1,000-yard season, having three very similar seasons the last three years. He didn't have a 100-yard game until Week 12 last season, but had three the last six games. He had another very steady season as the Bills No. 1 receiver. He averages 79 receptions for 1,041 yards and eight touchdowns the last three seasons. Johnson has decent size for the receiver spot. He runs well, makes the tough stretch and is a big-play threat. He does struggle with some key drops at times, but has shown improvement in that area the last few seasons.

Fantasy Outlook:  
Johnson isn't an off the charts fantasy receiver but consistent option. He is a top No. 2 for the coming season. His reception and yardage totals just keep him from being a No. 1. Johnson is good for another 1,000-yard, eight-touchdown season.

 #129  Brandon Pettigrew (TE) Yr: 2012  TDs: 3  Yds: 567  Recpts: 59DetroitBye: 9 
 
Player News:
Pettigrew had a bit of a down season last year, failing to top 70 receptions for the first time in a few seasons. He caught 59 passes but did miss two games because of injury, causing his numbers to drop some. He does have three straight seasons with 100-plus targets, though, so he is a big part of the Lions passing game. He had multiple receptions all but one of the games he played last season. Pettigrew is the complete package at tight end. He is a huge tight end with plus hands and top athleticism. His size makes him a tough cover for the opposition. He also is a willing blocker, which helps the Lions rushing attack.

Fantasy Outlook:  
Pettigrew isn't in that elite group of tight ends but just outside of them. He has just 14 touchdowns in four seasons, hurting his fantasy value. But he has high upside for receptions and yards. Pettigrew is usually good for around 70 receptions and 700 yards with four touchdowns.

 #130  Miles Austin (WR) Yr: 2012  TDs: 6  Yds: 943  Recpts: 66DallasBye: 11 
 
Player News:
Austin saw a dip in production with Dez Bryant emerging as the go-to option in the Cowboys passing game. Austin still isn't have a bad season but failed to top 1,000 yards for the second straight year. He had two 100-yards but also had seven games with fewer than 50 yards. Austin was a little inconsistent, getting a few less targets compared to past year. Austin remains a big part of the passing game, though, and will continue to start and get his weekly chances for the Cowboys. Austin is a big-play threat with the ball in his hands. He is a tall, lean receiver with plus speed. Austin still isn't quite as polished as a route runner as some of the elite receivers, but isn't too far behind those guys anymore.

Fantasy Outlook:  
Austin isn't the top option anymore but still a decent fantasy receiver. He can help as a low-end No. 2 or 3 fantasy receiver. He is capable of the big game in this offense. Look for a season with around 70 receptions for 1,000 yards and seven touchdowns.

 #131  Lance Moore (WR) Yr: 2012  TDs: 0  Yds: 1041  Recpts: 65PittsburghBye: 12 
 
Player News:
Moore had his first 1,000-yard season as a pro last year. He had a big season, breaking more big plays than previous seasons. He averaged 16 yards per reception, which was a career high (previous career high was 12.1). Moore had four 100-yard games and more than 50 yards all but five games. He was a consistent factor in the offense. His six touchdowns was his lowest total since 2009, though. He has eight or more touchdowns three of the last five seasons. Moore is a great fit for the No. 3 receiver spot for the Saints, a role he should continue to fill this season. Moore is a consistent, dependable receiver in the Saints pass-first offense. Moore isn't a big receiver, but is very fast and has good hands. He makes plays with the ball in his hands and seems to have a knack for finding the end zone despite his lower touchdown totals last season.

Fantasy Outlook:  
Moore gets overlooked at times but he is a legit low-end No. 2 or No. 3 for fantasy teams. He might have a hard time getting 1,000 yards again but is good for around 60 catches for 900 or so yards and eight touchdowns.

 #132  Tyler Eifert (TE) CincinnatiBye: 4 
 
Player News:
Eifert was the first tight end taken in this year's draft and will push Jermaine Gresham for playing time his rookie season. Eifert is a better big-play threat at tight end and should get plenty of chances even if Gresham remains the starter. Eifert is a tall tight end that is very athletic. He can stretch the field with his speed and has good hands to make the tough catch. He lacks a little bulk, though, and isn't much of a blocker for the tight end spot just yet.

Fantasy Outlook:  
Eifert might not start but still has some upside as another weapon in the Bengals passing attack. His numbers won't be off the charts but he can help as a spot starter for fantasy teams. He has big-game ability. He can get around 45 receptions for 600 yards and five touchdowns.

 #133  Dwayne Bowe (WR) Yr: 2012  TDs: 3  Yds: 801  Recpts: 59Kansas CityBye: 6 
 
Player News:
Bowe dealt with terrible quarterback play and missed time because of injury but still managed 801-receiving yards and three touchdowns in 13 games. He still played pretty well despite some things stacked against him. Bowe had two 100-yard games and just three games with fewer than 50 yards. He was pretty consistent much of the year. He gets a legit quarterback in Alex Smith throwing him passes this year and a new offense that should be pass friendly. Bowe seems setup for a big season. Bowe has 1,000-yard seasons three of his last five. Bowe is a big, strong receiver that isn't afraid to make the tough catch. He also is a load to bring down in the space because of his size and elusiveness. Bowe still struggles with some drops, lacking concentration at times.

Fantasy Outlook:  
Bowe has huge upside for this coming season. He should get plenty of targets in a much better passing game. Consider him a low-end No. 1 or top No. 2 for fantasy teams. He can get 85 receptions for 1,200 yards and nine touchdowns.

 #134  Coby Fleener (TE) Yr: 2012  TDs: 2  Yds: 281  Recpts: 26IndianapolisBye: 10 
 
Player News:
Fleener was slowed by an ankle injury his rookie season, which hampered his numbers down the stretch. He had just a reception each of his last five games of the season. Fleener had more than 50 yards just once all year, which was the first game of the season. Even before the injury, Fleener wasn't a huge, consistent part of the offense. He had 26 receptions for 281 yards in 12 games. He is the top target at tight end for the Colts, though, and should be a part of the passing game for years to come. Fleener is a big kid that runs good routes and has the athletic ability to make plenty of plays in the passing game. He lacks a little strength, though, and isn't a great blocker for a tight end.

Fantasy Outlook:  
His rookie year was a disappointment but Fleener can improve and help fantasy teams. He probably isn't a top No. 1 tight end but can be a spot starter this season. He should get his targets in a pass-heavy offense. Fleener can get 50 or so receptions for 600 yards and around six touchdowns.

 #135  Justin Blackmon (WR) Yr: 2012  TDs: 5  Yds: 865  Recpts: 64JacksonvilleBye: 11 
 
Player News:
Blackmon had a decent rookie season. He had some big moments but disappeared in other games. Blackmon had just one game that he topped 100 yards but that was a monster performance in Week 11, catching seven passes for 236 yards. That game really padded his stats. But the good news is Blackmon finished the season well, catching at least six passes each of the last four games. The Jaguars got better quarterback play late in the season, which coincided with better production from Blackmon. He'll be the No. 1 receiver for the Jaguars once again this season, looking to take a step forward from his rookie season. Blackmon is the complete package at receiver. He is very athletic and does a great job of going after the ball. He isn't a speed burner but a strong receiver with plus hands. He lacked some consistency his rookie year but should get better in that area with more seasoning.

Fantasy Outlook:  
Blackmon can take some steps forward this season and produce better for fantasy teams. He seems setup for his first 1,000-yard season and eight or so touchdowns. He can be a solid No. 2 for fantasy teams. Much will depend on the quarterback situation in Jacksonville but it should be better than last season, which should help Blackmon.

 #136  Mark Ingram (RB) Yr: 2012  TDs: 5  Yds: 602  Rush: 156New OrleansBye: 12 
 
Player News:
Ingram was able to stay healthy and saw a surge in production playing full a season, but still didn't produce great number. He was just over 600-rushing yards and scored five touchdowns. Ingram averaged a so-so 3.9 yards per carry. He did have eight games with double-digit carries, though, including seven of eight to end the season. This could be a sign for things to come for this coming year. The Saints should give him first crack at the bulk of the carries at running back this season. But the Saints like to rotate a host of backs at running back, so even if Ingram starts, he won't get the work of a normal starting back. Ingram is a big, physical back capable of moving the pile while running well between the tackles. He is a punishing runner with good vision and the ability to break off some long runs despite just so-so speed. He doesn't get much work in the passing game, though, which hurts his chances for more playing time.

Fantasy Outlook:  
Ingram has upside in this offense, but hasn't reached that yet. He could see a surge in production his third season but don't count on a huge year. We think he can get near 1,000 yards and double-digit touchdowns, making him a low-end No. 2 or 3 back for fantasy teams. Just don't be surprised if he disappears some weeks in this offense, competing for carries with some talented backs.

 #137  Aaron Dobson (WR) New EnglandBye: 10 
 
Player News:
The Patriots hoped to have found a starter at receiver for years to come in Dobson. He'll get his chance to start from day one but will need to show the team he is ready for that role in camp and preseason action. Dobson is a bit raw and didn't face top teams in college, so he has some question marks. But he is a great athlete that has a knack for the big play and finding the end zone. He has great size for the position and uses his great athletic ability to make plays.

Fantasy Outlook:  
Dobson is no sure thing because he is very raw and moves to a complex offense but it seems the Patriots think he can adjust, which is something to consider. He is worth a late-round pick because of the offense he plays, especially if he starts. We are looking for a season with around 50 receptions for 700 yards and five or so scores. His future seems brighter down the road.

 #138  Brent Celek (TE) Yr: 2012  TDs: 1  Yds: 684  Recpts: 57PhiladelphiaBye: 7 
 
Player News:
Celek had some big games last season but was a little up and down as was the entire Eagles passing game. Celek had a 100-yard game and three others with 50-plus yards but seven games with fewer than 40 yards. He finished with 684 yards, giving him 684 or more yards three of four seasons. His role with the Eagles isn't a sure thing this season with a new coach in place. Celek will have to prove he is a good fit for the new offense, an offense that will push the ball downfield. Celek isn't flashy, but runs good routes and has reliable hands. He has big-play ability at tight end. Celek also is a solid blocker, making him an even bigger asset for the offense. Injuries have slowed him some in recent years but he avoided the injury bug the last few seasons, which is encouraging going forward.

Fantasy Outlook:  
Celek is more backup material than anything for fantasy teams, especially after scoring just a touchdown last season. He has five or fewer scores three straight seasons. He has some reception and yardage potential, though, especially in a pass-first offense. He could get around 50 receptions for 600 yards and a few scores.

 #139  Kenbrell Thompkins (WR) New EnglandBye: 10 
 
 #140  Chris Ivory (RB) Yr: 2012  TDs: 2  Yds: 217  Rush: 40New York JetsBye: 11 
 
Player News:
Ivory had his lowest rushing totals of his career but did well with his chances. He ran for just 217 yards and had double-digit carries only once but averaged a career-high 5.4 yards per carry. Ivory had 716-rushing yards his rookie season but his numbers have declined each season since. But he has shared work and gotten sporadic carries, which doesn't help his cause. Ivory has some talent and could do well in an expanded role, which should happen with the Jets this season. Ivory will compete for the starting job and has a good chance to earn that role. Ivory is a big back that runs with power but also has decent speed and the ability to make some big plays. He isn't polished as a receiver, though, which hurts his chances to maximize his playing time.

Fantasy Outlook:  
Ivory sees a big spike in value with his move to the Jets. He has a legit chance to start this year. Nothing is certain with him but he is certainly worth a look as a low-end No. 2 or No. 3 back. He has some yardage and touchdown potential if he gets more chances, which seems likely this season. We wouldn't be surprised to see him get 800 or so yards and six touchdowns.

 #141  Marvin Jones (WR) Yr: 2012  TDs: 1  Yds: 201  Recpts: 18CincinnatiBye: 4 
 
Player News:
Jones got a little work in a reserve role his rookie season, catching 18 passes in 11 games. He got most of his work late in the season in an expanded role and had 45 or more yards three of the last four games. He was given more chances and made some plays. He'll be in the mix for the No. 3 receiver job from day one this season. Jones is a possession receiver and a good fit for the slot. He has good size at receiver and is a solid athlete. He has plus hands and runs good routes for a young player. Jones does lack a little speed, though, and lacks concentration at times.

Fantasy Outlook:  
Jones should get more work this season but probably isn't going to be a huge fantasy factor just yet. He seems setup to about double his work, catching around 40 passes for 400 yards and a few scores. He might be worth a late look in PPR formats.

 #142  Seattle Seahawks (Def) SeattleBye: 4 
 
 #143  DeAndre Hopkins (WR) HoustonBye: 10 
 
Player News:
The Texans hope to have finally found their starter opposite Andre Johnson. Hopkins is expected to fill that role from day one his rookie season. Hopkins is a good fit for the starter's job. He has good size and strength for the position, and is a good route runner for a young receiver. Hopkins does a good job of making the tough catch. He has good strength but will need to show he can play more physical in the NFL. He certainly has the ability.

Fantasy Outlook:  
Hopkins has some upside for the big game his rookie season. He'll be a little hit or miss with Johnson getting most of the targets but could be worth some spot starts for fantasy teams. He can get around 65 receptions for 900 yards and five touchdowns.

 #144  San Francisco 49ers (Def) San FranciscoBye: 8 
 
Player News:
The 49ers continue to have one of the top rated defenses/special teams in all of football. Their defense ranked third overall last season and allowed 17.1 points per game, which was the second best total in all of football. San Francisco was fourth against both the pass and run, showing dominance against both units. The 49ers do well in getting after the quarterback and creating turnovers. Their sack total of 38 wasn't off the charts last season but Aldon Smith was having a record breaking season before limping to the end of the season. If he can stay healthy, the sack potential of this unit is off the charts. Ahmad Brooks and Justin Smith provide a nice pass rush in addition to Aldon Smith, having double-digit sack potential. The secondary was good last season but could be even better if Nnamdi Asomugha can return to past form. He'll be the No. 3 cornerback but has the potential to play much better than that. The special teams also have potential with LaMichael James getting much of the work in both return games. He is a home-run threat with the ball in his hands and made a lot of plays last season when given the chance. Fantasy Outlook: The 49ers should be one of the first defense/special teams taken. This unit has it all - sack and interception potential, low yardage and point totals and above-average special teams play. You can't do much better than this unit come draft day.
 #145  Kenny Britt (WR) Yr: 2012  TDs: 4  Yds: 589  Recpts: 45St LouisBye: 4 
 
Player News:
Britt played about all season but didn't look 100 percent recovered from his torn ACL from the previous season. Britt lacked explosion last season and it showed in his play, topping 100 yards just once all year. He had just 589 yards in 14 games. Britt also wasn't helped by erratic quarterback play, which has impacted his career to date with the Titans. Britt has yet to top 800 yard in any season. He does have at least 40 receptions three of four seasons, though. He is the most talented receiver for the Titans and is in a contract year, so expect him to do all he can to take that next step forward this season. Britt is a big target that runs good routes and is capable of making a big-play in a hurry because of his top speed. He can take it to another level in a hurry. Britt will struggle with drops at times, but his concentration seems to be improving in this area. Britt has issues off the field and is another strike away from facing a long suspension.

Fantasy Outlook:  
Britt has off-the-field concerns but will produce as long as he stays out of trouble and gets back to full strength. A lot of his development hinges on Jake Locker. If he can play better this season, Britt's numbers can improve. Britt is capable of 1,000 yards and double-digit scores, but you better count on more like a season of 900 yards and seven touchdowns. Draft him as a low-end No. 2 or top No. 3 fantasy receiver. He has plenty of question marks surrounding him.

 #146  Danny Amendola (WR) Yr: 2012  TDs: 0  Yds: 666  Recpts: 63New EnglandBye: 10 
 
Player News:
Amendola had a hard time staying healthy last season but once again was the top receiver for the Rams when playing. He had 63 receptions in 11 games and finishes with 91 receptions for 969 yards and four touchdowns if he plays a full year. The issue for Amendola has been staying healthy, missing 20 games the last two seasons. He heads to the Patriots this season, taking over the Wes Welker role for the team. He has huge reception potential in this offense and should fit the Welker role very well. Amendola lacks size, but has good quickness and great hands. He runs good routes and is tough as nails for a player of his size. Amendola just moves the chains and has a knack for the extremely tough catch.

Fantasy Outlook:  
Amendola sees a big boost in value with his move to New England but is a risk because of his past injury history. But if he can play a full year, he can get 100-plus receptions and hit the 1,000-yard mark for the first time in his career. Consider him a low-end No. 1 for fantasy teams. Amendola can do some real damage in this offense.

 #147  Marcedes Lewis (TE) Yr: 2012  TDs: 4  Yds: 540  Recpts: 52JacksonvilleBye: 11 
 
Player News:
Lewis rebounded some from a poor 2011 but still wasn't hugely productive, mainly because of inconsistent quarterback play. He caught 52 passes for 540 yards, giving him 13 more receptions than the previous season. He had more than 50 yards just four times all season, so he was productive at times but not off the charts by any means. His best game came the last one of the year, catching seven passes for 103, padding his stats. Lewis has 500-plus yards three of the past four seasons. At 29 years old, Lewis is in the prime of his career. He is a big target with speed and athleticism. He is an ideal fit for the red zone because of his size and leaping ability. He needs to get more consistent quarterback play if he hopes to see his numbers rebound.

Fantasy Outlook:  
Lewis can do better than last season but don't expect him to reach '10 levels. He isn't going to be a consistent fantasy producer. He is a spot starter for fantasy teams. Lewis can get 55 or so receptions for 600 yards and five touchdowns.

 #148  Carolina Panthers (Def) CarolinaBye: 12 
 
 #149  Kansas City Chiefs (Def) Kansas CityBye: 6 
 
 #150  Joseph Fauria (TE) DetroitBye: 9 
 
 #151  Shonn Greene (RB) Yr: 2012  TDs: 8  Yds: 1063  Rush: 276TennesseeBye: 9 
 
Player News:
Greene had his second straight 1,000-yard season and had a career high eight touchdowns. But his season wasn't overly impressive, getting most of the carries in the Jets' offense. He topped 100 yards just twice and had fewer than 80-rushing yards all but three games. At this point, Greene hasn't shown he is a top starting running back in the NFL. He seems best suited as a backup, a role he should play this season with his new team, the Titans. Greene should be the No. 2 back for Tennessee but could get a little more work than your typical backup since he has a different skill set than starter Chris Johnson. Greene is a powerful back that does a good job of running between the tackles. He hits the hole in a hurry. He has battled some fumbling issues throughout his career, though, and doesn't make many big plays in the running game. Greene lacks breakaway speed.

Fantasy Outlook:  
Greene is likely to get fewer touches this season in a backup role. Consider him a flex option. He has some touchdown potential but his yards won't be very good. We like him for a season of around 700 total yards and six or so scores.

 #152  Denver Broncos (Def) DenverBye: 4 
 
 #153  Mikel Leshoure (RB) Yr: 2012  TDs: 9  Yds: 798  Rush: 215DetroitBye: 9 
 
Player News:
Leshoure didn't play the first two games of the season as he recovered from his torn Achilles but started pretty much the rest of the season. He played alright in a starting role, showing some flashes of good things along the way. He finished with 1,012 total yards and nine touchdowns in 14 games. He has just one 100-yard rushing game, though, which was in Week 3 - his first game of the season. Leshoure proved he could start in this league but needs to show improvement in some areas. Leshoure lacked a little patience running the ball. He also didn't display much big-play ability, averaging just 3.7 yards per carry. Leshoure is a big back that does well between the tackles. He can move the pile with his size and strength. Leshoure also does pretty well as a receiver as evident by his 34 receptions. He seems setup for a platoon role at running back for the Lions this coming season with Reggie Bush now on board. He'll be a backup more than anything but should get his chances.

Fantasy Outlook:  
Leshoure showed some promise last season, especially since he got most of the goal-line work. He has obvious touchdown potential in this offense. We just wouldn't expect him to improve much on last season with Bush getting most of the work at running back. Expect something around 650 total yards and six or seven touchdowns, making him a No. 3 back.

 #154  Heath Miller (TE) Yr: 2012  TDs: 8  Yds: 816  Recpts: 71PittsburghBye: 12 
 
Player News:
It was a bit of a surprise after the last few seasons but Miller had arguably his best season as a pro last year, setting career highs in yards (816) and touchdowns (8). He topped 70 receptions for just the second time in his career. Miller had 50 or more yards eight of 16 games. He was a big part of the Steelers new offense, an offense that gave Miller more than 100 targets for the first time in his career. Miller also got increased work in the passing game because of injuries, though, so keep that in mind for this season. He is returning from a major knee injury and is no sure thing to be ready for 2013. He could even miss some of the season. But when healthy, Miller will continue to start at tight end for the Steelers. Despite his size (6-5), Miller is quick and runs good routes, making him a tough cover. Plus, he is tough to bring down once he gets the ball.

Fantasy Outlook:  
Miller had a surprise season last year but is a concern because of the knee injury. He could be missing some time. He is worth a look as a No. 2 fantasy tight end, though. He has upside if he can get healthy. He certainly looked good in this offense last season.

 #155  Reggie Wayne (WR) Yr: 2012  TDs: 5  Yds: 1355  Recpts: 106IndianapolisBye: 10 
 
Player News:
Wayne certainly enjoyed his first season with quarterback Andrew Luck, having one of the better seasons of his career. He didn't show many signs of slowing down, topping 100 receptions and 1,300 yards. Wayne had three 100-yard games and at least 70 yards all but four games. He also had at least three receptions every game, proving to be a very consistent target in the passing game. Wayne scored just five touchdowns, though, despite having more than 100 catches. He wasn't a huge factor in the red zone, which has been the case in recent seasons. He has 15 touchdowns the last three years. He does have 1,000-yard seasons eight of nine years and 100-plus receptions four of those seasons. Wayne is 34 years old and probably played his best football in the past but didn't show many signs of slowing down last season. He remains a dependable, durable receiver. Wayne used to be mostly a top deep threat, but has emerged as one of the better possession receivers in the game. He has great hands and is a top route runner.

Fantasy Outlook:  
It will be hard for Wayne to match last season at this point of his career. He can still top 1,000 yards but don't expect the huge numbers of last season. He'll get 85 or so receptions and six touchdowns, making him more of a top No. 2 fantasy receiver than a No. 1. He has to start slowing down sooner than later, right?

 #156  Matt Prater (K) Yr: 2012  FGM: 26  FGA: 32DenverBye: 4 
 
Player News:
Prater had his most production season to date, posting 133 points in an explosive Broncos' offense. He made a solid 81 percent of his field goals, including 3-of-4 from 50-plus yards. Prater has 114 or more points three of five seasons with the Broncos. Prater has certainly enjoyed kicking in the thin air of Denver. Prater has a booming leg and continue to improve his accuracy. He is one of the more well-rounded kickers in the NFL.

Fantasy Outlook:  
As long as Peyton Manning is around, Prater is a top fantasy kicker. He'll get plenty of chances in this offense and has good long-distance potential. He should be able to finish with comparable numbers to last season, making him a top-ten fantasy kicker.

 #157  Isaac Redman (RB) Yr: 2012  TDs: 2  Yds: 410  Rush: 110PittsburghBye: 12 
 
Player News:
Redman started a couple games and had a 100-yard showing in Week 9 but didn't do much besides that game. In fact, he didn't have more than 50-rushing yards in any other game. Redman finished with 410-rushing yards, down 69 from the previous year. Redman hasn't taken off since entering the league, looking like backup material more than a starter. Redman isn't really a speed back but runs with some power and does pretty well between the tackles. He doesn't make a ton of plays to the outside, which is a concern for his long-term status. He should continue to play a backup role going forward.

Fantasy Outlook:  
Redman doesn't seem likely to take a big step forward this season. He might set career highs but that isn't saying much. Look for another season around 500 or 600 total yards with a couple scores. He isn't anything more than a low-end No. 3 or 4 fantasy back.

 #158  Chris Givens (WR) Yr: 2012  TDs: 0  Yds: 698  Recpts: 42St LouisBye: 4 
 
Player News:
Givens started his rookie season slow but emerged as a starter in the offense and the No. 1 receiver most of the year with Danny Amendola hurting. Givens finished with just fewer than 700 yards and three touchdowns. He had eight games with 50-plus yards after starting the year with just nine yards in three games. Givens should play a huge role in the offense from day one this year and could be the top target in this offense. Givens is a legit deep threat in the passing game. He has great speed and big-play ability, just running by defenders at times. His route running has improved but still could use a little work. If he can become more polished on his shorter routes, Givens could be a top receiver in this league.

Fantasy Outlook:  
You have to love his upside for this season. Givens has 1,000-yard potential after flashing very good things last season. He is a player on the rise and could be a low-end No. 2 or No. 3 fantasy receiver this season. Givens has a good chance to get around 70 receptions for 1,000 yards and seven touchdowns.

 #159  St. Louis Rams (Def) St LouisBye: 4 
 
 #160  Sam Bradford (QB) Yr: 2012  TDs: 21  Yds: 3702  Int: 13St LouisBye: 4 
 
Player News:
Bradford enjoyed his best statistically season as a pro. He had career highs in passing yards, touchdowns and rushing yards. He also completed 60 percent of his passes, which tied his career high of his rookie season. Bradford didn't have big statistically season by any means but was pretty consistent, normally getting around 200 yards and a few scores each week. He had seven multiple touchdown games and three 300-yard games. He still struggled at times, though, holding the ball too long and taking a lot of sacks once again. He looks indecisive at times and takes few chances. Bradford needs his receivers to step up, though. If the Rams get some better options for him, Bradford can improve even more. And he will be in the same offense for the second straight season for the first time in his career, which is a big plus for Bradford. He can make all the throws, is extremely accurate, and moves around the pocket well to make plays. Bradford is a better athlete than he is given credit for.

Fantasy Outlook: Sleeper
Bradford can improve on last season. He still isn't a great fantasy option but a decent backup. We think he can get around 3,500 yards and 25 touchdowns. The talent is there for Bradford to take another step forward this season. We just aren't sure he'll ever be that elite guy for fantasy teams as many first thought.

 #161  Emmanuel Sanders (WR) Yr: 2012  TDs: 0  Yds: 626  Recpts: 44DenverBye: 4 
 
Player News:
Sanders found his way into the starting lineup because of injury and didn't do too badly in a starting role. He had a career-best season, about doubling his stats across the board from the previous season. He had multiple receptions all but two games. His yardage numbers weren't great, though, having more than 50 yards just five times. Sanders has more than 500 yards just once in three seasons, which was last year. He has been reserve material more than anything but should get his chance to compete for a starting job this year. He has a chance for his most playing time to date as a pro. Sanders has top speed and can stretch the field in a hurry. He is a big-play threat in the passing game. Sanders also isn't a bad route runner for a young receiver.

Fantasy Outlook:  
Sanders can do better than last season but don't expect monster numbers. He can get 60 or so receptions for 800 yards and five touchdowns, making him reserve material for fantasy teams. He just doesn't seem to have the skill set to be an every-week fantasy player just yet.

 #162  Jermaine Gresham (TE) Yr: 2012  TDs: 5  Yds: 737  Recpts: 64CincinnatiBye: 4 
 
Player News:
Gresham had his best season as a pro last year, setting career highs in receptions and yards. He had 64 receptions for 737 yards. He had at least three receptions in all but the last game of the season, a game the Bengals rested their starters much of the game. Gresham had a 100-yard game and five others with 50-plus yards. He has 50-plus receptions three straight seasons to begin his career. His career high in touchdowns is just six, though, which is a bit of a surprise but he has the makeup to be a good red-zone target. Gresham doesn't have great speed at tight end, but is a top athlete that runs good routes. Gresham is a huge target at receiver. He still needs to work on his blocking, but has made some strides in that area. But the addition of rookie Tyler Eifert will cut down on some of Gresham's targets this season. He could be more of a blocker and safety valve for the Bengals this season.

Fantasy Outlook: Cold
Gresham is a backup fantasy tight end with the addition of Eifert to the Bengals. He doesn't have much touchdown upside but will get some receptions and yards. We think he can get around 50 receptions for 550 yards and a few scores.

 #163  Stephen Gostkowski (K) Yr: 2012  FGM: 29  FGA: 35New EnglandBye: 10 
 
Player News:
Gostkowski had a career high in points last season, scoring 153. He had double-digit points 10 of 16 games. He had just one game all season with fewer than six points. He also made 83 percent of his field-goal attempts and missed just two from less than 40 yards. He made both his field-goal kicks from 50-plus yards. Gostkowski has 125 or more points all but one season when he has played a full year. He plays in a great offense and gets plenty of chances for points. Gostkowski has a strong leg and is a fairly accurate kicker (84.2 percent made for his career). And the Patriots have a great offense, giving Gostkowski a few more chances than your average kicker.

Fantasy Outlook:  
Gostkowski doesn't have the long-distance potential as some kickers but he is a good bet to finish near the top of the league in points scored. He gets consistent points in a great offense. Expect more of the same this year. You can make a strong case to make Gostkowski the first kicker off the board come draft day. He'll be hard pressed to repeat last year but should be able to get around 140 points.

 #164  Bilal Powell (RB) Yr: 2012  TDs: 4  Yds: 437  Rush: 110New York JetsBye: 11 
 
Player News:
Powell started to get more and more work as the season progressed, especially with Shonn Greene showing little as the starter. And Powell didn't look too bad with his chances, finishing with 437-rushing yards in 14 games and averaged 4.0 yards per carry. He also did some damage in the passing game, catching 17 passes for 140 yards. He should have a bigger role from day one in 2013, likely serving as the top backup or No. 3 back for the Jets. Powell is more of a power back, doing well as a downhill runner and between the tackles. He doesn't have breakaway speed, but is a solid one-cut runner.

Fantasy Outlook:  
Powell might be worth a late-round pick in deeper leagues. He can improve on last season some but don't expect many more chances. He could get 600 or so total yards and a few touchdowns.

 #165  Mychal Rivera (TE) OaklandBye: 5 
 
Player News:
Rivera could be in the mix for playing time his rookie season. The Raiders don't have much on the depth chart at tight end, and Rivera might be the top pass-catching tight end on the team. He has some ability for the position. He really isn't a big-play threat but runs good routes and has plus hands. He does lack a little speed for the position, though, and isn't a great blocker despite his size.

Fantasy Outlook:  
Rivera has a chance to grab some playing time his rookie season but even if that happens, he isn't going to post big numbers. The Raiders don't use the tight end a whole lot. So he could get around 20 receptions and a score or two if all goes well.

 #166  New England Patriots (Def) New EnglandBye: 10 
 
Player News:
The Patriots defense had their struggles last season, ranking 25th overall while allowing 20.7 points per game. The good news was New England limited the points some despite allowing big yardage totals. It was a bend but don't break defense many weeks. The big struggles for the defense came against the pass, ranking 29th overall. The secondary did cause some turnovers, getting 20 interceptions but also allowed some big plays. With the secondary struggling, many teams didn't take to the run too often, helping that ranking. The Patriots were ninth against the rush. The addition of rookie defensive end Chandler Jones hopes to help the pass rush, a unit which was up and down last year. Rob Ninkovich does pretty well at the other pass rushing spot, racking up eight sacks last year. The secondary needs cornerbacks Aqib Talib and Alfonzo Dennard to make improvements next season if this unit hopes to improve much on last season. The duo has plenty of ability but need to show more consistency. The special teams aren't too impressive but the addition of Leon Washington could be a little boost to the return game. Washington has a history of producing well in this role but might be past his prime. Fantasy Outlook: The Patriots always seem to do pretty well in scoring for fantasy teams. They are opportunistic and get after the quarterback pretty well. This is a unit that seems to find the end zone a little more than your average defense. We like them as a top-10 fantasy defense. Just don't expect great numbers when it comes to yards and points allowed.
 #167  Danny Woodhead (RB) Yr: 2012  TDs: 4  Yds: 301  Rush: 76San DiegoBye: 10 
 
Player News:
Woodhead had one of his best seasons to date last year, scoring a season-high seven touchdowns. He also finished with career highs in receptions and receiving yards, catching 40 passes for 446 yards. He finished with 747 total yards, averaging 47 yards per game. Woodhead was the top third-down back for the team, a role he serves well. He averaged 727 total yards per season in three years with the Patriots. Woodhead is a very small back, but has great speed and moves in the open field. His lack of size will prevent him from being an every-down back, but he can be a top change-of-pace option. He'll serve this role with the Chargers this season, getting plenty of chances in the passing game and some carries.

Fantasy Outlook:  
Woodhead is a decent option in PPR leagues as a No. 3 back. He can get 30 to 40 receptions and 600 or so total yards with five touchdowns. Woodhead also will help a little in standard leagues as a No. 4 back but his value is more limited in those formats. A move to San Diego doesn't really hurt or help his value. He should get similar work.

 #168  Dwayne Allen (TE) Yr: 2012  TDs: 3  Yds: 521  Recpts: 45IndianapolisBye: 10 
 
Player News:
Allen turned out to be the more productive of the two rookie tight ends for the Colts last season, catching 45 passes for 521 yards and three touchdowns. He had four games with 50 or more yards and his season high in yards was 75 yards. He didn't have a huge season but was a consistent presence in the Colts pass-first offense. Allen should continue to get plenty of chances going forward for the Colts - even if he doesn't start. Allen is a solid pass catcher with a knack for picking up first downs. He has enough speed to stretch the field and is a tough cover because of his size. He isn't a great blocker but is making strides in that area.

Fantasy Outlook:  
Allen might have a hard time repeating last year if Coby Fleener can stay healthy all year. But even if Fleener is healthier, Allen will get his work. He can get around 40 receptions for 500 yards and a few scores. A bit of a dip in production wouldn't be a surprise.

 #169  Justin Tucker (K) Yr: 2012  FGM: 30  FGA: 33BaltimoreBye: 12 
 
Player News:
Tucker had a tremendous rookie season. He missed just three field goals all season, making 91 percent of his kicks. He scored 132 points and was one of the top kickers in the league last year. He didn't miss a kick less than 40 yards and made all four of his field goals from 50-plus yards. Tucker is the complete package at kicker. He has a strong leg and is accurate. He gained a lot of confidence last year and should get plenty of chances in this offense going forward.

Fantasy Outlook:  
Tucker is one of the top fantasy kickers in the game. He plays in an offense with a history of producing top fantasy kickers and is coming off a huge rookie season. He is a top-five fantasy option and you could even make a case for him being the first kicker taken come draft day. He can score around 140 points this season.

 #170  Donald Brown (RB) Yr: 2012  TDs: 1  Yds: 417  Rush: 108San DiegoBye: 10 
 
Player News:
Brown missed some time last season because of an ankle injury but wasn't much of a factor even before the injury. He got a few starts but didn't exactly excel with those chances. He had 417-rushing yards and averaged fewer than four yards per carry. He has gotten some chances to start in past seasons but failed to seize the opportunities. His career high in rushing is 645 and he has averaged fewer than four yards per carry three of four seasons. At this point, he is backup material, trying to be the No. 2 or 3 back. Brown has good speed and moves in well in space. He still doesn't have ideal size, hurting his chances to be an every-down back. He catches the ball well, though, and can be an asset some in the passing game. Brown struggles with consistency and lacks big-play ability.

Fantasy Outlook:  
Brown is going the wrong direction in his career. He isn't a fantasy factor right now. Expect a season with around 500 total yards and a couple scores.

 #171  Denarius Moore (WR) Yr: 2012  TDs: 0  Yds: 741  Recpts: 51OaklandBye: 5 
 
Player News:
Moore didn't have the breakout season as expected. He had some big games but was inconsistent for the Raiders. Moore had career highs across the board but his numbers were pretty mediocre. His best asset was finding the end zone, scoring seven times. Moore had just one 100-yard game, though, and topped 50 yards just six times. He had fewer than 50 yards seven straight games to end his season. Moore still is the favorite to be the No. 1 receiver for the Raiders this season. He still has a bright future if he can make some strides from last season. Moore has the skill to be a top deep threat in the league (averages 16.2 yards per reception). He has good straight line speed and can get deep in a hurry. He needs to improve his route running, though, to become a more complete package at receiver.

Fantasy Outlook:  
Moore will have some big games and finish with pretty good numbers his third season in the league. But don't be surprised if he disappears some weeks, which will drive fantasy teams a little nuts. Even with that said, Moore is worth a look as a top No. 3 fantasy receiver. He can get around 65 receptions for 1,000 yards and seven or so touchdowns.

 #172  Jacquizz Rodgers (RB) Yr: 2012  TDs: 1  Yds: 362  Rush: 94AtlantaBye: 9 
 
Player News:
As expected, Rodgers had a bigger role in the offense, about doubling his rushing attempts and receptions from the previous season. He finished with 764 total yards and two touchdowns. He did most of his damage in the passing game, catching 53 passes for 402 yards. He had more than 50-rushing yards just once all season, failing to get a ton of work running the ball. Rodgers had double-digit carries just three times. Rodgers is expected to serve a similar role this coming season but might get a few less carries with Steven Jackson around. Rodgers is a small back with good moves and solid speed. Rodgers does well as a receiver and hits the hole in a hurry when given a chance to run the ball. Rodgers is really small, though, which is why he is suited to be a third-down back more than a starter.

Fantasy Outlook:  
Rodgers has definite value in PPR leagues. He'll get plenty of receptions in the Falcons pass-heavy offense. Just don't expect a ton of rushing yards and touchdowns. And we aren't sure his numbers improve on last season with Jackson getting a lot of work at running back. He can get 700 or so total yards and a few scores.

 #173  Zach Miller (TE) Yr: 2012  TDs: 3  Yds: 396  Recpts: 38SeattleBye: 4 
 
Player News:
Miller had another mediocre season as the starter for the Seahawks. His numbers went up a little his second season with the team but not a whole lot. He still finished just shy of 400 yards and caught 38 passes. But his finish to the season was encouraging, having a 142-yards performance against the Falcons in the playoffs. It still isn't certain his role is expanding in the Seahawks' offense but it is possible. Miller could get some more targets in a more pass-heavy approach for Seattle. Miller had 680-plus yards three straight seasons with the Raiders but hasn't topped 400 yards in two seasons with the Seahawks. Miller is a gifted athlete with plus hands. He also has good speed for the position and blocks pretty well.

Fantasy Outlook:  
Miller is worth a look as a No. 2 fantasy tight end. He has some upside, especially in an emerging offense. And his finish to the season was encouraging, so he has some late-round upside. Miller has a chance to get 50 or so receptions for 500 yards and a few touchdowns.

 #174  Trent Richardson (RB) Yr: 2012  TDs: 11  Yds: 950  Rush: 267IndianapolisBye: 10 
 
Player News:
Richardson had an up and down rookie season as the Browns' offense struggled to move the ball much of the year. Richardson failed to top 1,000-rushing yards but did have three 100-yard games and 12 total touchdowns. His big touchdown totals made up for his lack of rushing yards. He had seven games with fewer than 50-rushing yards. Richardson was a surprise in the passing game, though, having 51 receptions. He finished the season with 1,317 total yards, so all was not lost by any means for Richardson. He'll only get better, especially as the Browns' offense improves, which should be the case this season. Richardson is a big back with pretty good speed. He is a physical runner that does well in finding the hole and making plays after contact. He is an improving receiver and does well in the screen game. Richardson doesn't have breakaway speed, though, and has a bit of a hard time breaking many plays to the outside.

Fantasy Outlook: Injury Concern
Richardson was overlooked a little last year but his numbers in the end were just fine for fantasy teams. He should improve on those this season, making him a guy to consider as a low-end No. 1 back. He has high upside as the workhorse back for the Browns. He can get 1,600 total yards and double-digit scores in 2013.

 #175  James Starks (RB) Yr: 2012  TDs: 1  Yds: 255  Rush: 71Green BayBye: 9 
 
Player News:
Starks had a chance to grab the starter's job in Green Bay but couldn't stay healthy last season, playing just six games. He did have 15 or more carries three of those games and finished with 255-rushing yards. He had 60-plus yards three of six games. Starks had 794 total yards the previous season but wasn't able to build on that momentum. He averages just four yards per carry for his career, lacking some big play ability. He seems better suited as a backup than a starter. Starks hits the hole in a hurry and does pretty well between the tackles. He can run with some power because of his size. He isn't a finesse runner. Starks still needs work on making the right read, but is making progress in that area.

Fantasy Outlook:  
Starks has some upside, but is a bit of a wild card after last season. Remember, he has failed to stay healthy for a full season in three years. Grab him as a late-round pick and hope for the best. If all goes well, he could get around 650 total yards and a few scores. We just don't see him as an every-down back.

 #176  Mike Evans (WR) ---Bye:  
 
 #177  Rob Housler (TE) Yr: 2012  TDs: 0  Yds: 417  Recpts: 45ArizonaBye: 4 
 
Player News:
Housler was the top pass-catching tight end for the Cardinals last season and set career highs across the board, more than doubling his numbers from the previous season. He had 45 receptions for 417 yards but failed to score a touchdown. He is expected to be the starter for the Cardinals this season, playing in a pass-first offense that should be much improved this season. Housler has plus speed for the tight end spot and his size makes him a big target over the middle in the passing game. He is a top athlete that could be the starter in Arizona for years to come. He does need to improve his blocking, though, if he hopes to be on the field on a regular basis.

Fantasy Outlook: Sleeper
Housler can improve some on last season but don't expect him to be anything more than a fantasy backup. He won't produce big enough numbers to be a weekly starter. He could get around 55 receptions for 500 yards and a few scores.

 #178  Markus Wheaton (WR) PittsburghBye: 12 
 
Player News:
Wheaton is a speed burner that seems likely to work out of the slot for the Steelers, stretching the field and turning short passes into big plays. Wheaton is a big-play threat with the ball in his hands. He isn't a tall receiver and lacks some toughness but catches the ball pretty well and has great speed. He should his targets as a rookie and be a big part of this offense for years to come.

Fantasy Outlook:  
Wheaton has some upside in a good offense but will compete with a host of others for targets, so his production will be a little hit or miss. We could see him getting around 55 receptions for 700 yards and a few scores, though, working out of the slot. He could help as a deep reserve for fantasy teams.

 #179  Jonathan Stewart (RB) Yr: 2012  TDs: 1  Yds: 336  Rush: 93CarolinaBye: 12 
 
Player News:
Stewart was knocked out of the last five games of the season because of an ankle injury. He needed surgery on the injury but should be fine for the coming season. Stewart wasn't too impressive before the injury, though, having 493 total yards and two scores in nine games. His yardage totals were the lowest of his career. The good news is Stewart is likely to be the starter and get most of the carries in the Panthers' offense this season. He just needs to stay healthy. Stewart has more than 1,000 total yards two of the last four seasons. He has double-digit touchdowns totals two of five seasons as a pro. At 26 years old, Stewart is in the prime of his career. He is a big back, but has plus speed and the ability to break a big play at any time. And he is a big-time factor in the passing game, having 64 receptions the last two seasons. He does lack consistency at times but his sporadic workload the last few seasons probably doesn't help him in this area.

Fantasy Outlook: Injury Concern
Stewart is never a sure thing but is capable of being a big help to fantasy teams if he stays healthy and gets most of the work at running back. He has high upside. Just don't expect big touchdown totals with Cam Newton stealing many of the rushing touchdowns. Consider Stewart a low-end No. 2 back or solid flex play for fantasy teams. He can get around 1,100 total yards and seven or so touchdowns.

 #180  Harry Douglas (WR) Yr: 2012  TDs: 0  Yds: 395  Recpts: 38AtlantaBye: 9 
 
Player News:
Douglas continues to work as the slot receiver in the Falcons' offense, posting very similar numbers the last two seasons in this role. He had 38 receptions for 396 yards and a touchdown last season. Douglas had just one game with more than 50 yards but had multiple receptions 12 of 16 games. Over the last two seasons, Douglas averages 39 receptions for 447 yards and a touchdown per season. He should continue a similar role this season for the Falcons. Douglas is a playmaker. He isn't very big, but has top speed and pretty good hands. He is tough to bring down in the open field with the ball in his hands.

Fantasy Outlook:  
His value would be better if Tony Gonzalez retired but as long as he is still around, we don't see a jump in production for Douglas. He should have similar season to the last few years, getting around 40 receptions for 450 yards with a touchdown. His lack of scores really hurts his fantasy production, scoring four times in four seasons. He is worth a look in PPR formats as a reserve but that is about it.

 #181  Cincinnati Bengals (Def) CincinnatiBye: 4 
 
 #182  Bryce Brown (RB) Yr: 2012  TDs: 4  Yds: 564  Rush: 115PhiladelphiaBye: 7 
 
Player News:
Brown had some big moments his rookie season, getting a chance to start because of injury and rushing for more than 165 yards in back-to-back starts. But he had fewer than 50-rushing yards every other game last year and had fumbling issues, losing three of them. Brown seems to have a bright future in this league, though, if he can solve his fumbling problems. He seems the complete package at running back. He is a big back that runs with power but also has speed to get to the next level in a hurry. He made a lot of big plays his rookie season. He also isn't a bad receiver but needs to improve some in that area. Brown should be the top backup for the Eagles and get weekly touches in the new offense.

Fantasy Outlook:  
Brown is worth a late-round pick come draft day. He has upside, especially if he starts getting around double-digit touches per game, which is possible. We think he could have a season with around 750 total yards and four or so touchdowns.

 #183  Jeff Cumberland (TE) Yr: 2012  TDs: 3  Yds: 359  Recpts: 29New York JetsBye: 11 
 
Player News:
Cumberland saw an increase in playing time last season and even got some starts because of injury. He showed he could handle a starting role, catching 29 passes for 359 yards and three touchdowns. He had three games with 50-plus yards and nine of 15 games with multiple receptions. Cumberland is going to be given a shot to start from day one this year. He has good size and strength for the position. He isn't very fast, though, and doesn't have much big-play ability. He is more of a possession receiving option at the position.

Fantasy Outlook:  
Cumberland seems likely to start but that doesn't mean he is a great fantasy option. He won't have many big games but could get consistent targets and yardage. A season with around 50 receptions for 500 yards and a few scores seems about right for Cumberland. He is a low-end No. 2 for fantasy teams.

 #184  Ryan Broyles (WR) Yr: 2012  TDs: 2  Yds: 310  Recpts: 22DetroitBye: 9 
 
Player News:
Just when Broyles was starting to play a bigger role in the offense, he tore his ACL. This was terrible news as he tore his other ACL the previous season. Broyles has a chance to be close to ready for the start of this season but nothing is certain, especially if you consider he is now playing on two surgically repaired knees. Broyles had 22 receptions for 310 yards in 10 games last season before the injury. He even had a 100-yard performance in Week 12. When he gets healthy, Broyles will challenge for a starting spot with the Lions. He projects more so for the top slot receive for the team, though. Broyles is a small, quick receiver that does well in space. He does a good job of getting open and making plays after the catch. His size causes him to get jammed at the line some, though, and likely prevents him from being a starter in this league.

Fantasy Outlook: Sleeper
Broyles is likely to be slowed much of the coming season, so don't bother with a roster spot for him - at least early in the season. His injury was a tough break for his career because he was just starting to get more chances for the Lions.

 #185  Garrett Graham (TE) Yr: 2012  TDs: 3  Yds: 263  Recpts: 28HoustonBye: 10 
 
Player News:
Graham saw a big increase in playing time his third season in the league, serving as the top backup for the Texans much of the year. He set career highs across the board, catching 28 passes for 263 yards. He had just one reception coming into last season. He should once again serve as the top backup for the Texans this year after doing well in that role last season. Graham is an athletic tight end and solid pass catcher. He can make plays behind the defense and does well in finding space in the secondary. He doesn't have great size, though, making him just a so-so blocker.

Fantasy Outlook:  
Graham might have a hard time topping last season unless Owen Daniels gets hurt. If Daniels goes down, Graham is a low-end No. 1 fantasy tight end. But with Daniels healthy, Graham can get around 30 receptions for 300 yards and a couple scores.

 #186  Chicago Bears (Def) ChicagoBye: 9 
 
Player News:
The Bears remain very productive for fantasy teams. Chicago has as much touchdown potential on defense/special teams as any unit in the league. The defense always seems to produce a few scores and the special teams is always dangerous because of return man Devin Hester. The defense remains, though, ranking fifth overall last year. They are getting younger at many spots and the new blood is playing well, especially guys like Major Wright, Chris Conte and Corey Wootton. The Bears are equally solid against the pass and rush, ranking eighth in both categories last year. The line will produce solid sack totals and the secondary led the league in interceptions last year (24). Hester has lost a little as a return man but still remains plenty productive. He is capable of a touchdown every time he touches the ball. Fantasy Outlook: The Bears are a top-five fantasy defense/special teams and you can make a case for taking them first overall at the position. This unit provides a little bit of everything - sacks, interceptions and touchdowns. If you take the Bears, you'll be set at the position for the entire season.
 #187  Gavin Escobar (TE) DallasBye: 11 
 
Player News:
Escobar will be the top backup for the Cowboys his rookie season but should get his chances in the passing game as the Cowboys implement more two tight-end sets. Escobar isn't much of a blocker or very physical but excels in other areas. He has speed to stretch the field and good hands to make the tough catch. He plays more like a receiver than a tight end, making him a tough cover for the opposition. He'll be groomed to eventually be the replacement for Jason Witten.

Fantasy Outlook:  
Escobar doesn't have a ton of value with Witten around but will get some chances. He is a playmaker, so the Cowboys should utilize his abilities. He can get around 30 receptions for 425 yards and a few scores.

 #188  Steven Hauschka (K) Yr: 2012  FGM: 24  FGA: 27SeattleBye: 4 
 
Player News:
Hauschka had his best season as a pro, setting career highs in field-goal percentage and points. He made 89 percent of his field goals, missing just three all season. He did miss two extra points, though, which was disappointing considering the rest of his season. He finished with 118 points. He averages 114 points per season in two years with the Seahawks. He remains the top kicker for Seattle, an emerging offensive team. Hauschuka has an extremely strong leg. He isn't the most accurate kicker but is getting better and better in this area. He is just 28 years old and in the prime of his career.

Fantasy Outlook:  
Hauschuka should do well once again, getting a good number of chances in this offense. He can score around 125 points and make some long-distance kicks because of his strong leg. He is a legit No. 1 for fantasy teams, a guy that you can get very late come draft day.

 #189  Jacob Tamme (TE) Yr: 2012  TDs: 2  Yds: 555  Recpts: 52DenverBye: 4 
 
Player News:
Tamme enjoyed getting reunited with Peyton Manning last season, posting good numbers in his first season with the Broncos. He had 52 receptions for 555 yards and two scores. His numbers were the second best of his career. He had four games with 50 or more yards, so his big games were a little few and far between. He'll get his chances in the offense but might get even fewer targets this year with Wes Welker around. But even with that said, Tamme is the top pass-catching tight end in the offense. Tamme is a solid receiver with the speed to stretch the field. He plays more like a receiver than a tight end, making him a tough cover for the opposition. Tamme isn't much of a blocker, but he isn't needed to fill that role much in this offense.

Fantasy Outlook: Cold
Tamme isn't an elite tight end or sure starter but a good spot play for fantasy teams. He is more of a top No. 2 for fantasy teams. His numbers could dip a little this season, getting around 45 receptions for 500 yards and a few scores.

 #190  Stedman Bailey (WR) St LouisBye: 4 
 
Player News:
Bailey likely starts his rookie season in a reserve role but could be a starter before long. He lacks some size and isn't a speed burner but runs very good routes and has plus hands. He will make the tough catch and has a knack for getting open. He makes the most of his abilities and could blossom in the NFL after a few seasons. For now, expect him to be the No. 3 or 4 for the Rams.

Fantasy Outlook:  
This season probably isn't the one to own Bailey but you have to like his upside going forward. He could be a starter in another season or two. For this year, expect about 30 receptions for 400 yards and a few scores.

 #191  Brandon Myers (TE) Yr: 2012  TDs: 4  Yds: 806  Recpts: 79Tampa BayBye: 7 
 
Player News:
Myers won the starting job before last season and had a breakout year as a starter for the Raiders. Myers never had more than 20 receptions in a season before last year but managed to grab 79 passes for 806 yards last season. Myers had nine of 16 games with 50-plus yards. He was a consistent force in the offense and the most reliable target for the Raiders. Myers signed a deal with the Giants in the offseason to take over as their No. 1 tight end. He should fit the role well. Myers has good size and strength for the position. He lacks a little speed but makes up for that well because of good route running and solid hands.

Fantasy Outlook:  
Myers is going to have a hard time repeating last season with his new team. The Giants don't have a big history of producing big fantasy tight end seasons. And Myers has a lot to compete with for targets on the Giants. He could get around 60 receptions for 650 yards and five touchdowns. He is spot start material for fantasy teams.

 #192  Ted Ginn Jr. (WR) Yr: 2012  TDs: 0  Yds: 1  Recpts: 2ArizonaBye: 4 
 
Player News:
Ginn got very little work as a receiver last season, catching just two passes, but helped as a return man on special teams once again. His value is as a returner more than anything these days. He has fewer than 20 receptions three straight seasons. Things could change for Ginn some this season with a move to Carolina, though. He might get a few more chances to stretch the field as the Panthers are looking for playmakers at receiver. Ginn has track speed, making him a good deep threat in the passing game and top return man. He struggles with drops, though, and isn't much of a route runner. He'll continue to get sporadic work at receiver, but should get plenty of chances to return punts and kicks.

Fantasy Outlook:  
Ginn could see a little surge in stats as a receiver but nothing huge. He might get 25 or so receptions for 400 yards with a few scores. He still is a reach for fantasy teams unless you are in a return yardage league.

 #193  Travis Kelce (TE) Kansas CityBye: 6 
 
Player News:
Kelce will compete for the starting tight end job his rookie season with the Chiefs. He has plenty of upside but carries some baggage after missing his entire senior college season because of suspension. But if he gets his act together, Kelce has plenty of upside. He is a big target with speed, athleticism and plus hands. He also is a good blocker. He really is a complete package at tight end. Kelce can work on his route running some but should improve in that area over time.

Fantasy Outlook:  
Kelce is a guy to take a chance on come draft day. He has a lot of talent and could be the starter in a pass-first offense. He is capable of the big game. We wouldn't be surprised to see him get 50 receptions for 600 yards and six or so touchdowns. He is worth a late-round grab as a No. 2 fantasy tight end.

 #194  Da'Rick Rogers (WR) IndianapolisBye: 10 
 
 #195  Greg Little (WR) Yr: 2012  TDs: 4  Yds: 647  Recpts: 53ClevelandBye: 4 
 
Player News:
Little didn't have quite the season as expected, getting fewer reception and yards than his rookie year. He did have more touchdowns, though, scoring four. Little had eight games with 50-plus yards but his season high in yards was 77. Little didn't have many big games in an offense that struggled to throw the ball often last season. In two seasons, Little averages 57 receptions for 678 yards and three touchdowns. He'll challenge for a starting job with the Browns this season but will need to make some strides as a receiver to earn that spot with the new coaching regime. Little is a big receiver that can get downfield in a hurry. He'll make the tough catch in traffic and does a good job of making a big play out of a short reception. He isn't a polished product, though, and needs to improve his route running and consistency.

Fantasy Outlook:  
Little has some upside to take a step forward but nothing is certain with him at this point. He just hasn't progressed as expected. He has a chance to set some career highs but that isn't saying a whole lot. We are looking for a season with around 65 receptions for 750 yards and five or so touchdowns. Consider him a low-end No. 3 or No. 4 for fantasy teams.

 #196  Stephen Hill (WR) Yr: 2012  TDs: 3  Yds: 252  Recpts: 21New York JetsBye: 11 
 
Player News:
Despite the Jets needing all sorts of help at receiver, Hill didn't get a ton of work his rookie season. He did miss some time because of a knee injury, which eventually required minor surgery, but had just 21 receptions in 11 games. His season highs came in Week 1, catching five passes for 89 yards and two touchdowns. He didn't do much after that game. Hill wasn't helped by poor quarterback play, though, so his numbers can improve if that area gets better. Hill should be given every shot to win a starter's job for the Jets. He gives the Jets a top deep threat at receiver. Hill is a very athletic receiver with the ability to get deep in a hurry and make a big play. Hill remains a bit raw, though, and needs to work on his route running and consistency. He could have some ups and downs once again in 2013.

Fantasy Outlook:  
Hill is an exciting talent but plays for a poor offensive team. This doesn't help his fantasy value. He should improve on last season but probably won't have big numbers. He might get 50 or so receptions for 800 yards and five touchdowns. He is a depth guy for fantasy teams more than anything.

 #197  Toby Gerhart (RB) Yr: 2012  TDs: 1  Yds: 169  Rush: 50JacksonvilleBye: 11 
 
Player News:
Adrian Peterson was full strength sooner than expected and got about all the work at running back last season, limiting Gerhart. He had the fewest carries in three seasons with the Vikings, rushing just 50 times. His rushing yardage total was his lowest as a result. He got his usual work in the passing game, though, catching at least 20 passes for the third straight season. Gerhart should continue to play a similar role this season for the Vikings, serving as the top backup at running back. Gerhart lacks breakaway speed, but is a very good between the tackles runner that does well in finishing his runs. He isn't a bad receiver out of the backfield or blocker, which helps his case to find the field. Gerhart might not be the best athlete on the field, but he is a gamer.

Fantasy Outlook:  
Gerhart is the handcuff for Adrian Peterson, but doesn't have much value besides that. Even if he were forced to start, his numbers wouldn't be off the charts if you consider his skill set. Consider him a No. 4 back for fantasy teams. He could get around 400 total yards and a few scores.

 #198  Andre Brown (RB) Yr: 2012  TDs: 8  Yds: 385  Rush: 73HoustonBye: 10 
 
Player News:
A broken leg cut short his season last year but Brown emerged as a legit threat in the Giants running game. This bodes well for his future with the team. Brown is expected to serve as the top backup for the Giants this year. Brown ran for 385 yards and averaged nearly six yards per carry last year. He scored eight touchdowns, showing he could be a top short-yardage option for the team. Brown is a good straight-ahead runner that does well between the tackles. He does a good job of hitting the hole in a hurry. Brown isn't really a home-run threat, though, because he lacks a little bit of a second gear but can break some long plays on occasion.

Fantasy Outlook: Injury Concern
Brown has a chance to be a legit fantasy starter this season. He could be a top No. 2 back, likely getting the goal-line chances as well as double-digit touches per game. Brown could have 800 or so total yards and double-digit scores.

 #199  Phil Dawson (K) Yr: 2012  FGM: 29  FGA: 31San FranciscoBye: 8 
 
Player News:
Dawson had arguably his best season of his career last year, making 94 percent of his field goals and scoring 116 points. He missed just two field goals all season. He actually didn't miss a kick of 40-plus yards and was a very good 7-of-7 on kicks of 50 or more yards. Dawson heads to the 49ers this season, a team that has produced huge seasons for kickers the last several seasons. Dawson could be lined up for one of his best seasons at age 38. Dawson still has a plenty strong leg despite his age. He also is accurate, making 84 percent of his kicks for his career.

Fantasy Outlook: Hot
Dawson will be an elite fantasy kicker this season. He has the potential for 140-plus points in this offense. He should be one of the first kickers off the board come draft day.

 #200  Kendall Hunter (RB) Yr: 2012  TDs: 2  Yds: 371  Rush: 72San FranciscoBye: 8 
 
Player News:
Hunter missed the last five games of the season because of an Achilles' injury. He was the top backup at running back before the injury, though, and played pretty well with his chances. He had 371-rushing yards and scored two touchdowns, averaging more than five yards per carry. He'll compete for that top backup spot again this year but might be destined to be the No. 3 back for the 49ers with LaMichael James expected to play a bigger role. Hunter might lack some size to be a starter, but has good quickness and does well in space. He also is a solid receiver but didn't get a ton of work in that area last season. Despite his size, though, Hunter runs with some power and physicality. He has good vision and does well hitting the hole in a hurry.

Fantasy Outlook:  
Hunter gets his weekly chances and has some total yardage potential in this offense. He could improve a little on last season but will need to hold off a host of other backs for playing time. If that happens, he can get 500 or so total yards and four touchdowns. He is a playmaker, so the 49ers will try to get him involved.


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