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2014 Week 1 Flex Projections
Updated: 09/02/14
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Choose a Scoring System:
Rushing
TD 1-9 = 6
TD 10-19 = 6
TD 20-29 = 6
TD 30-39 = 6
TD 40-49 = 6
TD 50+ = 6
1 pt every 10.0 yds
Fumbles = -2
Receiving
TD 1-9 = 6
TD 10-19 = 6
TD 20-29 = 6
TD 30-39 = 6
TD 40-49 = 6
TD 50+ = 6
1 pt every 10.0 yds
Position: QB | RB | WR | TE | Flex | PK | Defense | All by Fantasy Points
Other Formats: XML | High Precision


Rank Pos Name Team Vs Rushing Receiving Fantasy
Points
Att Yards TD
Total
TD
1-9
TD
10-19
TD
20-29
TD
30-39
TD
40-49
TD
50+
Fum Rec Yards TD
Total
TD
1-9
TD
10-19
TD
20-29
TD
30-39
TD
40-49
TD
50+
1WRJohnson,CalvinDETNYG0000000000591311100032
Double and even triple coverage will not slow him down. 
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2TEThomas,JuliusDENIND0000000000452311100027
Has proven to be quite the matchup nightmare for opposing defenses, when healthy. Clearly in line for an expanded role going forward, which fantasy owners are drafting him early in anticipation of. 
3WRThomas,DemaryiusDENIND0000000000695211000027
Although Eric Decker will be missed in this offense, Demaryius is poised to benefit from an increase in targets downfield. Vontae Davis, Greg Toler and Darius Butler are decent enough, but have another thing coming if they intend to shut Denver's primary receiving weapon down. 
4WRGreen,A.J.CINBAL0100000000683211000026
Green is the reason Dalton got paid, it's usually the qb that makes the receiver, but there are exceptions to every rule. 
5WRMarshall,BrandonCHIBUF0000000000688211000026
The Bills will not be able to cover both he and Alshon Jeffery, look for a strong week to open up the season. 
6TEGronkowski,RobNEPMIA0000000000580211000025
Current reports have Gronkowski returning to action week 1. As always check his injury status for week 1 prior to starting. 
7WRJones,JulioATLNOS0100000000678211000025
Jones is a must-start. His surgically repaired right foot passed all preseason tests with flying colors. The fourth-year pro looked like his explosive self when he hit pay dirt on 52-yard catch-and-run during the Falcons' third preseason game. 
8TEGraham,JimmyNOSATL0000000000583211000025
Drew Brees' favorite target is a must-play. Graham has scored in three of his last four games against the Falcons. 
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9TEReed,JordanWASHOU0100000000558211000022
Outside of Garcon, Reed makes for the safest receiving start. With all the questions surrounding RG3 and the pressure he'll be facing up front, he's going to want to get the ball out quick. Reed will feed off of that formula. 
10WRBrown,AntonioPITCLE0000000000684100001020
Look for the Steelers to try to shift Brown to Justin Gilbert's side early and often, rookie exploitation to the n'th degree. 
11WRCruz,VictorNYGDET0100000000687100100020
Cruz could see close to ten targets in week one as the Giants are sure to fall behind early. The question is how many of those targets are even possible to be caught? Eli will be looking for his security blanket a ton in 2014. 
12TECameron,JordanCLEPIT0000000000448211000020
Cameron has had a very bad camp, so while we hesitate to hit the panic button this early, if possible we recommend looking elsewhere week one. Make him show it first. 
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13WRBryant,DezDALSFO0000000000679110000019
The 49ers secondary is no joke but Dez is second to only Calvin Johnson in dominance. He'll get his week in and week out, starting on opening day. If Dallas falls behind early, Bryant could finish the week as the number 1 WR. 
14WRJeffery,AlshonCHIBUF1400000000581110000019
With Brandon Marshall on the opposite side of the field, Jeffery will have room to roam in the Buffalo secondary. 
15WRWayne,ReggieINDDEN0000000000675110000019
By all accounts the 35-year-old Wayne has looked good coming off ACL surgery, and he is expected to resume his role as Andrew Luck's favorite target. Start Wayne as a No. 3 fantasy receiver versus a Denver defense that gave up the ninth-most fantasy points to enemy wide outs in 2013. 
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16WRFitzgerald,LarryARISDC0000000000669110000018
With realistic expectations he'll be a solid performer. He hasn't topped 90 receptions since 2010 but is still a great red zone threat. Double digit touchdowns are certainly a possibility again but that's probably best case scenario. 
17WRDecker,EricNYJOAK0000000000573110000018
 
18WRJones,JamesOAKNYJ0000000000570110000018
A notable free agent signing for this team, Jones has benefited from a concerted effort to get him the ball. Oakland's passing attack by & large has a ways to go, and it remains to be seen whether Jones can handle the extra defensive attention that accompanies WR1 duties. 
19RBCharles,JamaalKCCTEN189511000000430000000018
More often than one might think, games are won or lost depending on whether Jamaal Charles is featured in your lineup or that of your opponent. For all the nuance inherent to fantasy football, sometimes the reality is as simple as that. The minor foot injury Charles suffered in training camp prompted an early exit from live preseason action, but will have no bearing on Week 1. 
20RBPeterson,AdrianMINSTL2110711000000320000000018
One of the best at his position, even battling through an eight man front he will excel this week. 
21WRMaclin,JeremyPHIJAC0000000000572110000018
Start him while you got him. As Sam Bradford showed, an injury prone player with such an significant injury may not be around very long. He's a great start against a porous pass defense. 
22WRCrabtree,MichaelSFODAL0000000000573101000018
Don't let the single catch so far be a deterrent. He's the real deal and Kaepernick is a different quarterback with him on the field. He's finally healthy and will put up the numbers people have been expecting. 
23WRAustin,MilesCLEPIT0100000000574110000018
 
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24WRNelson,JordyGBPSEA0000000000569110000017
 
25WRShorts,CecilJACPHI0000000000566110000017
The Jaguars' top receiving threat has been slowed by a hamstring injury during the preseason and didn't look healthy in game action. Assuming Shorts is healthy enough to suit up, he is a risky play as a flex or low-end No. 3 fantasy receiver. 
26RBForte,MattCHIBUF178011000000430000000017
The Bears balanced attack will translate into plenty of running room for Forte. Cutler will also have him involved in the passing game, fortifying him as one of the top fantasy producers. 
27WRColston,MarquesNOSATL0000000000564110000017
Colston is commonly regarded as the Saints' most consistent wide receiver, and he will enter the 2014 season without any of the nagging foot injuries that have plagued him in the past few years. Start Colston as a No. 3 fantasy wide out versus an Atlanta defense that ranked close to average in fantasy points surrendered to enemy receivers last season. 
28WRBenjamin,KelvinCARTBB0100000000565101000017
The rookie first-rounder has claimed a spot in the starting lineup thanks to an impressive preseason showing, and Cam Newton is expected to target the 6-foot-5, 240-pound Benjamin heavily. However, keep in mind that rookie receivers are prone to up-and-down fantasy performances. The Tampa Bay defense ranked just 21st in fantasy points allowed to the receiver position last season. In addition, Newton (ankle, ribs) is banged up. If he plays, start Benjamin as a flex. 
29RBMcCoy,LeSeanPHIJAC178111000000330000000017
 
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30WRWatkins,SammyBUFCHI0100000000460110000016
Watkins is still will working on building his rapport with Manuel. He is expected to start week 1 after missing time with a rib injury. 
31WRAllen,KeenanSDCARI0000000000468110000016
Following his scintillating rookie campaign, Keenan squares off against one of the league's more accomplished cover corners in Week 1. You needn't slide him so far down the rankings that he's no longer in fantasy WR2 consideration, but a lowering of expectations seems in order. 
32WRWhite,RoddyATLNOS0000000000465110000016
The 32-year-old White enters the 2014 season with a clean bill of health. The strong rebound candidate is a must-start in what will be a pass-happy offense. 
33WRWelker,WesDENIND0000000000552110000016
Check back closer to gametime, as his injury status (concussion) is currently up in the air. If he does play, Welker is a safe WR2 play in PPR formats. 
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34WREdelman,JulianNEPMIA0000000000549110000015
Edelman is still Brady's favorite receiver, but it will be difficult for Edelman to repeat last year's production with Gronkwoski and Dobson back in action. 
35RBBall,MonteeDENIND177911000000325000000015
Although its personnel was bolstered with the signing of D'Qwell Jackson in the offseason, the Colts run defense remains vulnerable. With a healthier O-line blocking for him and Knowshon Moreno having moved on, Montee is up for the task. Don't be surprised when this team executes more balance offensively. 
36RBLynch,MarshawnSEAGBP188211000000213000000015
There were plenty of off field distractions that pushed Lynch down draft boards. He'll still be running hard and producing now that it counts. His carries may drop a bit to keep him fresh for the whole season but he's one of the few workhorses left so you start him regardless. 
37RBGore,FrankSFODAL208411000000113000000015
Despite his age and workload, Gore remains a solid play on a weekly basis based upon Santa Clara's committment to the run. It's a similar situation to Seattle and Marshawn Lynch. He'll receive a few less carries but is still the goal line back making him a very reliable RB2. 
38WRCobb,RandallGBPSEA0200000000457110000015
 
39RBBush,ReggieDETNYG104500000000655101000015
A split back situation is in the cards this year as it will likely be Joique Bell getting the call, especially at the goal line. Bush's value will be in the passing game, a bonus for those PPR leagues. 
40WRRandle,RuebenNYGDET0000000000452100100015
If Eli gets jittery in the pocket, and versus the Lions' front he probably will, he'll be looking to get the ball out early and over the middle. That plays right into Randle's favor. 
41TEPitta,DennisBALCIN0000000000549110000015
The Bengals don't have the greatest coverage options vs right ends, so Pitta could be in for a big week one, 
42TEDavis,VernonSFODAL0000000000454110000015
All positives coming out of camp for him this year. Reportedly looks fast and in shape despite his early holdout threats. He'll provide matchup problems as he always has and now has an offense willing to throw the ball downfield more often. 
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43RBJackson,FredBUFCHI156311000000323000000014
Jackson won't see as many carries as Spiller but he will see action in the passing game. He is also projected to be the goal line running back. 
44RBLacy,EddieGBPSEA197811000000218000000014
The running will be very tough this week, but with little competition at the position, Lacy will get the bulk of the work for Green Bay. 
45TEMiller,HeathPITCLE0000000000445110000014
Miller will find life more challenging as the Browns have upgraded their pass coverage vs tight ends,look elsewhere this week. 
46TERudolph,KyleMINSTL0000000000446110000014
He's had a strong preseason, do not be afraid to start him if you were not able to secure any of the top fantasy tight ends. 
47TEErtz,ZachPHIJAC0000000000443110000014
 
48RBBell,Le'VeonPITCLE186511000000326000000014
Bell looks slimmer and is moving better. You drafted him to start him and there is no reason to bench him given the opponent. 
49RBMurray,DeMarcoDALSFO146711000000323000000014
With Navarro Bowman out for the first six week and Aldon Smith suspended, the San Fran defense is not as prolific as they were last season. Romo is back from surgery but the offense will likely lean on Murray more in the beginning of the year to keep Romo from getting reinjured. Murray could see a ton of touches in week one. 
50RBFoster,ArianHOUWAS166911000000320000000014
Nursing a lingering case of 'anti-awesomeness,' Foster (hamstring) sat out Houston's first three preseason contests, but the team insists he'll be ready to go in Week 1. Assuming Foster is a full-go, he would be a strong play versus a Washington defense that surrendered the seventh-most fantasy points to opposing running backs last season. Double check Foster's playing status before you insert him into your starting lineup. 
51TEGraham,GarrettHOUWAS0000000000446110000014
Although Graham has been very quiet during the preseason, he is expected to have a large role in a new Houston offense that will frequently feature two-tight end formations. In addition, Ryan Fitzpatrick loves to throw to his tight ends. Until we see that upside from Graham during the regular season, however, keep him parked on your bench. 
52RBStacy,ZacSTLMIN197711000000214000000014
He finished strong last year (except at Seattle) and is expected to be the workhorse. There will be added pressure as teams load the box challenging the passing game to beat them. 
53WRCooper,RileyPHIJAC0000000000351101000014
If the long ball homerun doesn't come in the first half of the game it likely won't at all. Once the Eagles get up it'll be ball control passes and running out the clock. Not exactly Cooper's style. But whose to say they don't connect deep in the first quarter? 
54TEClay,CharlesMIANEP0100000000440110000014
Clay has been nursing a knee injury but is expected to play week 1. He will look to build upon last years success. 
55TEGates,AntonioSDCARI0000000000448110000014
Although his fantasy production waned as the months went by, Gates experienced a career resurgence in the same vein of long-time teammate Philip Rivers in 2013. This offense plays to Gates' strengths, which in the case of this soft matchup can help your fantasy team. 
56RBGerhart,TobyJACPHI167511000000217000000014
Jacksonville's new three-down workhorse running back draws a challenging matchup against an improving Philadelphia defense that allowed 84.8 rushing yards and 0.7 rushing touchdowns per game last season. Since the Jaguars likely will fall behind and have to throwing heavily in catch-up mode, Gerhart won't have a big rushing day, but he should catch some passes. Gerhart is a weak play as a No. 2 fantasy running back. 
57RBTate,BenCLEPIT166711000000321000000014
If the Browns game plan works they will run...run...and run some more. Whatever they need to do to keep the ball out of the air. This isn't the Steelers defense of old, so there is a quality number two play here. 
58WRJohnson,AndreHOUWAS0000000000685000000014
The 33-year-old Johnson is fully recovered from the hamstring injury that slowed him earlier in the preseason. Heading into Week 1, the biggest worry about AJ is the guy throwing him the ball - the inconsistent Ryan Fitzpatrick. Consider Johnson a decent play as a No. 2 fantasy receiver against a Washington defense that ranked close to average in fantasy points allowed to opposing wide outs in 2013. 
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59RBMorris,AlfredWASHOU17791100000015000000013
He'll see as many carries as he can handle but the Houston front will be on him like stink on, well, you know what. What will be more telling is if the new offensive coordinator leaves Morris in on passing downs or pulls him for Helu. 
60WRGarcon,PierreWASHOU0100000000670000000013
As long as the formula of feed Garcon the ball doesn't change under the new offensive coordinator, Garcon should see the majority of RGIII's passes. He should exploit the Houston defense that is far weaker in the secondary then they are up front. 
61RBMartin,DougTBBCAR146411000000218000000013
During the preseason, Tampa Bay teased fantasy owners about using Martin in a committee, but it looks like he will get the nod as the team's bell cow runner for an offense that is expected to lean heavily on the run. Martin, however, draws a tough matchup versus a Carolina defense that gave up the 10th fewest fantasy points (and only five total touchdowns) to opposing running backs last season. Consider him a weak play as a No. 2 fantasy running back. 
62RBMoreno,KnowshonMIANEP125411000000324000000013
Both Moreno and Miller are in the mix. Currently a time share as neither has taken over the starting running back position. 
63RBThomas,PierreNOSATL104011000000531000000013
The only proven pass-catcher in the Saints committee backfield is expected to slide into the old 'Darren Sproles role,' so look for more receptions but fewer carries from Thomas. Last season the Falcons surrendered the 10th-most fantasy points to opposing running backs, and Thomas usually has solid outings against Atlanta. Start him as a low-end No. 2 fantasy running back or flex in PPR leagues. 
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64WRFloyd,MichaelARISDC0000000000575000000012
Both Floyd and Fitzgerald have ADP's in the 4th round. Floyd's upside is mucher higher and he should be the more desired player. He's entering the magical third season and another 1,000 yard year looks quite attainable. 
65TECook,JaredSTLMIN0000000000339110000012
His value may be the biggest benefactor of the quarterback situation. HIll will be looking to limit mistakes and has enough experience to utilize the tight end in the passing game. He'll be on the waiver wire so keep an eye on him for a possible early addition. 
66TEAllen,DwayneINDDEN0000000000339110000012
Allen will continue to share targets with Coby Fleener, which, unfortunately, caps the fantasy upside of both players. Consider Allen a low-end fantasy TE2 option as long as Fleener is healthy. 
67RBBernard,GiovaniCINBAL124411000000329000000012
Not a great week one opponent, especially given his sluggish August, but you're starting him anyway, don't get cute. 
68RBRichardson,TrentINDDEN124411000000220000000012
Although he claims to be more comfortable in the Colts offense, Richardson averaged a dismal 2.55 yards per carry through Indianapolis' first three preseason contests. The Colts say they're standing by Richardson as their starting tailback, but he looks like a very risky fantasy play as a No. 2 running back versus a Broncos defense that allowed an average of 81 rushing yards and 0.9 rushing touchdowns per game last season. 
69RBBell,JoiqueDETNYG155911000000113000000012
He is the primary reason for the reduced role for Reggie Bush. Bell will see the action on the ground, especially goal line scoring chances. 
70WRPatterson,CordarrelleMINSTL1400000000571000000012
Both quarterbacks have looked his way early and often in the preseason, worth a look as a starter in deep leagues. 
71WRDobson,AaronNEPMIA0000000000337110000012
Dobson is recovering from a foot injury and has not participated in any preseason action. Check his injury status for week 1 prior to starting. 
72WRSmith,TorreyBALCIN0000000000572000000012
If Pierce is out then smith could be in for a big week, a lot of targets to go around, 
73WRBritt,KennySTLMIN0200000000335110000012
He'll be the most impacted receiver with the loss of Bradford. Shaun Hill doesn't stretch the field as well so his value declines accordingly. Still a high upside if he stays healthy but that's a big if. 
74WREvans,MikeTBBCAR0000000000335110000012
The rookie first-round selection will start opposite of Vincent Jackson and operate as the clear-cut second option in the Tampa Bay passing attack. Evans, however, looks like a weak play versus an elite Panthers defense that ceded the third-fewest fantasy points to enemy wide outs in 2013. 
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75RBJennings,RashadNYGDET124511000000215000000011
Jennings is an interesting start this week as the Giants look to reestablish the run and Detroit should allow them to do so. The only issue is if Stafford and Calvin get the Lions up BIG early then Jennings would be relegated to blocking duty. 
76WRHartline,BrianMIANEP0000000000561000000011
He is a better option in ppr scoring formats due to his limited end zone appearances. 
77WRWallace,MikeMIANEP0100000000560000000011
Wallace has been spending extra time working with Tannehill. He will be a boom or bust play week 1 against New England's revamped secondary. 
78RBRidley,StevanNEPMIA13531100000015000000011
Vereen and and White are also in the mix for carries out of New England's backfield. Vereen is on a short lease as he continues to struggle with ball control issues. 
79WRWright,KendallTENKCC0000000000566000000011
Tennessee's top receiving option - he caught 94 balls last season - is starting to look like a shaky No. 3 fantasy wide out, because the team looked committed to a spread-the-wealth passing attack during the preseason. In addition, Wright hasn't been a huge scorer during his first two years in the NFL. Consider him a weak play versus a solid Kansas City defense. 
80TELewis,MarcedesJACPHI0000000000231110000011
Lewis is expected to continue operating mainly as a blocker and end-zone target. Consider him a low-end fantasy TE2. 
81WRJackson,VincentTBBCAR0000000000471000000011
Big-play threat Jackson has quickly developed some solid chemistry with new Buccaneers starting quarterback Josh McCown. However, you should consider Jackson a weak play as a No. 2 fantasy receiver against a Carolina defense that allowed the third-fewest fantasy points to the receiver position last season. 
82RBMcFadden,DarrenOAKNYJ103211000000220000000011
MJD may be the headlining running back, at this juncture, but McFadden has reportedly looked good in camp. With his workload scaled back, McFadden will run the ball with more punch and hopefully stay off the trainer's table. 
83WRHilton,T.Y.INDDEN0000000000566000000011
Although Hilton is Indianapolis' only true big-play threat in the passing game, he likely will lose targets with a healthy Reggie Wayne back in the fold and with Hakeem Nicks stealing looks when the team uses three-receiver sets. However, Hilton still looks like a decent play as a No. 3 fantasy receiver with upside against a Broncos defense that ceded the ninth-most fantasy points to the receiver position last year. 
84RBHill,JeremyCINBAL104011000000110000000011
You're not starting him this week, but you might be soon. Keep a careful eye on his workload. 
85WRMoore,DenariusOAKNYJ0000000000232110000011
The fourth year pro is as talented as any among Oakland's receiving corps, but has yet to put together even a moderate degree of consistent fantasy production. 
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86TECelek,BrentPHIJAC0000000000229110000010
If Celek steals a touchdown here, Ertz's stock will take a major early season hit. Celek needs to stay on the line and help protect Foles in order for any of Eagles' tight ends to have consistent value. 
87WRStreater,RodOAKNYJ0100000000461000000010
Not heavily targeted this preseason, Rod has nevertheless logged more playing time over the past several seasons than any other offensive skill position player in Oakland (by a long shot). This means something, when you pause to consider the reserve cornerbacks New York will be trotting onto the field in Week 1. 
88WRLee,MarqiseJACPHI0100000000552000000010
Following a solid overall preseason showing, the rookie second-round pick is locked in as a starter opposite of Cecil Shorts. Although Lee is a solid candidate to lead the team in receiving, he likely will struggle with consistency. Lee is not fantasy starter material right now. 
89TEWitten,JasonDALSFO0000000000552000000010
Witten should probably see a bump in production with Romo being eager to get the ball out quickly to start the season. Until Romo is fully confident in his recovery, he'll be looking to Witten on fast, effective plays to move the ball. 
90WRSanders,EmmanuelDENIND0000000000559000000010
All eyes are on Emmanuel, thus far a middling NFL receiver when healthy. He's the sort of early-to-mid round pick in fantasy drafts -- on the rise since Wes Welker's preseason injury -- who could pay off handsomely for those bold enough to pay the going pricetag. 
91RBPierce,BernardBALCIN10431100000015000000010
On the plus side, you should know ahead of time whether he can go or not. The concussion is putting his week one status in danger, 
92RBHyde,CarlosSFODAL63311000000111000000010
He's averaging nearly six yards per carry so far. Although it's only preseason, the 49ers are going to give him touches making him a must handcuff at this point. It's way too early to count on a changing of the guard just yet. Keep expectations in check. 
93WRJackson,DeSeanWASHOU0100000000462000000010
Tough call. As it will be every week. You're banking a long shot deep ball touchdown every time you start him. Griffin will likely not have the luxury to allow the deep play to develop with Watt and Clowney closing in quickly. 
94WRJennings,GregMINSTL0000000000553000000010
The question marks at quarterback will limit the fantasy numbers of all Viking wide outs so keep expectations low this week. 
95WRWashington,NateTENKCC0000000000460000000010
He is expected to start opposite of Kendall Wright in two-receiver sets, but Washington could lose his starting job sooner rather than later if the intriguing Justin Hunter's dominant play carries over into the regular season. Since the inconsistent Washington is expected to operate as a deep threat, he is a very risky No. 4 fantasy receiver option against a solid Chiefs defense. 
96TEKendricks,LanceSTLMIN0000000000220110000010
 
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97WRHopkins,DeAndreHOUWAS000000000045800000009
The second-year pro looked great in training camp practices but struggled noticeably in all preseason contests. Despite a decent matchup against a Washington defense that ranked close to average in fantasy points given up to enemy receivers last season, we suggest making Hopkins earn his way into your starting lineup. 
98WRWilliams,TerranceDALSFO000000000045300000009
Williams gets the nod at WR2 for the Cowboys to open the year. He finished the season strong opposite of Bryant but defenses are ready for him now. If he can exploit the additional attention that Dez draws, he'll be in for a monster year. 
99RBWilliams,AndreNYGDET937110000001400000009
Williams should fill in as the new Brandon Jacobs. Meaning you're waiting for an injury for a bigger impact or keeping your fingers crossed for a touchdown. 
100TEOlsen,GregCARTBB000000000045100000009
Cam Newton's most trusted and experienced pass-catcher deserves a spot in your starting lineup. New Buccaneers head coach Lovie Smith's Tampa-2 defensive scheme historically has been vulnerable to the tight end position. However, if Newton (ankle, rib) doesn't play, consider sitting Olsen. 
101WRBaldwin,DougSEAGBP000000000045400000009
He has Russell Wilson's trust and become an established receiver in this offense. The passing game will open up more this year giving his value a bump over last year. Expect consistent but not spectacular numbers. He would make for a decent WR3. 
102WRHarvin,PercySEAGBP130000000045900000009
The preseason has shown what a playmaker he is for this offense. The Broncos already knew that. Seattle will use him in multiple ways to create matchup problems all over the field. He's electric and fun to watch but won't produce the fantasy stats to justify his current ADP. 
103RBJohnson,ChrisNYJOAK18730000000032000000009
Johnson has looked good in preseason action, but he will lose carries and red zone action as Ivory will be in the mix. 
104RBSpiller,C.J.BUFCHI15720000000032500000009
Spiller will continue to see the majority of rushing action, but Jackson will vulture touchdowns and carries. 
105WRHawkins,AndrewCLEPIT000000000045400000009
The only Browns pass catcher that has looked like he knows what is going on this preseason, but not a starter this week. 
106WRCooks,BrandinNOSATL000000000054900000009
The lightning-quick rookie first-round selection could make his first career start if Kenny Stills (quad) is a no-go in Week 1. If Stills sits, start Cooks as a flex or No. 3 fantasy receiver with upside against an Atlanta defense that ranked close to average in fantasy points given up to the receiver position last year. If Stills starts, consider Cooks a risky flex option. 
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107RBEllington,AndreARISDC14670000000032600000008
He's being drafted as an RB1 and he'll get his chance to prove it. Durability is a big question mark as to whether he can handle that many touches. The Cardinals need him to perform if they are going to challenge in the extremely competitive NFC West. 
108WRWheaton,MarkusPITCLE000000000044200000008
Silver lining to the preseason week three abomination, Roethlisberger looked Wheaton's way...a lot. Not a starter yet, but a priority watch guy? Absolutely. Stash him. 
109WRBoldin,AnquanSFODAL000000000044900000008
Even at age 33 he's still a productive player. Having Crabtree back on the field is a huge bonus for him to help draw coverage. He's a solid WR3 with the ability to put up big numbers any given day. 
110WRTate,GoldenDETNYG010000000044500000008
A slow start for the new Lion, any Lion wide out not named Calvin is a risky start. 
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111TEWalker,DelanieTENKCC000000000043700000007
New Tennessee head coach Ken Whisenhunt's offense is supposed to be tight end friendly, but Walker has had a quiet preseason. Keep him parked on your bench for now. 
112TEGreen,LadariusSDCARI000000000034700000007
Doesn't log quite as many snaps as Antonio Gates, although you better believe this coaching staff is committed to targeting Ladarius downfield. Probably the stash-away component of your tight end by committee approach, if that's how you roll. In other words, we wouldn't recommend rushing him into your lineup just yet. 
113WRCotchery,JerrichoCARTBB010000000034000000007
Despite a very disappointing preseason performance, he is penciled in as a starter opposite of rookie Kelvin Benjamin. Although Cotchery's well-known red-zone ability gives him some weekly upside, the 11th-year pro likely will be the third option in the Carolina passing attack behind Greg Olsen and Kelvin Benjamin. Although Cotchery shouldn't be on your radar right now, keep an eye on him. Cotchery could benefit if opposing defenses double-team Benjamin. 
114WRDouglas,HarryATLNOS000000000034200000007
He is expected to help pick up the slack for the retired Tony Gonzalez. However, Douglas is still the third option in the Atlanta passing attack behind Julio Jones and Roddy White, and slot receivers, like Douglas, can be inconsistent. The smart thing to do: keep Douglas on your bench this week and monitor how the Falcons use him. 
115TEChandler,ScottBUFCHI000000000034000000007
Based on Manuel's erratic quarterback play Chandler has limited fantasy value. 
116WRSmith,SteveBALCIN000000000034400000007
I'm a sucker for veterans early in the season and he has developed an instant connection with Flacco. Start with confidence. 
117WRFloyd,MalcomSDCARI000000000034700000007
The enormous veteran has been the talk of camp, balling as well as some beat writers have seen of him. If Eddie Royal can have multi-touchdown games in this offense, why can't Malcolm follow suit? 
118RBSankey,BishopTENKCC15660000000021900000007
Be careful here. Tennessee's rookie second-round pick has been operating in a committee backfield behind Shonn Greene because of problems with ball security and pass protection. Sankey will climb the depth chart to the No. 1 job, but it's going to take some time. Assuming he continues to back up Shonn Greene in Week 1, consider Bishop a weak play as a flex option. 
119WRAmendola,DannyNEPMIA000000000034700000007
Amendola is healthy after suffering through injuries last season. Upgrade him week 1 if Dobson and Gronkowski can't go. 
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120TEAmaro,JaceNYJOAK000000000033500000006
Amaro has overtaken Cumberland for the number tight end position. As a rookie he will have up and down games. 
121RBWilliams,DeAngeloCARTBB11460000000012100000006
Although Williams operated as Carolina's starting runner throughout the preseason, he struggled mightily and was outplayed by backup Jonathan Stewart. Even if Williams holds onto the starting gig, he offers weak No. 4 fantasy running back value in the Panthers' usually unpredictable committee backfield. The Buccaneers defense yielded the sixth-fewest fantasy points to enemy running backs in 2013. 
122TEBennett,MartellusCHIBUF000000000033800000006
He had his peaks and valleys in 2013, with so many mouths to feed in Chicago (Marshall, Jeffery, Forte), not a big ceiling on Bennett's numbers. 
123WRKerley,JeremyNYJOAK010000000033900000006
The Jet's leading wide receiver last season Kerley will lose receptions to Decker. 
124WRBrown,MarlonBALCIN000000000033000000006
 
125WRBoykin,JarrettGBPSEA000000000033600000006
 
126WRNicks,HakeemINDDEN000000000033900000006
Nicks is expected to see action only when the Colts use three-receiver sets, which makes him a risky No. 4 fantasy wideout. Keep Nicks parked on your bench. 
127WRWoods,RobertBUFCHI010000000033200000006
Woods has limited fantasy value as there are too many other receiving options ahead of him in the passing game. 
128WRStills,KennyNOSATL000000000024500000006
The second-year pro will start opposite of Marques Colston. In case you haven't been paying attention, Stills (quad) has been injured throughout the preseason and is not a lock to play in Week 1. Assuming he is healthy enough to suit up, Stills is a risky play as a flex option against a Falcons secondary that ranked close to average in fantasy points yielded to enemy receivers last season. Historically, any New Orleans wide out other than Colston is a hit-or-miss fantasy play. 
129TEEifert,TylerCINBAL000000000033200000006
Potential to be an everywhere eek starter, but he isn't there yet. Needs to prove to be more than just a red zone asset, which is not a bad problem to have, 
130WRMatthews,JordanPHIJAC000000000033800000006
The lapses in concentration and drops cooled down the Matthews hype quickly. He can regain some steam here against an inferior opponent. 
131WRBrown,JohnARISDC000000000033100000006
He's living up to the hype even if it's only preseason. He's worth a look in deeper leagues but until he shows it during the regular season he's best left on the watch list. 
132RBMathews,RyanSDCARI13570000000021200000006
A year ago this would have been a fiersome matchup, but gone from Arizona's defensive lineup are Darnell Dockett, Daryl Washington, Karlos Dansby and (probably) Tyrann Mathieu. Then there's the every year rule of thumb that, considering you burned an early pick to acquire Mathews, when he's healthy he belongs in your lineup. Seems to fit, despite traveling to Arizona. 
133WRMoore,LancePITCLE010000000033200000006
If he gets a lot of looks it's because Wheaton isn't ready. that's not a good thing for anyone except the Browns. 
134WRJohnson,StevieSFODAL000000000033100000006
It isn't certain he'll even make the team at this point. He hasn't separated himself nor has he established a connection with Kaepernick. He should remain on the waiver wire. 
135WRQuick,BrianSTLMIN010000000033300000006
The Rams passing game has been too inconsistent with poor quarterback and offensive line play. Until they prove they've turned the corner it's too risky to think he will have any significant impact. 
136WRSanu,MohamedCINBAL020000000033100000006
The Jones injury offers Sanu one more shot to earn a meaningful role in this offense. 
137TEMyers,BrandonTBBCAR000000000033500000006
Even though rookie second-round pick Austin Seferian-Jenkins has played better overall, Myers is penciled in as Tampa Bay's starting tight end - at least for now. Since he and Seferian-Jenkins likely will share snaps in the short-term, it's hard to like the plodding Myers as a fantasy starter. 
138WRAustin,TavonSTLMIN130000000033200000006
He has so much talent and showed flashes of brilliance toward the end of the year. The Rams must find a way to get him the ball in space and let him put pressure on a defense. Without that proof,however, he's simply a late round flier pick at this point. 
139WRJernigan,JerrelNYGDET000000000033500000006
 
140WRGibson,BrandonMIANEP000000000033300000006
Gibson has limited fantasy value as there are many options ahead of him in Miami's passing game. 
141TEEbron,EricDETNYG000000000033000000006
It is probably too early to predict much for the rookie, but the throws will be coming his way very soon this season. 
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142RBVereen,ShaneNEPMIA5230000000033000000005
Vereen sees limited action in the rushing game but is involved in the passing game. He has more value in PPR leagues. 
143TERivera,MychalOAKNYJ000000000032800000005
Hands-down the best tight end on this roster, but that probably isn't saying much. Mychal has looked the part in camp, but like many of his teammates is held back by lackluster offensive line and quarterback play. 
144WRGivens,ChrisSTLMIN010000000023100000005
 
145WRKearse,JermaineSEAGBP000000000023300000005
His role as the deep threat fits him. He has become a very good red zone target as well. He isn't the prototypical tall receiver but has a great ability to go up and get the ball. Hee's only going to catch a handful of balls per game but provides high upside potential for his TD ability. 
146WRHunter,JustinTENKCC000000000023700000005
Although he has been absolutely dominant during the preseason, Hunter continues to play only in three-receiver sets, which obviously limits his targets. Hunter won't break out until he cracks the starting lineup. Keep him parked on your bench for now. 
147TEGresham,JermaineCINBAL000000000032900000005
The Ravens are a tough opponent, but the Jones injury offers an opportunity for him to earn a role early on and keep the second year player, Eifert, off his heels. 
148WRHurns,AllenJACPHI000000000032300000005
The undrafted free agent opened some eyes by compiling a 7-113-1 line in Jacksonville's third preseason contest. Hurns played in offensive coordinator Jedd Fisch's system at Miami (Fla), and the wide out displayed solid chemistry with both Chad Henne and Blake Bortles. Although Hurns is not fantasy starter material right now, he is definitely worth monitoring. 
149WRAvery,DonnieKCCTEN000000000023100000005
Becomes interesting as an end of the lineup sort of play, with Dwayne Bowe out, albeit only in extremely deep leagues. Not a favorable matchup in Week 1, if based on last season to some degree. 
150WRRoyal,EddieSDCARI020000000023500000005
There were basically four games in which it profited fantasy owners to play Royal last season, which would be a rosy outlook for 2014. 
151RBJones-Drew,MauriceOAKNYJ10410000000021900000005
The lone bright spot among Oakland's acquisitions on offense, Maurice has shown explosiveness and his trademark ability to make defenders miss. He appears to have plenty left in the tank, so to speak, both as a runner and receiving option. Of note: although the Jets secondary is pretty banged up, their front seven will likely prove difficult to pound the ball against. 
152WRBeasley,ColeDALSFO000000000032700000005
 
153WRWilliams,MikeBUFCHI010000000023800000005
Williams will start opposite Watkins, but will be limited by Manuel's erratic play. 
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154WRMoss,SantanaWASHOU010000000022100000004
 
155WRHolmes,AndreOAKNYJ000000000022400000004
Much like Denarius Moore, who's been around a little longer, Andre possesses a lot of what NFL coaches want in a receiver. He just doesn't seem to have developed enough yet to be of help winning ballgames. 
156WRLloyd,BrandonSFODAL000000000022100000004
 
157WRDurham,KrisTENKCC000000000022400000004
A look or two will be his this week, but in the end, minimal fantasy impact. 
158WRPettis,AustinSTLMIN000000000022400000004
 
159RBWest,TerranceCLEPIT8340000000021200000004
He is a priority handcuff for Tate owners, but nowhere near the starting lineup. Yet. 
160RBSproles,DarrenPHIJAC3130000000033100000004
It's difficult to predict production from a player in a new system where the running back ahead of him does the same job, only better. We'll keep things cooled until we see how the offensive mastermind in Kelly uses the veteran pass catcher. 
161RBRodgers,JacquizzATLNOS6240000000032200000004
The 5-foot-6, 196-pound runner enters 2014 as the backup to starter Steven Jackson. Although Rodgers has the confidence of the coaching staff, some think it's only a matter of time before impressive rookie fourth-rounder Devonta Freeman passes him on the depth chart. Rodgers won't receive enough touches against the Saints to be fantasy relevant. 
162WRWhalen,GriffINDDEN000000000022100000004
 
163RBWoodhead,DannySDCARI6240000000032500000004
Not only gets his as a pass catching weapon, but is handed the ball in key situations as well. Now locked down for a few more years, Woodhead will be a fixture of this offense over the foreseeable future. 
164TEDonnell,LarryNYGDET000000000022300000004
Come one. Seriously? There are 25 players you should be looking at before you even read up on a Giants' tight end. Poor shame... 
165WRJones,JacobyBALCIN000000000022000000004
 
166WRLaFell,BrandonNEPMIA000000000022600000004
LaFell looks to be New England's deep receiving threat this season. Temper your expectations as Brady will spread the ball to many of his receiving options. 
167TECumberland,JeffNYJOAK000000000022400000004
Cumberland has been sidelined with an Achilles injury and has fallen below Amaro on the depth chart. 
168WRPatton,QuintonSFODAL000000000022000000004
 
169WRCaldwell,AndreDENIND000000000022300000004
Given his experience within the offense and veteran craftiness, Andre would seem to have the advantage over rookie Cody Latimer for now. We're talking Peyton Manning's fifth or sixth receiving option, however. 
170RBStewart,JonathanCARTBB9380000000021100000004
The Panthers' backup tailback outplayed starter DeAngelo Williams by a large margin during the preseason. If Williams continues to struggle, Stewart could carve out a bigger role in the offense, but Carolina's use of a committee backfield likely will limit him to so-so No. 4 fantasy running back value. Last season the Tampa Bay defense gave up the sixth-fewest fantasy points to opposing runners. 
171TEWillson,LukeSEAGBP000000000022100000004
Seattle doesn't utilize the tight end position as much as other teams in the league. Willson is the tight end of choice between the twenties but Miller is the red zone threat. Neither are consistent enough to take a chance playing. 
172TEKelce,TravisKCCTEN000000000022600000004
There will be formations that get him onto the field with starting tight end Anthony Fasano, but keep in mind that 2013 was essentially a redshirt year for Kelce. Could well be targeted as often as anyone in this offense, come November, but patience is in order. 
173TEDaniels,OwenBALCIN000000000022300000004
 
174TEPettigrew,BrandonDETNYG000000000022000000004
 
175WRBrown,MikeJACPHI000000000022500000004
Brown showed flashes of promise last season, but he will start 2014 as the backup to rookie Marqise Lee. 
176TEMiller,ZachSEAGBP000000000022400000004
Listed as number one on the depth chart, he is actually number two when it comes to passing game involvement. He is virtually non-existent for this offense in the passing game. His only value would be in TD only leagues as he makes brief appearances in the red zone. 
177RBHillman,RonnieDENIND7310000000011000000004
Relegated to a 'change of pace' role, Ronnie fortunately has the skill set to do more with less touches. You could do far worse in the way of running back depth, in deeper fantasy leagues. 
178WRRoberts,AndreWASHOU000000000022700000004
 
179TEFleener,CobyINDDEN000000000022300000004
It's the same old story with the Indianapolis tight ends: Fleener and Dwayne Allen will continue to cannibalize each other's fantasy value. Fleener rates as an unreliable low-end fantasy TE2 option as long as Allen is healthy. 
180WRNelson,DavidNYJOAK020000000022800000004
 
181WRWright,JariusMINSTL010000000022600000004
 
182RBIvory,ChrisNYJOAK1046000000001400000004
Ivory has possible flex appeal as he will be the Jet's goal line back and see some action in relief of Johnson. 
183TEFasano,AnthonyKCCTEN000000000022200000004
While not as huge and uber athletic as second-year teammate Travis Kelce, ol' reliable doesn't whif on blocking assignments -- which of course has value in Andy Reid's scheme. 
184TERobinson,AdrienNYGDET000000000022100000004
 
185WRAvant,JasonCARTBB000000000022500000004
Avant is expected to get the nod as the Panthers' slot wide out, so he obviously will play only in three-receiver sets. Carolina's slot receiver has lacked fantasy value during the last few years, and that won't change this season. 
186TEQuarless,AndrewGBPSEA000000000022400000004
Expect very little here as he will be called upon to block more times than he will be to catch the ball. 
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187TEToilolo,LevineATLNOS000000000021500000003
The replacement for the retired Tony Gonzalez lacks elite receiving skills and is expected to operate mainly as a blocker. However, there are whispers that Atlanta plans to give the 6-foot-8, 260-pound Toilolo a tryout as an end-zone target. The second-year pro doesn't deserve a spot in your starting lineup or even on your roster right now, but keep an eye on him. 
188WRMatthews,RishardMIANEP000000000021800000003
 
189RBCunningham,BennySTLMIN4210000000011000000003
There will be no hesitation to give him more carries if he's getting the job done. For now it will be a handful of touches per game unless Stacy fails to perform. 
190WRBenjamin,TravisCLEPIT010000000021900000003
 
191WRHemingway,JuniorKCCTEN000000000021400000003
The organization seems to have uncovered a worthwhile prospect who can contribute in this offense, based on the talent Hemingway has demonstrated in limited duty. This is more than can be said about former first-round picks Jon Baldwin or A.J. Jenkins, both involved in last year's trade with San Francisco. 
192TEWright,TimNEPMIA000000000021700000003
It will take some to time for Wright to develop his rapport with Brady. 
193RBDavis,KnileKCCTEN7250000000011000000003
Exceeded the expectations of fantasy owners late last season -- along with the Chiefs coaching staff, more than likely. While he isn't the versatile peer of a Jamaal Charles, get the ball into Knile's hands and he has the speed and rugged determination to keep a defense on its heels. 
194RBMiller,LamarMIANEP937000000001900000003
Both Miller and Moreno are in the mix. Currently a time share as neither has taken over the starting running back position. 
195RBBlount,LeGarrettePITCLE939000000001800000003
Trying to resist the low hanging fruit with this one, but the Blount jokes are too tempting. Okay, that was enough. Don't start him. I know, all that for no recommendation, right? 
196WRMorgan,JoshCHIBUF000000000021600000003
 
197RBIngram,MarkNOSATL7290000000031900000003
Looking much quicker and seeing a surprising amount of action as a goal-line specialist during the preseason, Ingram is expected to operate as the top first- and second-down runner in the Saints committee backfield. He has some appeal as a flex option against an Atlanta defense that gave up the 10th-most fantasy points to enemy running backs last season. 
198RBHelu,RoyWASHOU5220000000021900000003
Week one is obviously too early to rely on a back up runner. The most important thing to look for here is if he's used often on passing plays and how often he replaces Morris. 
199RBJackson,StevenATLNOS9290000000021000000003
Even though rookie fourth-rounder Devonta Freeman impressed during the preseason, Jackson (hamstring) is still the lead dog in Atlanta's crowded backfield - at least for now. In two games played against an improved New Orleans defense last season, Jackson hit pay dirt once, and averaged 18 combo touches and 100.5 total yards per contest. Consider him a decent low-end fantasy RB2 or flex option. 
200TETamme,JacobDENIND000000000021700000003
It isn't size or athleticism that earns Tamme snaps, as much as his experience and reliability within the system. 
201TEPaulsen,LoganWASHOU000000000021700000003
 
202RBBradshaw,AhmadINDDEN7290000000011300000003
He'll start the season as the backup to Trent Richardson, but Bradshaw (neck) could carve out a huge role in a committee backfield if Richardson struggles like he did in 2013. 
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203RBWhite,JamesNEPMIA729000000000200000002
White has been a hit at training camp but has shown little so far in preseason action. Barring an injury or move up the running back depth chart White has limited fantasy value. 
204WRMartin,KeshawnHOUWAS000000000011100000002
 
205RBGrimes,JonathanHOUWAS521000000001700000002
Thanks to a rock-solid preseason showing, the third-year pro is expected to get the nod as Arian Foster's understudy. However, as long as Foster is healthy and starting, Grimes obviously offers just handcuff value. 
206TEDickson,EdCARTBB000000000011600000002
 
207RBAsiata,MattMINSTL524000000001800000002
Minimal action as Adrian Peterson's backup. 
208TERodgers,RichardGBPSEA000000000011600000002
Reports are indicating that he is the starter, but with so many other choices at the position, minimal fantasy impact if any expected here. 
209TENiklas,TroyARISDC000000000011400000002
 
210RBDunbar,LanceDALSFO4160000000021500000002
With the exception of a lightning strike touchdown, Dunbar isn't worth looking to for fantasy help until Murray misses time. Stash him away until you need bench space. 
211TEWatson,BenNOSATL000000000011600000002
 
212RBBrown,BryceBUFCHI420000000001300000002
Brown is buried behind Spiller and Jackson on the Bill's running back depth chart. 
213WRLatimer,CodyDENIND000000000011700000002
 
214RBStarks,JamesGBPSEA627000000001500000002
He is locked in as the #2, only to get significant carries if Eddie Lacy goes down. 
215WRHerron,RobertTBBCAR010000000011300000002
 
216TEHarbor,ClayJACPHI000000000011500000002
 
217RBRainey,BobbyTBBCAR723000000001800000002
He is expected to hold down the fort as Doug Martin's backup. Rainey obviously has just handcuff value as long as Martin is healthy. 
218RBMichael,ChristineSEAGBP625000000000100000002
Many are expecting him to have an impact this year to lighten Lynch's workload. The Seahawks want him to be the backup but he hasn't earned it yet. 
219TESudfeld,ZachNYJOAK000000000011400000002
 
220TEFauria,JosephDETNYG000000000011000000002
[Outlook goes here] 
221WRGoodwin,MarquiseBUFCHI000000000011300000002
 
222RBMurray,LataviusOAKNYJ627000000001800000002
The biggest running back in Oakland, not counting fullback/tweener Marcel Reece, Latavius will have a role in short-yardage and goalline packages. Until injuries disupt the depth chart ahead of him -- which does happen with regularity around here -- the second-year figures to play sparingly. 
223WRGinn Jr.,TedARISDC010000000011500000002
 
224TECarlson,JohnARISDC000000000011500000002
Tight end hasn't been a positon of emphasis in this offense. Now on his third team, Carlson brings athleticism to the Cardinals but will sturggle to see targets with so many other weapons around him. 
225RBRobinson,KhiryNOSATL729000000000300000002
After coming on strong in the 2013 playoffs, Robinson fell behind Pierre Thomas and Mark Ingram in the Saints' committee backfield pecking order during the preseason. Robinson received the bulk of his touches between the 20-yard lines while Ingram handled the red-zone duties. As long as Thomas and Ingram are healthy, it doesn't look like Robinson will receive enough touches to be fantasy relevant. 
226WRThompkins,KenbrellNEPMIA000000000011700000002
Thompkins value is limited unless he can old off Dobson as a starting wide receiver. 
227WRRobinson,AldrickWASHOU000000000011500000002
 
228WRRogers,Da'RickINDDEN000000000011000000002
 
229WROgletree,KevinDETNYG000000000011200000002
He had a few good games last year, he and Golden Tate will not make much of a fantasy impact. 
230WRGraham,T.J.TENKCC010000000011300000002
 
231RBDwyer,JonathanARISDC727000000001800000002
If Arizona wants to keep Ellington around for 16 games they'll most likely use Dwyer for more than a quick spell. He may even become a TD vulture given his size advantage over his counterpart. 
232WRMoncrief,DonteINDDEN000000000011100000002
 
233WRHester,DevinATLNOS000000000011500000002
 
234RBGreene,ShonnTENKCC626000000000300000002
Rookie Bishop Sankey struggled with ball security and pass protection during the preseason, which is why Greene handled most of the early-down rushing duties as the team's starting tailback. If he gets the starting nod over Sankey in Week 1, Greene would have low-end No. 3 fantasy running back value at best. 
235WRAdams,DavanteGBPSEA000000000011900000002
 
236WRHolmes,SantonioCHIBUF000000000011400000002
 
237TEFiedorowicz,C.J.HOUWAS000000000011100000002
 
238WRInman,DontrelleSDCARI000000000011600000002
 
239WRMorgan,JosephNOSATL000000000011500000002
 
240RBTurbin,RobertSEAGBP627000000001700000002
He's getting overlooked by many in favor of Christine Michael but he outplayed Michael. He's still the primary backup and should be the handcuff for Lynch owners. He's explosive and much better in the passing game but his touches will be limited. 
241WRPosey,DeVierHOUWAS000000000011100000002
 
242WRHankerson,LeonardWASHOU000000000011700000002
 
243TEHousler,RobertARISDC000000000011000000002
 
244WRBroyles,RyanDETNYG000000000011100000002
 
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245RBJames,MikeTBBCAR210000000001400000001
 
246TEBarnidge,GaryCLEPIT00000000001500000001
 
247WRRichardson,PaulSEAGBP00000000001800000001
 
248TEMcDonald,VanceSFODAL00000000001700000001
 
249RBTolbert,MikeCARTBB517000000001900000001
Tolbert is expected to continue operating as the goal-line and passing-down back in the Panthers' unpredictable committee backfield. He remains a touchdown-dependant No. 5 fantasy running back at best. 
250RBMcCluster,DexterTENKCC110000000021900000001
The Titans are supposedly planning to use him as a third-down specialist (a Danny Woodhead clone), but McCluster lost some change-of-pace work to Leon Washington late in the preseason. For now you should take a wait-and-see approach with McCluster's fantasy prospects. 
251TEEscobar,GavinDALSFO00000000001900000001
 
252WRStreet,DevinDALSFO00000000001800000001
 
253RBReece,MarcelOAKNYJ160000000021500000001
 
254WRBeckham,OdellNYGDET00000000001400000001
 
255RBHarris,DuJuanGBPSEA313000000000300000001
 
256RBForsett,JustinBALCIN211000000001700000001
The Rice suspension and Pierce concussion may offer an opportunity, but his workload is too hazy to be trusting him week one, 
257RBPowell,BilalNYJOAK314000000001600000001
Powell will see limited action behind Johnson and Ivory. 
258RBDraughn,ShaunCHIBUF311000000000300000001
 
259WRHeyward-Bey,DarriusPITCLE00000000001800000001
 
260RBBrown,DonaldSDCARI315000000001500000001
Not likely to get double-digit touches while Ryan Mathews and Danny Woodhead are healthy, even as often as San Diego runs the ball. If his improved play in Indy is any indication though, Donald will help the offense with quality touches when called upon. 
261RBHillis,PeytonNYGDET518000000001500000001
 
262WRSalas,GregNYJOAK01000000001600000001
 
263TESims,DionMIANEP00000000001800000001
Sims has limited fantasy value as there are many receiving options ahead of him in the passing game. 
264RBRandle,JosephDALSFO211000000000200000001
 
265RBJames,LaMichaelSFODAL211000000000400000001
 
266WRHarris,DwayneDALSFO00000000001900000001
 
267TEPascoe,BearATLNOS00000000001400000001
 
268WRSanzenbacher,DaneCINBAL00000000001900000001
 
269TEStevens,CraigTENKCC00000000001600000001
 
270RBMcKinnon,JerickMINSTL315000000000200000001
 
271RBHavili,StanleyINDDEN010000000011000000001
 
272RBMason,TreSTLMIN312000000001500000001
 
273RBBolden,BrandonNEPMIA310000000001600000001
 
274WRBrown,JaronARISDC00000000001800000001
 
275RBHerron,DanINDDEN416000000000300000001
The third-year pro impressed during the preseason. If Trent Richardson struggles and Ahmad Bradshaw goes down with an injury, 'Boom' Herron could end up as the Colts' starting tailback. Herron lacks fantasy appeal right now, but keep his name in the back of your mind. 
276TEHanna,JamesDALSFO00000000001400000001
 
277TEDray,JimCLEPIT01000000001900000001
 
278TEHill,JoshNOSATL00000000001500000001
 
279RBBlue,AlfredHOUWAS417000000000400000001
The rookie sixth-round pick impressed during the preseason and could push for extra touches if Arian Foster goes down with an injury. Blue, however, lacks fantasy appeal as long as Foster and top backup Jonathan Grimes are healthy. 
280TEEllison,RhettMINSTL00000000001600000001
 
281WROwusu,ChrisTBBCAR00000000001600000001
 
282WRThompson,DeonteBALCIN00000000001500000001
 
283TEHoomanawanui,MichaelNEPMIA00000000001800000001
Hoomanawanui is primarily a blocking tight end and should not be rostered in any fantasy scoring format. 
284TEGriffin,RyanHOUWAS00000000001900000001
 
285RBTodman,JordanJACPHI415000000001500000001
He is locked in as Toby Gerhart's primary backup. Todman likely would be used in a committee if Gerhart went down with an injury. 
286RBAnderson,C.J.DENIND313000000000200000001
Would probably only have legitimate fantasy value in the event of a significant injury to Montee Ball. 
287RBRedd,SilasWASHOU13000000000200000000
 
288RBSims,CharlesTBBCAR00000000000000000000
 
289RBThomas,De'AnthonyKCCTEN01000000000100000000
 
290RBReynolds,ChaseSTLMIN00000000000000000000
 
291WRWashington,CoreyNYGDET00000000000000000000
 
292WRGabriel,TaylorCLEPIT01000000000400000000
 
293WRBowe,DwayneKCCTEN00000000000000000000
Seeing as he'll be serving a one-game suspension and has a troublesome hand injury to boot, Bowe oughta be nowhere near your lineup. 
294WRBrown,PhillyCARTBB00000000000000000000
 
295TESpaeth,MattPITCLE00000000000200000000
 
296RBPerry,SenoriseCHIBUF00000000000000000000
 
297RBGaffney,TylerNEPMIA00000000000000000000
 
298RBCarey,Ka'DeemCHIBUF12000000000100000000
 
299RBFreeman,DevontaATLNOS01000000000100000000
Even though Freeman impressed during the preseason, there is no changing of the guard at tailback for Atlanta just yet. The rookie fourth-round selection enters Week 1 buried behind Steven Jackson and Jacquizz Rodgers on the Falcons' tailback depth chart. While Freeman should see some action against New Orleans, he won't touch the ball enough to make a worthwhile fantasy start. 
300RBJohnson,StormJACPHI12000000000200000000
 
301TERosario,DanteCHIBUF00000000000000000000
 
302WRHammond,FrankieKCCTEN00000000000400000000
Interestingly, reports indicate that Hammond is the newbie in line to start for Dwayne Bowe. Check back closer to gametime, however, as depth chart news is subject to change. Hammond flashes impressive 'straight line speed,' and could stick. 
303WRTyms,BrianNEPMIA00000000000000000000
 
304TELeonhardt,BrianOAKNYJ00000000000000000000
 
305WRRobinson,AllenJACPHI00000000000000000000
 
306RBBrown,RonnieHOUWAS14000000000100000000
 
307TEHoskins,GatorMIANEP00000000000100000000
 
308WRHarris,MarcusNYGDET00000000000000000000
 
309TEBurton,TreyPHIJAC00000000000000000000
 
310WRBurse,IsaiahDENIND00000000000000000000
 
311RBThompson,JuwanDENIND00000000000000000000
 
312TESeferian-Jenkins,AustinTBBCAR00000000000400000000
Even though Tampa Bay's rookie second-round selection has impressed during the preseason, Seferian-Jenkins is expected to open the 2014 regular season as the backup to Brandon Myers. Until Seferian-Jenkins claims the starting job outright, he lacks fantasy appeal in what is expected to be a run-heavy offense. However, the rookie is definitely worth monitoring. 
313RBColeman,DerrickSEAGBP00000000000200000000
 
314WRWilson,AlbertKCCTEN00000000000000000000
 
315RBWilliams,DamienMIANEP26000000000300000000
 
316WRGrant,RyanWASHOU00000000000100000000
 
317TEGillmore,CrockettBALCIN00000000000000000000
 
318WRNorwood,KevinSEAGBP00000000000000000000
 
319RBArcher,DriPITCLE15000000001600000000
He's electric, but he's not a starter. 
320WRCampanaro,MichaelBALCIN00000000000000000000
 
321WRWright,JamesCINBAL00000000000000000000
 
322WRJanis,JeffGBPSEA00000000000100000000
 
323TESmith,AlexCINBAL00000000000000000000
 
324WRThielen,AdamMINSTL00000000000000000000
 
325WRSmith,BradPHIJAC00000000000100000000
 
326WRBersin,BrentonCARTBB00000000000200000000
 
327RBTaliaferro,LorenzoBALCIN29000000000000000000
More interesting long term than Forsett, but that doesn't mean anything week one, 
328RBWashington,LeonTENKCC00000000000000000000
 
329TEFells,DanielNYGDET00000000000000000000
 
330RBCrowell,IsaiahCLEPIT37000000001100000000
 
331WRSpurlock,MichealCHIBUF00000000000000000000
 
332RBOwens,MontellDETNYG13000000000300000000
 
333RBTipton,ZurlonINDDEN12000000000100000000
 
334WRLandry,JarvisMIANEP00000000000000000000
 
335WREllington,BruceSFODAL00000000000000000000
 
336RBOliver,BrandenSDCARI01000000000000000000
 
337WREvans,ShaqNYJOAK00000000000000000000
 
338WRBryant,MartavisPITCLE00000000000000000000
 
339WRJones,T.J.DETNYG00000000000000000000
 
340WRSaunders,JalenNYJOAK00000000000000000000
 
341WRHuff,JoshPHIJAC00000000000000000000
 
342RBMalena,BenDALSFO00000000000000000000
 
343WRSanders,AceJACPHI00000000000000000000
 
344WRWilliams,KyleKCCTEN00000000000200000000
 
345WRHolliday,TrindonNYGDET00000000000000000000
 
346TEThompson,TaylorTENKCC00000000000100000000
 
347WRJenkins,A.J.KCCTEN00000000000500000000
 
348WRRoss,JeremyDETNYG01000000000400000000
 
349WRJones,MarvinCINBAL00000000000000000000
 
350RBSmith,AntoneATLNOS26000000001700000000
 
351RBLorig,ErikNOSATL11000000000100000000
 
352RBKarim,DejiINDDEN00000000000000000000
 
353RBDixon,AnthonyBUFCHI11000000000200000000
 
354WRHogan,ChrisBUFCHI00000000000300000000
 
355TECelek,GarrettSFODAL00000000000000000000
 
356WRDavis,DrewATLNOS00000000000000000000
 
357RBCadet,TravarisNOSATL15000000001300000000
 
358WREasley,MarcusBUFCHI00000000000000000000
 
359WRJohnson,DamarisHOUWAS00000000000100000000
 
360WRGordon,JoshCLEPIT00000000000000000000
 
361WRByrd,LaRonCLEPIT00000000000000000000
 
362WRMoore,MarlonCLEPIT00000000000000000000
 
363WRParker,PrestonNYGDET00000000000000000000
 
364TESmith,LeeBUFCHI00000000000300000000
 
365TEPaul,NilesWASHOU00000000000300000000
 
366RBPolk,ChrisPHIJAC28000000000300000000
 
367WRMaehl,JeffPHIJAC00000000000100000000
 
368WRLockette,RicardoSEAGBP00000000000400000000
 
369TEGreen,VirgilDENIND00000000000300000000
 
370TETaylor,RyanGBPSEA00000000000100000000
 
371TEAusberry,DavidOAKNYJ00000000000000000000
 
372TEStocker,LukeTBBCAR00000000000400000000
 
373RBBallard,VickINDDEN00000000000000000000
 
374RBHunter,KendallSFODAL00000000000000000000
 
375WRToon,NickNOSATL00000000000700000000
 
376TEPalmer,MichaelPITCLE00000000000200000000
 
377WRDoss,TandonJACPHI00000000000500000000
 
378WRBlackmon,JustinJACPHI00000000000000000000
 
379RBGray,CyrusKCCTEN14000000001800000000
Becomes an interesting back to own if Jamaal Charles goes down. not otherwise fantasy relevant. 
380RBPead,IsaiahSTLMIN00000000000000000000
 
381RBHughes,RobertARISDC00000000000000000000
 
382TEBarden,BrandonJACPHI00000000000000000000
 
383TEKasa,NickOAKNYJ00000000000000000000
 
384TEGragg,ChrisBUFCHI00000000000000000000
 
385RBWhittaker,FozzyCARTBB26000000001600000000
 
386WRSlater,MattNEPMIA00000000000100000000
 
387WRShepard,RussellTBBCAR00000000000000000000
 
388WRBailey,StedmanSTLMIN00000000000000000000
 
389WRWeems,EricATLNOS00000000000000000000
 
390WRWilson,MarquessCHIBUF00000000000000000000
 
391RBJuszczyk,KyleBALCIN00000000000000000000
 
392WRBrown,JustinPITCLE00000000000000000000
 
393WRManningham,MarioNYGDET00000000000000000000
 
394TEWilliams,BrandonCARTBB00000000000000000000
 
395TEDoyle,JackINDDEN00000000000200000000
 
396RBRice,RayBALCIN00000000000000000000
 
397TEHarris,DemetriusKCCTEN00000000000000000000
 
398WRButler,BriceOAKNYJ00000000000300000000
 
399TECunningham,JusticeSTLMIN00000000000200000000
 
400WRSimpson,JeromeMINSTL00000000000000000000
 
401TECasey,JamesPHIJAC00000000000300000000
 
402WRSmith,RodneyMINSTL00000000000000000000
 
403RBBurkhead,RexCINBAL00000000000000000000
 
404RBRiddick,TheoDETNYG02000000000200000000
 
405WRNorwood,JordanDENIND00000000000000000000
 
406RBGillislee,MikeMIANEP00000000000000000000
 
407RBBarner,KenjonPHIJAC00000000000000000000
 
408RBMcKnight,JoeKCCTEN03000000000000000000
 
409TEBostick,BrandonGBPSEA00000000000000000000
 
410RBTaylor,StepfanARISDC26000000001300000000
 
411TEMulligan,MatthewCHIBUF00000000000100000000
 
412WRAjirotutu,SeyiSDCARI00000000000500000000
 
413WRMurphy,LouisTBBCAR00000000000200000000
 
414WRTate,BrandonCINBAL00000000000200000000
 
415WRFuller,CoreyDETNYG00000000000000000000
 
416RBPeerman,CedricCINBAL11000000000000000000
 
417TEPhillips,JohnSDCARI00000000000500000000
 
418RBLattimore,MarcusSFODAL15000000000000000000
 
419RBRobinson,DenardJACPHI13000000000000000000
 
420RBBattle,JackieTENKCC29000000000300000000
 
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