Best storylines from SI's NFL training camp tours
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Best storylines from SI's NFL training camp tours
Thursday August 6th, 2015

In the coming weeks, friends and enemies, colleagues and coworkers, diehard fans and distant family members convene with a common goal in mind: fantasy football glory and very real bragging rights. It's draft season, and no matter what format you play in,'s Top 300 rankings offer everything you need to build a championship roster. We have you covered, whether you're in a 10-team league or a 16-team league that uses three flex players. The rankings are based on standard-scoring leagues, awarding one point for 10 rushing and receiving yards, one point for 25 passing yards, six points for rushing and receiving touchdowns, and four points for passing touchdowns.


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Rank1 PlayerEddie Lacy Pos. (Rank)RB (01) TeamGB Auction$55 Bye7 ProfileFrom skill set to role to ceiling to enviroment to age, no back is in as good a situation as Lacy in 2015.
Rank2 PlayerLe’Veon Bell Pos. (Rank)RB (02) TeamPIT Auction$55 Bye11 ProfileIf not for his two-game suspension, Bell would be the consensus No. 1 overall pick. The perfect running back for the modern NFL.
Rank3 PlayerJamaal Charles Pos. (Rank)RB (03) TeamKC Auction$54 Bye9 ProfileThe mileage is starting to add up, but Charles has put together three consecutive elite seasons.
Rank4 PlayerDez Bryant Pos. (Rank)WR (01) TeamDAL Auction$53 Bye6 ProfileBryant has three consecutive years with 1,200 receiving yards and 12 TDs. There's no surer thing at the receiver position.
Rank5 PlayerMarshawn Lynch Pos. (Rank)RB (04) TeamSEA Auction$53 Bye9 ProfileLynch has four straight seasons with 1,200 rushing yards and 11 TDs. There's no safer player in the draft.
Rank6 PlayerAntonio Brown Pos. (Rank)WR (02) TeamPIT Auction$49 Bye11 ProfileBrown should rack up another 170 targets in Pittsburgh's pass-happy offense. A third straight 1,500-yard season appears as likely as possible.
Rank7 PlayerAdrian Peterson Pos. (Rank)RB (05) TeamMIN Auction$49 Bye5 ProfileAfter missing 15 games last season, Peterson is ready to remind the league who the best pure runner was before his suspension.
Rank8 PlayerJeremy Hill Pos. (Rank)RB (06) TeamCIN Auction$45 Bye7 ProfileHill came on strong down the stretch and finished with 1,124 rushing yards and nine TDs as a rookie. He's the unquestioned starter ahead of Giovani Bernard in Cincinnati.
Rank9 PlayerDemaryius Thomas Pos. (Rank)WR (03) TeamDEN Auction$47 Bye7 ProfileEven with Peyton Manning's health in question, Thomas is a rock-solid top-10 pick. He has had at least 1,400 yards and 10 scores in each of the last three seasons.
Rank10 PlayerJulio Jones Pos. (Rank)WR (04) TeamATL Auction$44 Bye10 ProfileIf not for a late-season hip injury, Jones may have led the league in yards last year. One of many receivers who could realistically be the top dog at the end of the year.
Rank11 PlayerOdell Beckham Jr. Pos. (Rank)WR (05) TeamNYG Auction$44 Bye11 ProfileFrom the moment he stepped on the field last year, Beckham was the best receiver in football. We can't wait to see what he does for an encore.
Rank12 PlayerMatt Forte Pos. (Rank)RB (07) TeamCHI Auction$40 Bye7 ProfileMarc Trestman's offense made Forte a receiving star, and the more measured approach of Adam Gase and John Fox should keep him among the elite, albeit in a more traditional way.
Rank13 PlayerC.J. Anderson Pos. (Rank)RB (08) TeamDEN Auction$39 Bye7 ProfileAnderson starred for the Broncos once he became the feature back, but will they lean on him for all of 2015 they way they did at the end of '14?
Rank14 PlayerCalvin Johnson Pos. (Rank)WR (06) TeamDET Auction$39 Bye9 ProfileThe injury risk is real, but Johnson is still arguably the most talented receiver in the league when healthy.
Rank15 PlayerRob Gronkowski Pos. (Rank)TE (01) TeamNE Auction$39 Bye4 ProfileYou'll probably have to go earlier on Gronk to get him, but the receivers listed right before him make for a better overall investment.
Rank16 PlayerA.J. Green Pos. (Rank)WR (07) TeamCIN Auction$37 Bye7 ProfileHindered by injuries and Andy Dalton's poor play, Green still had 1,041 yards and six TDs last year. Don't put too much stock into last season's mild disappointment.
Rank17 PlayerRandall Cobb Pos. (Rank)WR (08) TeamGB Auction$35 Bye7 ProfileIt may be a challenge for Cobb to match what he did last season, but the passing environment in Green Bay should keep him north of 1,000 yards and 10 TDs.
Rank18 PlayerDeMarco Murray Pos. (Rank)RB (09) TeamPHI Auction$35 Bye8 ProfileMurray was arguably the fantasy MVP last season, but he totaled nearly 500 touches including the playoffs and enters a new situation with the Eagles.
Rank19 PlayerAndrew Luck Pos. (Rank)QB (01) TeamIND Auction$34 Bye10 ProfileWeek 16 notwithstanding, Luck was the most consistent fantasy QB last year. He has reached fantasy stud status.
Rank20 PlayerAlshon Jeffery Pos. (Rank)WR (09) TeamCHI Auction$32 Bye7 ProfileThe Bears were a disaster last season, but Jeffery still had 1,133 yards and 10 scores. He's the main show in town with Brandon Marshall in New York.
Rank21 PlayerAaron Rodgers Pos. (Rank)QB (02) TeamGB Auction$31 Bye7 ProfileRodgers was the No. 1 quarterback in these rankings until Jordy Nelson tore his ACL. Rodgers will still be elite, but Luck is now the best fantasy quarterback in the league.
Rank22 PlayerLamar Miller Pos. (Rank)RB (10) TeamMIA Auction$30 Bye5 ProfileHas there ever been a player coming off a 1,374-yard, nine-TD season getting less attention than Miller? He could be even better this year if Miami's offense takes a step forward.
Rank23 PlayerMike Evans Pos. (Rank)WR (10) TeamTB Auction$27 Bye6 ProfileEvans was the No. 11 fantasy receiver as a rookie with the immortal duo of Josh McCown and Mike Glennon throwing him the ball. Things can only get better with Jameis Winston.
Rank24 PlayerJimmy Graham Pos. (Rank)TE (02) TeamSEA Auction$25 Bye9 ProfileThat an 889-yard, 10-TD season felt like a letdown tells you all you need to know about Graham. He and Russell Wilson could be electric together.
Rank25 PlayerMelvin Gordon Pos. (Rank)RB (11) TeamSD Auction$25 Bye10 ProfileThe Wisconsin product landed in an ideal situation in San Diego. He has top-10 overall potential.
Rank26 PlayerJustin Forsett Pos. (Rank)RB (12) TeamBAL Auction$25 Bye9 ProfileForsett broke out last season and could be in for an even bigger year with Marc Trestman running the offense. Expect him to be an easy RB2 who could push the RB1 class.
Rank27 PlayerT.Y. Hilton Pos. (Rank)WR (11) TeamIND Auction$25 Bye10 ProfileAnother year as Andrew Luck's favored target should mean a minimum of 140 targets. If he can find the end zone consistently, he'll be a top-10 receiver.
Rank28 PlayerLeSean McCoy Pos. (Rank)RB (13) TeamBUF Auction$24 Bye8 ProfileMcCoy traded the uptempo Philadelphia offense for one in Buffalo that should get him more carries. Consider it a wash. He's a high-end RB2.
Rank29 PlayerMark Ingram Pos. (Rank)RB (14) TeamNO Auction$24 Bye11 ProfileInjuries cost Ingram three games, but he was the No. 10 running back on a per-game basis last year. Don't worry about C.J. Spiller.
Rank30 PlayerRussell Wilson Pos. (Rank)QB (03) TeamSEA Auction$24 Bye9 ProfileWilson became a fantasy star last season, and now he has his first go-to pass catcher in Jimmy Graham. If someone breaks up the Rodgers–Luck pair at the top, it'll be him.
Rank31 PlayerEmmanuel Sanders Pos. (Rank)WR (12) TeamDEN Auction$23 Bye7 ProfileSanders enjoyed a career year playing with Peyton Manning. Even if the future Hall of Famer regresses this year, Sanders should post strong WR2 numbers.
Rank32 PlayerDeAndre Hopkins Pos. (Rank)WR (13) TeamHOU Auction$22 Bye9 ProfileIt would be great to see what Hopkins could do with someone like Aaron Rodgers or Andrew Luck as his QB. He remains a strong WR2 option.
Rank33 PlayerJeremy Maclin Pos. (Rank)WR (14) TeamKC Auction$20 Bye9 ProfileHe may not be in Philly anymore, but Maclin won't disappear simply because he's on the Chiefs. I'd bet anything he's still a WR2 this year.
Rank34 PlayerFrank Gore Pos. (Rank)RB (15) TeamSF Auction$20 Bye10 ProfileGore could probably run for 1,100 yards per season until he's 50. The Indianapolis offense should give him more scoring opportunities than he had in San Francisco last year.
Rank35 PlayerAndre Johnson Pos. (Rank)WR (15) TeamIND Auction$18 Bye10 ProfileJohnson may be entering the twilight of his career, but he had 1,407 yards two seasons ago and has never had a quarterback like Andrew Luck.
Rank36 PlayerJonathan Stewart Pos. (Rank)RB (16) TeamCAR Auction$18 Bye5 ProfileStewart racked up 4.6 yards per carry last year and finally has the backfield all to himself in Carolina. Injuries are always a threat, but this could be his best season.
Rank37 PlayerCarlos Hyde Pos. (Rank)RB (17) TeamSF Auction$18 Bye10 ProfileWith Frank Gore in Indianapolis, the Niners are set to hand the keys to Hyde in the backfield. He has all the tools. Now he just has to put it together.
Rank38 PlayerBen Roethlisberger Pos. (Rank)QB (04) TeamPIT Auction$18 Bye11 ProfileRoethlisberger had his best statistical year in '14 and has, in his own words, the most potent collection of weapons he has ever had in his career this season.
Rank39 PlayerPeyton Manning Pos. (Rank)QB (05) TeamDEN Auction$18 Bye7 ProfileEveryone remembers the way Manning's production cratered at the end of last season, but he still threw for 4,727 yards and 39 TDs. His demise has been greatly overstated.
Rank40 PlayerChris Ivory Pos. (Rank)RB (18) TeamNYJ Auction$18 Bye5 ProfileIf Ivory can hold off Stevan Ridley and Zac Stacy in training camp, you'll want to move him up your rankings. He can be a top-25 back without a problem.
Rank41 PlayerAmeer Abdullah Pos. (Rank)RB (19) TeamDET Auction$17 Bye9 ProfileJoique Bell isn't going anywhere, but Abdullah can be an explosive player for the Lions. A changing of the guard is coming.
Rank42 PlayerJordan Matthews Pos. (Rank)WR (16) TeamPHI Auction$16 Bye8 ProfileMatthews takes over as the No. 1 receiver in Philadelphia this season. It's a position that has produced an average of 83.5 catches, 1,325 yards and 9.5 TDs under Chip Kelly.
Rank43 PlayerTravis Kelce Pos. (Rank)TE (03) TeamKC Auction$16 Bye9 ProfileKelce is a prime breakout selection this year, and it's easy to see why when you watch him play. He could legitimately be the top fantasy tight end.
Rank44 PlayerLeGarrette Blount Pos. (Rank)RB (20) TeamNE Auction$16 Bye4 ProfileBill Belichick loves to pull the rug out from under fantasy owners, but Stevan Ridley and Shane Vereen are gone. This should be Blount's show.
Rank45 PlayerGolden Tate Pos. (Rank)WR (17) TeamDET Auction$15 Bye5 ProfileTate benefitted from Calvin Johnson's ankle injury last year, but you don't accidentally rack up 99 catches and 1,331 yards. He should again be a strong WR2.
Rank46 PlayerDavante Adams Pos. (Rank)WR (18) TeamGB Auction$15 Bye7 ProfileNow that Adams will be a starter in the Green Bay offense, he should easily post a WR2 season.
Rank47 PlayerDeSean Jackson Pos. (Rank)WR (19) TeamWAS Auction$15 Bye8 ProfileDespite a nightmare season in Washington, Jackson had 1,169 yards and six scores. Big-play reliant, but has proven time and time again he can hit the home run with consistency.
Rank48 PlayerGreg Olsen Pos. (Rank)TE (04) TeamCAR Auction$15 Bye5 ProfileOlsen set career highs in receptions (84) and yards (1,008) last season and remains one of Cam Newton's favorite targets.
Rank49 PlayerLatavius Murray Pos. (Rank)RB (21) TeamOAK Auction$15 Bye6 ProfileBetting on the Raiders seems like a foolish move, but there's no doubt that Murray has the skill set to be a strong RB2.
Rank50 PlayerAlfred Morris Pos. (Rank)RB (22) TeamWAS Auction$14 Bye8 ProfileThe forever underappreciated Morris is one of only two backs to rack up at least 1,200 yards from scrimmage and seven TDs each of the last three seasons. The other is Marshawn Lynch.
Rank51 PlayerBrandin Cooks Pos. (Rank)WR (20) TeamNO Auction$14 Bye11 ProfileCooks rose up the ranks when the Saints sent Jimmy Graham to Seattle, but keep your expectations in check. He averaged just 7.6 yards per target last year.
Rank52 PlayerTom Brady Pos. (Rank)QB (06) TeamNE Auction$14 Bye4 ProfileThe four-game suspension still hangs over his head, and that's enough to push him behind the Manning-Romo-Ryan-Tannehill-Newton tier of quarterbacks.
Rank53 PlayerDrew Brees Pos. (Rank)QB (07) TeamNO Auction$14 Bye11 ProfileBrees's disappointing 2014 season: 4,952 yards, 33 TDs, 7.51 yards per attempt. He's still good at this quarterback thing.
Rank54 PlayerAndre Ellington Pos. (Rank)RB (23) TeamARI Auction$14 Bye9 ProfileEllington missed four games and averaged just 3.3 yards per carry last year. Don't bet on the Cardinals trying to turn him into a workhorse again this season.
Rank55 PlayerC.J. Spiller Pos. (Rank)RB (24) TeamNO Auction$14 Bye11 ProfileSpiller won't be a workhorse for the Saints, but he could be the perfect back to pair with Mark Ingram behind Drew Brees. Circle his name before your draft.
Rank56 PlayerJulian Edelman Pos. (Rank)WR (21) TeamNE Auction$13 Bye4 ProfileEdelman is a PPR machine, but his ceiling is limited in non-PPR leagues. He has just 10 touchdowns in the last two years combined.
Rank57 PlayerEli Manning Pos. (Rank)QB (08) TeamNYG Auction$13 Bye11 ProfileManning has never had better weapons than he does this season. Given the Giants' expected defensive struggles, he may have to throw the ball 600 times this year.
Rank58 PlayerTony Romo Pos. (Rank)QB (09) TeamDAL Auction$13 Bye6 ProfileForever one of the most underrated fantasy and real-life quarterbacks. All Romo does is post top-10 fantasy seasons.
Rank59 PlayerMatt Ryan Pos. (Rank)QB (10) TeamATL Auction$13 Bye10 ProfileRyan's ceiling is his floor, but that's not necessarily a bad thing. You can pretty much take 4,500 yards and 28 TDs to the bank.
Rank60 PlayerRyan Tannehill Pos. (Rank)QB (11) TeamMIA Auction$12 Bye5 ProfileTannehill has improved every season, and the Dolphins added Kenny Stills, Jordan Cameron and DeVante Parker to his stable of weapons. Could take a huge leap.
Rank61 PlayerEric Decker Pos. (Rank)WR (22) TeamNYJ Auction$12 Bye5 ProfileEnvironment is everything in fantasy, something Decker learned last year. He's still an imposing force, and Brandon Marshall's presence this year should help.
Rank62 PlayerGiovani Bernard Pos. (Rank)RB (25) TeamCIN Auction$12 Bye7 ProfileBernard lost his starting gig to Jeremy Hill, but he may be better suited to a Darren Sproles-style role. There's still plenty of upside here.
Rank63 PlayerAllen Robinson Pos. (Rank)WR (23) TeamJAC Auction$12 Bye8 ProfileRobinson showed flashes of greatness in his rookie year before a foot injury ended his season. He's a popular breakout pick for 2015, with good reason.
Rank64 PlayerTodd Gurley Pos. (Rank)RB (26) TeamSTL Auction$11 Bye6 ProfileGurley may be a star in the future, but he's less than a year removed from a serious knee injury, and Tre Mason remains involved and capable.
Rank65 PlayerBrandon Marshall Pos. (Rank)WR (24) TeamNYJ Auction$11 Bye5 ProfileMarshall's fantasy stock took a serious hit when the Bears dealt him to the Jets. Can his quarterback actually get him the ball?
Rank66 PlayerDoug Martin Pos. (Rank)RB (27) TeamTB Auction$11 Bye6 ProfileAfter two straight awful seasons, it's time to look at Martin's rookie year as the outlier. Beware of Charles Sims.
Rank67 PlayerJoseph Randle Pos. (Rank)RB (28) TeamDAL Auction$11 Bye6 ProfileRandle is the favorite to get the majority of the carries behind Dallas's stout offensive line. Darren McFadden will be involved, however.
Rank68 PlayerMartellus Bennett Pos. (Rank)TE (05) TeamCHI Auction$11 Bye7 ProfileBennett won't threaten the top of the position, but he has averaged 77.5 catches, 837.5 yards and 5.5 TDs per season in his two years with the Bears.
Rank69 PlayerRashad Jennings Pos. (Rank)RB (29) TeamNYG Auction$11 Bye11 ProfileJennings missed five games due to injury last year but was the No. 22 running back by points per game. He's the primary runner in what should be a strong offense.
Rank70 PlayerJoique Bell Pos. (Rank)RB (30) TeamDET Auction$10 Bye9 ProfileBell might be the most boring pick in any fantasy league, but his role should guarantee him at least one more year of relevance.
Rank71 PlayerSammy Watkins Pos. (Rank)WR (25) TeamBUF Auction$10 Bye8 ProfileIf we had more confidence in Buffalo's quarterback situation, Watkins could be 20 spots higher in these rankings. The talent is there in spades.
Rank72 PlayerAmari Cooper Pos. (Rank)WR (26) TeamOAK Auction$10 Bye6 ProfileCooper is an all-world talent, but the limitations in Oakland could hold him back this season.
Rank73 PlayerTorrey Smith Pos. (Rank)WR (27) TeamSF Auction$9 Bye10 ProfileSmith's fantasy WR ranking by year: 22, 23, 21, 19. He's better, and more consistent, than you think.
Rank74 PlayerCharles Johnson Pos. (Rank)WR (28) TeamMIN Auction$9 Bye5 ProfileJohnson played more than one-third of the Vikings' snaps for the first time in Week 11 last year, and he quickly moved into the starting lineup after that. He has top-20 receiver upside.
Rank75 PlayerVincent Jackson Pos. (Rank)WR (29) TeamSD Auction$9 Bye10 ProfileJackson's production slowed last year, but he put up his sixth career 1,000-yard season. The question now is can he again find the end zone with regularity?
Rank76 PlayerJordan Cameron Pos. (Rank)TE (06) TeamMIA Auction$9 Bye5 ProfileIf Cameron stays healthy, a top-five tight end season is in the offing. His talent and surroundings in Miami almost guarantee it.
Rank77 PlayerShane Vereen Pos. (Rank)RB (31) TeamNYG Auction$9 Bye11 ProfileThe Giants and Vereen are a match made in heaven. The team needed a pass-catching back, and he gets to be a crucial player in a pass-happy offense.
Rank78 PlayerAnquan Boldin Pos. (Rank)WR (30) TeamSF Auction$9 Bye10 ProfileNo one makes money betting against Anquan Boldin. Averaged 84 catches, 1,120.5 yards and six TDs in his age-33 and -34 seasons.
Rank79 PlayerMichael Floyd Pos. (Rank)WR (31) TeamARI Auction$8 Bye9 ProfileForget about last season. Floyd is still a 25-year-old 6'3", 220-pound receiver with speed to stretch the field. Even with the broken fingers, he should be back by Week 1 or 2.
Rank80 PlayerJarvis Landry Pos. (Rank)WR (32) TeamMIA Auction$8 Bye5 ProfileThis is as much a bet on the Miami offense as it is on Landry. Give him a boost in PPR leagues.
Rank81 PlayerKeenan Allen Pos. (Rank)WR (33) TeamSD Auction$8 Bye10 ProfileAllen's not as bad as last year's stats suggest, but he may not be as good as his rookie numbers promised, either.
Rank82 PlayerMatthew Stafford Pos. (Rank)QB (12) TeamDET Auction$8 Bye9 ProfileStafford has a great pair of receivers in Calvin Johnson and Golden Tate, and a solid backfield duo of Ameer Abdullah and Joique Bell behind him. He can jump back into the top 10.
Rank83 PlayerMike Wallace Pos. (Rank)WR (34) TeamMIN Auction$8 Bye5 ProfileThe Vikings traded for Wallace to give Teddy Bridgewater another deep threat alongside Charles Johnson. If you believe in Bridgewater, you should like Wallace.
Rank84 PlayerJohn Brown Pos. (Rank)WR (35) TeamARI Auction$7 Bye9 ProfileBrown is the prime deep threat in an offense that was actually pretty good before Carson Palmer's knee injury last season.
Rank85 PlayerTevin Coleman Pos. (Rank)RB (32) TeamATL Auction$7 Bye10 ProfileColeman did it all at Indiana, turning himself into a third-round pick in the draft. The battle between him and Devonta Freeman will be one of the most interesting stories in training camp.
Rank86 PlayerT.J. Yeldon Pos. (Rank)RB (33) TeamJAC Auction$7 Bye8 ProfileThe rookie will have every chance to start in Jacksonville, but Denard Robinson impressed in the second half of last season. Don't assume Yeldon has the backfield to himself.
Rank87 PlayerDelanie Walker Pos. (Rank)TE (07) TeamTEN Auction$6 Bye4 ProfileWalker isn't going to blow anyone away, but he's the safest tight end once you get beyond the obvious top six at the position.
Rank88 PlayerSteve Smith Pos. (Rank)WR (36) TeamBAL Auction$6 Bye9 ProfileA smaller, more explosive version of Anquan Boldin. You don't win by betting against Smith.
Rank89 PlayerBrian Quick Pos. (Rank)WR (37) TeamSTL Auction$6 Bye6 ProfileQuick was on his way to a strong season before a shoulder injury put him on the shelf. The Rams will lean on him as Nick Foles's top target.
Rank90 PlayerRyan Mathews Pos. (Rank)RB (34) TeamPHI Auction$6 Bye8 ProfileDeMarco Murray is the man in Philadelphia, but Mathews will have enough of a role to be a useful fantasy running back. Don't forget about him.
Rank91 PlayerVictor Cruz Pos. (Rank)WR (38) TeamNYG Auction$6 Bye11 ProfileIf he's at or near 100% by Week 1, this ranking will be too low. He and Odell Beckham Jr. can wreak havoc on secondaries this year.
Rank92 PlayerMartavis Bryant Pos. (Rank)WR (39) TeamPIT Auction$6 Bye11 ProfileAfter scoring eight touchdowns in just 10 games as a rookie, Bryant has significant breakout potential this year. If someone in this range becomes a top-10 receiver, my money is on him.
Rank93 PlayerEddie Royal Pos. (Rank)WR (40) TeamCHI Auction$5 Bye7 ProfileRoyal is reunited with Jay Cutler in Chicago this season after a pair of resurgent years in San Diego. He's an intriguing late-round flier.
Rank94 PlayerRoddy White Pos. (Rank)WR (41) TeamATL Auction$5 Bye10 ProfileWhite finished south of 1,000 yards and dealt with injuries for the second straight season. He's no more than depth at this stage of his career.
Rank95 PlayerOwen Daniels Pos. (Rank)TE (08) TeamDEN Auction$5 Bye7 ProfileNo tight end has ever gone hungry playing with Peyton Manning. Daniels can throw it back to his younger days if he stays healthy.
Rank96 PlayerZach Ertz Pos. (Rank)TE (09) TeamPHI Auction$5 Bye8 ProfileErtz has burned the fantasy community each of the last two years. I'm inclined to let someone else buy in this season.
Rank97 PlayerPierre Garcon Pos. (Rank)WR (42) TeamWAS Auction$5 Bye8 ProfileLast year was a disaster, but Garcon is still 28 years old and one season removed from racking up 1,346 yards on 113 receptions.
Rank98 PlayerCam Newton Pos. (Rank)QB (13) TeamCAR Auction$5 Bye5 ProfileNewton's rushing production keeps his floor relatively high among quarterbacks, but he's not going to make a huge leap through the air without Kelvin Benjamin.
Rank99 PlayerBrandon LaFell Pos. (Rank)WR (43) TeamNE Auction$5 Bye4 ProfileLaFell should once again benefit from being in the New England offense, but don’t expect a reprisal of last season.
Rank100 PlayerColin Kaepernick Pos. (Rank)QB (14) TeamSF Auction$5 Bye10 ProfileKaepernick has undeniable upside, but we need to see more consistency as a passer. He's going to run for more than one TD, unlike last season.
Rank101 PlayerNelson Agholor Pos. (Rank)WR (44) TeamPHI Auction$5 Bye8 ProfileYou'll have to act sooner if you want Agholor on your team. Understand that the No. 2 receiver in Chip Kelly's offense hasn't exactly been a fantasy stud.
Rank102 PlayerDevonta Freeman Pos. (Rank)RB (35) TeamATL Auction$5 Bye10 ProfileThe second-year man out of Florida State is locked in an intense training camp battle with Tevin Coleman. If he's named the starter, bump him up 30 spots.
Rank103 PlayerKendall Wright Pos. (Rank)WR (45) TeamTEN Auction$5 Bye4 ProfileWright took a step back last season, but it's hard to blame him given the ineptitude of the Tennessee offense. The 2013 version is more likely the real Wright.
Rank104 PlayerKenny Stills Pos. (Rank)WR (46) TeamMIA Auction$5 Bye5 ProfileStills is now Ryan Tannehill's main deep threat after a pair of trades landed him in Miami and sent Mike Wallace to Minnesota. Always seemed under-utilized in New Orleans.
Rank105 PlayerJay Cutler Pos. (Rank)QB (15) TeamCHI Auction$5 Bye7 ProfileAs bad as Cutler was last season, he was still 10th in fantasy points per game before losing his job to Jimmy Clausen. A reined-in Cutler under Adam Gase and John Fox should be a better one.
Rank106 PlayerJason Witten Pos. (Rank)TE (10) TeamDAL Auction$5 Bye6 ProfileWitten's likely to be more involved in the passing game this season, but don't expect much more than production just inside the top 10 at the position.
Rank107 PlayerAndy Dalton Pos. (Rank)QB (16) TeamCIN Auction$5 Bye7 ProfileDalton's ceiling is so low that it's hard to want him as a backup but high enough that he becomes a noteworthy player in two-QB leagues.
Rank108 PlayerPhilip Rivers Pos. (Rank)QB (17) TeamSD Auction$5 Bye10 ProfileRivers staved off the fantasy grim reaper again last season and should be right on the fringes, if not just inside, the QB1 class.
Rank109 PlayerTeddy Bridgewater Pos. (Rank)QB (18) TeamMIN Auction$5 Bye5 ProfileEveryone's favorite breakout quarterback. Soon enough, we're going to look back and wonder how the Vikings stole Bridgewater with the last pick in the first round in 2014.
Rank110 PlayerTre Mason Pos. (Rank)RB (36) TeamSTL Auction$5 Bye6 ProfileIf I had to bet right now, my money would be on Mason, not Todd Gurley, to lead the Rams backfield in fantasy points. There are simply too many red flags surrounding the rookie.
Rank111 PlayerCharles Sims Pos. (Rank)RB (37) TeamTB Auction$5 Bye6 ProfileSims is essentially still a rookie after an ankle injury cost him nearly all of the 2014 season. He could be the starter in Tampa Bay sooner rather than later.
Rank112 PlayerCarson Palmer Pos. (Rank)QB (19) TeamARI Auction$5 Bye9 ProfileThe Cardinals' offense was really clicking before Palmer's season-ending knee injury. He's not quite starter material in one-QB leagues, but he is just outside that group.
Rank113 PlayerLarry Fitzgerald Pos. (Rank)WR (47) TeamARI Auction$4 Bye9 ProfileFitzgerald has failed to reach 1,000 yards each of the last three seasons. Don't be fooled by the name brand this year.
Rank114 PlayerDarren McFadden Pos. (Rank)RB (38) TeamDAL Auction$4 Bye6 ProfilePay close attention to McFadden's training camp battles with Joseph Randle. One of them is likely to be a top-25 back.
Rank115 PlayerIsaiah Crowell Pos. (Rank)RB (39) TeamCLE Auction$4 Bye11 ProfileWhether it's Crowell, Terrance West or Duke Johnson in the Cleveland backfield, this is a headache fantasy owners are better off avoiding this season.
Rank116 PlayerArian Foster Pos. (Rank)RB (40) TeamHOU Auction$4 Bye9 ProfileWe've already reached the flier stage at this point. Why not take one an a superstar who could still play eight games this season?
Rank117 PlayerJustin Hunter Pos. (Rank)WR (48) TeamTEN Auction$4 Bye4 ProfileI admit to being a noted Hunter apologist, but I'm buying back in this season. Be aware that he could face a suspension as a result of a bar fight he was allegedly a part of this summer.
Rank118 PlayerDevin Funchess Pos. (Rank)WR (49) TeamCAR Auction$4 Bye5 ProfileThanks to the Kelvin Benjamin injury, Funchess becomes a borderline WR3 with potential to break into the top 30 at the position.
Rank119 PlayerBishop Sankey Pos. (Rank)RB (41) TeamTEN Auction$4 Bye4 ProfileSankey and rookie David Cobb are about to engage in one of this season's best training camp battles. Smart money is on Sankey winning the job.
Rank120 PlayerDavid Cobb Pos. (Rank)RB (42) TeamTEN Auction$4 Bye4 ProfileThe Titans selected Cobb out of Minnesota in fifth round of the 2014 draft, but chances are he'll back up second-year back Bishop Sankey this season.
Rank121 PlayerJoe Flacco Pos. (Rank)QB (20) TeamBAL Auction$4 Bye9 ProfileFlacco threw a career-high 27 TDs last season and needed a five-score game against the lowly Bucs to get there. He's a fantasy backup.
Rank122 PlayerRueben Randle Pos. (Rank)WR (50) TeamNYG Auction$4 Bye11 ProfileRandle was a disappointment last year, but he still had 71 catches for 938 yards. If he sprinkles in a few more TDs this year, he'll be a steal at his ADP.
Rank123 PlayerReggie Bush Pos. (Rank)RB (43) TeamSF Auction$4 Bye10 ProfileThere are no guarantees with Bush, but things could get very interesting with him and Kaepernick lined up alongside each other in the San Francisco backfield.
Rank124 PlayerRoy Helu Pos. (Rank)RB (44) TeamOAK Auction$4 Bye6 ProfileHelu never got a fair shake at showing his complete game in Washington. Even with Latavius Murray in front of him, he's likely to have a larger role in Oakland.
Rank125 PlayerDenard Robinson Pos. (Rank)RB (45) TeamJAC Auction$2 Bye8 ProfileRobinson may have been 100 spots higher if the Jaguars didn't draft T.J. Yeldon. Don't expect him to simply roll over and accept a role as a backup, though.
Rank126 PlayerAlfred Blue Pos. (Rank)RB (46) TeamHOU Auction$4 Bye9 ProfileBlue should be the starter while Arian Foster is out with his groin injury, but that won't guarantee him a spot among the RB2 class.
Rank127 PlayerCody Latimer Pos. (Rank)WR (51) TeamDEN Auction$4 Bye7 ProfileLatimer was everyone's favorite deep sleeper last season, and then he barely saw the field. Gary Kubiak, however, is already praising the second-year receiver out of Indiana.
Rank128 PlayerTyler Eifert Pos. (Rank)TE (11) TeamCIN Auction$4 Bye7 ProfileEifert essentially lost last season to a dislocated elbow. He has the look of a prototypical modern-day tight end. Now he needs to prove he can be one.
Rank129 PlayerJulius Thomas Pos. (Rank)TE (12) TeamJAC Auction$4 Bye8 ProfileThis is what happens when you trade Peyton Manning and an offense that scored 126 TDs the last two seasons for Blake Bortles and one that scored 47.
Rank130 PlayerDevante Parker Pos. (Rank)WR (52) TeamMIA Auction$3 Bye5 ProfileKeep tabs on the Louisville product's recovery from a foot injury in training camp. If he can get back on the field early in the season, he could have a Martavis Bryant-level impact.
Rank131 PlayerSam Bradford Pos. (Rank)QB (21) TeamPHI Auction$3 Bye8 ProfileChip Kelly might be a miracle worker on the field, but the fawning over Bradford would have you believe he's some combination of Dr. James Andrews and Midas.
Rank132 PlayerDwayne Allen Pos. (Rank)TE (13) TeamIND Auction$3 Bye10 ProfileAllen was a prolific TD scorer last season, hitting paydirt eight times in 13 games. There's a lot to like here, but it's hard to bet on that TD rate coming through again.
Rank133 PlayerAustin Seferian-Jenkins Pos. (Rank)TE (14) TeamTB Auction$2 Bye6 ProfileThe big second-year tight end out of Washington is expected to have a much bigger role in the offense this year. He could turn that into fantasy relevance.
Rank134 PlayerJosh Hill Pos. (Rank)TE (15) TeamNO Auction$2 Bye11 ProfileHill takes over for Jimmy Graham as the starter in New Orleans. Chances are someone in your league likes him more than this.
Rank135 PlayerDuke Johnson Pos. (Rank)RB (47) TeamCLE Auction$3 Bye11 ProfileJohnson will fit somewhere into the Cleveland backfield with Isaiah Crowell and Terrance West. There's a lot of uncertainty and not a lot of room for profit.
Rank136 PlayerMarques Colston Pos. (Rank)WR (53) TeamNO Auction$3 Bye11 ProfileHe's not the player he was five years ago, but his size still makes him a threat. He could get more red-zone looks with Jimmy Graham in Seattle.
Rank137 PlayerAntonio Gates Pos. (Rank)TE (16) TeamSD Auction$2 Bye10 ProfileGates would likely be higher if not for a three-game suspension. By time he returns, Ladarius Green may have turned him into Wally Pipp.
Rank138 PlayerJerick McKinon Pos. (Rank)RB (48) TeamMIN Auction$3 Bye5 ProfileMcKinnon did some really nice things in his rookie year, but it's the Adrian Peterson show again in Minnesota. He's the preferred handcuff over Matt Asiata.
Rank139 PlayerMarvin Jones Pos. (Rank)WR (54) TeamCIN Auction$2 Bye7 ProfileJones missed all of last season with a foot injury, but that might just make him one of the biggest bargains in 2015. He scored 10 times two seasons ago, though it must be said that four were in one game.
Rank140 PlayerRobert Griffin III Pos. (Rank)QB (22) TeamWAS Auction$3 Bye8 ProfileIt's almost shocking how quickly Griffin went from "rookie phenom who swung fantasy leagues" to "late-round dart." Such is life in the NFL.
Rank141 PlayerLarry Donnell Pos. (Rank)TE (17) TeamNYG Auction$1 Bye11 ProfileThe rising tide of the Giants' offense should lift Donnell's boat this year. He's one of a number of mid-pack tight ends who could break into the top 10.
Rank142 PlayerJordan Reed Pos. (Rank)TE (18) TeamWAS Auction$1 Bye8 ProfileReed's only real issue is health. Of course, that's enough to make him a hard player to draft in anything but deep leagues.
Rank143 PlayerDeAngelo Williams Pos. (Rank)RB (49) TeamPIT Auction$3 Bye11 ProfileWilliams will be an interesting player during Le'Veon Bell's suspension. If you end up with Bell, make sure Williams is on your radar.
Rank144 PlayerLadarius Green Pos. (Rank)TE (19) TeamSD Auction$1 Bye10 ProfileGreen will have three games to show that it's time for Antonio Gates to pass the torch.
Rank145 PlayerDwayne Bowe Pos. (Rank)WR (55) TeamCLE Auction$2 Bye11 ProfileOnly the Browns could say, "You know the guy who led the WR corps that didn't have any touchdowns last season? Let's get him." It's destiny.
Rank146 PlayerBreshad Perriman Pos. (Rank)WR (56) TeamBAL Auction$2 Bye9 ProfilePerriman should start alongside Steve Smith in his rookie year. He's an intriguing talent who won't cost nearly as much as the other rookie receivers.
Rank147 PlayerAndre Williams Pos. (Rank)RB (50) TeamNYG Auction$3 Bye11 ProfileWhile Rashad Jennings was injured last year, Williams proved he's nothing more than a timeshare or short-yardage back. Don't get excited here.
Rank148 PlayerTravaris Cadet Pos. (Rank)RB (51) TeamNE Auction$3 Bye4 ProfileCadet caught 38 balls with the Saints last season, the first year in which he got meaningful playing time. He may take over the role vacated by Shane Vereen. A true sleeper.
Rank149 PlayerKyle Rudolph Pos. (Rank)TE (20) TeamMIN Auction$1 Bye5 ProfileIf Rudolph manages to stay on the field for 16 games this year, he could vault into the top 10 at tight end. He and the Vikings offense as a whole have breakout potential.
Rank150 PlayerAlex Smith Pos. (Rank)QB (23) TeamKC Auction$2 Bye9 ProfileSmith won't ever be a fun fantasy pick, but with Jamaal Charles, Travis Kelce and Jeremy Maclin, he has some real weapons to work with this year.
Rank151 PlayerJameis Winston Pos. (Rank)QB (24) TeamTB Auction$2 Bye6 ProfileFew rookie quarterbacks get to play with a pair of receivers like Mike Evans and Vincent Jackson. That should ease Winston's transition to the NFL.
Rank152 PlayerMarcus Mariota Pos. (Rank)QB (25) TeamTEN Auction$2 Bye4 ProfileThe Titans will hand the reins to Mariota this season, and he does have a nice collection of weapons around him. He's an interesting player in two-QB leagues.
Rank153 PlayerGreg Jennings Pos. (Rank)WR (57) TeamMIA Auction$2 Bye5 ProfileJennings is the elder statesman in Miami, but there are a lot of mouths to feed. He might be left hungry this year.
Rank154 PlayerTerrance Williams Pos. (Rank)WR (58) TeamDAL Auction$2 Bye6 ProfileThe fact that Williams hasn't established himself as a fantasy mainstay despite being the No. 2 receiver in Dallas for two years is damning.
Rank155 PlayerPercy Harvin Pos. (Rank)WR (59) TeamBUF Auction$2 Bye8 ProfileIf you wait to take Harvin here, you won't get him. That's okay, though. He hasn't proven himself capable of staying healthy or being a consistent threat.
Rank156 PlayerMontee Ball Pos. (Rank)RB (52) TeamDEN Auction$2 Bye7 ProfileBall was about 140 spots higher at this time one year ago. He's still just 24 years old, and it's not like he's playing behind Barry Sanders. Keep him on your radar in the endgame.
Rank157 PlayerJay Ajayi Pos. (Rank)RB (53) TeamMIA Auction$2 Bye5 ProfileThe rookie out of Boise State is undoubtedly a player worth keeping an eye on, but Lamar Miller proved himself capable of being a three-down back last season. Ajayi may just be change of pace this year.
Rank158 PlayerCoby Fleener Pos. (Rank)TE (21) TeamIND Auction$1 Bye10 ProfileWhen both Fleener and Dwayne Allen are healthy, the latter seems to have a larger role in the Colts' offense. That makes it tough to trust Andrew Luck's college teammate.
Rank159 PlayerKnile Davis Pos. (Rank)RB (54) TeamKC Auction$1 Bye9 ProfileI'm not a big fan of handcuffing, but Davis is a necessity for every Jamaal Charles owner. He may have a larger role in the offense this year, even when Charles is healthy.
Rank160 PlayerHarry Douglas Pos. (Rank)WR (60) TeamTEN Auction$1 Bye4 ProfileDouglas always showed up when he was given a chance in Atlanta. He's an interesting deep sleeper now that he's on the Titans.
Rank161 PlayerKevin White Pos. (Rank)WR (61) TeamCHI Auction$1 Bye7 ProfileA shin injury robbed White of the training camp reps that are crucial for a rookie wide receiver. That could hamper him all season long.
Rank162 PlayerNick Toon Pos. (Rank)WR (62) TeamNO Auction$1 Bye11 ProfileToon should register in your draft as a flier now that he has the surest path to meaningful playing time with the Saints that he has enjoyed since entering the league in 2012.
Rank163 PlayerMarqise Lee Pos. (Rank)WR (63) TeamJAC Auction$1 Bye8 ProfileLee should start with Allen Robinson on the outside for the Jaguars this year. The talent is there, but how many fantasy-relevant receivers can this offense support?
Rank164 PlayerDanny Woodhead Pos. (Rank)RB (55) TeamSD Auction$1 Bye10 ProfileEven with Melvin Gordon in tow, Woodhead will have a role as the primary pass-catching back for the Chargers.
Rank165 PlayerSeattle Seahawks Pos. (Rank)D (01) TeamSEA Auction$2 Bye9 ProfileThe top defense is usually a fool's bet in fantasy, as there's too much unpredictability at the position from week to week, let alone season-to-season.
Rank166 PlayerDavid Johnson Pos. (Rank)RB (56) TeamARI Auction$1 Bye9 ProfileJohnson is getting significantly less notice than his fellow rookie running backs, but would the Cardinals really have grabbed him in the third round if he wasn't going to have a role in the offense?
Rank167 PlayerCecil Shorts III Pos. (Rank)WR (64) TeamHOU Auction$1 Bye9 ProfileEntering training camp, Shorts is the favorite to start alongside DeAndre Hopkins in Houston. He could be a nice bargain late in drafts.
Rank168 PlayerHouston Texans Pos. (Rank)D (02) TeamHOU Auction$2 Bye9 ProfileJ.J. Watt makes the Texans an elite fantasy defense on his own. If Jadeveon Clowney proves himself worthy of being the No. 1 pick, watch out.
Rank169 PlayerFred Jackson Pos. (Rank)RB (57) TeamBUF Auction$1 Bye8 ProfileThe venerable Jackson finally showed signs of slowing down last year. His fantasy days may truly be behind him.
Rank170 PlayerMaxx Williams Pos. (Rank)TE (22) TeamBAL Auction$1 Bye9 ProfileIf you're set on digging deep at tight end, keep Williams in mind. The Minnesota product is big and fast at 6'4" and should start from Day One in Baltimore.
Rank171 PlayerNick Foles Pos. (Rank)QB (26) TeamSTL Auction$1 Bye6 ProfileFoles took a major step back on the field in Philadelphia last season, and then did the same off the field by moving to St. Louis. He's a borderline starter in two-QB leagues.
Rank172 PlayerDoug Baldwin Pos. (Rank)WR (65) TeamSEA Auction$1 Bye9 ProfileWith Jimmy Graham hogging targets, it's hard to see Baldwin doing much better than last year's 66/825/3 line.
Rank173 PlayerStevan Ridley Pos. (Rank)RB (58) TeamNYJ Auction$1 Bye5 ProfileA torn ACL ended Ridley's 2014 season after six games. Now he's with the Jets, where he'll compete with Chris Ivory and Zac Stacy for carries.
Rank174 PlayerDonte Moncrief Pos. (Rank)WR (66) TeamIND Auction$1 Bye10 ProfileMoncrief may have been an intriguing player if the Colts didn't bring in Duron Carter from the CFL and draft Phillip Dorsett. There just aren't that many passes to go around.
Rank175 PlayerBlake Bortles Pos. (Rank)QB (27) TeamJAC Auction$1 Bye8 ProfileThe good news for Bortles is he actually has decent weapons, highlighted by Allen Robinson, Julius Thomas and T.J. Yeldon. The bad news is this is still Jacksonville.
Rank176 PlayerHeath Miller Pos. (Rank)TE (23) TeamPIT Auction$1 Bye11 ProfileMiller remains a valuable real-life asset for the Steelers, but his fantasy value is so low as to make him borderline undraftable.
Rank177 PlayerCordarelle Patterson Pos. (Rank)WR (67) TeamMIN Auction$1 Bye5 ProfilePatterson was one of the biggest busts of 2014, as predicted here one year ago. Still, his athletic ability is obvious. If he can figure it out, he could be a steal this season.
Rank178 PlayerEric Ebron Pos. (Rank)TE (24) TeamDET Auction$1 Bye9 ProfileEbron was largely an afterthought in the Detroit offense last season. There is some upside here, though, as there should be with a No. 10 overall pick in his second season.
Rank179 PlayerCharles Clay Pos. (Rank)TE (25) TeamBUF Auction$1 Bye8 ProfileClay has turned in a couple useful fantasy seasons in a row, but Buffalo's quarterback situation makes it hard to get excited about him this year.
Rank180 PlayerStevie Johnson Pos. (Rank)WR (68) TeamSD Auction$1 Bye10 ProfileThe depth chart in San Diego behind Keenan Allen is wide open, but it has been three years since Johnson put together a meaningful fantasy season.
Rank181 PlayerSt. Louis Rams Pos. (Rank)D (03) TeamSTL Auction$2 Bye6 ProfileWith Chris Long, Aaron Donald, Michael Brockers and Robert Quinn on the line, there may not be a better front four in football.
Rank182 PlayerMalcom Floyd Pos. (Rank)WR (69) TeamSD Auction$1 Bye10 ProfileFloyd enjoys the same opportunity Steve Johnson does in San Diego, but the chance of either making a fantasy splash is small.
Rank183 PlayerMichael Crabtree Pos. (Rank)WR (70) TeamOAK Auction$1 Bye6 ProfileIn his six seasons in the NFL, all spent with the 49ers, Crabtree has had exactly one 1,000-yard season and two years with at least six touchdowns. Changing sides of the Bay won't help.
Rank184 PlayerVernon Davis Pos. (Rank)TE (26) TeamSF Auction$1 Bye10 ProfileDavis has a way of surprising us when we least expect it, but remember that his numbers had dipped two years in a row before his shocking 2013 season.
Rank185 PlayerBuffalo Bills Pos. (Rank)D (04) TeamBUF Auction$2 Bye8 ProfileRemember what I said about the Rams? The Bills would be right there, too, if not for a switch to the 3–4 this season.
Rank186 PlayerTerrance West Pos. (Rank)RB (59) TeamCLE Auction$1 Bye11 ProfileA crowded backfield combined with a lackluster offense makes it tough to have any confidence in West this season.
Rank187 PlayerDerek Carr Pos. (Rank)QB (28) TeamOAK Auction$1 Bye6 ProfileCarr had a few nice moments in his rookie season, and there's reason for optimism this year. The Raiders added Amari Cooper, and Latavius Murray will be on the field for the entire season.
Rank188 PlayerJeff Janis Pos. (Rank)WR (71) TeamGB Auction$1 Bye7 ProfileJanis became an interesting flier the day that Jordy Nelson tore his ACL. He's got great size and speed, and should be the new No. 3 in Green Bay.
Rank189 PlayerDorial Green-Beckham Pos. (Rank)WR (72) TeamTEN Auction$1 Bye4 ProfileThere's no doubting Green-Beckham's talent. The question is, can he keep it together enough to take advantage of his ability on the field?
Rank190 PlayerMiami Dolphins Pos. (Rank)D (05) TeamMIA Auction$2 Bye5 ProfileAfter adding Ndamukong Suh, the Dolphins could very well have the best defense in the league.
Rank191 PlayerBranden Oliver Pos. (Rank)RB (60) TeamSD Auction$1 Bye10 ProfileWith Melvin Gordon and Danny Woodhead on the roster, there simply isn't a fantasy role for Oliver to inhabit in San Diego.
Rank192 PlayerJaelen Strong /td> Pos. (Rank)WR (73) TeamHOU Auction$1 Bye9 ProfileStrong slipped all the way to the third round in the draft after initially being considered a potential first-round pick. He'll have every opportunity to start for the Texans.
Rank193 PlayerDarren Sproles Pos. (Rank)RB (61) TeamPHI Auction$1 Bye8 ProfileWith both DeMarco Murray and Ryan Mathews ahead of Sproles in the pecking order, it's hard to envision a route to fantasy relevance for the 32-year-old.
Rank194 PlayerDenver Broncos Pos. (Rank)D (06) TeamDEN Auction$2 Bye7 ProfileThe Broncos' linebacker corps of DeMarcus Ware, Von Miller, Brandon Marshall and Danny Trevathan is the best in the league, and whichever group is second isn't close.
Rank195 PlayerTheo Riddick Pos. (Rank)RB (62) TeamDET Auction$1 Bye9 ProfileRiddick was a potential fantasy darling until the Lions selected Ameer Abdullah out of Nebraska.
Rank196 PlayerPhillip Dorsett Pos. (Rank)WR (74) TeamIND Auction$1 Bye10 ProfileDorsett could be 100 spots higher if he were on a different team. With T.Y. Hilton and Andre Johnson ahead of him on the depth chart, he won't have a ton of opportunities this year.
Rank197 PlayerDevin Smith Pos. (Rank)WR (75) TeamNYJ Auction$1 Bye5 ProfileAt this stage of your draft, you could do a lot worse than a guy who proved himself a deep threat at a premier college program like Smith.
Rank198 PlayerJames Starks Pos. (Rank)RB (63) TeamGB Auction$1 Bye7 ProfileStarks would be immediately fantasy relevant if Eddie Lacy got injured, but Lacy owners needn't worry themselves with handcuffing.
Rank199 PlayerJavorius Allen Pos. (Rank)RB (64) TeamBAL Auction$1 Bye9 ProfileThe Ravens selected Allen in the fourth round of the draft, but he doesn't project as much more than a change of pace to Justin Forsett.
Rank200 PlayerJace Amaro Pos. (Rank)TE (27) TeamNYJ Auction$1 Bye5 ProfileAmaro has good size and athletic ability, and should be in for a larger piece of the pie in New York this year. It'll have to be a much larger piece to make him fantasy relevant, however.
Rank201 PlayerCole Beasley Pos. (Rank)WR (76) TeamDAL Auction$1 Bye6 ProfileBeasley had a stint of fantasy relevance last season, but the things that make him valuable for the Cowboys don't necessarily translate to the fantasy game.
Rank202 PlayerChris Matthews Pos. (Rank)WR (77) TeamSEA Auction$1 Bye9 ProfileMatthews starred in the Super Bowl, catching four passes for 109 yards and a TD. Can he carry that over to the 2015 season?
Rank203 PlayerJared Cook Pos. (Rank)TE (28) TeamSTL Auction$1 Bye6 ProfileCook has posted consecutive 600-yard seasons, but that likely represents his ceiling. He'll undoubtedly out-produce some of the tight ends ranked ahead of him, but their upside makes them more draft-worthy.
Rank204 PlayerKenny Britt Pos. (Rank)WR (78) TeamSTL Auction$1 Bye6 ProfileThe overall fantasy community just can't quit Britt. Don't be the person in your league who falls for his siren song this year.
Rank205 PlayerArizona Cardinals Pos. (Rank)D (07) TeamARI Auction$2 Bye9 ProfileDespite all the injuries, the Cardinals still had the No. 6 fantasy defense in standard-scoring leagues.
Rank206 PlayerMatt Jones Pos. (Rank)RB (65) TeamWAS Auction$1 Bye8 ProfileJones is huge at 6'2" and 231 pounds and is the favorite to be Alfred Morris's primary backup in Washington.
Rank207 PlayerJames White Pos. (Rank)RB (66) TeamNE Auction$1 Bye4 ProfileEvery under-the-radar Patriots running back is a potential sleeper, but White seems to be buried on the depth chart.
Rank208 PlayerAndrew Hawkins Pos. (Rank)WR (79) TeamCLE Auction$1 Bye11 ProfileHawkins could very well repeat his 2014 season, which would make him better than this spot. At the same time, there's no reason to draft a guy for his 800-yard, two-TD potential.
Rank209 PlayerLance Dunbar Pos. (Rank)RB (67) TeamDAL Auction$1 Bye6 ProfileDunbar is clearly running third in the Dallas running back race, but it's not like he's chasing down Emmitt Smith. He should be on your end-game radar in deep leagues.
Rank210 PlayerCincinnati Bengals Pos. (Rank)D (08) TeamCIN Auction$1 Bye7 ProfileThe Bengals defense fell flat last year, but there's a lot of talent here, from Geno Atkins to Vontaze Burfict to the newly acquired Michael Johnson. Significant bounceback potential.
Rank211 PlayerDan Herron Pos. (Rank)RB (68) TeamIND Auction$1 Bye10 ProfileHerron was a capable stopgap back after Ahmad Bradshaw got hurt last year, but the Colts were right not to trust him for a full season.
Rank212 PlayerLorenzo Taliaferro Pos. (Rank)RB (69) TeamBAL Auction$1 Bye9 ProfileIf nothing else, Taliaferro will always have that week when he was the top target on the waiver wire. No one can take that away from him.
Rank213 PlayerMarkus Wheaton Pos. (Rank)WR (80) TeamPIT Auction$1 Bye11 ProfileMarkus Wheaton was supposed to be Martavis Bryant, but then Martavis Bryant became Martavis Bryant. Sorry, Markus.
Rank214 PlayerCarolina Panthers Pos. (Rank)D (09) TeamCAR Auction$1 Bye5 ProfileAs long as Luke Kuechly is in the middle of this defense, it'll play in fantasy leagues. Adding Shaq Thompson was a nice coup, as well.
Rank215 PlayerDuron Carter Pos. (Rank)WR (81) TeamIND Auction$1 Bye10 ProfileCarter has the right pedigree (he's Cris Carter's son), and absolutely dominated everyone in the CFL. If your league goes this deep, he's well worth a flier.
Rank216 PlayerStedman Bailey Pos. (Rank)WR (82) TeamSTL Auction$1 Bye6 ProfileBailey hasn't quite gotten going with the Rams in his two years in the league. It's hard to imagine him doing so in year three.
Rank217 PlayerKhiry Robinson Pos. (Rank)RB (70) TeamNO Auction$1 Bye11 ProfileRobinson is running third in the New Orleans backfield, trailing Mark Ingram and C.J. Spiller. Those two will dominate the touches.
Rank218 PlayerBaltimore Ravens Pos. (Rank)D (10) TeamBAL Auction$1 Bye9 ProfileTerrell Suggs is still elite, and the Ravens have done well by adding players like Timmy Jernigan, Ladarius Webb and C.J. Mosley in recent years.
Rank219 PlayerNew England Patriots Pos. (Rank)D (11) TeamNE Auction$1 Bye4 ProfileThere's no question this defense will look different, and likely not as good, after losing Darrelle Revis, Brandon Browner, Vince Wilfork and Akeem Ayers.
Rank220 PlayerAllen Hurns Pos. (Rank)WR (83) TeamJAC Auction$1 Bye8 ProfileHurns had a decent rookie year, catching 51 passes for 677 yards and six scores. If he beats out Marqise Lee for a starting gig, he’ll be a bit more interesting.
Rank221 PlayerCameron Artis-Payne Pos. (Rank)RB (71) TeamCAR Auction$1 Bye5 ProfileArtis-Payne likely won't be of any fantasy relevance unless Jonathan Stewart gets hurt, but that's an outcome that has happened quite frequently in Stewart's career.
Rank222 PlayerJosh Huff Pos. (Rank)WR (84) TeamPHI Auction$1 Bye8 ProfileHuff didn't get much of a chance to make an impact last season, though he is expected to be one of Philadelphia's top three receivers in Week 1.
Rank223 PlayerMarquess Wilson Pos. (Rank)WR (85) TeamCHI Auction$1 Bye7 ProfileInjuries have derailed Wilson's tenure with the Bears, and now he's fourth on the depth chart. It'll be an uphill climb this season.
Rank224 PlayerRobert Woods Pos. (Rank)WR (86) TeamBUF Auction$1 Bye8 ProfileWoods won't rank this low at the end of the season, but his low ceiling makes it hard to draft him in all but the deepest of leagues.
Rank225 PlayerNew York Jets Pos. (Rank)D (12) TeamNYJ Auction$1 Bye5 ProfileThe Jets' defense could be back among the league's best with players like Muhammad Wilkerson, Darrelle Revis and, when he returns, Sheldon Richardson.
Rank226 PlayerJarius Wright Pos. (Rank)WR (87) TeamMIN Auction$1 Bye5 ProfileWright should be the Vikings' starting slot receiver this year. Don't expect him to parlay that into fantasy relevance.
Rank227 PlayerKansas City Chiefs Pos. (Rank)D (13) TeamKC Auction$1 Bye9 ProfileKansas City's linebackers may not measure up to Denver's, but Justin Houston, Tamba Hali and Derrick Johnson run a close second.
Rank228 PlayerBrian Hartline Pos. (Rank)WR (88) TeamCLE Auction$1 Bye11 ProfileHartline is back in his home state of Ohio, but that isn't likely to turn him into a receiver that fantasy owners need to consider for their rosters.
Rank229 PlayerJermaine Kearse Pos. (Rank)WR (89) TeamSEA Auction$1 Bye9 ProfileKearse has improved each season, catching 38 passes for 537 yards last year. He's likely third, at best, on the depth chart.
Rank230 PlayerMychal Rivera Pos. (Rank)TE (30) TeamOAK Auction$1 Bye6 ProfileRivera was on the fantasy radar for a few weeks last season, ultimately catching 58 passes for 534 yards and four TDs. He's well off the radar this year.
Rank231 PlayerPaul Richardson Pos. (Rank)WR (90) TeamSEA Auction$1 Bye9 ProfileRichardson has some off-the-charts measureables that will always make him an intriguing receiver in deep leagues.
Rank232 PlayerMohamed Sanu Pos. (Rank)WR (91) TeamCIN Auction$1 Bye7 ProfileSanu had his opportunity to step up last year with both A.J. Green and Marvin Jones injured, but he couldn't quite make the leap.
Rank233 PlayerRyan Mallett Pos. (Rank)QB (29) TeamHOU Auction$1 Bye9 ProfileMallett will battle Brian Hoyer for the starting gig in Houston, and it's likely the Texans brass wants the youngster to come away victorious. There's no doubting his arm strength.
Rank234 PlayerGreen Bay Packers Pos. (Rank)D (14) TeamGB Auction$1 Bye7 ProfileIt'll be tough for the Packers to follow up on the No. 2 defensive finish last year, but there's enough talent here to be a top-10 defense in 2015.
Rank235 PlayerRob Housler Pos. (Rank)TE (31) TeamCLE Auction$1 Bye11 ProfileHousler is the new starting tight end in Cleveland, filling the role of the departed Jordan Cameron. He has one career touchdown in four seasons. Take that as you will.
Rank236 PlayerTrent Richardson Pos. (Rank)RB (72) TeamOAK Auction$1 Bye6 ProfileRichardson and the Raiders are a match made in fantasy purgatory.
Rank237 PlayerMarlon Brown Pos. (Rank)WR (92) TeamBAL Auction$1 Bye9 ProfileBrown's role could increase now that Torrey Smith is out of Baltimore, but don't bet on him being a player who registers in fantasy leagues.
Rank238 PlayerRonnie Hillman Pos. (Rank)RB (73) TeamDEN Auction$1 Bye7 ProfileHillman is entering seemingly his 10th straight year as the third-string back in Denver. This one isn't likely to go any differently than the others.
Rank239 PlayerGeno Smith Pos. (Rank)QB (30) TeamNYJ Auction$1 Bye5 ProfileEven if Smith beats out Ryan Fitzpatrick for the starting job, he's not likely to be of fantasy significance unless you're in a two-quarterback league.
Rank240 PlayerRyan Fitzpatrick Pos. (Rank)QB (31) TeamNYJ Auction$1 Bye5 ProfileFitzpatrick has had his moments, though they've been brief, during his 10 years in the NFL. He'd be a bit more trustworthy than Geno Smith as a fantasy quarterabck.
Rank241 PlayerDanny Amendola Pos. (Rank)WR (93) TeamNE Auction$1 Bye4 ProfileAmendola finally stayed healthy for 16 games last year, but he had just 27 receptions for 200 yards. He's not someone you need to think about on draft day.
Rank242 PlayerDennis Pitta Pos. (Rank)TE (32) TeamBAL Auction$1 Bye9 ProfilePitta may not play at all in 2015 after suffering a gruesome hip injury last year. The Ravens drafted his replacement, Maxx Williams, in the second round.
Rank243 PlayerRichard Rodgers Pos. (Rank)TE (33) TeamGB Auction$1 Bye7 ProfileThe Packers haven't had a fantasy-impact tight end since Jermichael Finley's heyday. Rodgers isn't likely to change that this year.
Rank244 PlayerJosh McCown Pos. (Rank)QB (32) TeamCLE Auction$1 Bye11 ProfileMcCown is likely to be the Browns' starter this year, but there's no guarantee he beats out Johnny Manziel. Neither will be a strong fantasy option.
Rank245 PlayerToby Gerhart Pos. (Rank)RB (74) TeamJAC Auction$1 Bye8 ProfileGerhart fell flat on his face in his first shot at a starting job last year. He's now third on the depth chart in Jacksonville.
Rank246 PlayerZac Stacy Pos. (Rank)RB (75) TeamNYJ Auction$1 Bye5 ProfileThe 2014 version of Stacy, not the 2013 version, is the real one. He won't have a significant role in the Jets' offense this season.
Rank247 PlayerMatt Cassel Pos. (Rank)QB (33) TeamBUF Auction$1 Bye8 ProfileCassel against EJ Manuel might be the most depressing quarterback battle in the league. Don't get yourself involved.
Rank248 PlayerStephen Gostkowski Pos. (Rank)K (01) TeamNE Auction$1 Bye4 ProfileGostkowski has been the top-scoring kicker in each of the last three years. There's no reason to bet against him this season.
Rank249 PlayerDan Bailey Pos. (Rank)K (02) TeamDAL Auction$1 Bye6 ProfileBailey has a big leg and is tied to a strong offense. That's exactly what you're looking for in a fantasy kicker.
Rank250 PlayerMason Crosby Pos. (Rank)K (03) TeamGB Auction$1 Bye7 ProfileCrosby doesn't have the range of some of the other top-tier kickers, but it always makes sense to invest in the Packers' offense.
Rank251 PlayerTaylor Gabriel Pos. (Rank)WR (94) TeamCLE Auction$1 Bye11 ProfileThere will be opportunities for every receiver in the Cleveland offense to step up this year. That doesn't mean you want to go after them in fantasy leagues.
Rank252 PlayerJonas Gray Pos. (Rank)RB (76) TeamNE Auction$1 Bye4 ProfileRemember when Gray scored four touchdowns and ran for 200 yards in one game? Those were wild times.
Rank253 PlayerSteven Hauschka Pos. (Rank)K (04) TeamSEA Auction$1 Bye9 ProfileHauschka has been a top-five kicker each of the last five seasons, and Seattle's offense should be even better this year.
Rank254 PlayerCleveland Browns Pos. (Rank)D (15) TeamCLE Auction$1 Bye11 ProfileThe Browns defense was already quite good before adding Danny Shelton in the draft. This is probably the best fantasy option on the team.
Rank255 PlayerDevin Hester Pos. (Rank)WR (95) TeamATL Auction$1 Bye10 ProfileHester may end up starting in the slot for the Falcons this season. He'll still never be better than when he was the best kick returner in the league.
Rank256 PlayerAhmad Bradshaw Pos. (Rank)RB (77) TeamFA Auction$1 ByeNA ProfileBradshaw is only this low because he is still a free agent. If he catches on with a team, he’ll at least be worth rostering as a depth back.
Rank257 PlayerMark Sanchez Pos. (Rank)QB (34) TeamPHI Auction$1 Bye8 ProfileSanchez is once again the backup in Philadelphia, but he's just one Sam Bradford injury away from starting in Chip Kelly's high-powered offense.
Rank258 PlayerJustin Tucker Pos. (Rank)K (05) TeamBAL Auction$1 Bye9 ProfileTucker has one of the biggest legs in the league, and John Harbaugh isn't afraid to let him use it.
Rank259 PlayerMinnesota Vikings Pos. (Rank)D (16) TeamMIN Auction$1 Bye5 ProfileThe Vikings' defense is strong from front to back and has a real chance to be a top-10 group this year.
Rank260 PlayerDontrelle Inman Pos. (Rank)WR (96) TeamSD Auction$1 Bye10 ProfileAt their expected average draft positions, Inman might be a better player to target than Steve Johnson or Malcom Floyd.
Rank261 PlayerConnor Barth Pos. (Rank)K (06) TeamDEN Auction$1 Bye7 ProfileBarth should be a top-10 kicker simply by virtue of being a member of the Broncos. He should be universally drafted.
Rank262 PlayerAdam Vinatieri Pos. (Rank)K (07) TeamIND Auction$1 Bye10 ProfileVinatieri has the longest active streak of being a worthy fantasy starter in the league. Even though he's a kicker, that's nothing to dismiss.
Rank263 PlayerCody Parkey Pos. (Rank)K (08) TeamPHI Auction$1 Bye8 ProfileParkey was the No. 2 kicker in fantasy last year, trailing only Stephen Gostkowski. The Eagles offense should carry him to similar heights this year.
Rank264 PlayerJohnny Manziel Pos. (Rank)QB (35) TeamCLE Auction$1 Bye11 ProfileManziel has far more upside than Josh McCown, but he may not even start for Cleveland. He's probably at least a year away from being anywhere on the fantasy radar.
Rank265 PlayerDetroit Lions Pos. (Rank)D (17) TeamDET Auction$1 Bye9 ProfileThough Ndamukong Suh, is gone there's still plenty of talent in Detroit, highlighted by Haloti Ngata, Ziggy Ansah and DeAndre Levy.
Rank266 PlayerEJ Manuel Pos. (Rank)QB (36) TeamBUF Auction$1 Bye8 ProfileManuel hasn't turned into the quarterback the Bills hoped he could be, and now he's likely going to back up Matt Cassel in 2015.
Rank267 PlayerSan Francisco 49ers Pos. (Rank)D (18) TeamSF Auction$1 Bye10 ProfileThis defense lost a ton of talent in the off-season, though it did manage to reload to a degree by adding Darnell Dockett, Arik Armstead and a healty NaVorro Bowman.
Rank268 PlayerCaleb Sturgis Pos. (Rank)K (09) TeamMIA Auction$1 Bye5 ProfileSturgis missed eight field goals last season, but he was still the No. 11 kicker in standard-scoring fantasy leagues.
Rank269 PlayerMatt Prater Pos. (Rank)K (10) TeamDET Auction$1 Bye9 ProfilePrater caught on with the Lions last season, going 21-for-26 on field goals. It's always a plus to kick in an indoor stadium.
Rank270 PlayerJacksonville Jaguars Pos. (Rank)D (19) TeamJAC Auction$1 Bye8 ProfileEven without Dante Fowler, this is a defense on the rise. Newcomers in the secondary like Davon House and Sergio Brown should help improve what was the weak link last year.
Rank271 PlayerMatt Bryant Pos. (Rank)K (11) TeamATL Auction$1 Bye10 ProfileBryant keeps getting the job done well into his 40s. He has been a top-12 kicker in four of the last five seasons.
Rank272 PlayerGarrett Hartley Pos. (Rank)K (12) TeamPIT Auction$1 Bye11 ProfileHartley takes over for the injured Shaun Suisham in what should be a great offense for a kicker. If he can handle Heinz Field, he'll finish among the top seven at the position.
Rank273 PlayerPittsburgh Steelers Pos. (Rank)D (20) TeamPIT Auction$1 Bye11 ProfileThe Steelers are running it back with the same group for one more season. They need Ryan Shazier to stay healthy.
Rank274 PlayerDallas Cowboys Pos. (Rank)D (21) TeamDAL Auction$1 Bye6 ProfileThanks to 32 takeaways, the Dallas defense was a pleasant surprise in fantasy circles last year. The Cowboys may have gotten a steal with Randy Gregory in the second round.
Rank275 PlayerDan Carpenter Pos. (Rank)K (13) TeamBUF Auction$1 Bye8 ProfileCarpenter drilled 34 field goals last season, and is tied to an offense that might not be all that efficient in the red zone.
Rank276 PlayerBlair Walsh Pos. (Rank)K (14) TeamMIN Auction$1 Bye5 ProfileThe Minnesota offense should be better this season with Adrian Peterson and an improved Teddy Bridgewater. That's good news for Walsh.
Rank277 PlayerNick Novak Pos. (Rank)K (15) TeamSD Auction$1 Bye10 ProfileNovak took a step back in the accuracy department last year. The real problem, however, was that he attempted just 26 field goals.
Rank278 PlayerRobbie Gould Pos. (Rank)K (16) TeamCHI Auction$1 Bye7 ProfileLike most everyone in Chicago, Gould had a brutal 2014 season. He remains one of the most accurate kickers of all-time and should rebound this year.
Rank279 PlayerPhiladelphia Eagles Pos. (Rank)D (22) TeamPHI Auction$1 Bye8 ProfileThe Eagles were surprisingly the top-scoring fantasy defense last season, but they can't live on pixie dust forever.
Rank280 PlayerGraham Gano Pos. (Rank)K (17) TeamCAR Auction$1 Bye5 ProfileGano connected on 29 of his 35 field goal attempts last season, finishing as the No. 13 kicker in standard-scoring leagues.
Rank281 PlayerPhil Dawson Pos. (Rank)K (18) TeamSF Auction$1 Bye10 ProfileDawson's fortunes fell right alongside his team's in 2014. If the 49ers offense is improved this season, so, too, should his stats.
Rank282 PlayerJosh Brown Pos. (Rank)K (19) TeamNYG Auction$1 Bye11 ProfileWith a potentially high-powered passing game at his back, Brown could be the surprise kicker of the 2015 season.
Rank283 PlayerChandler Catanzaro Pos. (Rank)K (20) TeamARI Auction$1 Bye9 ProfileCatanzaro had a strong rookie year, knocking through 29 of his 33 field goal attempts. It could have been even better if not for Carson Palmer's knee injury.
Rank284 PlayerRandy Bullock Pos. (Rank)K (21) TeamHOU Auction$1 Bye9 ProfileBullock went from nearly losing his job in 2013 to a top-10 finish in 2014. He's on solid ground as Houston's kicker.
Rank285 PlayerJimmy Garoppolo Pos. (Rank)QB (37) TeamNE Auction$1 Bye4 ProfileAs everyone knows, Garoppolo will start the first four weeks of the season while Tom Brady serves his suspension. Still, he should really only be targeted in two-QB leagues.
Rank286 PlayerMike Nugent Pos. (Rank)K (22) TeamCIN Auction$1 Bye7 ProfileNugent was the No. 15 kicker last year, and the Bengals offense could be better with A.J. Green healthy and Jeremy Hill starting for the entire season.
Rank287 PlayerJeremy Langford Pos. (Rank)RB (78) TeamCHI Auction$1 Bye7 ProfileLangford will back up Matt Forte and will likely see more time under new coach John Fox than backups did under Marc Trestman.
Rank288 PlayerGreg Zuerlein Pos. (Rank)K (23) TeamSTL Auction$1 Bye6 ProfileNo one questions Zuerlein's leg, but will St. Louis's offense be good enough to give him consistent scoring opportunities?
Rank289 PlayerSebastian Janikowski Pos. (Rank)K (24) TeamOAK Auction$1 Bye6 ProfileJanikowski has plenty of range, but the Raiders' offense leaves a bit to be desired. He also seems to miss more than his fair share of chip shots.
Rank290 PlayerSammie Coates Pos. (Rank)WR (97) TeamPIT Auction$1 Bye11 ProfileCoates is buried on the Pittsburgh depth chart to start the year, but his big-play ability could get him on the field sooner rather than later.
Rank291 PlayerNick Folk Pos. (Rank)K (25) TeamNYJ Auction$1 Bye5 ProfileThe good news for Folk was he had 39 field goal attempts last season. He made just 32, but his owners should hope the Jets' offense is equally inefficient at scoring touchdowns this year.
Rank292 PlayerWashington Redskins Pos. (Rank)D (23) TeamWAS Auction$1 Bye8 ProfileCan this defense finally be more than Ryan Kerrigan and 10 other guys?
Rank293 PlayerTampa Bay Buccaneers Pos. (Rank)D (24) TeamTB Auction$1 Bye6 ProfileThe Buccaneers have built a quietly strong defense, led by Gerald McCoy, Lavonte David and Alterraun Verner.
Rank294 PlayerSan Diego Chargers Pos. (Rank)D (25) TeamSD Auction$1 Bye10 ProfileThe San Diego defense has talent at all three levels, with Corey Liuget up front, Melvin Ingram in the middle and Eric Weddle in the secondary.
Rank295 PlayerTyrod Taylor Pos. (Rank)QB (38) TeamBUF Auction$1 Bye8 ProfileAgainst all odds, Taylor could end up starting over Matt Cassel and EJ Manuel. If that happens, keep him on your radar in two-QB leagues.
Rank296 PlayerKirk Cousins Pos. (Rank)QB (39) TeamWAS Auction$1 Bye8 ProfileThe favorite backup in the Beltway, Cousins could find his way to the field at some point this season. He doesn't need to be on your mind on draft day.
Rank297 PlayerJacob Tamme Pos. (Rank)TE (34) TeamATL Auction$1 Bye10 ProfileTamme has some sleeper potential in Atlanta's offense, especially since the team does not have an established third receiver.
Rank298 PlayerChris Johnson Pos. (Rank)RB (79) TeamARI Auction$1 Bye9 ProfileJohnson will back up Andre Ellington in Arizona. His signing reflects the fact that rookie David Johnson hasn't been healthy in training camp, and little else.
Rank299 PlayerTerrelle Pryor Pos. (Rank)WR (98) TeamCLE Auction$1 Bye11 ProfileThe former Buckeye hero is now trying to become the same—albeit at a new position—in Cleveland. The good news for him is the depth chart is bereft of talent.
Rank300 PlayerTy Montgomery Pos. (Rank)WR (99) TeamGB Auction$1 Bye4 ProfileMontgomery could have a chance to break into the Packers' rotation at wide receiver with Jordy Nelson out for the season. Take a shot on him at the end of your draft.

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