NFL fantasy roundtable: Top receivers, rookies, draft debates
On the opposite side, I'm wary of the Cowboys duo of Miles Austin (a fragile sort) and Dez Bryant (on and off the field issues). Wes Welker could see a downturn in catches with the arrival of Josh McDaniels' favorite Brandon Lloyd. I'd love to love Kenny Britt again but having been burned twice in a row, it's tough to go back to the well. And DeSean Jackson's 2011 left enough of a bad taste in fantasy owners' mouths that you can't blame anyone for passing on him in 2012.
Among the receivers, the Jets' Stephen Hill looks like he may start, as will the Jags' Justin Blackmon and perhaps the Cards' Michael Floyd. Hill might be the best bargain of that trio, because of opportunity. Blackmon's QB situation is sketchy and Floyd is clearly second fiddle to Fitzgerald.
If you're looking for a sleeper, watch the Giants' David Wilson if Ahmad Bradshaw's injury-prone ways continue. Bradshaw has had chronic foot issues, so Wilson could be pulled up the depth chart to be a primary ball carrier in one of the NFL's elite offenses.