The fantasy draft season is upon us, and five months from now championship trophies will be awarded across the country. The Top 300 will give you the information, analysis and projections you need to raise your league's hardware.

By Michael Beller and David Gonos
August 05, 2014

The fantasy draft season is upon us, and five months from now championship trophies will be awarded across the country. The Top 300 will give you the information, analysis and projections you need to raise your league's hardware.

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Compiled by lead fantasy writer Michael Beller and fantasy contributor David Gonos, our Top 300 has 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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1  Jamaal Charles RB $60 6 Charles was the top-scoring RB in 2013 by a large margin, but be sure to handcuff him with Knile Davis.
2  LeSean McCoy RB $59 7 The debate rages over whether or not McCoy tops Charles in his second season under Chip Kelly.
3  Matt Forte RB $55 9 Led all running backs with 74 receptions in '13; 4.6 yards per carry was second-highest in his career.
4  Adrian Peterson RB $53 10 Followed up 2K season with 1,266 rushing yards. Needs passing game to develop for more room to run.
5  Calvin Johnson WR $50 9 The challenge to his throne is greater than it has been recently, but Megatron is still king of the receivers.
6  Eddie Lacy RB $48 9 The top rookie last season should see more action in the passing game during his sophomore year.
7  Jimmy Graham TE $38 6 You'll have to spend a late first-round pick in order to get the No. 1 tight end, but he'll be worth it.
8  Demaryius Thomas WR $42 4 With Eric Decker now in New York, Thomas is the unquestioned top target in the Denver red zone.
9  Marshawn Lynch RB $46 4 After a short holdout, Beast Mode returns for his contract year -- he'll see some touches go to backups.
10  Le'Veon Bell RB $45 12 Despite missing start of 2013, Bell finished as one of the most productive running backs as a rookie.
11  Brandon Marshall WR $39 9 Marshall and Alshon Jeffery are the NFL's best WR duo, with Marshall still playing the role of top dog.
12  A.J. Green WR $38 4 Green has averaged 97.5 catches, 1,388 yards and 11 touchdowns across the last two seasons.
13  Dez Bryant WR $38 11 Bryant has averaged 92.5 catches, 1307.5 yards and 12.5 touchdowns across the last two seasons.
14  DeMarco Murray RB $42 11 The oft-injured bruiser is in a contract year, so he may see more involvement in the passing game.
15  Montee Ball RB $40 4 Ball inherits the starting job with Knowshon Moreno's exit, and could get plenty of room to run in Manning's offense.
16  Arian Foster RB $38 10 The former No. 1 fantasy pick has fallen outside of the top 10 following back surgery last season.
17  Julio Jones WR $37 9 Jones was averaging 14 fantasy points per game before suffering a season-ending foot injury last year.
18  Giovani Bernard RB $36 4 Bernard became Bengals' primary back late last season, and the new offense should feature him prominently.
19  Jordy Nelson WR $37 9 Worthy of being elite, Nelson had 49 catches for 810 yards and seven touchdowns in eight games in 2013.
20  Doug Martin RB $34 7 Torn labrum ended '13 early, but he returns healthy with a ton of weapons around him -- and a new quarterback.
21  Alshon Jeffery WR $34 9 Jeffery broke out with 89 catches for 1,421 yards and seven TDs in '13, and will be deadly with Marshall.
22  Antonio Brown WR $33 12 PPR gold in Black and Gold. Brown had 110 receptions for 1,499 yards and eight touchdowns in 2013.
23  Alfred Morris RB $32 10 Jay Gruden will feature Morris, but lack of skill in the passing game brings him down a few notches.
24  Peyton Manning QB $45 4 A repeat of last year's historic season is unlikely, but Manning doesn't need that to be elite.
25  Randall Cobb WR $31 9 Cobb was on a 100-catch, 1,300-yard, eight-touchdown pace before breaking his leg last year.
26  Reggie Bush RB $28 9 Bush had the second-best fantasy season of his career in 2013, but he'll share touches with Joique Bell.
27  C.J. Spiller RB $26 9 Spiller has never had more than 250 touches in a season, but his contract year could cure what ails him.
28  Andre Ellington RB $22 4 Ellington gets starting gig and more touches in 2014 after leading NFL with 5.5 yards per carry in 2013.
29  Rob Gronkowski TE $22 10 When he's healthy, Gronkowski can be the best fantasy tight end in the game.
30  Ryan Mathews RB $20 10 After a great season, Mathews gets to work under a new offensive coordinator for 2014.
31  Vincent Jackson WR $28 7 Jackson keeps on getting it done, and that was all the more impressive last year given the QB play in Tampa.
32  Larry Fitzgerald WR $28 4 Slowly but surely ceding No. 1 status to Michael Floyd, but Fitz is still a rock-solid fantasy starter.
33  Aaron Rodgers QB $43 9 Consistency, rushing stats and supporting cast make Rodgers a top choice for a fantasy quarterback.
34  Pierre Garcon WR $26 10 Garcon was a catch and yardage beast, and now has help from DeSean Jackson. Give him a boost in PPR.
35  Julius Thomas TE $18 4 After breaking out last season, Thomas won't be a surprise in Peyton Manning's offense in 2014.
36  Keenan Allen WR $24 10 Allen had a sparkling rookie year and returns as Philip Rivers' top target. Beware the lack of a track record.
37  Zac Stacy RB $19 4 Stacy had a monster rookie season, but top running back rookie Tre Mason could eat into his carries.
38  Rashad Jennings RB $17 8 Should lead the Giants on the ground between the five-yard lines after stints in Oakland and Jacksonville.
39  Drew Brees QB $39 6 From 2011 to '13, Brees averaged 5,271 passing yards and 42 TDs. Expect him to approach that again.
40  Andre Johnson WR $24 10 Johnson's unhappiness in Houston is about the only thing that could potentially keep him out of the top 20.
41  Wes Welker WR $20 4 Emmanuel Sanders could bite into his numbers given their similar skill sets, but Manning will make it work.
42  Victor Cruz WR $19 8 In a lost season for the Giants in '13, Cruz still managed 73 catches and 998 yards while missing two games.
43  Shane Vereen RB $16 10 Broken wrist killed most of his 2013 season, but entering contract year, he could reach 1,300 total yards.
44  Toby Gerhart RB $14 11 Peterson's former backup is ready to step into the spotlight as the undisputed starter in Jacksonville.
45  Michael Crabtree WR $17 8 Crabtree brings an element to the SF offense that it lacked most of 2013. Can Kaepernick take advantage?
46  Roddy White WR $17 9 After struggling with ankle troubles, White finished with 502 receiving yards and two TDs in five games.
47  DeSean Jackson WR $16 10 Jackson won't be the No. 1 in Washington, but he doesn't need a ton of targets to make an impact.
48  Frank Gore RB $12 8 Gore continues to play well despite his age, but he could be challenged by rookie Carlos Hyde.
49  Ben Tate RB $12 4 Like Gerhart, Tate earns a starting job for the first time, but two rookie backups could steal touches.
50  Joique Bell RB $11 9 Getting 250 touches isn't out of the question for Bell as he splits time with Reggie Bush.
51  Chris Johnson RB $11 11 Johnson takes his talents to New York. He has played in 93 of a possible 96 regular season games.
52  Kendall Wright WR $14 9 If Wright nears 140 targets again this year, expect his touchdowns to increase from the two he had last year.
53  Torrey Smith WR $13 11 Smith is underrated because of a fluky lack of touchdowns. Don't let that sway you from grabbing him.
54  Percy Harvin WR $11 4 If we knew Harvin would play a full 16 games, he'd probably be ranked 10 slots higher.
55  Jeremy Maclin WR $10 7 After missing all of last year with a torn ACL, Maclin returns as the No. 1 receiver in a very potent offense.
56  Michael Floyd WR $9 4 Floyd broke out with 1,041 yards and five scores last year. This could be the season he surpasses Larry Fitzgerald.
57  Bishop Sankey RB $10 9 Sankey is the lone rookie RB expected to start out of the gate behind an improved O-line in Tennessee.
58  Trent Richardson RB $10 10 After a forgettable 2013 season, Richardson looks to be more comfortable in Indianapolis.
59  Julian Edelman WR $8 10 Edelman should be higher in PPR leagues, but he will see fewer targets if Gronkowski and Vereen stay healthy.
60  Cordarrelle Patterson WR $7 10 There's no doubt Patterson is a dynamic player, but the Vikings need to find someone to get him the ball.
61  Marques Colston WR $7 6 Colston looks to be on the downside of his career, but he'll be a WR3 at worst playing with Drew Brees.
62  Stevan Ridley RB $8 10 Ridley will work the ground as Vereen handles most passing downs, but he has to fix his fumbling.
63  Vernon Davis TE $11 8 No holdout for Davis. Only Graham has averaged more fantasy points over the past three seasons.
64  Mike Wallace WR $7 5 Wallace was inconsistent in his first year in Miami, but remains the team's most talented offensive weapon.
65  Reggie Wayne WR $7 10 Wayne may be old, but you'd be foolish to bet against a guy whose bust in Canton is already being prepared.
66  Emmanuel Sanders WR $7 12 It might be possible to sleepwalk through 16 games as a receiver in Denver and still catch eight TDs.
67  Ray Rice RB $8 11 Despite a two-game suspension to start '14, Rice has been one of the best fantasy RBs over past three years.
68  Matthew Stafford QB $25 9 If Golden Tate is the second receiver Stafford has always lacked, this could be his best year yet.
69  Steven Jackson RB $7 9 Age hasn't been kind to Jackson. He's expected to be ready for the regular season after a hamstring injury.
70  Matt Ryan QB $22 9 With Julio Jones and Roddy White healthy, Ryan should bounce back from a disappointing 2013 campaign.
71  T.Y. Hilton WR $6 10 In order for Hilton to take the next step among WRs, Andrew Luck needs to do the same among QBs.
72  Pierre Thomas RB $6 6 Opportunity is there for Thomas with Sproles gone, but he's now being chased by three young RBs.
73  Eric Decker WR $6 11 Life will be much more challenging for Decker without Peyton Manning throwing him the ball.
74  Terrance Williams WR $5 11 With no one ahead of him on the depth chart other than Dez Bryant, now is Williams' time to break out.
75  Lamar Miller RB $5 5 If Moreno's knee doesn't heal, Miller will be the man in Miami. Your best bet will be to handcuff the two.
76  Tom Brady QB $21 10 Brady will outperform his draft-day price if Rob Gronkowski can stay healthy this season
77  Jason Witten TE $10 11 Still one of the best receiving weapons in the Cowboys' offense, which is now without Miles Austin.
78  Nick Foles QB $19 7 The most efficient quarterback last year, Foles could make the leap this season.
79  Greg Olsen TE $8 12 The University of Miami product gets tons of yardage, but he needs to score more touchdowns.
80  Cecil Shorts WR $5 11 It would be interesting to see where Shorts would be ranked if he were on any team but Jacksonville.
81  Sammy Watkins WR $5 9 Watkins was the best receiver in the draft by a comfortable margin. It's all up to EJ Manuel from here.
82  Jordan Cameron TE $5 4 Can he repeat his breakout season in this new offense -- without Josh Gordon?
83  Andrew Luck QB $14 10 Luck quite simply is not as good a fantasy quarterback as he is in real life.
84  Jordan Reed TE $2 10 Concussion problems ended Reed's chances of being the top rookie TE, but he could be the top sophomore.
85  Maurice Jones-Drew RB $4 5 In his first season out of Jacksonville, Jones-Drew will try to unseat the oft-injured/disappointing McFadden.
86  Danny Woodhead RB $4 10 Woodhead will have to convince the new OC in San Diego to get as many touches as last season.
87  Dennis Pitta TE $1 11 Looking for a rebound year, but coming back from a fractured and dislocated hip won't be easy on him.
88  Golden Tate WR $5 9 The Lions have long been searching for a receiver opposite Calvin Johnson. Tate may be their man.
89  Hakeem Nicks WR $5 10 Nicks could benefit from a new start with the Colts, but remember that he's third on the depth chart.
90  Fred Jackson RB $4 9 It's rare to see a 33-year-old running back excel, but he'll still get several carries alongside Spiller.
91  DeAndre Hopkins WR $4 10 If Ryan Fitzpatrick can rejuvenate the passing game, Hopkins could have the year many expected of him in '13.
92  Bernard Pierce RB $3 11 He should start first two games with Rice's suspension, but he's coming off a disappointing season.
93  Darren Sproles RB $3 7 He's a great receiving RB who will help replace the playmaking skills of the departed DeSean Jackson.
94  DeAngelo Williams RB $3 12 The lowest-ranked starting tailback, Williams will serve as a mediocre roster spot for you once again.
95  Robert Griffin III QB $13 10 Everything is there (receivers, new coach, healthy knee) for Griffin to erase the horrible memories of 2013.
96  Cam Newton QB $12 12 Given the dearth of weapons in the passing game, Newton is more dependent on his legs than ever.
97  Riley Cooper WR $3 12 Cooper had 835 yards and eight TDs last year, but much of that came in three games of 361 yards and six scores.
98  Tony Romo QB $10 11 Despite all the potshots, Romo has been a QB1 on a points-per-game basis every year of his career.
99  Knowshon Moreno RB $3 5 After arthroscopic knee surgery, Moreno looks to be losing ground to Miller in the race to be the starting RB.
100  Chris Ivory RB $3 11 If Chris Johnson falters in New York, Ivory will be there to scoop up the touches.
101  Brandin Cooks WR $3 6 Cooks landed in the best spot for a rookie receiver. He could generate starter-worthy numbers in New Orleans.
102  James Jones WR $3 5 Jones was always worth watching in GB, but he can be relegated to the dustbin now that he's with Oakland.
103  Mike Evans WR $3 7 The Bucs drafted Evans in Round 1, teaming him up with fellow big WR Vincent Jackson. Lots of potential here.
104  Dwayne Bowe WR $3 6 Bowe had a career low in receptions despite playing 15 games last year. His yards per catch average fell to 11.8.
105  Jay Cutler QB $10 9 Playing in the center of one of the league's best offenses, Cutler could finish the year as a top-five QB.
106  Anquan Boldin WR $3 8 Boldin had 85 catches for 1,179 yards and seven TDs last year, but his prospects are dimming with Crabtree healthy.
107  Terrance West RB $3 4 Coming from the small school of Towson, West's skills are ideal for what Cleveland is looking for on the ground.
108  Justin Hunter WR $3 9 Hunter, who's been compared to Alshon Jeffery, can be a huge red-zone weapon for Tennessee.
109  Devonta Freeman RB $2 9 With Steven Jackson already hampered by a hamstring injury, the rookie looks like a great mid-round sleeper.
110  Kyle Rudolph TE $1 10 Playing under offensive coordinator Norv Turner should be a good thing for the former Golden Domer.
111  Philip Rivers QB $8 10 Rivers enjoyed a resurgence in 2013, but he should still be considered a backup in 12-team leagues.
112  Tre Mason RB $2 4 The Rams plan on using the rookie as a change-of-pace running back behind sophomore Zac Stacy.
113  Colin Kaepernick QB $8 8 Kaepernick just doesn't do enough in the air to trust him as a regular fantasy starter just yet.
114  Seattle Seahawks DST $5 4 You'll have to move quick if you want the best DST over the past two years -- likely in Round 8 or earlier.
115  Darren McFadden RB $2 5 If he's not injured, he's usually disappointing. Has started just 26 of 48 games over past three seasons.
116  Josh Gordon WR $3 4 The fantasy community will have to wait to see the punishment handed down to Gordon.
117  Jarrett Boykin WR $2 9 As the new No. 3 receiver in Green Bay, Boykin finds himself in a potentially lucrative spot.
118  Marvin Jones WR $2 4 Cincinnati loves to throw the ball, though that impulse could be muted with Hue Jackson at the helm.
119  Greg Jennings WR $2 10 At this point of his career, Jennings is no more than depth at the receiver position for fantasy owners.
120  Ben Roethlisberger QB $7 12 Big Ben is playing with a top WR in Antonio Brown, and could outperform projections if Le'Veon Bell steps up.
121  Brian Hartline WR $2 5 Hartline had more than 1,000 yards last year, but he caught just four TDs. His ceiling is no higher than that.
122  Jeremy Hill RB $2 4 Hill could see goal-line work for the Bengals as the door closes on BenJarvus Green-Ellis.
123  Russell Wilson QB $7 4 Wilson is a perfect fit for Seattle in real life, but that comes at the expense of his fantasy value.
124  Markus Wheaton WR $2 12 Wheaton steps up alongside Antonio Brown to start in Pittsburgh with Emmanuel Sanders in Denver.
125  Mark Ingram RB $2 6 Ingram has broken many fantasy owners' hearts, but that could change as he enters a contract season.
126  Andre Brown RB $2 10 Brown inherits the backup job behind Arian Foster, who's coming off of back surgery.
127  Kenny Stills WR $2 6 Stills never quite got going last year, but he should be on the field for a whole lot more snaps this season.
128  Martellus Bennett TE $1 9 In Chicago alongside Marshall and Jeffery, Bennett turns this passing offense into triple towers.
129  Tavon Austin WR $2 4 The Rams never figured out how to properly use Austin last year. The talent remains, but don't use a high pick.
130  Charles Clay TE $1 5 Yet another tight end coming off a breakout season, Clay came through after Dustin Keller injured his knee.
131  Rueben Randle WR $2 8 Randle has sleeper potential, given that he racked up 611 yards and six TDs on a struggling Giants team in '13.
132  Zach Ertz TE $0 7 Should blow past Celek and become a viable fantasy player in his sophomore season with Chip Kelly's Eagles.
133  Kelvin Benjamin WR $2 12 Benjamin is going to be responsible for carrying the Carolina receivers, which should result in a lot of targets.
134  Carlos Hyde RB $2 8 Rookie out of Ohio State was considered the top back entering the draft, will work behind Gore.
135  Khiry Robinson RB $2 6 Many expect him to overtake Ingram -- and possibly Thomas -- on Saints' depth chart.
136  Jordan Matthews WR $2 7 The rookie Matthews will be given every opportunity to be the No. 3 receiver in Philadelphia's potent offense.
137  Danny Amendola WR $2 10 Sure, Amendola is in a great spot with the Patriots, but how can any fantasy owners expect him to stay healthy?
138  Christine Michael RB $1 4 Battling Knile Davis as top handcuff honors, the super sophomore will be much more involved in 2014.
139  Shonn Greene RB $1 9 If rookie Bishop Sankey can't handle starting, Greene will slowly move in to steal the starting position.
140  Jonathan Stewart RB $1 12 Backing up the lowest-ranked starting tailback gives Stewart some value, but not much.
141  LeGarrette Blount RB $1 12 After a great second-half of 2013, Blount signs to back up Bell in Pittsburgh.
142  Andy Dalton QB $6 4 Dalton always seems to follow a huge game with two duds. He'd be five spots higher if he had any consistency.
143  Eli Manning QB $5 8 Manning is clearly a fantasy backup at this point, but there's some solid talent on the Giants offense.
144  Steve Smith WR $2 11 Smith can still stretch the field deep, and his new QB, Joe Flacco, has always been able to throw a pretty deep ball.
145  Knile Davis RB $1 6 Expected to get more work behind top RB Charles in his sophomore year. The top handcuff for 2014?
146  Ryan Tannehill QB $5 5 Tannehill showed marked improvement last year. Expect him to take another step in his development.
147  Ladarius Green TE $0 10 Green should officially overtake Gates this season -- in fantasy if not on the depth chart -- with his big-play ability.
148  Steve Johnson WR $2 8 The consistently underwhelming Johnson has a new home, but that's unlikely to boost his fantasy value.
149  Josh McCown QB $5 7 McCown will have trouble repeating last year's magic without Brandon Marshall and Alshon Jeffery.
150  Donald Brown RB $1 10 Brown is waiting in the wings to replace either Mathews or Woodhead if one gets injured.
151  S.F. 49ers DST $3 8 Despite losing linebackers Bowman and Aldon Smith for a bit, this DST remains one of the best.
152  Sam Bradford QB $4 4 Was quietly having a nice 2013 season (1,687 yards, 14 TDs in seven games) before suffering a torn ACL.
153  Cincinnati Bengals DST $3 4 Returning injured players stock an already formidable defensive unit in Cincinnati.
154  Carolina Panthers DST $3 12 Carolina's devastating pass rush should compensate for an inexperienced secondary.
155  Carson Palmer QB $4 4 Palmer has good weapons in Larry Fitzgerald, Michael Floyd and Andre Ellington. Upside aplenty.
156  EJ Manuel QB $4 9 The Bills traded up to get Manuel a top-flight weapon in Sammy Watkins. Now the onus is on him.
157  St. Louis Rams DST $3 4 A stacked defense, led by Laurinaitis, Long and Quinn, paired with Tavon Austin as their return man.
158  Aaron Dobson WR $2 10 The only sure things in NE are Gronkowski and Edelman. Someone will have to step up, and it could be Dobson.
159  Cody Latimer WR $2 4 Latimer may not get a shot until later in the year, but he's a great guy to draft and stash given that he's in Denver.
160  Ahmad Bradshaw RB $1 10 All healed from last season's neck injury, Bradshaw could compete for more work if Richardson disappoints.
161  Odell Beckham Jr. WR $2 8 With plenty of competition on the depth chart behind Cruz, Beckham will have to prove himself in training camp.
162  Joe Flacco QB $3 11 Flacco now has two receivers (Torrey Smith, Steve Smith) that can take advantage of his big arm.
163  Rod Streater WR $2 5 Streater should start opposite James Jones in Oakland, but the Raiders' passing game leaves a lot to be desired.
164  Lance Dunbar RB $1 11 The dynamic running back could see time even if Cowboys starter DeMarco Murray never gets injured.
165  Heath Miller TE $0 12 Miller was sidelined with a knee injury in 2013, but he's one of Roethisberger's favorite targets in the end zone.
166  Denver Broncos DST $2 4 Adding DeMarcus Ware and Aqib Talib should help when foes have to go to the air to catch up against Peyton.
167  Arizona Cardinals DST $2 4 Yet another excellent defense/special teams unit from the NFC West, the Cardinals do a little bit of everything well.
168  Jared Cook TE $0 4 Cook is a prime breakout candidate after his first season in St. Louis. A healthy Sam Bradford should help him out.
169  Brandon LaFell WR $2 10 You could do worse than taking a chance on a guy on the Patriots offense this late in your draft.
170  Andre Williams RB $1 8 Williams started the preseason with a touchdown run, and he should see regular season goal-line work, too.
171  Robert Woods WR $2 9 The second-year man is another favorite sleeper after catching 40 passes for 587 yards and three TDs in '13.
172  N.E. Patriots DST $2 10 Belichick brings in Darrelle Revis and Brandon Browner for the secondary, as stud players return from injury.
173  Miles Austin WR $1 4 So much of football is about opportunity, and Austin will have that in Cleveland.
174  Denarius Moore WR $1 5 Moore has slid down to No. 3 on the Oakland depth chart, making him essentially a non-factor in leagues.
175  Antonio Gates TE $0 10 Formerly one of the best tight ends in fantasy, Gates is now going to be a guy that shines every now and again.
176  Harry Douglas WR $1 9 Douglas had a cup of coffee with owners last year, but with Jones and White healthy, that's unlikely in '14.
177  Doug Baldwin WR $1 4 Baldwin figures to be the No. 2 receiver in Seattle, trailing only the injury-prone Percy Harvin. Sleeper alert.
178  Alex Smith QB $3 6 Smith remains the poster boy for the term "game manager." That isn't a good thing in fantasy leagues.
179  Marqise Lee WR $1 11 Lee is definitely a cut below his fellow rookie receivers, and being in Jacksonville only makes it worse.
180  Roy Helu RB $0 10 Helu is better in the passing game than Morris, but has to earn more touches in Gruden's offense.
181  Stepfan Taylor RB $0 4 If skeptics are right about Ellington's ability to work a full load, Taylor will be waiting in the wings.
182  Andrew Hawkins WR $1 4 Hawkins had a mini-run of fantasy relevance with the Bengals in 2012, but that petered out last season.
183  Baltimore Ravens DST $1 11 While this is an aging unit, it should score more often than it did in 2013.
184  Kansas City Chiefs DST $1 6 Like the Ravens, the Chiefs are regressing back to the mean, which means fewer defensive touchdowns.
185  James Starks RB $0 9 An early retirement of Johnathan Franklin (neck injury) makes Starks' the likely backup to Lacy.
186  Johnny Manziel QB $3 4 Manziel is the upside play in Cleveland, but Brian Hoyer is likely to get the first shot.
187  Jake Locker QB $3 9 If Locker can stay healthy, he can be a fantasy weapon. That has proven to be a big if.
188  Matt Prater K $2 4 He may not get another 75 extra points this year, but he was also 25-for-26 on field goal attempts.
189  C.J. Anderson RB $0 4 If Ball can't produce in his second season, the Broncos might go with the bowling ball-like Anderson.
190  Eric Ebron TE $0 9 The rookie will eventually become one of Stafford's favorite targets, but he'll likely struggle early on.
191  Bryce Brown RB $0 9 Brown was brought in this offseason as the possible future, as Spiller and Jackson enter contract years.
192  Delanie Walker TE $0 9 Locker is healthy (for now), and the Titans are hoping Walker and Justin Hunter can become end-zone targets.
193  Stephen Gostkowski K $2 10 As rock solid as they come -- he has led the league in scoring each of the last two years.
194  Dexter McCluster WR $1 9 McCluster can bring a new dynamic to the Tennessee offense, but he's only a viable option in deeper leagues.
195  Mike Williams WR $1 9 Williams has been an every-other-year guy in his four NFL seasons. Give him a shot if you believe in that sort of stuff.
196  Steven Hauschka K $2 4 Hauschka's 94.3-percent success rate last year was second to Matt Prater's, but he attempted nine more FGs.
197  Latavius Murray RB $0 5 Murray sits behind Jones-Drew and McFadden, both of whom are incredibly inconsistent.
198  Tyler Eifert TE $0 4 Another second-year tight end, Eifert should receive more attention now in a new offense.
199  Dwayne Allen TE $0 10 Allen's coming back from a hip injury that ended his 2013 after Week 1. He should be one of Luck's top targets.
200  Kenbrell Thompkins WR $1 10 Thompkins was everybody's favorite sleeper last year. Monitor his use in the exhibition games.
201  Charles Sims RB $0 7 The Buccaneers drafted him early in the third round to work passing downs in a new offense.
202  Jerricho Cotchery WR $1 12 Someone has to catch passes in Carolina, right? Cotchery, who had 10 TDs last year, has sneaky value.
203  James White RB $0 10 White could be auditioning this season to be top back next season, as Ridley and Vereen are in contract years.
204  Justin Tucker K $2 11 Tucker has a big leg (he made a 61-yarder last year), and connected on 92.7 percent of his field goal attempts.
205  Tampa Bay Buccaneers DST $1 7 Lovie Smith returns to town ready to help a young squad improve from average last season.
206  Dan Bailey K $2 11 Bailey is remarkably consistent, having finished in the top 10 each of the last three seasons.
207  Teddy Bridgewater QB $3 10 Bridgewater, not Manziel, is the rookie quarterback that you want to have on your team.
208  Jordan Todman RB $0 11 Todman is set to handle backup duties behind Gerhart in Jacksonville, but he may see some game action.
209  Geno Smith QB $2 11 Smith appears to be the favorite for the Jets' job, yet remains no more than a backup in fantasy leagues.
210  Malcom Floyd WR $1 10 Talent has never been a question for Floyd, but his health is questionable season after season.
211  Cleveland Browns DST $1 4 Cornerback Joe Haden headlines this defense, but it'll be on the field a lot again, it seems.
212  Phil Dawson K $1 8 Dawson just needed to get himself out of Cleveland to become relevant to fantasy owners.
213  Matt Schaub QB $2 5 Schaub needed a change of scenery more than any other QB in the league, but Oakland is not the ideal spot.
214  Ryan Fitzpatrick QB $2 10 Fitzpatrick has a little bit of deep sleeper buzz thanks to Andre Johnson, DeAndre Hopkins and Arian Foster.
215  Isaiah Crowell RB $0 4 The 2011 SEC Freshman of the Year has talent, and he just needs to take advantage of opportunities.
216  Blair Walsh K $1 10 Walsh didn't replicate his rookie success, but he still drilled 26-of-30 field goal attempts last year.
217  Mike Tolbert RB $0 12 The more things change, the more thay stay the same as Tolbert plays FB for Williams and Stewart.
218  Matt Bryant K $1 9 With the Atlanta offense fully healthy, Bryant should once again be a fantasy starter.
219  Kenny Britt WR $1 4 If you're inclined to take a shot on a receiver at this stage of the draft, go with someone as talented as Britt.
220  Ka'Deem Carey RB $0 9 Forte was one of the most used RBs last season, and Carey should get a chance to give him a breather.
221  Houston Texans DST $0 10 No. 1 overall draft pick Jadeveon Clowney joins J.J. Watt to possibly make the best pass-rushing tandem in years.
222  Alex Henery K $1 7 Despite the success of the Eagles offense, Henery ranked 19th among kickers in '13, missing five of 28 FG attempts.
223  Garrett Graham TE $0 10 With Owen Daniels out of town and three shaky QBs on the roster, Graham could see a lot of check-downs.
224  Jace Amaro TE $0 11 The rookie will have to beat out Jeff Cumberland (not difficult) and score some TDs for the Jets (difficult).
225  Nick Novak K $1 10 Novak rode a resurgent San Diego offense to the third-most fantasy points among kickers a season ago.
226  Nate Washington WR $1 9 Washington will be just about the most boring pick in any draft in which he is selected.
227  Jacquizz Rodgers RB $0 9 With just under 3.7 yards per carry in his career, Rodgers might lose Falcons' backup gig to Freeman.
228  Marlon Brown WR $1 11 Brown had seven touchdowns last year, but his value takes a big hit with Steve Smith in town.
229  BenJarvus Green-Ellis RB $0 4 Cincinnati drafted rookie Jeremy Hill to replace Green-Ellis on short yardage attacks.
230  Lache Seastrunk RB $0 10 The rookie out of Baylor could work his way up to be the top backup behind Morris in Washington.
231  Mason Crosby K $1 9 Crosby bounced back from a miserable 2012 season, and will always be a top option so long as he's in Green Bay.
232  Chris Givens WR $1 4 There are too many No. 3/4 receivers in St. Louis, and Givens doesn't have a unique talent to distinguish himself.
233  Coby Fleener TE $0 10 Luck's teammate at Stanford had some good games, but he really hasn't progressed as we all had hoped.
234  Marcus Lattimore RB $0 8 Still working his way back from a horrific college knee injury, it remains to be seen what he can offer in 2014.
235  Shayne Graham K $1 6 The Saints' kicker will always be an attractive fantasy option with Drew Brees in town.
236  Michael Vick QB $1 11 Vick is always tempting, but he's No. 2 on the depth chart and, at 34 years old, is a huge injury risk.
237  Marquess Wilson WR $1 9 Wilson is worth considering in very deep leagues thanks to the high-powered Chicago passing game.
238  Jeremy Kerley WR $1 11 Kerley should start opposite Eric Decker and, at 25 years old, he still has plenty of room to grow.
239  Brian Hoyer QB $1 4 Hoyer played well in three games before tearing his ACL. Don't assume Manziel will start in Cleveland.
240  Jerick McKinnon WR $1 10 Patterson and Jennings are the starters, but McKinnon can move up to No. 3 with a strong training camp.
241  Jerrel Jernigan WR $1 8 Jernigan finished the season with a flourish, catching 19 of 27 targets for 237 yards and two touchdowns.
242  Austin Seferian-Jenkins TE $0 7 The big man will try to be Josh McCown's new Martellus Bennett in Tampa Bay. Expect late-season progress.
243  Marcel Reece RB $0 5 Reece will work as the fullback in Oakland's offense once again and get some use in the passing game.
244  Da'Rick Rogers WR $1 10 With Hilton, Wayne and Nicks ahead of him, Rogers does not warrant fantasy owners' attention on draft day.
245  Andre Roberts WR $1 10 Whoever emerges as the No. 3 receiver in Washington could have some value, and Roberts is the favorite.
246  Jermaine Kearse WR $1 4 Kearse benefits from a lack of receiving options in Seattle, which should help him take root as the No. 3 receiver.
247  Chris Polk RB $0 7 Polk sits third on the depth chart behind McCoy and Sproles, but loses Bryce Brown.
248  Brandon Bolden RB $0 10 Bolden played well last season, but drafting James White likely pushes Bolden to fourth on the depth chart.
249  Robert Turbin RB $0 4 With Lynch and Michael ahead of him, Turbin needs an injury or two to become fantasy worthy.
250  Davante Adams WR $1 9 This late in your draft, you might as well take a shot on a guy who plays in one of the league's best offenses.
251  Nate Burleson WR $1 4 Regardless of what happens with Josh Gordon, Burleson carries scant fantasy value into the season.
252  Marcedes Lewis TE $0 11 The veteran is on the downside of his career, but he's still one of Jacksonville's best bets near the goal line.
253  Donnie Avery WR $1 6 It's hard to trust anyone in the K.C. passing game, making Avery someone owners should ignore on draft day
254  Eddie Royal WR $1 10 Royal had a burst of fantasy value last year that evaporated quickly. He isn't significant in fantasy leagues.
255  Scott Chandler TE $0 9 Bills receivers, including Chandler, won't be great fantasy options until E.J. Manuel becomes more consistent.
256  Levine Toilolo TE $0 9 Taking over for Tony Gonzalez can't be easy, but the Falcons should work the 6-foot-8 Toilolo into the offense.
257  Daniel Thomas RB $0 5 Lost opportunities finally caught up with Thomas as he's shoved down the depth chart.
258  Robbie Gould K $1 9 Gould has added some range as he has gotten older, and is now tied to one of the league's best offenses.
259  Bobby Rainey RB $0 7 After totaling 566 rushing yards and five touchdowns last season, Rainey is now just a backup again.
260  Travis Kelce TE $0 6 After missing '13 after knee microfracture surgery, Kelce will have a freshman's body with a sophomore's brain.
261  Andrew Quarless TE $0 9 Not known for being a great receiver, Quarless will do his best to replace Jermichael Finley's talent.
262  Mohamed Sanu WR $1 4 Sanu has the size to be a weapon for Andy Dalton, but he has been passed by Marvin Jones on the depth chart.
263  Denard Robinson RB $0 11 Robinson impressed in his first season as a tailback, but he remains third on the Jaguars' depth chart.
264  Miami Dolphins DST $0 5 DE Cameron Wake remains one of the few defensive stars, making this unit good in certain matchups.
265  Ryan Williams RB $0 11 Murray is often injured, and the Cowboys don't have much experience lined up behind him.
266  Joseph Randle RB $0 11 Randle underwhelmed in his 2013 audition and now sits at the bottom of the depth chart in Indianapolis.
267  Derek Carr QB $1 5 The Raiders drafted Carr to be their quarterback of the future. Alas, that future does not begin in 2014.
268  Matt Cassel QB $1 10 Cassel may begin the year as the starter, but the Teddy Bridgewater clock is ticking very loudly.
269  Darrius Heyward-Bey WR $1 12 Heyward-Bey is part of a group of potential No. 3 receivers for the Steelers, but it's hard to believe in him.
270  Pittsburgh Steelers DST $0 12 After adding some youth, this unit is a great streaming option to start the season.
271  Mike James RB $0 7 James sparkled in starts last year after Martin went down, but he resumes his "forgotten" status in 2014.
272  Ryan Succop K $1 6 Succop made fewer than 80 percent of his attempts last year and really struggled from distance.
273  Jonathan Dwyer RB $0 4 After four seasons in Pittsburgh, Dwyer rejoins Bruce Arians in the desert as a backup running back again.
274  Storm Johnson RB $0 11 Johnson's a complete back without outstanding attributes who rejoins former UCF teammate Blake Bortles.
275  Tim Wright TE $0 7 An over-achieving rookie season was met with the Bucs signing Brandon Myers and drafting Seferian-Jenkins.
276  Lance Moore WR $1 12 Moore's marginal fantasy value was always based on his presence in New Orleans. Now in Pittsburgh, take a pass.
277  Chicago Bears DST $0 9 Bringing in Jared Allen and Lamarr Houston should help this defense return to at least average.
278  Dri Archer RB $0 12 Archer ran a 4.26 at the NFL combine and likely ranks as one of the fastest men in the league.
279  Martavis Bryant WR $1 12 The Steelers drafted Bryant out of Clemson in the fourth round this year. He's a guy to watch in training camp.
280  Allen Robinson WR $1 11 Based on the fact that someone has to catch passes in Jacksonville, Robinson could be worth a late pick.
281  Owen Daniels TE $0 11 Daniels is back with Gary Kubiak, who will run the offense in Baltimore, but he's second behind Pitta.
282  Buffalo Bills DST $0 9 Second only to the Panthers, the Bills recorded 57 sacks in 2013.
283  Adam Vinatieri K $1 10 At 41 years old, Vinatieri still has it. He made 35 field goals in 2013.
284  New Orleans Saints DST $0 6 The Saints added Jairus Byrd and Champ Bailey to an already solid pass defense for 2014.
285  Graham Gano K $1 12 Gano had a strong 2013 season, making 24-of-27 field goal attempts, including six from beyond 50.
286  Connor Barth K $1 7 Barth, who missed last year with a torn Achilles, made nine field goals of at least 50 yards in 2012.
287  Benny Cunningham RB $0 4 There's too much talent ahead of Cunningham in St. Louis for him to make a fantasy impact.
288  Chad Henne QB $1 11 Henne is merely keeping the seat warm for rookie QB Blake Bortles in Jacksonville.
289  Blake Bortles QB $1 11 Bortles should be starting in Jacksonville at some point, but that's not an offense in which owners should invest.
290  Jermaine Gresham TE $0 4 It's a contract season for Gresham, who will likely give way to second-year man Eifert in terms of targets.
291  Mychal Rivera TE $0 5 Keep an eye on Rivera, who after a QB carousel in 2013 now gets TE-friendly Matt Schaub throwing to him.
292  Brandon Pettigrew TE $0 9 The Lions' selection of Ebron in the first round of the 2014 NFL Draft tells Pettigrew all he needs to know.
293  Jacoby Jones WR $1 11 Jones has never had a season with at least 600 yards and has reached 50 receptions just once.
294  Bilal Powell RB $0 11 Powell gets pushed further down the depth chart after the Jets signed Chris Johnson.
295  Jermichael Finley N/A TE $0 N/A Another player coming off of a major neck injury, Finley needs to find a team before a fantasy team finds him.
296  Travaris Cadet RB $0 6 Third-year man out of App. State could pick up some of touches formerly going to Sproles.
297  Ronnie Hillman RB $0 4 Once had a chance at starting, but couldn't protect Peyton Manning, and that's Rule No. 1 for Broncos RBs.
298  Brian Quick WR $1 4 Quick's competition at wide receiver in St. Louis isn't exactly stiff, so he could become fantasy-relevant.
299  Ace Sanders WR $1 11 The Jacksonville receiving corps is muddled, and that could create an opportunity for Sanders.
300  DuJuan Harris RB $0 9 Harris is third behind Lacy and Starks, and will likely need an injury to be relevant in most leagues.

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