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2. Dez Bryant
It does not get much better than how Bryant finished out 2012, draft him with the expectations that he can do it again.
3. A.J. Green
Will continue to catch balls from footballs favorite redhead.
With 194 targets and 118 catches last year Marshall should continue to be force-fed passes from Jay Cutler
5. Julio Jones
Fulfilled last year’s fantasy buzz with a great season, the same should be expected.
Regardless of the Josh Freeman hate, from a fantasy standpoint the two were great together.
Wes Welker is looming, but Manning puts the ball in his playmakers hands.
Sure he is getting old, but proved down the stretch last season he still has it in him, and he should also be able to improve upon his mere four touchdowns last season.
10. Victor Cruz
Regardless of the fallout from his holdout, come the start of the season Cruz will be back in the good graces of the Giants.
11. Percy Harvin
Having Russell Wilson will be a treat for Harvin and fantasy owners.
12. Roddy White
Proved that he and Julio Jones could co-exist.
13. Jordy Nelson
14. Reggie Wayne
15. Torrey Smith
Has only had 49 and 50 receptions the past two years, but with Anquan Boldin out of the picture he should be good for at least 70 catches, his first 1000 yard season, and eight plus touchdowns.
16. Marques Colston
Consistent, no doubter for 1000/8.
17. Randall Cobb
People are hoping for the second coming of Percy Harvin, but those expectations should be tempered.
18. Hakeem Nicks
If he can stay healthy, which is unlikely, he should be able to put a good season together.
19. Danny Amendola
Expectations may be too big, but Amendola will have every chance to prove he can live up to them.
Big injury risk, but I’m all in considering how he and Philip Rivers clicked last season.
21. Wes Welker
Probably won’t be used as much as Tom Brady threw to him with Thomas and Decker around, but Manning has proven he get three receivers a thousand yards each.
22. Mike Wallace
Tannehill should be able to do his part in getting Wallace the ball.
23. Antonio Brown
The Steelers offense has a few question marks, but Brown is now the number one receiver.
24. Dwayne Bowe
Alex Smith is easily the best quarterback he has played with in his career.
25. Steve Smith
The arrow is pointing down, but Cam Newton has very few other places to look.
26. Josh Gordon
27. Denarius Moore
28. Desean Jackson
Chip Kelly’s offense focuses on speed, and well Jackson is quite fast.
29. Anquan Boldin
Obviously the outlook for Boldin drastically changes with the injury to Michael Crabtree. Last year Kaepernick had a tendency to lock on to one receiver, which was Crabtree, so by default he could now look to Boldin almost as much.
30. Steve Johnson
If he plays in the slot Manuel should have an easier time getting him the ball.
31. Pierre Garcon
When healthy has the ability to put up great numbers.
32. Cecil Shorts
Blackmon may be proving to be a bust so Shorts will be forced to catch balls from Balin Gabbert again.
33. Tavon Austin
The Rams traded into the top 10 to draft him so they must plan to use him quite a bit.
34. Greg Jennings
Someone has to get Harvin’s targets.
May turn out to be Luck’s favorite target within the next year or two.
36. Eric Decker
37. James Jones
38. Mike Williams
39. Kenny Britt
40. Miles Austin
41. Lance Moore
42. Kendall Wright
43. Emmanuel Sanders
44. Jeremy Maclin
45. Sidney Rice
46. Alshon Jeffery
47. Michael Floyd
48. Malcom Floyd
49. Chris Givens
50. Brian Hartline
51. Justin Blackmon
52. Deandre Hopkins
53. Santonio Holmes
54. Aaron Dobson
55. Brandon LaFell