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11. Julio Jones, Atlanta Falcons
Outlook: Durability is a bit of a red flag for Jones, as he’s missed 14 games in two years. Still, he has incredible potential so long as he remains healthy. He plays with a top 10 fantasy quarterback, and is on a team that’ll likely find itself in a ton of shootouts because of its bad defense.
Projections: 1,355 receiving yards, 34 rushing yards, 8 touchdowns, & 1 fumble
12. Keenan Allen, San Diego Chargers
Outlook: Allen’s sophomore campaign projects to exceed his strong rookie one. His rapport with Philip Rivers will only be better in year two, and the Chargers’ offense should be as good (if not better) this season. He’s a WR1 with upside.
Projections: 1,246 receiving yards, 10 touchdowns, & 2 fumbles
13. Vincent Jackson, Tampa Bay Buccaneers
Outlook: Rookie receiver Mike Evans won’t start to eat into Jackson’s opportunities until next year. The veteran’s been incredibly consistent since coming over from San Diego. That shouldn’t change with Josh McCown at quarterback.
Projections: 1,306 receiving yards & 7 touchdowns
14. Cordarrelle Patterson, Minnesota Vikings
Outlook: Keep an eye on Patterson this summer. He possesses the ability to emerge as a top 10 fantasy receiver, but the quarterback situation in Minnesota may hinder him. He’s also still very much developing. Still, new offensive coordinator Norv Turner seems motivated to get the ball in his hands. That’s a good sign for his fantasy stock.
Projections: 997 receiving yards, 164 rushing yards, & 9 touchdowns (2 rushing)
15. Larry Fitzgerald, Arizona Cardinals
Outlook: It’s been two years since Fitzgerald eclipsed 1,000 yards receiving. The veteran receiver projects to right that wrong in ‘14, with his best season since 2011.
Projections: 1,056 receiving yards, 11 touchdowns, & 2 fumbles
16. Michael Crabtree, San Francisco 49ers
Outlook: Nearly a year removed from tearing his ACL, Crabtree is fully healthy now, and a solid WR2 under standard scoring.
Projections: 1,143 receiving yards & 8 touchdowns
17. Michael Floyd, Arizona Cardinals
Outlook: Floyd isn’t quite ready to overtake Fitzgerald, as the veteran is too good at finding the end zone. Nevertheless, in his third season now, Floyd’s poised for a breakout year in ‘14, with projections indicating he’ll set a career-high in receiving yards.
Projections: 1,216 receiving yards & 6 touchdowns
18. Tavon Austin, St. Louis Rams
Outlook: A boom or bust fantasy play, Austin enters ‘14 as the Rams’ best bet to inject excitement into the offense. His ability to contribute as a runner out of the backfield elevates his fantasy value, but his development (good or bad) at wide receiver will define his season.
Projections: 749 receiving yards, 302 rushing yards, 9 touchdowns (2 rushing), & 2 fumbles
19. Victor Cruz, N.Y. Giants
Outlook: New offensive coordinator Ben McAdoo will attempt to replicate Green Bay’s passing game in New York. Cruz, who had 1,500-plus receiving yards in ‘11, should have no problems fitting into the new scheme.
Projections: 1,081 receiving yards, 8 touchdowns, & 1 fumble
20. T.Y. Hilton, Indianapolis Colts
Outlook: The addition of Hakeem Nicks allows the Colts to move Hilton around more. The third-year receiver can play outside or in the slot, and has scored 12 touchdowns in the last two seasons. He’s also coming off his first 1,000-yard campaign.
Projections: 1,105 receiving yards & 7 touchdowns
21. Ruben Randle, N.Y. Giants
Outlook: Randle projects to set career-highs in receiving yards and touchdowns in ‘13. The third-year receiver benefits from a new system that tailors to the passing game. In addition, the departure of Nicks allows the Giants to utilize Randle more.
Projections: 1,062 receiving yards, 8 touchdowns, & 1 fumble
22. Dwayne Bowe, Kansas City Chiefs
Outlook: Coming off a poor year, Bowe is a good bounce-back candidate. He has reportedly looked great this off-season, as he’s taken it upon himself to get into better shape. The Chiefs also may open up the playbook a little more in year two under Andy Reid.
Projections: 973 receiving yards & 9 touchdowns
23. Marques Colston, New Orleans Saints
Outlook: Playing in one of the league’s best offenses keeps Colston on the radar. Baring an injury to Jimmy Graham, he won’t emerge as a WR1, but he’s a rock solid WR2. You know what you’re getting with the veteran receiver.
Projections: 1,060 receiving yards & 7 touchdowns
24. Torrey Smith, Baltimore Ravens
Outlook: Odds are strong Smith follows up his first 1,000-yards season with another in ‘14. The Ravens will run a new scheme under new offensive coordinator Gary Kubiak, who while in Houston, molded Andre Johnson into one of the league’s best receivers.
Projections: 1,235 receiving yards & 4 touchdowns
25. Sammy Watkins, Buffalo Bills
Outlook: Despite being a rookie, Watkins shows up on the fantasy radar. His talent along with Buffalo’s willingness to get the ball in his hands suggests he’s one of the frontrunners for offensive rookie of the year.
Projections: 978 receiving yards, 37 rushing yards, 8 touchdowns, & 2 fumbles
26. Jeremy Maclin, Philadelphia Eagles
Outlook: The departure of DeSean Jackson gives Maclin an opportunity to have a huge fantasy season, as the Eagles intend to utilize Maclin in the same way they did Jackson.
Projections: 945 receiving yards, 8 touchdowns, & 1 fumble
27. Roddy White, Atlanta Falcons
Outlook: A healthy White still has enough left in the tank to make a fantasy impact. With that said, he’s now more of a WR3.
Projections: 1,112 receiving yards, 5 touchdowns, & 1 fumble
28. Kendall Wright, Tennessee Titans
Outlook: Much of Tennessee’s success depends on Jake Locker’s development. If the fourth-year quarterback has strong year, the skill players around him will as well. Wright could finish the year as a low-end WR3 or high-end WR2, as a result.
Projections: 1,097 receiving yards, 5 touchdowns, & 1 fumble
29. Mike Wallace, Miami Dolphins
Outlook: With rookie receiver Jarvis Landry in the mix, it is unlikely Wallace will surpass his statistical output from ‘13, even if there’s a willingness on Miami’s part to incorporate him more into the offense.
Projections: 944 receiving yards, 48 rushing yards, & 6 touchdowns
30. Terrance Williams, Dallas Cowboys
Outlook: Williams enters ‘14 in an excellent position. He’s the starter opposite of Dez Bryant, so he should see plenty of man-to-man coverage. Plus, he plays in a system that centers on throwing the football. He has WR2 upside.
Projections: 1,001 receiving yards, 16 rushing yards, 6 touchdowns, & 2 fumbles
1 point per 10 yards receiving
1 point per 10 yards rushing
6 points per touchdown
-2 points per fumble