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All around the country fantasy football drafts are getting ready to kickoff. To help you fill out your cheat sheet and form a draft strategy this summer, here are the top-100 fantasy football players for the 2014 season.

100. RB DeAngelo Williams, Carolina Panthers

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100. RB DeAngelo Williams, Carolina Panthers

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The loss of both Steve Smith and Brandon LaFell this offseason will force Carolina to give Williams more carries in 2014. View him as a RB5 with plenty of upside.

2013 Stats: 201 ATT, 843 YDS, 3 TDs, 26 REC, 333 YDS, 1 TD

99. WR Cecil Shorts Jr. Jacksonville Jaguars

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99. WR Cecil Shorts Jr. Jacksonville Jaguars

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Shorts shockingly received 125 targets last season and outshined all the wideouts in Jacksonville. He has had several injury setbacks this offseason, including a strained hamstring, but he will still have value as a reserve wideout.

2013 Stats: 66 REC, 777 YDS, 3 TDs

98. QB Philip Rivers, San Diego Chargers

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98. QB Philip Rivers, San Diego Chargers

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Rivers shocked the fantasy world last season by finishing as a top-six quarterback in most formats. He will likely regress a bit this season, but the veteran will do enough to be a top-10 QB again in 2014.

2013 Stats: 378/544, 4,478 YDS, 32 TDs, 11 INTs

97. WR DeAndre Hopkins, Houston Texans

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97. WR DeAndre Hopkins, Houston Texans

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Hopkins’ rather lackluster rookie season was most likely due to the offense’s inability to the move the chains. He will better in his sophomore season, but don’t expect him to be a fantasy superstar just yet.

2013 Stats: 52 REC, 802 YDS, 2 TDs

96. RB Stevan Ridley, New England Patriots

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96. RB Stevan Ridley, New England Patriots

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The fact that Ridley has fumbled nine times over the past two seasons has left in the doghouse on many cold, New England afternoons. Luckily, the departure of LeGarrettee Blount will give Ridley a chance to compete with Shane Vereen for the starting spot.

2013 Stats: 178 ATT, 773 YARDS, 7 TDs

95. RB Darren Sproles, Philadelphia Eagles

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95. RB Darren Sproles, Philadelphia Eagles

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Sproles has the potential to be a decent receiving option in Chip Kelly’s offense, but don’t expect the veteran to steal many carries away from LeSean McCoy.

2013 Stats: 53 ATT, 220 YDS, 2 TDs, 71 REC, 604 YDS, 2 TDs

94. TE Greg Olsen, Carolina Panthers

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94. TE Greg Olsen, Carolina Panthers

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Olsen has become a reliable safety blanket for QB Cam Newton to look for downfield, and the tight end will be even more involved in the passing game since the Panthers lost Steve Smith and Brandon LaFaell this offseason.

2013 Stats: 73 REC, 816 YDS, 6 TDs

93. QB Russell Wilson, Seattle Seahawks

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93. QB Russell Wilson, Seattle Seahawks

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Wilson is fresh off a Super Bowl victory and is currently the most popular quarterback on the planet. However, that doesn’t necessarily transition into fantasy points, as Wilson is simply a middle of the road signal caller.

2013 Stats: 257/407, 3,357 YDS, 26 TDs, 9 INTs

92. QB Jay Cutler, Chicago Bears

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92. QB Jay Cutler, Chicago Bears

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Cutler has some of the best wideouts in football at his disposal in Brandon Marshall and Alshon Jeffery. The gunslinger will put up All-Pro numbers whenever he is on the field, but he will come with some injury concern.

2013 Stats: 224/355, 2,621 YDS, 19 TDs, 12 INTs

91. TE Jordan Reed, Washington Redskins

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91. TE Jordan Reed, Washington Redskins

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Reed showed glimpses of superstardom last season before being shutdown for the year with a concussion. He will have more room over the middle with the addition of speedster DeSean Jackson and will be a sleeper top-10 tight end.

2013 Stats: 45 REC, 499 YDS, 3 TDs

90. WR Sammy Watkins, Buffalo Bills

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90. WR Sammy Watkins, Buffalo Bills

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Buffalo traded the house to get ahold of Watkins. Unfortunately, the rookie will take time to develop into a star. He will go through his slumps and likely won’t make a true fantasy impact until 2015.

2013 Stats: N/A

89. WR T.Y. Hilton, Indianapolis Colts

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89. WR T.Y. Hilton, Indianapolis Colts

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Hilton had five games with over 120 yards last season and the speedster developed into a real home run threat. However, he caught all five of his touchdowns in two contests and will be a streaky fantasy option from time to time.

2013 Stats: 82 REC, 1,083 YDS, 5 TDs

88. RB Danny Woodhead, San Diego Chargers

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88. RB Danny Woodhead, San Diego Chargers

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Woodhead isn’t the sexiest fantasy back in the world, but he is a quality dual-threat option. He will once again be a serviceable RB4 to scoop up this fantasy season.

2013 Stats: 106 ATT, 429 YDS, 2 TDs, 76 REC, 605 YDs, 6 TDs

87. TE Jordan Cameron, Cleveland Browns

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87. TE Jordan Cameron, Cleveland Browns

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Cameron finished second among tight ends in receiving yards and hauled in a career-high seven touchdowns. He will be one of the best value picks at the tight end position this season.

2013 Stats: 80 REC, 917 YDS, 7 TDs

86. TE Jason Witten, Dallas Cowboys

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86. TE Jason Witten, Dallas Cowboys

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Witten hasn’t missed a game in 10 seasons and has become a fixture within the top-five fantasy tight ends. He is a pretty safe consolation prize after the big names come off the board.

2013 Stats: 73 REC, 851 YDS, 8 TDs

85. WR Reggie Wayne, Indianapolis Colts

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85. WR Reggie Wayne, Indianapolis Colts

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Wayne is fully recovered from his torn ACL and the veteran will walk back into his starting spot on the outside. Look for him to easily finish with another 1,000-yard campaign.

2013 Stats: 38 REC, 503 YDS, 2 TDs

84. RB Pierre Thomas, New Orleans Saints

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84. RB Pierre Thomas, New Orleans Saints

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Thomas is the most experienced back in this offense and the veteran will receive a heavy dose of the rock game after game. He may occasionally surrender touches to Mark Ingram and Khiry Robinson, but Thomas will be the back to own in NOLA this year.

2013 Stats: 147 ATT, 549 YDS, 2 TDs, 77 REC, 513 YDS, 3 TDs

83. QB Colin Kaepernick, San Francisco 49ers

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83. QB Colin Kaepernick, San Francisco 49ers

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Kaepernick didn’t live up to the hype last season like most thought he would, but he still managed to score 25 total TDs with just eight interceptions. He will fall pretty far this year and will be a cheap dual-threat quarterback to lock up after the fifth round.

2013 Stats: 243/416, 3,197 YDS, 21 TDs, 8 INTs, 524 RUSH YDS, 4 TDs

82. RB Maurice Jones-Drew, Oakland Raiders

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82. RB Maurice Jones-Drew, Oakland Raiders

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Jones-Drew will seek to rejuvenate his career on the West Coast after two injury-plagued seasons in Jacksonville. Unfortunately, MJD will have to battle with Darren McFadden for caries, and the duo could prove to be a rather frustrating to own this fantasy season.

2013 Stats: 234 ATT, 803 YDS, 5 TDs, 43 REC, 314 YDS, 0 TDs

81. WR Golden Tate, Detroit Lions

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81. WR Golden Tate, Detroit Lions

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Tate is finally able to escape the run-heavy offense of the Seahawks. Plus the move to Detroit should help him post career numbers across the board.

2013 Stats: 64 REC, 898 YDS, 5 TDs

80. WR Terrance Williams, Dallas Cowboys

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80. WR Terrance Williams, Dallas Cowboys

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Williams will open the season as the starter opposite Dez Bryant. T-Will will benefit from being featured in the pass-happy offense of Scott Linehan and has a chance crack the 1,000-yard mark if he stays healthy.

2013 Stats: 44 REC, 736 YDS, 5 TDs

79. WR Jeremy Maclin, Philadelphia Eagles

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79. WR Jeremy Maclin, Philadelphia Eagles

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Maclin is another wideout attempting to come back from a torn ACL. Luckily, his major competition for balls, DeSean Jackson, is no longer in town. As a result, Maclin will see plenty of targets in 2014 and will be worth a look as a WR2.

2013 Stats: N/A

78. TE Dennis Pitta, Baltimore Ravens

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78. TE Dennis Pitta, Baltimore Ravens

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It isn’t a coincidence that Baltimore’s offense fell apart without Pitta last season. In the four games he played at the end of the year, the tight end caught 20 passes (33 targets) and was heavily involved in the aerial attack.

2013 Stats: 20 REC, 169 YDS, 1 TD

77. WR Mike Wallace, Miami Dolphins

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77. WR Mike Wallace, Miami Dolphins

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Wallace wasn't exactly an All-Pro in his first year in South Beach, but he still received a career-high 142 targets. The veteran will be much more comfortable with QB Ryan Tannehill, and the duo will have no problem eclipsing 1,000 yards in 2014.

2013 Stats: 73 REC, 930 YDS, 5 TDs

76. RB Fred Jackson, Buffalo Bills

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76. RB Fred Jackson, Buffalo Bills

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Buffalo signed Jackson to an extension this offseason, which will keep the veteran around for another two years. Jackson has quietly been the most productive back in WNY in recent seasons, and FredEx will once again be a steal as a backup RB this summer.

2013 Stats: 206 ATT, 890 YDS, 9 TDs, 47 REC, 387 YDS, 1 TD

75. WR Eric Decker, New York Jets

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75. WR Eric Decker, New York Jets

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Decker had a career campaign last year and was one of the best value picks in all of fantasy. Unfortunately, the move to New York will cause a drastic decline in his numbers across the board.

2013 Stats: 87 REC, 1,288 YDS, 11 TDs

74. WR Julian Edelman, New England Patriots

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74. WR Julian Edelman, New England Patriots

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Edelman was one of the biggest surprises of the 2013 season. He finished fourth in the league with 105 receptions and emerged as QB Tom Brady’s favorite receiver. Unfortunately, it is highly unlikely that the veteran will match those numbers in 2014.

2013 Stats: 105 REC, 1,056 YDS, 6 TDs

73. RB Shane Vereen, New England Patriots

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73. RB Shane Vereen, New England Patriots

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The Patriots always have a revolving door at the running back position, but Vereen really came alive last season. He averaged 5.8 receptions per game and the former California standout is one of the best pass-catching backs in fantasy. He may not add a ton of rushing yards, but he will see plenty of work in the passing game.

2013 Stats: 44 ATT, 208 YDS, 1 TD, 47 REC, 427 RUSH YDS, 0 TDs

72. QB Tony Romo, Dallas Cowboys

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72. QB Tony Romo, Dallas Cowboys

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Romo was one of only four quarterbacks in the league that posted over 30 TDs with fewer than 13 interceptions last season. Romo will once again be a steal as a starting fantasy quarterback this summer.

2013 Stats: 342/535, 3,828 YDS, 31 TDs, 10 INTs

71. WR Emmanuel Sanders, Denver Broncos

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71. WR Emmanuel Sanders, Denver Broncos

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The move to Denver does wonders for the fantasy value of Sanders. He now gets to catch balls from the best quarterback in the game and the wideout should walk into an eight-TD season.

2013 Stats: 67 REC, 740 YDS, 6 TDs

70. RB Trent Richardson, Indianapolis Colts

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70. RB Trent Richardson, Indianapolis Colts

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Richardson didn’t transition well to the move to Indy, as he averaged 2.9 YPC and scored three touchdowns in 14 games. Luckily, Richardson has absolutely no competition for carries in Indy with Donald Brown in San Diego and Vick Ballard out for the season.

2013 Stats: 188 ATT, 563 YDS, 3 TDs, 35 REC, 316 YDS, 1 TD

69. QB Tom Brady, New England Patriots

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69. QB Tom Brady, New England Patriots

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Despite the negative press about Brady's 2013 performance, Tom Terrific still racked up over 4,300 yards, completed 60.5% of his passes, and threw just 11 interceptions. A healthy Rob Gronkowski will help Brady get back over the 30-TD plateau and revitalize his fantasy career in the process.

2013 Stats: 380/628, 4,343 YDS, 25 TDs, 11 INTs

68. WR Michael Floyd, Arizona Cardinals

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68. WR Michael Floyd, Arizona Cardinals

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Floyd started to come alive down the stretch last season by averaging 82.4 receiving yards over the final seven games. Floyd is another underrated wideout that is primed for greatness this fall.

2013 Stats: 65 REC, 1,041 YDS, 5 TDs

67. RB Joique Bell, Detroit Lions

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67. RB Joique Bell, Detroit Lions

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Much like his teammate Reggie Bush, Bell is an extremely versatile fantasy back. He will be the main goal line back and will be a steady contributor through the air as well.

2013 Stats: 166 ATT, 650 YDS, 8 TDs, 53 REC, 547 YDS, 0 TDs

66. QB Matt Ryan, Atlanta Falcons

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66. QB Matt Ryan, Atlanta Falcons

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Ryan seriously struggled last season, but he will be much more productive with a healthy Julio Jones and Roddy White to help him move the chains. Look for Ryan to have a bounce back fantasy campaign in 2014.

2013 Stats: 439/651, 4,515 YDS, 26 TDs, 17 INTs

65. RB Knowshon Moreno, Miami Dolphins

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65. RB Knowshon Moreno, Miami Dolphins

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Moreno had a surprising 2013 season, as he racked up over 1,000 yards and double-digit touchdowns for the first time in his career. Unfortunately, Moreno signed with Miami this offseason and his numbers will take a serious hit without Peyton Manning keeping the defense honest.

2013 Stats: 241 ATT, 1,038 YDS, 10 TDs

64. RB Rashad Jennings, New York Giants

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64. RB Rashad Jennings, New York Giants

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Jennings will likely take over the full-time job in New York with David Wilson retiring this offseason and Andre Brown now in Houston. The sudden emergence of rookie Andre Williams will be somewhat concerning, but not enough to push Jennings out of a starting gig.

2013 Stats: 163 ATT, 733 YDS, 6 TDs, 36 REC, 292 YDS, 0 TDs

63. QB Robert Griffin III, Washington Redskins

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63. QB Robert Griffin III, Washington Redskins

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Washington has done a lot this offseason to rebuild their offense. They signed WR DeSean Jackson to help open up the field and the addition of O.C. Jay Gruden will instantly help the team move the chains. Griffin will be much healthier this season and the extra weapons will help RG3 regain to his All-Pro form.

2013 Stats: 274/456, 3,203 YDS, 16 TDs, 12 INTs

62. WR Marques Colston, New Orleans Saints

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62. WR Marques Colston, New Orleans Saints

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With TE Jimmy Graham occupying the majority of the targets/touchdowns in New Orleans, Colston won’t be the flashiest number one wideout in the league. He can still be a decent option to fill out a receiving core, though, so don’t completely right him off just yet.

2013 Stats: 75 REC, 943 YDS, 5 TDs

61. WR Torrey Smith, Baltimore Ravens

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61. WR Torrey Smith, Baltimore Ravens

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Smith shockingly averaged 111.2 receiving yards through the first five games of the 2013 season. Unfortunately, he averaged a meager 52 yards in the following 11 contests. This kind of inconsistency will drop Smith’s value this summer and keep him in WR3 territory.

2013 Stats: 65 REC, 1,128 YDS, 4 TDs

60. WR Percy Harvin, Seattle Seahawks

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60. WR Percy Harvin, Seattle Seahawks

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After missing 26 games over the past two seasons, Harvin is without a doubt one of the most injury-prone players in all of fantasy. He will have the occasional big games, but he will show up on the injury report on a weekly basis. Draft Harvin with caution this season.

2013 Stats: 1 REC, 17 YDS, 0 TDs

59. WR Roddy White, Atlanta Falcons

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59. WR Roddy White, Atlanta Falcons

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For the first time in his tenured career, White missed time due to injury, as he missed three contests with an ankle and hamstring injury. Luckily, he averaged 100.4 receiving yards in the final five games and will be ready to reclaim his spot as the ultimate possession wideout. Roddy will be one veteran wideout to watch closely this summer.

2013 Stats: 63 REC, 711 YDS, 3 TDs

58. RB Steven Jackson, Atlanta Falcons

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58. RB Steven Jackson, Atlanta Falcons

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Jackson is one of the most injury prone backs in fantasy, so the 11-year pro will likely miss a handful of games again this season. With a healthy supporting cast around him, though, Jackson could easily sneak into the end zone 6-8 times this year.

2013 Stats: 157 ATT, 543 YDS, 6 TDs, 33 REC, 191 YDS, 1 TD

57. RB Ray Rice, Baltimore Ravens

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57. RB Ray Rice, Baltimore Ravens

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The recent suspension drops Rice’s stock considerably, but he is still one of the best dual-threat backs in fantasy. Expect him to quickly make up for lost time.

2013 Stats: 214 ATT, 660 YDS, 4 TDs, 58 REC, 321 YDS, 0 TDs

56. RB Frank Gore, San Francisco 49ers

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56. RB Frank Gore, San Francisco 49ers

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Gore has racked up 1,100 rushing yards and eight touchdowns in three straight seasons. He has a ton of competition for carries, but consider him San Fran’s starter until someone else steps up.

2013 Stats: 276 ATT, 1,128 YDS, 9 TDs

55. QB Matthew Stafford, Detroit Lions

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55. QB Matthew Stafford, Detroit Lions

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Stafford is certainly turnover prone, as he has been picked off 36 times over the past two seasons alone. Luckily, Stafford gets to throw the ball to Calvin Johnson and a new assortment of including talent highlighted by WR Golden Tate and TE Eric Ebron.

2013 Stats: 371/634, 4,650 YDS, 29 TDs, 19 INTs

54. RB Chris Johnson, New York Jets

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54. RB Chris Johnson, New York Jets

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CJ2K has a lot of mileage on his legs and the trip to New York won’t help much. He will fight for carries all year and will automatically lose goal line carries. Consider Johnson a RB4 with a very limited upside.

2013 Stats: 279 ATT, 1,077 YDS, 6 TDs, 42 REC, 345 YDs, 4 TDs

53. WR Anquan Boldin, San Francisco 49ers

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53. WR Anquan Boldin, San Francisco 49ers

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After his 207-yard season opener, Boldin had just one game with over 75 yards in the next nine contests. Luckily, he averaged an impressive 91.5 yards over the final six games and ended the year on a high note. He will be a reliable WR3/WR4 to stash away this summer.

2013 Stats: 85 REC, 1,179 YDS, 7 TDs

52. QB Nick Foles, Philadelphia Eagles

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52. QB Nick Foles, Philadelphia Eagles

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Foles took over for QB Michael Vick in the middle of the season and the former Arizona Wildcat never looked back. Foles ended up throwing 26 touchdowns in 12 starts, including a seven-TD outburst against the Oakland Raiders. Foles will be a popular early-round sleeper quarterback to look for after the big-three come off the board.

2013 Stats: 203/317, 2,891 YDS, 27 TDs, 2 INTS

51. WR Kendall Wright, Tennessee Titans

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51. WR Kendall Wright, Tennessee Titans

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Wright’s 94 receptions last season were rather unexpected. Many fans pegged Justin Hunter to breakout in the Music City, but Wright ended up being the right choice. Look for the youngster to build on his career 2013 campaign.

2013 Stats: 94 REC, 1,079 YDS, 2 TDs

50. WR Cordarrelle Patterson, Minnesota Vikings

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50. WR Cordarrelle Patterson, Minnesota Vikings

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Patterson proved he has legitimate fantasy potential by scoring nine total touchdowns (4 Receiving/3 Rushing/2 Return) in his rookie season. The speedster will be one of the premier breakout talents to scoop up this summer, so consider him a steal as a WR3.

2013 Stats: 45 REC, 469 YDS, 4 TDs, 12 ATT, 158 YDS, 3 TDs

49. RB Bishop Sankey, Tennessee Titans

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49. RB Bishop Sankey, Tennessee Titans

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Sankey is an extremely versatile back that can instantly have a fantasy impact. He will fight with Shonn Greene all year for carries, but the rookie is by far the most talented option in Tennessee’s backfield.

2013 Stats: N/A

48. WR Victor Cruz, New York Giants

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48. WR Victor Cruz, New York Giants

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Cruz hauled in 19 touchdowns over his first two seasons, but even he wasn’t impervious to the slump of New York’s offense last season. The Giants look much better offensively this preseason, so a bounce back season for Cruz seems almost guaranteed.

2013 Stats: 73 REC, 998 YDS, 4 TDs

47. QB Andrew Luck, Indianapolis Colts

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47. QB Andrew Luck, Indianapolis Colts

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Luck cut his interception total down from 18 in 2012 to just nine last season. He finished as the fourth best quarterback in standard ESPN formats and the former number one pick is on the verge of becoming an elite fantasy quarterback.

2013 Stats: 343/570, 3,822 YDS, 23 TDs, 9 INTs

46. WR Michael Crabtree, San Francisco 49ers

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46. WR Michael Crabtree, San Francisco 49ers

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Crabtree may miss a couple games now and then, but he will be QB Colin Kaeprnick’s favorite receiver when he is on the field. Fantasy fans can easily plug in over 1,000 yards and eight touchdowns next to Crabtree's name.

2013 Stats: 19 REC, 284 YDS, 1 TD

45. TE Rob Gronkowski, New England Patriots

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45. TE Rob Gronkowski, New England Patriots

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Gronkowski is reportedly healthy to start the year, but the Pats will still be conservative with their franchise tight end. Look for him to flirt with a 10-touchdwons season, but once again miss a couple contests due to injury.

2013 Stats: 39 REC, 592 YDS, 4 TDs

44. WR Vincent Jackson, Tampa Bay Buccaneers

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44. WR Vincent Jackson, Tampa Bay Buccaneers

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Jackson is one of the most underrated wideouts in the game. He has back-to-back 1,200-yard campaigns and has grabbed at least seven touchdowns in three straight seasons.

2013 Stats: 78 ERC, 1,224 YDS, 7 TDs

43. WR DeSean Jackson, Washington Redskins

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43. WR DeSean Jackson, Washington Redskins

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After being shockingly cut by the Eagles this offseason, Jackson quickly found a new home in Washington. D-Jack should thrive in O.C. Jay Gruden’s high-powered offense and emerge as a low-end WR2 again.

2013 Stats: 82 REC, 1,332 YDS, 9 TDs

42. RB Andre Ellington, Arizona Cardinals

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42. RB Andre Ellington, Arizona Cardinals

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Ellington has come into camp 10 pounds heavy and seems determined to win the starting gig outright this season. Ellington doesn’t have much competition for carries, so expect the former Clemson star to run away with the job this season.

2013 Stats: 118 ATT, 652 YDS, 3 TDs, 39 REC, 371 YDS, 1 TD

41. TE Vernon Davis, San Francisco 49ers

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41. TE Vernon Davis, San Francisco 49ers

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Davis finished with 13 touchdowns last season, which was second only to Jimmy Graham (16). Davis will put up All-Pro numbers again this fantasy season and will be a popular pick in the third or fourth round.

2013 Stats: 52 REC, 850 YDS, 13 TDs

40. TE Julius Thomas, Denver Broncos

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40. TE Julius Thomas, Denver Broncos

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Thomas quickly proved to be a matchup nightmare for opposing defenses and it didn’t take long for QB Peyton Manning to recognize mismatch. As long as Manning is under center, JT will always be a threat to haul in double-digit TDs.

2013 Stats: 65 REC, 788 YDS, 12 TDs

39. RB Ben Tate, Cleveland Browns

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39. RB Ben Tate, Cleveland Browns

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After years of sitting behind Arian Foster, Tate heads to Cleveland ready to take over the starting gig. Don’t discount the presence of Terrance West, though, because the rookie has drawn a good deal of praise during the team’s training camp.

2013 Stats: 181 ATT, 771 YDS, 4 TDs

38. RB Toby Gerhart, Jacksonville Jaguars

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38. RB Toby Gerhart, Jacksonville Jaguars

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After years of sitting behind Adrian Peterson, Gerhart finally gets a shot at a starting job. He heads to Jacksonville and all indications are that the team is going to give him a heavy dose of the rock in 2014.

2013 Stats: 36 ATT, 283 YDS, 2 TDs, 13 REC, 88 YDS, 0 TDs

37. WR Randall Cobb, Green Bay Packers

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37. WR Randall Cobb, Green Bay Packers

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Cobb disappointingly missed 10 games last season with a sprained knee, but it was a fluke injury that won’t linger. The versatile wideout will be a favorite target for QB Aaron Rodgers this season and Cobb will have no problem finishing among the top-15 fantasy receivers.

36. WR Pierre Garcon, Washington Redskins

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36. WR Pierre Garcon, Washington Redskins

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Garcon led the league with 184 targets last season, and while that number will go down following the addition of DeSean Jackson, The Waiter will still be a reliable weekly contributor in DC.

2013 Stats: 113 REC, 1,346 YDS, 5 TDs

35. WR Larry Fitzgerald, Arizona Cardinals

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35. WR Larry Fitzgerald, Arizona Cardinals

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Fitzgerald has seen his numbers steadily decline in recent seasons, but he still managed to haul in double-digit touchdowns for the first time since 2009. Don’t be fooled by the name, though, because this isn’t the Fitz from five years ago.

2013 Stats: 82 REC, 954 YDS, 10 TDs

34. WR Andre Johnson, Houston Texans

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34. WR Andre Johnson, Houston Texans

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Johnson has become a PPR superstar over the final several seasons. However, he has caught only 11 touchdowns over the last three seasons. Now factor in the concern about his contract situation and Johnson will come with a good deal of question marks this fantasy season.

2013 Stats: 109 REC, 1,407 YDS, 5 TDs

33. RB Reggie Bush, Detroit Lions

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33. RB Reggie Bush, Detroit Lions

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Bush will obviously come with some injury concern, as he has only finished a full 16-game season once in the past seven seasons, but he has been productive when healthy. Bush will see plenty of work in the passing game and the dual-threat back will once again be the ultimate flex play this season.

2013 Stats: 223 ATT, 1,006 YDS, 4 TDs, 54 REC, 506 YDS, 3 TDs

32. QB Cam Newton, Carolina Panthers

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32. QB Cam Newton, Carolina Panthers

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Newton has become the ultimate dual-threat fantasy quarterback. Carolina lost both of their starting wideouts from last season, and as a result, Newton will be forced to do much more with his legs this fall.

2013 Stats: 292/473, 3,379 YDS, 24 TDs, 13 INTs

31. WR Keenan Allen, San Diego Chargers

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31. WR Keenan Allen, San Diego Chargers

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Allen quickly claimed the number one receiver spot in San Diego. He hauled in 71 balls and tied the team-high with eight touchdowns. Look for Allen to take the next step forward this season and develop into a legitimate WR2.

2013 Stats: 71 REC, 1,046 YDS, 8 TDs

30. RB Doug Martin, Tampa Bay Buccaneers

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30. RB Doug Martin, Tampa Bay Buccaneers

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Martin missed the majority of last season with a shoulder injury and his draft stock will take a serious hit. Luckily, though, the injury wasn’t anything serious, so he will make a full recovery. Martin has averaged an impressive 111.3 all-purpose yards (86.8 rushing yards/24.5 receiving yards) throughout his career and will be a prime candidate for bounce back player of the year.

2013 Stats: 127 ATT, 456 YDS, 1 TD, 12 REC, 66 YDS, 0 TDs

29. WR Wes Welker, Denver Broncos

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29. WR Wes Welker, Denver Broncos

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Welker was leading the NFL with nine receiving touchdowns through the first eight games of the 2013 season. Unfortunately, the veteran suffered a nasty concussion that lingered for the remainder of the season. Welker will be healthy this fall and will be a bargain as a WR2 this season.

2013 Stats: 73 REC, 778 YDS, 10 TDs

28. RB Ryan Mathews, San Diego Chargers

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28. RB Ryan Mathews, San Diego Chargers

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After years of subpar play, Mr., Glass shed his injury label last season. He played in all 16 games and racked up a career-high 1,255 yards. The presence of Danny Woodhead will keep Mathews from cracking RB1 territory, but the former Fresno State star has earned his spot as a RB2.

2013 Stats: 285 ATT, 1,255 YDS, 6 TDs, 26 REC, 189 YDS, 1 TD

27. WR Alshon Jeffery, Chicago Bears

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27. WR Alshon Jeffery, Chicago Bears

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Jeffery had five 100-games last season, including two 200-yard performances. He has emerged as the WR1B opposite of Brandon Marshall in Chicago and the former South Carolina standout will be a popular wideout after the top-five options come flying off the board.

2013 Stats: 89 REC, 1,421 YDS, 7 TDs

26. RB Gio Bernard, Cincinnati Bengals

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26. RB Gio Bernard, Cincinnati Bengals

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Bernard racked up 1,209 all-purpose yards in limited playing time in his rookie campaign. He will be much more active this season and the former UNC standout will be one of the top breakout candidates of the 2014 season.

2013 Stats: 170 ATT, 695 YDS, 5 TDs, 56 rec, 514 YDS, 3 TDs

25. RB C.J. Spiller, Buffalo Bills

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25. RB C.J. Spiller, Buffalo Bills

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A popular sleeper candidate last offseason, Spiller was major letdown for fantasy fans. He failed to go over 1,000 rushing yards and the dual-threat back scored only two total touchdowns. Spiller is looking to have a bounce back campaign, though, and will be very active in the passing game considering the inexperience of E.J. Manuel. Spiller will have value as a RB2, but it will come with some risk.

2013 Stats: 202 ATT, 933 YDS, 2 TDs

24. WR Antonio Brown, Pittsburgh Steelers

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24. WR Antonio Brown, Pittsburgh Steelers

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Brown was second in league in receptions (110) and receiving yards (1,499) last season. He squashed all rumors about whether he could be the number one wideout in Pittsburgh and emerged as a legitimate fantasy WR1.

2013 Stats: 110 REC, 1,499 YDS, 8 TDs

23. RB DeMarco Murray, Dallas Cowboys

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23. RB DeMarco Murray, Dallas Cowboys

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Murray has missed time in each of his first three years in the league, including two contests last season with a sprained knee. He still showed enough to be a high-end RB2 this season, but he won’t come without risk.

2013 Stats: 217 ATT, 1,121 YDS, 9 TDs

22. WR Brandon Marshall, Chicago Bears

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22. WR Brandon Marshall, Chicago Bears

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The emergence of Alshon Jeffery on the opposite side will take a couple of targets away from Marshall each week, but the veteran will be one of the safest wideouts in all of fantasy.

2013 Stats: 100 REC, 1,295 YDS, 12 TDs

21. WR Jordy Nelson, Green Bay Packers

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21. WR Jordy Nelson, Green Bay Packers

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Nelson struggled at times last season without Aaron Rodgers under center. Thankfully, A-Rod will be 100% healthy this fall, so Nelson should reclaim his spot among the top-10 fantasy wideouts.

2013 Stats: 85 REC, 1,314 YDS, 8 TDs

20. RB Zac Stacy, St. Louis Rams

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20. RB Zac Stacy, St. Louis Rams

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Stacy was a waiver wire darling last season, as he ran away with the starting job in St. Louis. The addition of Tre Mason through the draft will raise some alarm bells, but for the time being, this is Stacy’s job to lose.

2013 Stats: 250 ATT, 973 YDS, 7 TDs

19. RB Le’Veon Bell, Pittsburgh Steelers

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19. RB Le’Veon Bell, Pittsburgh Steelers

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Bell suffered a brutal Lisfranc injury before last season started, and as a result, the rookie had problems getting his feet under him early on. Fortunately, Bell averaged an impressive 106.9 all-purpose yards (80.1 rushing yards/26.8 receiving yards) over the final six games and locked down the starting gig in the Steel City. Don’t be too bothered by signing of LeGarrette Blount.

2013 Stats: 244 ATT, 860 YDS, 8 TDs, 45 REC, 399 YDS, 0 TDs

18. RB Montee Ball, Denver Broncos

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18. RB Montee Ball, Denver Broncos

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Ball unfortunately just found out that he needs an Appendectomy and the second-year back will likely miss the entire preseason. However, he will still have full control of Denver’s running game and he should have no problem mirroring Knowshon Moreno’s 2013 numbers (1,038 yards/10 TDs).

2013 Stats: 120 RUSH, 559 YDS, 4 TDs

17. WR Julio Jones, Atlanta Falcons

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17. WR Julio Jones, Atlanta Falcons

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Jones was one of the most disappointing wideouts to own in 2013, as he missed the final 11 games with a broken foot. Luckily, the wideout will be back on the outside for the Dirty Birds and fantasy fans can safely draft him within the top-10 wideouts.

2013 Stats: 41 REC, 580 YDS, 2 TDs

16. WR Dez Bryant, Dallas Cowboys

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16. WR Dez Bryant, Dallas Cowboys

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Bryant has hauled in 25 touchdowns over the past two seasons. He won’t be drafted as high as Calvin Johnson or Demaryius Thomas, but he will be a great consolation prize in the second round.

2013 Stats: 93 REC, 1,233 YDS, 13 TDs

15. RB Alfred Morris, Washington Redskins

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15. RB Alfred Morris, Washington Redskins

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Morris has racked up 1,200 yards in back-to-back seasons to start his NFL career, including 20 rushing touchdowns. The move away from a power-running game will drop his value somewhat, but he will still be a reliable RB2 to look for on draft day.

2013 Stats: 276 ATT, 1,275 YDS, 7 TDs

14. QB Drew Brees, New Orleans Saints

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14. QB Drew Brees, New Orleans Saints

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Brees has averaged 5,271.7 passing yards and 42.6 touchdowns over the last three seasons alone. It's pretty hard to argue with that kind of consistency.

2013 Stats: 446/650, 5,162 YDS, 39 TDs, 12 INTs

13. RB Arian Foster, Houston Texans

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13. RB Arian Foster, Houston Texans

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Foster’s lingering back injury will drop the former first round pick into the second or third round this summer. He still has potential to be a top-tier back, but his past injury history will cause many owners to steer away from him.

2013 Stats: 121 ATT, 452 YDS, 1 TD, 22 REC, 183 YDS, 1 TD

12. QB Aaron Rodgers, Green Bay Packers

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12. QB Aaron Rodgers, Green Bay Packers

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Rodgers missed seven games last year with a broken collarbone and had one of the most disappointing fantasy performance in his All-Pro career. Luckily, he is completely healthy and will walk back into his spot among the league’s elite quarterbacks.

2013 Stats: 193/290, 2,536 YDS, 17 TDs, 6 INTs

11. TE Jimmy Graham, New Orleans Saints

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11. TE Jimmy Graham, New Orleans Saints

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Despite being hampered by a foot injury most of the 2013 season, Graham still led the league with 16 touchdown receptions. Graham’s official position may be up for debate, but make no doubt about it, he will put up WR1 numbers in 2014.

2013 Stats: 86 REC, 1,215 YDS, 16 TDs

10. WR A.J. Green, Cincinnati Bengals

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10. WR A.J. Green, Cincinnati Bengals

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After amassing 2,776 receiving yards and 22 touchdowns over the last two seasons, Green has earned his spot among the top-five fantasy wideouts.

2013 Stats: 98 REC, 1,426 YDS, 11 TDs

9. RB Marshawn Lynch, Seattle Seahawks

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9. RB Marshawn Lynch, Seattle Seahawks

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Lynch has been a workhorse for fantasy owners in recent seasons. He has scored 35 touchdowns over the last three seasons and has received 901 carries. Lynch is one of the only full-time backs left in fantasy.

2013 Stats: 301 ATT, 1,257 YDS, 12 TDs

8. WR Demaryius Thomas, Denver Broncos

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8. WR Demaryius Thomas, Denver Broncos

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Since QB Peyton Manning joined the Broncos, Thomas has matured into one of the best wideouts in the game. He has caught 24 touchdowns over the two-year span and recorded back-to-back 1,400 yards seasons. Expect the D-Train to keep on rolling this fall.

2013 Stats: 92 REC, 1,430 YDS, 14 TDs

7. WR Calvin Johnson, Detroit Lions

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7. WR Calvin Johnson, Detroit Lions

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Johnson finally received some help this offseason, as the team brought in WR Golden Tate and TE Eric Ebron. Everyone knows that Megratron is the best wideout in the game, but it is scary to think about what he could do with less double and triple-teams.

2013 Stats: 84 REC, 1,492 YDS, 12 TDs

6. QB Peyton Manning, Denver Broncos

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6. QB Peyton Manning, Denver Broncos

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Manning had another record-breaking fantasy campaign in 2013, highlighted by 55 touchdowns. He will likely take a small step back in 2014, but Manning will still finish with over 5,000 yards and 35 touchdowns.

2013 Stats: 450/659, 5,477 YDS, 55 TDs, 10 INTs

5. RB Matt Forte, Chicago Bears

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5. RB Matt Forte, Chicago Bears

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Forte ended up being the ultimate value pick at the end of the first round last summer. After compiling over 1,900 (1,933) all-purpose yards, though, he will be ranked much higher this season. Look for him to be a top-five pick in all formats.

2013 Stats: 289 ATT, 1,339 YDS, 9 TDs, 74 REC, 594 YDS, 3 TDs

4. RB Eddie Lacy, Green Bay Packers

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4. RB Eddie Lacy, Green Bay Packers

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After a slow start to his NFL career, Lacy quickly emerged as a number one back. Lacy averaged 107.2 all-purpose yards (86.7 rushing yards/20.5 receiving yards) over the final 11 games of his rookie campaign. Lacy is the next great fantasy bell-cow and will come with a hefty price tag on draft day.

2013 Stats: 284 ATT, 1,178 YDS, 11 TDs, 35 REC, 257 YAS, 0 TDs

3. RB LeSean McCoy, Philadelphia Eagles

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3. RB LeSean McCoy, Philadelphia Eagles

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McCoy led the league in rushing yards last year, but yet he seems to be the consensus number three pick in most fantasy drafts. McCoy has flourished in O.C. Chip Kelly’s system, though, and will once again compete for the rushing title in 2014.

2013 Stats: 314 ATT, 1,607 YDS, 9 TDs, 52 REC, 539 YDS, 2 TDs

2. RB Jamaal Charles, Kansas City Chiefs

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2. RB Jamaal Charles, Kansas City Chiefs

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Charles almost finished with 2,000 all-purpose yards (1,980) in 2013 to go along with a league-leading 19 total TDs. JC will have another monster fantasy campaign and will be a safe bet as a top-three pick this summer, but it is highly unlikely that he will match his numbers from last season.

2013 Stats: 259 ATT, 1,287 YDS, 12 TDs, 70 REC, 693 YDS, 7 TDs

1. RB Adrian Peterson, Minnesota Vikings

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1. RB Adrian Peterson, Minnesota Vikings

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Even in a down year, Peterson still racked up 1,200 yards and 11 total TDs. Until someone dethrones him, consider AP the number one option in all of fantasy.

2013 Stats: 279 ATT, 1,266 YDS, 10 TDs, 29 REC, 171 YDS, 1 TD