1. Matt Flynn -- Seattle Seahawks
He's going to be playing in a West-Coast offense, the offense that he excells in and we saw how he performed against the Lions last year... it was insane! He'll have a good O-line with good receivers. He's worth a later round pick.
2. Sam Bradford -- St Louis Rams
Coming back from injury, and had an impressive rookie season. Doesn't have the greatest receivers, but he didn't either in his rookie season and he still excelled. Low risk, high reward kind of guy who's worth the late round pick.
3. Blaine Gabbert -- Jacksonville Jaguars
Sleeper of the year! He's bound to break through. The O-line is only getting better. They added two very solid receivers in Blackmon and Robinson, and he'll be more used to the NFL, so he won't be scared of pass rushers. Worth a very late round pick.
1. Ahmad Bradshaw -- New York Giants
With Brandon Jacobs gone, he'll be getting most of the carries. More carries = more fantasy points. Worth the 8th to 11th round pick.
2. James Starks -- Green Bay Packers
Ryan Grant is gone, and like Bradshaw, he'll be getting most of the carries. Starks is only getting better also. More carries + getting better and better = more fantasy points. He's worth the 7th to 9th round pick.
3. Trent Richardson -- Cleveland Browns
A rookie running back which may cause some red flags, but he's the best running back to come out of college since Adrian Peterson and he should get a lot of carries. The Browns have a good run blocking O-line. Everything is working in Richardson's favor. Worth the 8th to 10th round pick.
1. Michael Crabtree -- San Francisco 49ers
The 49ers are trying to pass it more, and Crabtree is the #1 receiver. He showed great improvement last year and had great end to the season. Worth the slight reach, and worth the 7th round pick.
2. Percy Harvin -- Minnesota Vikings
Harvin had a very impressive season in 2011, and with Peterson's status in question due to his ACL injury, it could mean that the Vikings could push towards a more pass heavy offense. Harvin is their #1 receiver and is looking better and better as the years go on. He also possesses great returning value. Worth the 6th to 8th round pick.
3. Brandon Lloyd -- New England Patriots
This guy should be sounded the alarms... in a great way. He was a fantasy beast in the last 2 years, with below average quarterbacks. Now, he's a starter on the Pats offense with Tom Brady. This guy is worth a 5th to 7th round pick.
1. Michael Egnew -- Miami Dolphins
Egnew is a big sleeper. The Dolphins have no receivers and could look for a big body when they're in the redzone. Egnew is 6'6 and had an impressive senior year at Notre Dame. He may not get a lot of yards, but he'll rack up the TDs. Worth the late round pick.
2. Jermaine Gresham -- Cincinatti Bengals
Gresham is very underrated. The Bengals offense is going to be passing more and with Jerome Simpson gone, Gresham should be getting more targets. Dangerous anywhere on the field, and is getting better and better as the years go on. He's worth the 10th to 12th round pick.
3. Lance Kendricks -- St Louis Rams
Kendricks is also a big sleeper. The Rams have no receivers, and with Kendricks expected to take over the #1 TE role, he should be getting a good amount of targets. He's a good possession tight end who Bradford could look for a lot of the time. He's worth a late round pick.
1. Josh Brown -- New York Jets
BOLD PREDICTION: Josh Brown will be the best fantasy kicker next year. He was a stud in St Louis and in Seattle before that. He has a big leg and is accurate. He's going to the Jets who made Nick Folk a good fantasy kicker. Brown is a must pick here, and should be targetted in the 10th round or so.
2. Dan Carpenter -- Miami Dolphins
Great kicker, but somehow no one knows who he is. He should be up there with the best fantasy kickers and possesses a huge leg. Definitely worth the look, and should be targeted in the 11th to 13th round.
3. Mike Nugent -- Cincinnati Bengals
The Bengals offense is looking better and better, which means they'll get in the redzone more often. If they get in the redzone more often, it means more points for fantasy kickers. Nugent had a respectable season last year in fantasy football, but this could be his year to get in the top 5. Worth the 10th round pick.
1. Dallas Cowboys
This is Rob Ryan's 2nd season as the defensive coordinator of the Cowboys and they got some nice young kids from the draft that should help their D right away. Claiborne (6th overall pick) is a ballhawk and should have a good amount of interceptions; Ware is always dangerous in the pass rushing department, and like I said, Rob Ryan is getting used to this defense. Worth the mid to late round pick.
2. Philadelphia Eagles
Helped their D through the draft and now they are getting DRC more involved on defense. They should be #1 in sacks next year and Nnambi is going into his 2nd year and will probably have a better year than last year. Eagles should be up there with all the top defenses (fantasy wise). Worth the late round pick.
3. Cincinnati Bengals
The Bengals...again? Yes! They improved their D through the draft by getting a couple of stud D-lineman and a great cornerback in Kirkpatrick. They should only be getting better since Mike Zimmer is their defensive coordinator. Worth the late round pick.