I’d grab the top-tier guys late round one, early round two in deeper leagues. There’s a few rookies that could help out. Generally they don’t get going until year two. One rookie cracks my top 30. Keenan Allen was the rare rookie last season to go over 1,000 yards and should build off that.
If you’re drafting soon, here’s my top twelve fantasy picks. Based on a standard league. Not much would change in a PPR format here. Later rounds for sure. I really think you can’t go wrong with either of the top 3 guys here.
Justin Blackmon made a big splash in his return from suspension. Terrence Williams and Alshon Jeffery went off. TY Hilton is a good play again on Monday night.
Last season was a slow start and strong finish for Calvin Johnson. Big names have changed teams. Some young guys stepped up, while others look to bounce back. New quarterback situations will help and hurt players stock.
Danario Alexander came up big for the Chargers week 11. He has a tougher game this week in Denver. Will he make this weeks top 33?
Here is a fantasy breakdown for each respective team in the NFC East after the 2012 draft to give owners an idea where each team’s offense currently lies before camp…