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WR Vincent Jackson

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Outlook: Vincent Jackson's two best statistical seasons of his career have been the two he's spent with Tampa Bay after signing with them in 2012. Jackson is one of the best deep threats in the NFL and had no help in the passing game last season. Mike Glennon was solid as a rookie quarterback, but Jackson's running mate at receiver, Mike Williams, missed 10 games. Josh McCown was signed this offseason in free agency after fueling the highly productive seasons of big-bodied receivers Brandon Marshall and Alshon Jeffery in Chicago last season. Tampa Bay looks to recreate that aerial attack with incumbent Vincent Jackson, top-10 draft pick Mike Evans, and second round pick Austin Seferian-Jenkins.


WR Keenan Allen

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Outlook: Keenan Allen fell to the third round of last year's draft based on his relatively poor stopwatch speed, a questionable drug test result at the combine and some concerns about his knee. Once he got on the field, though, he put those concerns to rest. While he lacks the sustained speed of a classic deep threat, Allen is a surprisingly savvy route-runner for a young receiver, and he has excellent quickness into and out of his cuts. He is a smooth athlete with terrific body control and hands, all of which made him the Chargers' best receiver by far last season, and provide reasons for optimism heading into 2014. Allen made a number of big plays in big situations as a rookie, and finished as the #17 fantasy WR despite not playing much early in the season. Given that he'll start from the outset of the 2014 season, you can reasonably expect Allen to at least roughly match last year's numbers, if not improve on them, and you can feel good drafting him as a solid fantasy WR2.


WR Larry Fitzgerald

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WR Andre Johnson

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Outlook: At age 33, Andre Johnson is not getting any younger, but on the same token he is coming off two consecutive seasons with 100+ receptions and is still a viable fantasy option at wide receiver. His quarterback situation makes it difficult to assume the same results are inevitable, but this is the same player who found Pro Bowl success with David Carr and Sage Rosenfels under center. If he can stay healthy and be the go-to option for quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick, he'll have a good chance to finish in the Top 20. There was talk about Johnson having mixed feelings about staying with the team during their new rebuilding phase, however that appears to no longer be a concern. Houston was adamant not to trade him and Johnson changed his stance. He is now committed to working with and meshing with Fitzpatrick, who was a student of Harvard and is veteran of the game and quarterback position. Johnson should still be an asset to the team and major contributor similar to years past. His numbers overall may drop off some, due to the new offense and the growing pains associated with that. Second year receiver DeAndre Hopkins also figures to have an increased role that could put a squeeze on Johnson's sheer number or targets.


WR Pierre Garcon

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Outlook: Foot injuries turned Pierre Garcon's first season in Washington into a disappointment. He was only able to play for 10 games, and was ineffectual for many of those. Garcon mustered just 44 receptions and 633 yards. Uncertainty surrounded Garcon's foot yet again in the 2013 preseason, but he insisted he would be able to play through the pain. And play through the pain he did; to the tune of an NFL-leading 113 receptions. Garcon was the lone bright spot in an otherwise forgettable offensive attack. This year, with Robert Griffin healthy and Jay Gruden calling the shots, there's every reason to think Garcon's outlook remains bright. The addition of DeSean Jackson assuredly means Garcon is unlikely to match last year's reception total, but the fact that Garcon will no longer be the sole focus of opposing team's top cornerbacks could mean more scoring opportunities. A fair trade off.


Projections

David Dodds's projections

PlayerCMPATTYDTDINTRSHYDTDRECYDTDFPT
Vincent Jackson0.00.000.00.01.000.078.012717.0169.1
Keenan Allen0.00.000.00.00.000.080.011287.0154.8
Andre Johnson0.00.000.00.00.000.090.011706.0153.0
Larry Fitzgerald0.00.000.00.01.040.078.09678.0145.1
Pierre Garcon0.00.000.00.02.0120.086.010666.0143.8

Chris Smith's projections

PlayerCMPATTYDTDINTRSHYDTDRECYDTDFPT

Bob Henry's projections

PlayerCMPATTYDTDINTRSHYDTDRECYDTDFPT
Keenan Allen0.00.000.00.00.000.078.011108.0159.0
Vincent Jackson0.00.000.00.01.050.070.011507.0157.5
Andre Johnson0.00.000.00.00.000.095.012105.0151.0
Pierre Garcon0.00.000.00.02.0150.090.011006.0147.5
Larry Fitzgerald0.00.000.00.02.0100.081.09208.0141.0

Jason Wood's projections

PlayerCMPATTYDTDINTRSHYDTDRECYDTDFPT
Vincent Jackson0.00.000.00.00.000.080.013007.0172.0
Keenan Allen0.00.000.00.00.000.087.012108.0169.0
Andre Johnson0.00.000.00.00.000.096.013006.0166.0
Pierre Garcon0.00.000.00.00.000.088.011256.0148.5
Larry Fitzgerald0.00.000.00.00.000.085.010008.0148.0

Maurile Tremblay's projections

PlayerCMPATTYDTDINTRSHYDTDRECYDTDFPT
Vincent Jackson0.00.000.00.01.030.090.013306.0169.3
Keenan Allen0.00.000.00.00.000.083.012067.0162.6
Pierre Garcon0.00.000.00.01.080.097.011666.0153.4
Larry Fitzgerald0.00.000.00.01.040.088.010178.0150.1
Andre Johnson0.00.000.00.00.000.0100.012364.0147.6