There are few players in the league with more on the line than Freeman this year. If he plays well, he could have the Bucs in the playoffs and earn himself a huge, multi-year deal. If he doesn't, he could be a backup next season.
Martin was a monster last season, and that was without two key offensive linemen for most of the year. He may actually be able to outperform his rookie year, and he'll have success Week 1, despite drawing a tough matchup.
Williams is somehow one of the most underrated receivers in the league. He has had at least 950 yards and nine touchdowns in two of his three seasons.
Jackson rejuvenated his career by leaving San Diego for Tampa Bay last year. He'll get his 2013 season off on the right foot.
Stocker is not a fantasy option this week and likely won't be all season long.
Lindell could be one of the big winners of the preseason, signing with the Bucs, a team that could have a great offense, in late August.
The Buccaneers revamped secondary should improve the league's 32nd-ranked pass defense from a year ago. I love their matchup against the Jets this week.
With rumblings in New York that Mark Sanchez' shoulder injury is more serious than the Jets first let on, Smith may get an extended look as the starter. That's probably the best thing for the Jets' future, but it won't be pretty this year.
If I could only have one Jets running back, I'd rather have Powell than Chris Ivory. I'd be sick to my stomach if I had to start either of them, though.
The Jets brought in Ivory over the offseason, but it appears Bilal Powell has held him off, at least heading into Week 1 of the season. Doesn't change the fact that neither is worth starting.
Kerley emerged as the Jets' top option in the passing game, but as long as he's catching passes from Geno Smith or Mark Sanchez, he's not a realistic fantasy option, except in very deep leagues.
Hill flashed some skills as a rookie last year, but you're not going to want to be involved with this passing game.
Cumberland has some speed, but this passing game is a train wreck and puts a very low ceiling on anyone involved with it. He's not a fantasy-relevant player.
It'll be hard for fantasy owners to consider Folk this year, given the Jets will contend for the title of worst offense in the league.
The Jets defense may not be the reason this team has become a laughingstock, but they won't do much of anything special against the Buccaneers this week.