Smith will show right off the bat just how large an upgrade over Matt Cassel and Brady Quinn he represents. He won't be a regular starter, but will be worth owning this year.
I've said time and time again that I believe Charles is the No. 2 player in fantasy football this year. We'll see exactly why Week 1 against the Jags.
Davis isn't the necessary handcuff that Ben Tate is, but Charles owners should do their best to own him. He'll need an injury to the starter to really make an impact in fantasy leagues.
With Alex Smith in place of Matt Cassel and Brady Quinn, Bowe will once again be a reliable second receiver in fantasy leagues. He'll get touchdown No. 1 of the season on Sunday.
Avery may prove deserving of a fantasy roster spot as the season wears on, but for now let him sit on the free agent scrap heap.
Full PPR owners should consider McCluster, especially given the West Coast offense Andy Reid brought to Kansas City.
Fasano had some decent days in Miami, but until we see a little something out of him in Kansas City he really doesn't belong on the fantasy radar.
With Andy Reid and Alex Smith on board, the Chiefs offense could make huge strides this year. Succop would be a beneficiary.
The Chiefs could develop into a fantasy mainstay, but those of you who like to ride the defense carousel may want to consider them this week. It doesn't get much better than a matchup with the Jaguars.
Gabbert has one more chance to prove to the Jaguars he's worthy of being a starter in the NFL. He almost certainly won't be a presence in fantasy leagues, even when Justin Blackmon returns from his suspension.
Despite the ineptitude of the Jacksonville offense, MoJo keeps on putting up big seasons. There's no reason to expect that to stop this year.
Shorts burst on the scene in 2012 and should be starting in most leagues Week 1. He and Justin Blackmon could make a very nice receiver duo for a good quarterback.
Sanders will get a decent amount of playing time while Justin Blackmon is suspended, but he doesn't deserve any burn in fantasy leagues.
Lewis simply can't be trusted as a fantasy starter. Not in this offense and not with so many other options at the position.
Scobee is a good kicker, but he can't control the success of his offense. Unless the Jags prove us wrong, you won't want anything to do with Scobee this year.
It's hard to imagine fantasy owners wanting to start the Jacksonville defense at any point this season. You certainly don't want to start them this week.
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