If the Dolphins are going to challenge for a playoff spot like many writers believe they will, myself included, Tannehill will have to take a big step forward. With Mike Wallace and Lamar Miller, that could definitely happen.
Don't pay any attention to Joe Philbin's coachspeak from the preseason. Miller is the man in Miami, and could easily finish the season inside the top 20 at the position.
It'll take an injury to Lamar Miller to make Thomas relevant in fantasy leagues this year. Stay away form him until that happens.
The Dolphins signed Wallace to be the deep threat they need to stretch the field and give Ryan Tannehill the opportunity to make big plays. He has been a WR2 in the past, and could be again this season.
Hartline was Ryan Tannehill's favorite receiver last year, as the Ohio State product went for more than 1,000 yards in 2012. He could have another below-the-radar season.
Gibson's signing didn't receive the same fanfare as Mike Wallace's, but he could be a very important piece in this offense. He may be a factor when bye weeks hit.
With the depth at the tight end position, Clay isn't a guy who should be on anyone's radar.
The Dolphins thought enough of Sturgis to let Dan Carpenter go. Fantasy owners shouldn't buy in until we see more of him and the Dolphins' offense.
Miami's defense was under the radar last season, but that won't be the case in 2013, especially after it gets off to a huge start against Brandon Weeden and the Browns.
Weeden didn't do much of anything to contribute in fantasy leagues last season, save the times he turned around and handed the ball to Trent Richardson. Expect more of the same this year.
That Richardson can do what he does on an offense this poor is incredible. He'll be the only Brown to please his owners this week.
Little is no more than a depth receiver, but even at that cheap price he's not a guy I want. We likely would have seen more success from him by now if it were going to happen.
Bess could be a bye-week replacement on the right team. Cleveland is not the right team.
Cameron emerged as a sleeper tight end this preseason, and could finish inside the top 10 at the position. It's a risky proposition to put your faith in Cleveland's passing game, though.
Um, yeah, until things drastically change in Cleveland, you're not going to want to start a Browns' kicker.
The Browns may not be realistic playoff contenders, but it won't be the fault of the defense. This is a strong unit all around that would be worthy of playing in January.