No Welker? No Gronk? No problem. Brady will adjust to his new weapons just fine, bringing them into the fold without missing a beat.
Come next year, we'll all be talking about Ridley as a first-round pick. He'll start that campaign with a bang against the Bills.
Vereen is being drafted as a legitimate flex play, but he won't show that this week. Avoid him if you can.
Amendola and Tom Brady are a perfect match for one another, and as long as the former can stay healthy, he'll be among the most productive receivers in the league.
Thompkins generated a ton of buzz this preseason, and he'll carry that right over into Week 1. Those of you in deeper leagues might want to get him into your lineups.
Edelman isn't a fantasy option until he proves otherwise. He shouldn't be on your roster
With Rob Gronkowski out, Sudfeld will have a chance to carve out a serious role for himself in the New England offense. He'll get that effort off to a nice start this week
Gostowski will start the season perfect, nailing both of his field goal attempts. He's always going to be one of the best fantasy kickers as long as he's a member of the Patriots.
With E.J. Manuel at the helm for the Bills, the Patriots defense has a huge day. If they're available in your league, they make a great stream option.
Manuel was able to recover from his knee injury suffered during the preseason to start Week 1, and he'll show some promise in the loss to the Patriots. He's worth owning for his ceiling, and could be a huge factor in two-QB leagues.
Under tough circumstances with the Bills chasing most of the game, Spiller will still give his owners a productive day. That's what you need out of your first-round pick.
Jackson still holds some fantasy value as C.J. Spiller's backup, but right now he's no more than a depth back.
Johnson is a perennially underrated receiver, but it'll be tough sledding for him on Sunday. He's still a weekly starter in most leagues, though.
A bad offense with a rookie at the helm? Yeah, that's not exactly the environent in which Graham is going to break through.
Chandler developed into a decent fantasy backup last year, but you don't need to deal with backups Week 1. Stay away.
The scoring chances for the Bills will be few and far between this week. The Bills just signed former Dolphins kicker Dan Carpenter on Tuesday, after rookie Dustin Hopkins came up injured in practice.
It's looking like another long year in Buffalo. Drawing the Patriots Week 1 won't help.
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