He played third fiddle to Robert Griffin III and Andrew Luck, but it was Wilson who dominated the league across the second half of the season. If he runs as successfully as he did last year, he'll be a top-10 quarterback.
Lynch propelled himself into the fantasy elite, but it may be a challenge for him to get going against a strong Panthers defense. Don't let that discourage you, though.
Michael is a necessary handcuff for Lynch owners. Whoever is the starting running back in this offense will be worthy of starting every week.
Depending on the depth of your league, Tate could be a starter with Percy Harvin out. He'll get this season off to a good start this week.
Rice and Golden Tate are back in the 1 and 1a spots for Russell Wilson with Percy Harvin out. That makes both of them fringe starters.
Baldwin won't register when Percy Harvin returns, but he could have a role in the offense for the first few weeks of the season. He's still not worth owning in fantasy leagues, though.
We'll have to wait to see how this passing offense develops before we know whether or not Miller is a fantasy option. For now, he's on the outside looking in.
With an offense driven by Russell Wilson and Marshawn Lynch, Hauschka may finish the year in the top 10 at the position. If the offense shows the necessary juice, consider Hauschka a regular starter.
The division-rival 49ers get more attention, but the Seahawks have the best defense in the league. It'll show up Week 1 against the Panthers.
It was an up-and-down 2012 for Newton, but he still ended the year inside the top five at the quarterback position. He won't have his best game against the Seahawks, but a big season is ahead.
With Jonathan Stewart out, Williams could become a weekly starter in all types of fantasy leagues. For now, I consider him a decent RB3.
Tolbert shouldn't be anywhere near a fantasy roster right now, but pay attention to how they use him with Jonathan Stewart out. He may end up being roster-worthy.
Smith was being drafted as a WR3 this summer, but he had more than 1,100 yards last season and plays with one of the best quarterbacks in the league. Picking him may seem boring, but he could prove to be a huge steal.
LaFell is worth having around as a depth receiver, but chances are you won't want to use him as anything more than a bye-week replacement this season.
Olsen has developed a great relationship with Cam Newton, one that could have him among the elite tight ends this year. He'll get that all started on Sunday.
Gano won't get much of a chance to make an impact going up against the Seattle defense.
Don't let their performance Week 1 color how you feel about this defense the rest of the season. This could be a very strong unit. Seattle is just a tough draw the first week of the year.
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