Locker was underhwleming in every sense of the word last season. Opening with a tough road matchup against the Steelers, you'll want to stay away from him, even in two-quarterback leagues.
Fantasy owners consistently view Johnson as a bust, but is that only because of the unrealistic expectations he set for himself with his 2,000-yard season? He'll start the season with a strong performance in a loss.
Greene could end up having some value if he's able to secure goal-line carries, but until that happens he is barely even roster-worthy.
Britt has all the potential in the world, but he's going to have to convert that into something sooner or later if he's going to be a realistic option in fantasy leagues. I'm not holding my breath.
Who among us hasn't owned Washington as a fifth wide receiver at some point during our fantasy careers? He'll reprise that role again this year and is not worth starting this week.
This isn't a week you want Wright in your lineup. Unless disaster strikes, you shouldn't be considering him until teams start having their bye weeks.
Walker moved from San Francisco to Tennessee in the offseason, but his first game with the Titans will not be one worth remembering.
Heinz Field is famously tough on kickers, but that isn't the primary reason you want to avoid Bironas this season. We shouldn't trust Tennessee's offense until they prove they deserve it.
The Titans may prove to be the type of defense you could stream with the right matchup, but that isn't the case this week. You shouldn't be considering it at all.
It'll be interesting to see how Roethlisberger plays without his two favorite targets from last year, Mike Wallace and Heath Miller. My bet? Expect a big season for Antonio Brown.
Did the Steelers feel confident in Redman or exceedingly unconfident in Jonathan Dwyer when they released the latter? Hard to say, but no matter what Redman could be a nice little fantasy player before Le'Veon Bell returns.
Everything is set up for Brown's breakout season in Pittsburgh. As the focal point of the passing game, he'll end the season as a top-12 receiver, and will get it started Week 1 against the Titans.
Sanders could slide into the Antonio Brown role from last year, but he's not really worth rostering just yet. Keep an eye on how his role in the offense develops.
There's no reason for fantasy owners to consider Spaeth in any capacity. He's merely keeping the seat warm for Heath Miller.
Suisham was very accurate last year and enters the 2013 season as one of those guys who could unexpectedly challenge for the league lead in points.
They may not be the Steelers of old, but they should still be able to take advantage of an offense helmed by Jake Locker.
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