THERE ARE no fewer than three pass catchers in Tennessee with more upside than Washington: Kenny Britt (expected to be 100% after ACL and MCL surgery), first-round draft pick Kendall Wright and emerging tight end Jared Cook. And with running back Chris Johnson gunning hard for a bounce-back year, odds are against Washington duplicating his impressive 2011.
8 Mark SANCHEZ
AS IF he wasn't already struggling to live up to the expectations placed on him by the New York media, Sanchez will have to learn a new offense (coordinator Tony Sparano has been brought in) while also battling a certain southpaw quarterback who is certain to at least take the red zone snaps, killing Sanchez's value. Don't rest your franchise's hopes on the Sanchise.
9 Adrian PETERSON
WHAT MADE Purple Jesus such a fail-safe back was his ability to run with reckless abandon and stay healthy. After he suffered a devastating ACL and MCL tear last Christmas Eve, there is no telling if he'll ever regain that punishing running style. Either way, Peterson will see fewer touches as quarterback Christian Ponder continues to improve.
10 Michael CRABTREE