Chicago Bears - Cam Meredith will have outperformed Kevin White when the sun sets on the 2017 season.
Detroit Lions - Matthew Stafford narrowly leads the NFL in TD passes by season’s end. 20+ of which go to his running backs.
Green Bay Packers - Ty Montgomery holds on to the “Packers starting running back” job all year - and totals 17 touchdowns.
Minnesota Vikings - The Vikings backfield is a full blown committee all year - not bold, this is just going to happen.
Seattle Seahawks - The Seattle backfield is going to be a mess but CJ Prosise will emerge as the best starting option week in and week out.
San Francisco 49er’s - Carlos Hyde loses his job to Joe Williams after week 2 - Joe Williams rushes for 1,000+ yards and 8 touchdowns.
Los Angeles Rams - Todd Gurley starts out red hot posting 3 consecutive 100+ yard games and 5 touchdowns before October 1st.
Arizona Cardinals - Larry Fitzgerald proves he is in fact immortal and catches 12 touchdowns this season.
Oakland Raiders - Marshawn Lynch smashes in 15 touchdowns with only 550 yards. This will be reminiscent of Lendale White and Chris Johnson in Tennessee (Jalen Richard and Deandre Washington forming the Chris Johnson side)
Los Angeles Chargers - Tyrell Williams outscores all other Chargers wide receivers by years end - by a significant margin.
Kansas City Chiefs - Spencer Ware keeps it together for the full season and puts together a top 5 RB season.
Denver Broncos - the Broncos realize they need an actual quarterback to compete so they sign Kaepernick in week 4. It does nothing to help their problems.
New England Patriots - Dion Lewis re-establishes himself as the back to own in New England.
Miami Dolphins - Jay Ajayi moves into the elite conversation this year but the dolphins still stink due to their quarterback being a wide receiver in disguise.
New York Jets - People that draft Quincy Enunwa to be their WR2 are greatly disappointed, as they should be.
Buffalo Bills - Sammy Watkins starts out red-hot and is the top receiver in the NFL through week 4 - before going down for the season.
Baltimore Ravens - Joe Flacco throws 700 passes this year but only tallies 24 touchdowns.
Cincinatti Bengals - Andy Dalton throws 40 touchdowns this year, 16 go to AJ Green.
Pittsburgh Steelers - Martavis Bryant posts a top 12 finish at season’s end. Antonio Brown still finishes top 5 in all formats.
Cleveland Browns - Cory Coleman breaks out and has a top 20 season.
Houston Texans - Deshaun Watson wins offensive rookie of the year while leading the Texan’s to a one and done playoff appearance.
Jacksonville Jaguars - Allen Robinson reemerges as a top 10 WR this season with Fournette in town to take some of the pressure.
Indianapolis Colts - Marlon Mack runs away with the starting RB gig after he gets the start vs. the Browns in week 3.
Tennessee Titans - Corey Davis starts out slow due to his ankle but has a strong finish to the season posting 600 yards and 7 touchdowns over the final 4 games.
New York Giants - Brandon Marshall and Odell Beckham Jr. both catch double digit touchdowns while the running backs combine for less than 10 touchdowns.
Philadelphia Eagles - Legarette Blount smashes in 14 touchdowns as Philly’s goal line hammer.
Washington Redskins - Jordan Reed stays healthy all year (thats good enough right?) he also scores 13 touchdowns as Kirk Cousins’ favorite target and finishes as the #1 Tight end in fantasy.
Dallas Cowboys - Cole Beasley is the top scoring fantasy wide receiver for the Cowboys in 2017.
New Orleans Saints - Michael Thomas suffers a small sophomore slump as New Orleans turns more and more to the run.
Tampa Bay Buccaneers - Mike Evans leads the NFL in targets and remains elite despite more mouths to feed in Tampa.
Carolina Panthers - Cam Newton gets back to his 2016 level posting 35 passing Touchdowns and 10 rushing touchdowns on the season.
Atlanta Falcons - Devonta Freeman gets paid off this summer than promptly goes down in week 6, Tevin Coleman becomes elite for the remainder of 2017.
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