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NFL Nation projects the 2016 stats for all the relevant fantasy players at every position on every team. Wholesale NFL Jerseys . Click the links after each team to view the full posts.ARI | ATL | BAL | BUF | CAR | CHI | CIN | CLE | DAL | DEN | DET | GB | HOU | IND | JAC | KC | LA | MIA | MIN | NE | NO | NYG | NYJ | OAK | PHI | PIT | SD | SF | SEA | TB | TEN | WASArizona CardinalsQuarterback:?Carson Palmer?was one of three players to receive an MVP vote after he turned in the best season of his career, but even at 36 years old, he can put up another monstrous season in 2016. Read more.Running back:?David and Chris Johnson will give the Cardinals a strong one-two punch, but it might be a stretch for David Johnson to reach his lofty projections. Read more.Wide receiver:?The Cardinals have one of the best receiving units in the NFL. But when there are that many weapons, not everyone will be able to bask in the statistical glory. Whose numbers?will dip??Read more.?Tight end:?Theyre not the stars of the offense, but Darren Fells and Jermaine Gresham could be the Cardinals quiet weapons this season, with a lot of attention paid to their talented receiving corps and deep backfield. Read more.D/ST:?The addition of Chandler Jones could pay big dividends in terms of sacks and interceptions for a talented Cardinals defense. Read more.Atlanta FalconsQuarterback:?Matt Ryan will throw deeper and pick up more passing yards in 2016, but his touchdown numbers could decline. Read more.Running back:?There are early indications that Devonta Freeman is the Falcons preferred rushing option near the goal line, which hikes up his fantasy value. Read more.Wide receiver:?Could Julio Jones reach 2,000 receiving yards this season? Based on the talk of Ryan throwing more deep balls this season, its not out of the question. Read more.?Tight end:?Jacob Tammes numbers appear ready to slip, but the Falcons other tight end, rookie Austin Hooper, could be a fantasy surprise. Read more.D/ST:?The Falcons should improve on their league-worst 19 sacks from last season with help from Dwight Freeney and second-year starter Vic Beasley Jr. Read more.Baltimore RavensQuarterback:?Joe Flacco has never been a sought-after fantasy quarterback, and there will be increasing concerns with Flacco playing on a surgically repaired left knee. But this season is shaping up to be a career year for him. Read more.Running back:?The Ravens could end up with a running back by committee, which could directly impact Justin Forsett, who has surpassed 700 yards only once in his career. Read more.Wide receiver:?Steve Smith Sr. has produced eight 1,000-yard receiving seasons, but he is the Ravens biggest injury concern, which makes it difficult to project the impact for him and the rest of Baltimores receivers.?Read more.?Tight end:?Seeking an experienced and durable target at tight end, the Ravens signed Benjamin Watson to a two-year deal this offseason. But if Dennis Pitta and Crockett Gillmore stay healthy, theyll cut into Watsons production. Read more.D/ST:?The Ravens picked up some young pass-rushers in the draft and should get back to pressuring opposing quarterbacks like they used to. Read more.Buffalo BillsQuarterback:?Tyrod Taylors fantasy production should tick up in 2016, but it could be linked to the health of wide receiver Sammy Watkins and tight end Charles Clay. Read more.Running back:?LeSean McCoy has looked explosive during training camp, but once Karlos Williams returns from his four-game suspension, he will likely steal some fantasy points from McCoy. Read more.Wide receiver:?The Bills ran the ball the second-most of any NFL team last season, but that doesnt mean they are devoid of fantasy options at receiver.?Read more.?Tight end:?The Bills are lacking a No. 2 tight end who threatens Charles Clay as a passing target. Although Clays health is a potential issue (lower back), he should surpass ESPNs fantasy projection numbers in yards and TDs. Read more.D/ST:?Should you take a gamble on Rex Ryan and draft the Bills defense this season? If you do, be sure to lower your expectations from ESPNs fantasy projections. Read more.Carolina PanthersQuarterback:?Cam Newton has a chance to exceed his 2015 MVP season with the return of wide receiver Kelvin Benjamin. Read more.Running back:?The Panthers continuity on the offensive line and teams keying on Newton as a runner as well as passer, could open the door for Jonathan Stewart to have an even bigger season. Read more.Wide receiver:?The Panthers were the highest-scoring offense in the NFL last season, and now they get Benjamin back to pair with a much-improved Devin Funchess.?Read more.?Tight end:?The Panthers are deeper at wide receiver than theyve been since quarterback Newton arrived in 2011, and that could impact the receptions and TDs Greg Olsen gets in 2016. Read more.D/ST:?With an emphasis on pressuring the quarterback to cover for the inexperience of rookie corners James Bradberry and Daryl Worley, defensive coordinator Sean McDermott will get even more creative. Read more.Chicago BearsQuarterback:?Jay Cutler is a polarizing figure, not just for Bears fans but also fantasy owners. Cutler again faces the daunting task of putting up big fantasy numbers while operating in a run-heavy, conservative offense. Read more.Running back:?Jeremy Langford showcased elite breakaway speed last season but also suffered from a case of the drops in the passing game. The Bears beefed up the backfield this offseason, but Langford is still expected to be the guy to replace Matt Forte. Read more.Wide receiver:?In theory, the Bears could have a pair of thoroughbreds at receiver. But how many downfield chances will Cutler be allowed to take in John Foxs conservative offense??Read more.?Tight end:?Injuries have been the only thing holding back Zach Miller, who has the ability to put up solid numbers for the Bears and fantasy owners. Read more.D/ST:?The Bears defense looks better on paper and should have more sacks, but the secondary and special teams lack playmakers. Read more.Cincinnati BengalsQuarterback:?Andy Dalton will generally be more productive in 2016, building off his strong 2015, but he could have fewer passing yards. Read more.Running back:?The Bengals might be forced to rely on their running game more this season, which would produce more opportunities for Jeremy Hill. All fantasy owners need from Hill is week-to-week consistency. Read more.Wide receiver:?With a revolving door of mostly young talent behind him, A.J. Green could be relied upon heavily in 2016. Will he surpass ESPNs fantasy projections??Read more.?Tight end:?Tyler Eifert, recovering from May ankle surgery, figures to be a big part of the Bengals red zone plans when he returns. Read more.D/ST:?ESPNs fantasy projections have the Bengals reaching 43 sacks. Lets just say Cincinnati is talented enough in its front seven that 43 sacks could really be too low. Read more.Cleveland BrownsQuarterback:?Its always possible that Robert Griffin III could revive his career under Browns coach Hue Jacksons tutelage, but expecting that with certainty is the height of folly. Read more.Running back:?With Isaiah Crowell likely to split duties with Duke Johnson, the Browns running backs dont offer much fantasy security, especially behind an offensive line with major questions. Read more.Wide receiver:?Someone has to put up numbers among Browns receivers. A choice must be made between rookie Corey Coleman and former star Josh Gordon.?Read more.Tight end:?Can Gary Barnidge set career marks in consecutive seasons at age 30? That might be expecting too much, as that reality is reflected in the dip in projected numbers for 2016. Read more.D/ST:?The Browns have too many questions on defense and special teams and not enough playmakers to be considered a viable fantasy option. A potential upside would be the punt return ability of Corey Coleman. Read more.Dallas CowboysQuarterback:?Tony Romo has been a dream quarterback in fantasy football. As he begins his 10th full season as a starter, he has a complete understanding of the scheme and, as a result, should put up big numbers. Read more.Running back:?The Cowboys want to get back to the running the ball the way they did in 2014, and with the likes of Ezekiel Elliott, Darren McFadden and Alfred Morris, the run game looks solid. Read more.Wide receiver:?The Cowboys will go with the same top trio of receivers for the fourth straight season. Romo has confidence in all three. How will that translate in 2016??Read more.Tight end:?No player is more motivated by those who doubt him, and Jason Witten has heard whispers this offseason that he is slowing down. Also, his role has changed with the commitment to the running game. What does that mean for his catches and yards? Read more.D/ST:?As was the case in 2014, how well the Cowboys defense performs will directly correlate to how well the offense performs. Expectations for the defense are low, which means it can surprise people in a positive way. Read more.Denver BroncosQuarterback:?With an elite defense and a pumped-up run game, either of the top-two Broncos QB options figures to put up better numbers than projected. Read more.Running back:?All signs point to the Broncos running the ball more than they have the previous four seasons with Peyton Manning at quarterback. C.J. Anderson, who takes his first real foray into the role of lead back, figures to flourish in the one-cut-and-go scheme. Read more.Wide receiver:?The Broncos receivers believe they will be involved in the offense in the post-Manning makeover just as much as they were the past few seasons.?Read more.?Tight end:?The Broncos are likely to go back to a two-tight end formation this season, and that could mean higher numbers for Virgil Green and Jeff Heuerman. The keyword in that sentence is could. Read more.D/ST:?The Broncos defense might not be the fantasy juggernaut it was in 2015, but it still has Wade Phillips calling the shots and Von Miller rushing. Read more.Detroit LionsQuarterback:?Due to a new offense, comfort with his coordinator and a diversification of offensive weapons, expect a big season from Matthew Stafford in 2016. Read more.Running back:?Coach Jim Caldwells teams have rarely had prolific rushers, so be wary of Detroit running backs in 2016 -- unless you have Theo Riddick, who is good to have in PPR leagues because he could be as good as a high RB2. Read more.Wide receiver:?The star is gone from the Lions receiving corps with the retirement of Calvin Johnson, but the team has a deep group that could have more balanced production in 2016.?Read more.Tight end:?The potential is there, but Lions tight end Eric Ebron needs to stay injury-free and be more consistent before he can be a reliable fantasy option. Read more.D/ST:?A reasonable schedule and a strong defensive front could bode well for the Lions defense, but be wary of total yards allowed. Read more.Green Bay PackersQuarterback:?Aaron Rodgers is coming off a down year -- by his standards -- yet he threw for 3,821 yards and 31 touchdowns with only eight interceptions last season. Much more is expected from him and the Packers offense this season. Read more.Running back:?Eddie Lacy is in shape and knows the pressure is on him this year, in the final season of his rookie contract, so a return to form seems probable. Read more.Wide receiver:?The last time we saw Jordy Nelson on the field, he was coming off a 98-catch, 1,519-yard, 13-touchdown season. That was more than a year ago, which makes his fantasy production in 2016 hard to predict.?Read more.?Tight end:?If healthy, Jared Cook would give the Packers a big-play target whose production will easily exceed ESPNs modest fantasy projections. Read more.D/ST:?With Clay Matthews moving back outside and Sam Shields healthy, the Packers should see more sacks and interceptions in 2016. Read more.Houston TexansQuarterback:?There is a lot of pressure for Brock Osweilers numbers to reflect the four-year, $72 million contract he signed with the Texans. Will he underperform? Read more.Running back:?Lamar Miller averaged 196 carries in his final three campaigns in Miami, but the additional work he will see with the Texans should give him the opportunity to put up RB1 numbers. Read more.Wide receiver:?The Texans have depth at receiver as well as a new running back, so dont expect DeAndre Hopkins numbers to take another step up in 2016.?Read more.?Tight end:?Coach Bill OBrien and the Texans have not relied heavily on their tight ends in the passing game. Unfortunately for players such as C.J. Fiedorowicz, changes arent likely to happen this season. Read more.D/ST:?The Texans are projected to have the eighth-best defense in the NFL this season. If J.J. Watt and Jadeveon Clowney can stay healthy, the team has the potential to be even better. Read more.Indianapolis ColtsQuarterback:?Andrew Luck will silence any doubters, fantasy or otherwise, who dont think he can bounce back from the worst season of his NFL career. Read more.Running back:?ESPNs fantasy projection for Frank Gore is fewer than 1,000 yards this season. However, the Colts offensive line should be improved, which would give Gore more lanes to run through and more opportunities to surpass the 1,000-yard mark. Read more.Wide receiver:?Speed, speed and more speed. Thats the easiest way to describe the Colts receiving trio of T.Y. Hilton, Donte Moncrief and Phillip Dorsett. How will they fare in 2016? Read more.?Tight end:?Dwayne Allen, the Colts No. 1 tight end now that Coby Fleener is gone, should see a much bigger role in the passing game if he can stay healthy and lean on his athleticism to beat linebackers. Read more.D/ST:?The Colts defense and special teams havent been a serious fantasy option under coach Chuck Pagano, and with no significant changes this offseason, its hard to foresee any uptick in 2016. Read more.Jacksonville JaguarsQuarterback:?Blake Bortles had a breakout season in 2015, which set franchise records for touchdown passes (35) and passing yards (4,428). Can he duplicate those numbers in 2016? Read more.Running back:?The bad news? Chris Ivory and T.J. Yeldon will be sharing carries. The good news? The Jaguars are committed to running the ball more, which should help both running backs and their fantasy owners. Read more.Wide receiver:?Wide receiver is the Jaguars deepest and most talented position group, and its the biggest reason the offense has the potential to be among the leagues most potent units.?Read more.?Tight end:?Julius Thomas might receive fewer balls thrown his way, but that doesnt necessarily apply near the goal line. The Jags will try to exploit mismatches, which should free Thomas to catch more than ESPNs projected 5.7 TD passes. Read more.D/ST:?The Jaguars focused on their defense in the offseason, but untested pass-rushers in Dante Fowler Jr. and Yannick Ngakoue make the units fantasy value hard to predict. Read more.Kansas City ChiefsQuarterback:?One of Alex Smiths qualities, for better or for worse, is that hes the same quarterback week to week and year to year. Its not difficult to predict his key stats because they have generally fallen within a narrow range. Read more.Running back:?Jamaal Charles is back from his ACL injury, but hell have company in the backfield this season and might not get the carries hes used to. Read more.Wide receiver:?ESPN projects Jeremy Maclin to have about the same fantasy numbers as last year, which sets up an interesting choice of whether he can exceed them in 2016.?Read more.?Tight end:?Ever since he debuted in 2014 by catching 67 passes, fantasy owners have been waiting for that breakout year from Travis Kelce. This could be the year. Read more.D/ST:?While Tamba Hali and Eric Berry could be available when the regular season starts, its still unrealistic to think the Chiefs will be as strong defensively as they were last season, particularly early in the year. Read more.Los Angeles RamsQuarterback:?Yes, Jared Goff was the No.1 overall pick in the 2016 draft. And yes, he will have help in the backfield with Todd Gurley. But dont expect Goff to be the savior for a Los Angeles Rams offense that was near the bottom of every statistical category last season. Read more.Running back:?As the clear focal point of the Rams offense, Todd Gurley should be even better in his second season and will be relied upon heavily, especially with Goff trying to figure things out. Read more.Wide receiver:?Rams receivers were last in the league in yards and touchdowns last season, and barring a drastic change in scheme, its hard to envision them faring much better in 2016.?Read more.?Tight end:?Can Lance Kendricks and Tyler Higbee fill the void left by Jared Cook, who has led the Rams in catches and receiving yards since 2013? Read more.D/ST:?The Rams offseason was littered with key losses throughout the defense. This unit still has talent, primarily on the defensive line, but another step back might be inevitable. Read more.Miami DolphinsQuarterback:?If Ryan Tannehill makes moderate strides in the red zone, he could be in the 25-28 touchdown range. But will he amass 4,000 passing yards again? Read more.Running back:?Whoever wins the starting job has a great shot to beat fantasy projections, and for Arian Foster, it has more to do with health than anything else. Read more.Wide receiver:?Can Jarvis Landry produce back-to-back 100-catch seasons? His targets could decrease because of other receivers around him getting better.?Read more.?Tight end:?Its hard to predict Jordan Cameron catching nearly 50 passes during the regular season after he didnt make much of an impact in the spring or thus far in training camp. Read more.D/ST:?From reality and fantasy perspectives, Miamis defense was a huge disappointment in 2015. New coordinator Vance Joseph should be able to make a difference. Read more.Minnesota VikingsQuarterback:?The Vikings spent their offseason upgrading the weapons around quarterback Teddy Bridgewater. If they are going to make a run in the NFC, theyll likely be looking for bigger numbers from Bridgewater in 2016. Read more.Running back:?The Vikings ground game should still be one of the leagues preeminent running attacks this season, and theres another star fantasy option beyond Adrian Peterson. Read more.Wide receiver:?A year after they had the leagues 31st-ranked passing offense, the Vikings believe they have upgraded the group for 2016.?Read more.?Tight end:?Kyle Rudolph finally feels healthy and in sync with Bridgewater. How will that affect his fantasy production? Read more.D/ST:?As the Vikings secondary in particular grows more sound in its fundamentals, it should get more interception opportunities. Read more.New England PatriotsQuarterback:?It will be Jimmy Garoppolos show for the first four games of the regular season before Tom Brady returns as the starter. Although Garoppolo naturally isnt a top fantasy option,?Brady is a slam-dunk choice for the final 12 games. Read more.Running back:?Its always risky to count on a Patriots running back in fantasy, but if Dion Lewis stays healthy, he should put up decent numbers, including going above expectations for yards and receptions. Read more.Wide receiver:?With the Patriots playing without Brady for the first four games of the season, it seems fair to project a slight decline in statistical production for the teams wide receivers.?Read more.Tight end:?No NFL team runs more multiple-tight end sets than the Patriots, and that should continue to be the case in 2016, as long as Rob Gronkowski and Martellus Bennett remain healthy. Read more.D/ST:?The Patriots are unlikely to maintain their No. 2 ranking in sacks but remain a strong fantasy option because of their depth, especially on the line. Read more.New Orleans SaintsQuarterback:?Drew Brees might seem like a boring fantasy football choice in his 16th season. But if the rest of the owners in your league are willing to let him fall to you in the middle rounds of your draft, you should be awfully excited about your team. Read more.Running back:?Mark Ingram has earned the Saints trust and is their clear-cut No. 1 back, which makes him a great option in fantasy, despite his injury history. Read more.Wide receiver:?The Saints passing game is the gift that keeps on giving for fantasy owners, and Brandin Cooks, Willie Snead and rookie Michael Thomas should be on your fantasy radar.?Read more.?Tight end:?ESPNs fantasy projection for Coby Fleener is perfect in that it places Fleener among the top fantasy tight ends without getting carried away. Read more.D/ST:?The Saints had one of the worst defenses in NFL history last season. But they have gotten off to a promising start under defensive coordinator Dennis Allen, so they cant help but be better in 2016. Read more.New York GiantsQuarterback:?With an improved supporting cast and this being Eli Mannings third season in coach Ben McAdoos offense, there is reason to believe he could only get better in 2016. Read more.Running back:?New Yorks backfield might remain a muddled fantasy mess again in 2016, as the Giants played ring-around-a-running-back for the first 13 weeks of the previous season. Veterans Rashad Jennings and Shane Vereen are the heavy favorites to earn the most significant time, but there are several wild cards in waiting. Read more.Wide receiver:?With Victor Cruz trying to come back from a series of injuries, rookie Sterling Shepard appears destined to be Odell Beckham Jr.s sidekick. Read more.Tight end:?The Giants figure to split reps between tight ends Larry Donnell and Will Tye, which makes both useful in fantasy but limits their ceilings. Read more.D/ST:?The Giants defense should be better this season and could be worth an occasional fantasy start based on matchup, but it isnt an every-week option. Read more.New York JetsQuarterback:?Coming off a career year, Ryan Fitzpatrick will be hard-pressed to duplicate his numbers from last season: 31 touchdown passes and 3,905 passing yards. Read more.Running back:?Matt Forte should be healthy by the season opener, but he wont be an every-down player. How does that affect his fantasy value? Read more.Wide receiver:?Brandon Marshall reported to training camp at a svelte 225 pounds and is arguably in the best shape of his career. He shows no signs of slowing down in 2016.?Read more.Tight end:?The Jets desire to get the ball into the hands of their wide receivers makes Jace Amaro and the tight ends a poor bet for fantasy team owners. Read more.D/ST:?The Jets potentially dominant line and coach Todd Bowles aggressive approach should help push them toward the top tier of fantasy defenses. Read more.Oakland RaidersQuarterback:?Derek Carr improved mightily on the stat sheet last season,?but he faded in the second half. Another year of seasoning with his wideouts should bear sustainability. Read more.Running back:?Although Latavius Murray rushed for 1,066 yards last season, he is barely ranked as a top-20 fantasy running back. Say what? Read more.Wide receiver:?Amari Cooper, whose 10 drops were the second-most in the league, is healthy and primed to take the next step with a quarterback who trusts him.?Read more.?Tight end:?Clive Walford, whose role increased down the stretch in 2015, has the size and athleticism to help him potentially break out in his second NFL season. Read more.D/ST:?With the additions the Raiders made via free agency, the defense and special teams should be capable of putting up some big point totals in fantasy. Read more.Philadelphia EaglesQuarterback:?Sam Bradford will start 2016 under center for the Eagles. The real question will be who finishes as the starting quarterback. Thats why the low fantasy expectations for Bradford seem reasonable. Read more.Running back:?Coach Doug Pedersons focus on the run -- especially given the lack of big-play weapons at wide receiver -- should give Ryan Mathews and Darren Sproles plenty of opportunities to put points on the board for the Eagles. Read more.Wide receiver:?The Eagles are far from settled at wide receiver. With no one stepping forward to claim a starring role alongside Jordan Matthews, the front office continues to search for answers. Read more.Tight end:?Pederson has grand plans for Zach Ertz and Brent Celek. Expect to see two- and even three-tight end sets as Pederson tries to maximize the talent he has in that room while working around a potential deficiency at wide receiver. Read more.D/ST:?The Eagles are ranked only No. 30 in the preseason fantasy rankings on defense and special teams, but theres reason for optimism, especially with Fletcher Cox working in Jim Schwartzs attack scheme. Read more.Pittsburgh SteelersQuarterback:?Ben Roethlisberger has a high ceiling but is an unpredictable fantasy performer, and two suspensions could affect his numbers. Read more.Running back:?DeAngelo Williams can ably fill in for LeVeon Bell if needed, but might the Steelers surprise us by keeping both on the field for extended periods? Read more.Wide receiver:?Antonio Brown might be the safest play in all of fantasy football. Will the injuries and suspensions in the Steelers offense hurt Browns bottom line? Dont count on it.?Read more.Tight end:?Jesse James has just eight NFL receptions and is likely to be the Steelers most productive tight end, at least early in the season. Yep, you read that right.?Read more.D/ST:?The Steelers have enough talent to make improvements defensively this season, especially if Bud Dupree takes an expected leap forward. Read more.San Diego ChargersQuarterback:?Philip Rivers finished last season No. 2 in the NFL in passing yards and led the league in attempts and completions. Although he?might not eclipse those numbers, he should be among the league leaders again. Read more.Running back:?Chargers tailback Melvin Gordon didnt score a touchdown as a rookie, but Ken Whisenhunts scheme should boost Gordons production in his second season. Read more.Wide receiver:?Keenan Allen led the NFL with 67 receptions through eight weeks last season before suffering a lacerated kidney that ended his year. Now healthy, the expectation is that Allen will pick up where he left off.?Read more.Tight end:?Even though Antonio Gates has showed some signs of slowing down, he remains a reliable target on third down and in the red zone. Read more.D/ST:?The addition of nose tackle Brandon Mebane should improve the run defense up front, while rookie defensive end Joey Bosa will be a bonus once hes on the field. Read more.San Francisco 49ersQuarterback:?Drafting either Blaine Gabbert or Colin Kaepernick comes with a lot of uncertainty, and you should probably turn your attention elsewhere unless you play in a deeper league. Read more.Running back:?Its a good thing Carlos Hyde returned to training camp leaning, and with a goal of 1,500 yards, as hell need it in coach Chip Kellys consistent ground game attack. Read more.Wide receiver:?The 49ers receivers finished 28th last season with 2,071 yards, and Anquan Boldin, their most accomplished wideout, departed in the offseason. Will they be improved this season??Read more.?Tight end:?In recent years, a tight end in Kellys offense has offered quite a bit of production. But who will emerge among the group that includes Vance McDonald, Garrett Celek, Blake Bell and Bruce Miller? Read more.D/ST:?The 49ers defense is flush with promising young players. Add those youngsters to established veterans, and you have a group the organization hopes is ascending. Read more.Seattle SeahawksQuarterback:?A strong second half in 2015 led to a career season for Russell Wilson and earned the Seattle Seahawks quarterback MVP consideration. What should be expected of him this season? Read more.Running back:?Although fantasy owners cant turn to Beastmode this season, Thomas Rawls has returned from a season-ending ankle injury and should exceed ESPNs fantasy projections. Read more.Wide receiver:?The Seahawks return their top four pass-catchers from a year ago, when Wilson led the NFL in passer rating. How will the roles change, and what are the expectations in 2016??Read more.?Tight end:?Jimmy Graham is a special athlete, but the uncertainty surrounding his injury makes him a risky fantasy proposition. Read more.D/ST:?If youre looking for a safe -- and possibly the best -- fantasy choice, look no further than the Seahawks, who allowed the fewest points in the NFL last season and return nine of 11 starters. Read more.Tampa Bay BuccaneersQuarterback:?Dont expect Jameis Winston to hit a sophomore slump in 2016. His red-zone production should go up slightly, but he isnt quite ready to be a top fantasy option. Read more.Running back:?The Buccaneers have two strong running backs in Doug Martin and Charles Sims. It seems safe to bet Martin will have another 1,000-yard season. Read more.Wide receiver:?Mike Evans hopes to continue his streak of 1,000 yards, but more importantly, hes hoping to improve his hands after 11 drops last season.?Read more.Tight end:?From a fantasy perspective, Austin Seferian-Jenkins is a bigger name with better physical tools, but Cameron Brate has a rapport with Winston. Read more.D/ST:?This Bucs team finished 17th in fantasy points last season. Although the defense appears vastly improved, special teams is still settling in, with draft pick Roberto Aguayo missing an extra point in the Bucs first preseason game. Read more.Tennessee TitansQuarterback:?If Marcus Mariota stays healthy -- he is better equipped to do so, and the Titans are better equipped to help him -- hell find the end zone more often. Read more.Running back:?Tennessees preseason opener, in which DeMarco Murray and Derrick Henry combined for 167 rushing yards and two touchdowns, made it seem that things are moving in a good direction for both the Titans and fantasy owners of both players. Read more.Wide receiver:?The Titans could have two new receivers in their base two-tight end offense, and reception distribution is difficult to sort out this early. How will their receivers stack up in production in 2016??Read more.?Tight end:?Delanie Walker will be hard-pressed to match his reception and yardage totals from last season, but he should still beat projections and score TDs. Read more.D/ST:?Its hard to project this group, as Dick LeBeau is now the Titans defensive play caller. The presumption is that this will be a far more aggressive blitzing team, and a stretch of corners playing fearfully far off their man at the snap is over. Read more.Washington RedskinsQuarterback:?The Redskins offensive talent suggests they will be a pass-heavy offense.?That makes Kirk Cousins an attractive fantasy football play. Read more.Running back:?The Redskins offense has a lot of talent in the passing game, which could limit Matt Jones opportunities. Can Jones exceed ESPNs fantasy projection of 936.7 rushing yards and 5.2 rushing touchdowns? Read more.Wide receiver:?The Redskins know what they have in the passing game: talented receivers, a quarterback who understands the offense and where the ball must go, and a line that protects well. All of that should add up to productive seasons for their receivers.?Read more.?Tight end:?After Jordan Reed finished with 87 catches, 952 yards and 11 touchdowns last season, it wouldnt be surprising if he reached those numbers again. Read more.D/ST:?The Redskins overall defense has a high football IQ. It will be a gritty, tough bunch -- or at least it should be. But will it be a defense capable of causing lots of turnovers and sacks? Read more. Wholesale Jerseys .1 million pounds ($61.2 million) on Saturday, giving the beleaguered English Premier League champions a major lift. Wholesale NBA China Jerseys . 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The football teams from Old Dominion and Charlotte will form a circle of unity on the field before the national anthem is played at their Conference USA game Saturday night.The circle of unity is an idea that Monarchs players came up with when they met with coaches to discuss how to respond to recent police shootings in Tulsa, Oklahoma, and Charlotte, North Carolina, ODU coach Bobby Wilder said Friday.We were looking and seeing what was going on around the world, but more specifically in Tulsa and Charlotte, and we were trying to decide as a team how could we express ourselves in a way that would bring unity, and that was what the team came up with, Wilder told The Associated Press in a telephone interview.Many Monarchs players wore Black Lives Matter T-shirts during warmups before ODUs home game against Texas-San Antonio last Saturday, and the team joined hands in a circle and raised their arms before the game.Last Saturday was the platform to launch what we see as a reaction to whats going on in our country, to do something to make a difference, and were hoping more people will try to do something to make a difference instead of adding too the noise, Wilder said, referring to protests during the national anthem that started with San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick kneeling in protest to police shootings in the country. Cheap Soccer Jerseys. ther NFL and college players have since joined Kaepernick in protesting during the anthem.Were hoping that this is something that, instead of a protest before the national anthem, that teams will consider doing before games to show unity. You look at a football team generally and its a microcosm of society in terms of all the races and religions that are represented, Wilder said. If we can take the lead and try to develop unity and get a better dialog going, that is what we would like to see happen.Wilder said he called Charlotte coach Brad Lambert this week, and Lambert said his team would like to take part in the circle before the game at Jerry Richardson Stadium. The city was the site of several days of rioting and unrest in the aftermath of the fatal shooting of Keith Lamont Scott by police on Sept. 21. 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