16. Jameis Winston, Buccaneers
At his best, Winston is easily a top-10 fantasy quarterback, and potentially top-5. The problem is that his career has spiraled the past couple of seasons. The fact that Bruce Arians is now the head coach in Tampa means there’s a chance he can get the best out of Winston, making him a risky fantasy selection, but one with plenty of upside.
Keep in mind, the Bucs couldn’t run the ball last season and their defense had plenty of problems. That means Winston will have plenty of opportunities to throw the ball with the Bucs likely playing from behind. Just remember that deep threat DeSean Jackson left Tampa and Winston can be turnover-prone at times, making him the definition of high risk-high reward.
Top Target: Mike Evans
Secondary Target: O.J. Howard