14. Derek Carr, Raiders
Carr was outside the top-20 in most fantasy leagues last year. But he’s the perfect candidate to have a bounce-back season. If he drops to the middle or late rounds, he’s a potential steal, even if he starts the season as your backup.
There’s no doubting his talent, and he should be a little more comfortable with the offense in Jon Gruden’s second season. There’s also the Antonio Brown factor, not to mention the Raiders also added Tyrell Williams and J.J. Nelson over the summer. As long as Carr can develop some chemistry with his new receivers, his fantasy numbers should see a considerable improvement from last year.
Top Target: Antonio Brown
Secondary Target: Tyrell Williams