#1). Michael Bush Free Agent RB
Every season there is one back that changes teams and finally gets the chance to become a feature back. When Bush has played he has shown not only the stuff to be a number one back, but the ability to be a top back in the league. You should be able to grab him in the middle rounds and he could easily turn into top five back.
#2). Tim Tebow DEN QB
He may not be the prettiest quarterback, but he is damn good at putting up fantasy numbers. He averaged over 15.5 points a game, which would be good for 9th best by a quarterback. If he improves just a little bit in the passing game he could jump up to a top 5 QB.
#3). Antoino Brown PIT WR
How often does a guy go for over 1,000 yards receiving and only end up with 2 touchdowns? That’s what Brown did. The more trust he builds up with Roethlisberger, the more red zone targets he should get next season.
#4). Ahmad Bradshaw NYG RB
With Brandon Jacobs all but out of New York after the Super Bowl, Ahmad Bradshaw should finally not have any back pilfering carries from him. That is as long as New York doesn’t bring in someone else to compete with him.
#5). Sam Bradford STL QB
You have to love Bradford’s situation. He’s getting a great head coach in Jeff Fisher, he still has a great running back, and his wide receivers should finally be healthy. Add in the number two overall pick and that should either shore up his 0-line or get him Justin Blackmon. Not too shabby!
#6) Jamaal Charles KC RB
With no player being able to step up in his place this season, Charles’ number one job is safe. With his injury being so early on in the season, he should be 100% from the very start. Don’t be scared off because of last season’s fluke injury.
#7) Demaryius Thomas DEN WR
Thomas’ late season production and chemistry with Tebow make him a great breakout candidate. Heck, he should be a solid play with any quarterback that ends up playing in Denver.
#8). Carson Palmer OAK QB
Palmer is getting the offensive architect to the best offense in football this past season in Green Bay to be his new head coach. Add in one of the best running backs in football in Darren McFadden, a solid wide receiver corp, and a full offseason of practicing under his belt and it should lead to big things.
#9). Demarco Murray DAL RB
Murray looked like a perfect fit in Dallas’ attack. Even if Jones is brought back, I expect Murray to take the starting job from him. His ability to bust big runs should make him a fantasy favorite next season.
#10). Titus Young DET WR
Mini-Tron is a wide receiver who could make a big jump this upcoming season. He will benenfit from playing in Detroit’s wide open passing attack and with Calvin Johnson drawing double coverage on every snap. His 4 TD’s in his last 4 games should be a precursor to a big 2012.
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