GRAND JUNCTION, Colo. There's no question 'Megatron, is the number one option, but there is a little shakeup over the next few spots.
I have the Cowboys' Dez Bryant capitalizing on a situation where they'll be playing from behind a lot, and in Scott Linehan's run-and-gun offense Dez could have a huge year.
Following him is the Broncos own Demaryius Thomas. Expect his numbers to drop a bit this year as the Broncos face improved pass defenses and Thomas will likely be seeing a lot of double-coverage.
Julio Jones is at number four coming off an injury but he looks as dynamic as ever, and A.J. Green's production will fall off a bit as new offensive coordinator Hue Jackson looks to run the ball more.
From there we alternate between the Bears and the Packers as Marshall, Nelson, Jeffery, and Cobb all look to stay inside the top-10, and rounding out the group is Washington's Pierre Garcon - who should benefit from new offensive coordinator Jay Gruden's pass-happy style.
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