Mike Wallace- The burner has potential for a rebound. In the right offense Wallace can be a high end WR2 and Tannehill was getting more and more comfortable with him as the season progressed. In his last six games, Wallace racked up 400 yards and 4 TDs, so if the trend continues, look for Wallace to hit the 80/1100/10 range next year.
Rueben Randle- The LSU alum produced at a solid rate last year as the WR3 in New York. But the market hasn’t fully acknowledged his potential. Nicks is gone and Randle will be - at least - a dynasty WR2 when that happens. Look for 70/900/10 as reasonable, starting next season. He turns 23 in May.
Colin Kaepernick- Just imagine how different people would view Kaepernick if he had Crabtree all year last year. Bolden is signed, Crabtree is healthy, Davis is security, and Kaep can run. Go ahead and invest at his newly discounted rate. Expect 3500/25 passing and 500/5 rushing next year and going forward.
Kyle Rudolph- He falls under the injury discount category, but is buy outside of that as well. He had to deal with a brutal QB situation last year and had an offensive coordinator that couldn’t get him the ball. Now with Norv Turner calling plays and the QB carousel stopped, expect the Notre Dame star to flourish. We’re thinking 65/750/8 in 2014.
Robert Griffin III– The Heisman Trophy winner had a terrible 2013 season, coming off of major surgery, Griffin was inconsistent all year long. However, with a new coaching staff, another offseason of rehab, and players like Jackson, Garcon, Reed and Roberts in place to catch the ball, Griffin is primed for a 3200/25 passing and 800/5 rushing type of season.
Arian Foster- The former Tennessee volunteer has finally been medically cleared after an injury riddled 2013. He is only 27 and now does not have to share carries with Ben Tate. The change in coaching staffs will likely effect his carries a little, but we feel his production will still be 1200/12 rushing and 300/2 receiving for the next few years.