Larry Fitzgerald has shown he can be very productive for fantasy owners regardless of what QB is under center.
Jermichael Finley should have no problem repeating his career-best numbers from 2011, making him a nice TE to target in the middle rounds.
Aaron Rodgers is easily our top-ranked QB and he will likely be taken with a top-five overall selection in most fantasy drafts.
Coming back from a torn ACL last season, Adrian Peterson has dropped outside of the top 10 running backs in our 2012 rankings.
Calvin Johnson sits atop our 2012 wide receiver rankings and will likely be a first round pick in most leagues.
When healthy, Antonio Gates is one of the most productive at his position and is a top 5 fantasy tight end in our 2012 rankings.
Despite the unpredictable nature of the Redskins backfield, Roy Helu could be a great value pick for where you can get him in the draft.
Arguably one of the safest picks at running back, Ray Rice will be a top-5 overall pick in pretty much every draft.