If Rice could ever stay healthy, he just might duplicate his breakout 2009 season. Then again, "if" is a mighty big two-letter word. In the past two seasons, Rice has played a combined 15 games and posted just four touchdowns. Even when he was on the field in 2011, he was far from the first option in the
Seahawks aerial offense. Most fantasy owners have grown tired of waiting for Rice to live up to his potential, and his chronic proneness to injuries has made him a major risk. It's also important to remember that Rice has never been a reliable fantasy option without Brett Favre. For owners who are so inclined, he should still be around in the middle to late rounds.