2015 fantasy football previews for all 32 teams

The 2015 fantasy football season is almost upon us! Get prepared for your fantasy football draft (which you can do for FREE right here on NFL.com) by seeing what has changed, and what's in store for all 32 teams with our fantasy team previews.

And for more sleepers, busts, projections, rankings, etc., don't forget to frequent our 2015 Fantasy Football Draft Kit for the ultimate guide to gearing up for the 2015 fantasy football season!


With John Fox and Adam Gase now calling the offensive shots in the Windy City, what should we expect from Matt Forte, Alshon Jeffery and Martellus Bennett? Find out here.


With a healthy Calvin Johnson and the impressive rookie Ameer Abdullah in tow, Detroit fans are thinking playoffs again. Can fantasy owners trust the Lions to lead them there as well?


The NFL's top fantasy offense only got better in the offseason, resigning Randall Cobb and Bryan Bulaga while adding youth. See what's happening in Mr. (Aaron) Rodgers' Neighborhood here


The Vikings offense finally appears to be in good (gloved) hands with Teddy Bridgewater under center. Find out what's in store for the Vikes in 2015 here.


Baltimore produced a few fantasy stars in 2014 but the team's current wide receiver corps is lacking depth. Can new offensive coordinator Marc Trestman help Joe Flacco and company find new heights?


Cincinnati's usual suspects fell victim to injury a season ago, hampering their fantasy production. Now running at full health, can the Bengals playmakers enjoy success in the stat sheets this year?


Browns players were frustrating to own in fantasy leagues in 2014. Find out if any of the team's offseason changes could propel any Browns into stardom in 2015 here.


Pittsburgh's offense was a juggernaut last season, churning out boatloads of fantasy points every week. Find out what to expect from the Steelers fantasy stars in 2015.


A new coaching staff brings in a re-focused approach on the running game in Atlanta. We examine which back will emerge, and the effect it will have on Matt Ryan and Julio Jones through the air.


Jonathan Stewart is finally set to inherit the lead role in the backfield, and Cam Newton has some weapons in the passing game. Find out if they will be worth drafting for your fantasy team.


The Saints let go of Jimmy Graham and other familiar faces from their offense. With C.J. Spiller and Mark Ingram in tow, find out if Drew Brees and co. can score bundles of points in fantasy once again.


The Buccaneers took Jameis Winston at the top of the NFL Draft to fix their offense. Can his presence elevate an emerging star in Mike Evans or help Doug Martin rebound? Find out here.


With Arian Foster injured, can DeAndre Hopkins carry the Texans offense on his own? Find out here.


The Colts added Frank Gore and Andre Johnson in the offseason to try and get to the promised land. Can these aging veterans help fantasy owners get there in 2015?


The sun might be shining a little brighter down in Duval County in 2015. Find out what to expect from Blake Bortles and his young offense here.


Marcus Mariota has arrived to stabilize the Titans tumultuous quarterback situation. But will he elevate his offense from fantasy obscurity alone?


Dallas cultivated two of fantasy's top players at the running back and wide receiver position last season. See what's in store for the Cowboys new-look backfield and other offensive playmakers in 2015.


Big Blue's 2014 season had some extreme ups and downs, but those who owned rookie Odell Beckham Jr. enjoyed success. Find out if the rising star will avoid a sophomore slump this season here.


Philly boasted one of the NFL's most prolific offenses in 2014 as fantasy owners rejoiced. Find out what has changed in the Eagles' offense and who has potential to break out this year.


Washington's 2014 campaign was forgettable, save for a couple of mediocre fantasy contributions. Can the team bounce back in the stat sheets after a season to forget?


Rex Ryan made his commitment to the run game known, once again, when he made a blockbuster trade for LeSean McCoy. Will the former Pro Bowl stud thrive in an offense with passing game questions?


The 'Fins are primed for an epic season led by quarterback Ryan Tannehill and a talented corps of receivers. Can Miami finally cash in on all its offensive talent?


Tom Brady's four-game suspension looms large over the Super Bowl champions. Is that enough to drag down the stock of the Patriots' other offensive players? Find out here.


The Jets added Brandon Marshall to an offense that has not fielded much fantasy success the last few years. The hiring of Chan Gailey to pair with Ryan Fitzpatrick could mark a change in 2015.


The return of Carson Palmer has things heating up in the desert. Can the veteran quarterback reinject fantasy relevance into an offense that underperformed in 2014?


These birds weren't quite flightless in 2014, but they did spend a lot of time on the ground. Will Jimmy Graham's arrival in the Pacific Northwest change their migration habits?


The 49ers went through plenty of changes in the offseason. Are fantasy enthusiasts ready to turn and face the strange in San Francisco this season?


A new quarterback and a highly-touted rookie running back are renewing hope in St. Louis. Will they be a fantasy gateway to success?


Once again, the Broncos are loaded with top-line fantasy football prospects. But all eyes will be on Peyton Manning to see if he can avoid another late-season fade. Read more here.


Kansas City upgraded its wide receiving corps this offseason. What does that mean for the likes of Jamaal Charles and the Chiefs running game?


After years of being a fantasy football wasteland, there appears to be a ray of hope in Oakland. Can a trio of young players led by Derek Carr help your fantasy squad just win, baby?


The Chargers offseason was highlighted by adding a top rookie running back in the draft. Can Melvin Gordon provide a needed spark to your fantasy roster?

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