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Emmanuel Sanders, WR, Steelers:Antonio Brown has been a pleasantly productive surprise for Ben Roethlisberger and fantasy fans alike over the last two seasons, but it was Sanders -- drafted out of SMU in the third round of the 2010 draft -- for whom the Steelers had higher expectations. Injuries have kept him down thus far, but look for the guy wearing Lynn Swann's No. 88 to take off this year.
Jon Baldwin, WR, Chiefs: The bad news is, he's shown flashes off the field of being a throwback to the pain-in-the-butt diva WRs of the early 21st century. The good news is, he's got the same sort of talent as pass-catching prima donnas like Terrell Owens, Chad Ochocinco and Randy Moss. That Chiefs offense oughta be a juggernaut this season ... Matt Cassel notwithstanding.
Daniel Thomas, RB, Dolphins: Last year, I told you Reggie Bush would have a great season ... and I was mocked viciously by my colleagues for it. This year, I predict Bush will return to his brittle ways (or perhaps be deployed as more of pass catcher on a team devoid of a top-tier WR), while the second-year player from K-State becomes Miami's top rusher.
Roy Helu, RB, Redskins: Everyone in DC is rightly excited about RG3 and the Redskins' shiny collection of new WRs, but don't forget that Mike ShanaTan still takes a shine to running the ball. Helu will be the feature back in 2012, and -- along with getting the bulk of the carries -- will catch more passes than most RBs in the league.