Now that we're past free agency and the draft, we have a clue of how the teams around the NFL are going to line up. More importantly, we also have a pretty good idea of which players could be in line for some nice fantasy production in 2015. To help you out, we've brought back our Roster Resets for another season. For a more complete look, check out Around the NFL's Roster Reset.
Fantasy managers everywhere breathed a sigh of relief when Justin Forsett decided to re-up with the Ravens. That gives one of last season's biggest surprises the chance to maintain his value. He'll be intriguing to watch in new offensive coordinator Marc Trestman's attack. Baltimore's passing game still offers lackluster options with the aging Steve Smith leading an unproven pass-catching corps and the inconsistent (from a fantasy perspective) Joe Flacco slinging the rock. In general, you should be able to wait before drafting many Ravens.
After a breakout rookie season, Jeremy Hill looks for bigger and better things in Year 2. As long as Gio Bernard can remain healthy, he'll provide dividends as a No. 2 or 3 fantasy back. A.J. Green is still among the most talented wideouts in the NFL and should return to his former ways as long as he can shake off last season's nagging injuries. Don't overlook Marvin Jones, who missed all of last season with an ankle injury. While Andy Dalton is likely to be drafted in plenty of leagues, you'd be hard-pressed to find any fantasy enthusiast who would consider the Red Rifle worthy of being a weekly starter.
The Browns will continue to have football people -- real and fantasy -- scratching their heads. A team that didn't seem to have enough carries for two running backs added a third in the draft while doing little to seriously address its lack of receivers. Cleveland will spend the season without playmaker Josh Gordon and will try to address the shortfall with veterans Dwayne Bowe and Brian Hartline. Meanwhile, there's a brewing quarterback quagmire as Josh McCown and Johnny Manziel are expected to battle in camp for the starting job. There is very limited fantasy value on this roster.
After being known historically for stifling defense, the Steelers now boast one of the NFL's more explosive offenses. Antonio Brown stands as the reigning king among fantasy wideouts and he has plenty of help with speedsters like Martavis Bryant, Markus Wheaton and rookie Sammie Coates. All of that helps keep Ben Roethlisberger among the top 10 fantasy signal-callers. Le'Veon Bell had been poised to be one of the first three players off most draft boards, but a three-game suspension is likely to move him down a touch. That's where DeAngelo Williams comes in. The veteran's draft value should get a slight boost as Pittsburgh's starter at the beginning of the year.