With all the additions, is the Lions' offense ready for a breakout season?
Those players all join Calvin Johnson, who enters his fourth year with the club. His 2009 season was good, but not great (67 catches for 984 yards and five touchdowns in 14 games), and his fantasy owners would like to have the 2008 version of "Megatron," when he was fifth in the NFL with 1,331 yards and 12 touchdowns.
Fast forwarding to 2010, Johnson should benefit greatly from Stafford's year of experience as a starter, but he should benefit even more from the addition of Burleson.
To ink Burleson, who has a solid, but unspectacular 263 catches in seven NFL seasons, the Lions paid a hefty sum. But if Burleson -- who is better suited to being a No. 2 wideout -- takes some of the defensive attention away from Johnson, his signing could prove to be a bargain.
Bottom line: With a quality complementary receiver now opposite him, Johnson will be a top-tier fantasy pass catcher in 2010.