Houston Texans: Will Fuller, WR (74) — No one expects him to score at the rate he was scoring with Deshaun Watson in 2017. But let’s not disregard what he did in those games. His volume was dangerously low, but there’s a point where trepidation goes too far. He’s a big playmaker.
Indianapolis Colts: Andrew Luck, QB (94) — He’s QB11, but has been one of the most productive quarterbacks in the NFL when healthy. The fear is that he won’t play — like last season. So his might be a high-stress pick, but so long as he gets cleared through preseason, he’ll be a great value. The fantasy grudge for his absence in 2017 may be too significant.
Jacksonville Jaguars: Marqise Lee, WR (134) — He’s the highest-ranked Jaguars receiver, and yet he’s WR50. Surrounded by young and inexperienced receivers who seem liable to pop on any given week, Lee will be consistent. Blake Bortles has to throw to somebody.
Tennessee Titans: Delanie Walker (72) — Since joining the Titans, he has been a consistent producer in terms of yardage. His touchdown totals, however, have been erratic. He has scored as many as nine and as few as three in Tennessee. That’s what lands him as TE8 this year. Typically, drafting tight ends highly is inadvisable, but Walker’s lack of touchdowns seems to have dropped his value below what it should be. Expect more from him this season.