(1) Antonio Brown - Brown had a tremendous fantasy year in 2015, even without his starting QB for part of the year. Brown has proven to be almost uncoverable time and time again and that won't change anytime soon. Brown has a shot at 2,000 yards this season.
(2) Julio Jones - Jones may loss a few passes his way with the Falcons acquisition of receiver Mohammed Sanu from the Bengals, but Jones will still have plenty of upside in fantasy leagues and cannot be passed up on.
(3) Jordy Nelson - Last year proved just how important Nelson was to the Packers offense when he was lost to injury and Aaron Rodgers just wasn't the same. With a healthy Nelson returning, expect big numbers from him. He could easily surpass 1,300 yards and 10 touchdowns.
(4) Kelvin Benjamin - Benjamin is the dark horse of this list, but he proved in 2014 as a rookie that he is a force to be reckoned with. Sitting out in 2015 with an injury may actually benefit Benjamin, it allowed him to truly learn the offense inside and out as he has said himself. Benjamin will be the Panthers number one WR and it would be foolish to think he won't have close to 1,300 yards receiving and 12 scores.