BUFFALO BILLS: Many believe that Josh Allen is due for regression in 2021. My bold prediction is that Josh Allen replicates his 2020 season and has an almost identical statistical season in 2021, and is once again a Top 5 quarterback at the position.

MIAMI DOLPHINS: Not DeVante Parker, and not highly-touted rookie speedster Jaylen Waddle, but Will Fuller will lead the Miami Dolphins receiving core in Fantasy production during the 2021 season and finishes as a Top 25 Fantasy receiver.

NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTS: Damien Harris dominates the New England Patriots backfield, and with rookie quarterback Mac Jones under center, the goal-line work will be his as well. Damien Harris surprises many with a Top 12 Fantasy running back season.

NEW YORK JETS: Zach Wilson immediately propels the New York Jets offense. Building rapport with Corey Davis, Elijah Moore, and Jamison Crowder, Wilson is a Top 15 fantasy quarterback in his rookie campaign.


BALTIMORE RAVENS: Lamar Jackson rushes for 1,000 yards for the third time, leads the team in rushing, is a highly effective passer, and is second in fantasy points to only Patrick Mahomes by season’s end. Bonus Bold Prediction: Lamar Jackson leads the Baltimore Ravens to the Super Bowl.

CINCINNATI BENGALS: Even with highly-touted rookie receiver Ja’Marr Chase in tow, Tee Higgins leads the Cincinnati Bengals in catches, yards, and touchdowns as he becomes a Top 12 fantasy wide receiver.

CLEVELAND BROWNS: The Cleveland offense begins to sway a bit more in favor of their passing game. The Browns become a more balanced offense, and by their shift in play-calling, Baker Mayfield becomes a Top 15 fantasy quarterback and MVP candidate.

PITTSBURGH STEELERS: Ben Roethlisberger has a surprising resurgent season and lifts all the playmakers for the Pittsburgh Steelers. The Steelers offense is Top 5 in the league, and Pittsburgh surprisingly wins the AFC North.


HOUSTON TEXANS: Many around the team have buried him this off-season, but David Johnson has a resurrection this season and outshines both Mark Ingram and Phillip Lindsay en route to leading the team in fantasy points at the running back position. 

INDIANAPOLIS COLTS: Carson Wentz locks on to the second-year wide receiver Michael Pittman Jr. Pittman Jr. becomes the focal point of the passing game and becomes a Top 15 fantasy wide receiver in 2021.

JACKSONVILLE JAGUARS: Following the unfortunate injury to Travis Etienne, James Robinson takes flight. Robinson picks up where he left off in 2020. Robinson produces solid RB1 numbers during the season and finishes as a Top 12 fantasy back in 2021.

TENNESSEE TITANS: Ryan Tannehill leads a higher volume passing attack featuring A.J. Brown and Julio Jones. Ryan Tannehill is a Top 10 fantasy quarterback in 2021 and leads the Tennessee Titans to an AFC South division title.


DENVER BRONCOS: Javonte Williams is the top rookie fantasy running back in 2021, even outscoring Najee Harris. Williams takes the reigns of the Broncos’ backfield from game one and never looks back. Javonte Williams is a Top 15 fantasy back in 2021.

KANSAS CITY CHIEFS: Patrick Mahomes replicates his 2018 season and throws 50 touchdown passes en route to being the top player in all of Fantasy Football and winning a 2nd MVP award.

LAS VEGAS RAIDERS: Bryan Edwards and not Henry Ruggs III emerges as the top receiving option for the Las Vegas Raiders. In doing so, Edwards eclipses 1,000 yards receiving in his second season.

LOS ANGELES CHARGERS: Austin Ekeler makes his case for fantasy MVP with over 1,600 total yards, 70 receptions, and a top-five finish at the running back position.


DALLAS COWBOYS: CeeDee Lamb emerges as the Dallas Cowboys’ top pass-catching option and becomes a star at the NFL level. 1,200 receiving yards and double-digit touchdowns make CeeDee Lamb a top-five fantasy wide receiver in 2021.

NEW YORK GIANTS: Saquon Barkley eases into the regular season, but he takes off like a rocket ship in the second half of the year and leads many fantasy teams to a fantasy title. Barkley finishes as a Top 5 fantasy back.

PHILADELPHIA EAGLES: DeVonta Smith eclipses 100 receptions during his rookie season, outproducing Ja’Marr Chase and the rest of the rookie wide receivers. Smith finishes the season as a Top 15 fantasy wide receiver.

WASHINGTON FRANCHISE TEAM: Antonio Gibson takes on the Christian McCaffrey role for the Washington Football team and becomes an every-down back. The positive momentum continues all season. Antonio Gibson finishes the 2021 season as a Top 5 fantasy running back. 


CHICAGO BEARS: Justin Fields leads all rookie quarterbacks in Fantasy points per game. Fields will finish as a Top 12 fantasy quarterback. Justin Fields wins the NFL Rookie of the Year.

DETROIT LIONS: D’Andre Swift overcomes the naysayers and an atrocious team around him and still produces a Top 12 fantasy running back season. 

GREEN BAY PACKERS: A.J. Dillon becomes a touchdown machine for the Green Bay Packers offense as he scores double-digit touchdowns in 2021.

MINNESOTA VIKINGS: Adam Thielen puts together one last, strong season for the Minnesota Vikings. Adam Thielen reached 90 receptions, 1,000 yards, and 10 touchdowns for the Minnesota Vikings.


ATLANTA FALCONS: Kyle Pitts is everything that we all hope he will be and then some. The sensational rookie tight end obliterates all expectations as he eclipses 1,000 yards receiving and finishes the season as a top-three fantasy tight end.

CAROLINA PANTHERS: D.J. Moore takes the next step to the superstardom that we have been waiting on. Moore leads a surprisingly prolific Panthers’ offense and is a top-five wide receiver in 2021.

NEW ORLEANS SAINTS: Marquez Callaway leads the New Orleans Saints in all receiving categories while Michael Thomas is on the shelf. Even when Michael Thomas returns, Callaway has a secure role in the Saints’ offense. Callaway ends the season with over 800 receiving yards and eight receiving touchdowns.

TAMPA BAY BUCCANEERS: Tom Brady keeps getting it done well into his 40s. Brady holds off ‘father time’ for one more season as he produces a Top 5 fantasy season at the quarterback position. 


ARIZONA CARDINALS: Chase Edmonds secures the primary role in the backfield for the Arizona Cardinals. Edmonds finishes the 2021 season as a Top 12 fantasy running back.

LOS ANGELES RAMS: Matthew Stafford and Sean McVay are on a rampage in 2021. Matthew Stafford has the best statistical season of his career. Stafford finishes the season as a Top 5 fantasy quarterback. BONUS BOLD PREDICTION: Matthew Stafford leads the Los Angeles Rams to a Super Bowl title.

SAN FRANCISCO 49ERS: Trey Lance becomes the fantasy football playoff MVP as he goes nuclear down the stretch. Trey Lance will win many teams their fantasy title.

SEATTLE SEAHAWKS: Gerald Everett emerges from obscurity in his first season in Seattle and becomes a surprise Top 10 fantasy option at the tight end position.

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