Larry Fitzgerald (ADP 6.05)
Larry Fitzgerald is as consistent as they come in fantasy football. Fitzgerald finished as the WR 11 in PPR leagues last season and the WR 20 in standard leagues. In 2015, he finished as the WR 7 in PPR and WR 11 in standard. People are turned off from Fitzgerald due to his age and the fear of regression, which I don’t see happening this year (or at least not enough to take away his fantasy football relevance). If you can draft Fitzgerald, who is almost a lock for a top 24 WR in PPR leagues in the 6th round, that is a steal you should be more than happy about.
DeVante Parker (8.11)
The loss of Ryan Tannehill actually really benefited DeVante Parker in terms of fantasy production, in my opinion. Jay Cutler loves big bodied receivers, as shown in the past with Alshon Jeffery and Brandon Marshall. Look for Parker to see many more targets, including red-zone looks this season from Cutler. I would not be shocked to see Parker finish anywhere from the WR10-20 range this season. Drafting him in the back of the 8th or top of the 9th is a steal.
On to the TEs…