2014 Outlook: Twenty-seven million. That's the guaranteed dollar figure on Wallace's contract. The primary purpose of Miami's splashy signing last offseason was to give QB Ryan Tannehill a much-needed deep threat. To be sure, Wallace didn't lack for stretch vertical opportunities in 2013 (32 such targets, fourth in the NFL), but quantity didn't lead to productivity in this case. He ranked 30th among receivers with 30 fantasy points on stretch vertical passes. Don't hope for anything better than flex-level production from Wallace until he and Tannehill start converting those downfield chances into more points.
2014 Outlook: For the second consecutive year, Hartline posted more than 70 catches and 1,000 yards. He also bested highly touted teammate Mike Wallace in catches and yards despite being targeted eight fewer times. His 130 targets tied for 19th among WRs and placed him just ahead of Anquan Boldin, DeSean Jackson, Jordy Nelson and Victor Cruz. So why isn't Hartline ranked higher? Since 2012, he's been held under 100 yards in 27 of his 32 games and has only 5 TDs.