2013 Outlook: Wilson fits the breakout mold. Ahmad Bradshaw is gone from Gotham, leaving a void in the Giants' backfield. Andre Brown was impressive last year scoring eight TDs in a short-yardage role, but he fractured a leg in the final preseason game. A ringside seat in a potentially high-powered offense is available, and Wilson has the speed and toughness to take advantage. Poor ball security earned him Tom Coughlin's ire early in his rookie year, but explosive plays on the ground and on special teams whetted New York's appetite. Squint when you're looking at Wilson and you see C.J. Spiller, and a Spiller-esque leap is a real possibility in '13. The Giants don't trust Wilson implicitly in pass protection yet, so they'll likely seek a veteran backup. But Wilson is a fantasy starter in all leagues.
2013 Outlook: Brown brings 224 pounds worth of thump to his runs, he's strong in pass protection, and while it takes him a while to get up to top speed, he's not slow once he gets there. He also scored all eight of his TDs last season from inside an opponent's 2. But he's been immensely injury-prone throughout his four-year NFL career, and fractured his leg in the final preseason game. He will miss the Giants' first eight games, so he no longer looks like anything but a deep-league handcuff to David Wilson.