2014 Outlook: Green is the reigning WR target champion (178) and might be the most dangerous deep threat in the league. His 8 TDs on vertical throws was tied for tops among wide receivers, and no one had more fantasy points per game on stretch vertical passes (5.9). The reason we don't rank him in the top two? The up-and-down Andy Dalton is still under center, and pass-friendly offensive coordinator Jay Gruden is now the head man in Washington. But Green, who has missed only one game in his three NFL seasons, is still one of the safest WR1 picks.
2014 Outlook: In 2012, Moore jumped out of the gate with 34 catches for 575 yards and 5 TDs in his first eight games. He followed that up with just 17-166-2 in his remaining seven contests. He repeated the pattern again last season: 32-513-4 through eight games and 14-182-1 down the stretch. The road won't be any smoother this year as Moore competes for long-distance passes with James Jones and Rod Streater. The point? Don't draft Moore, but if you do, trade him midseason.
2014 Outlook: Jones suffered a broken foot in camp and is expected to miss the Bengals' first three games and return in Week 5, following the team's bye week. It's disappointing news, following an impressive year-two bump. A fifth-rounder in 2012, Jones had minimal impact as a rookie, catching 18 balls and scoring only once. Last year he made it into the end zone 10 times, including nine scores inside the red zone. The only player with more? Dez Bryant. For some context, Jones caught 86 percent of targets inside the 20; his Bengals counterpart A.J. Green snagged only 43 percent for 4 TDs. New playcaller Hue Jackson promises a more run-centric attack, so it wouldn't be a huge surprise if Jones' TDs were cut in half this season.