2015 Outlook: Since finishing second among wide receivers in fantasy points back in 2010, Bowe has ranked 20th, 46th, 47th and 61st over the past four seasons. The reason for the decline? He scored a league-high 15 touchdowns during his 2010 breakout season but has mustered just 13 TDs in the past four years combined. To be sure, Alex Smith's dink-and-dunk style didn't jibe with Bowe's downfield ability, but fantasy points will be even harder to come by in Cleveland, with Josh McCown and/or Johnny Manziel under center. At this point, Bowe is barely worth having on your roster.
2015 Outlook: During his first season in Cleveland, Hawkins was on the field for just over 73 percent of the team's pass plays when active and averaged a healthy 6.7 targets per game. The consistent workload (primarily due to Josh Gordon's suspension) resulted in 63 receptions, 824 yards and a pair of TDs. Elite with the ball in his hands, Hawkins is averaging 6.7 yards after the catch per reception since entering the NFL (second overall). At 5-foot-7, 180 pounds, he's not a serious threat for TDs; only two of his 101 targets in 2014 came while he was within six yards of the end zone. Hawkins, now 29, is worth only a bench spot in PPR leagues.