Complete 2014 Projections

The default order for player projections is based on ESPN.com's recommended draft rankings, which take into account projected total points as well as upside and risk.

Position: ALL | QB | RB | WR | TE | D/ST | K | FLEX
     
PROJECTED 2014 SEASON STATS
46. Jimmy Clausen, Chi QBYEARC/AYDSTDINTRUSHYDSTDPTS
2013 Statistics0/00000000
2014 Projections43/784562436016
47. Bruce Gradkowski, Pit QBYEARC/AYDSTDINTRUSHYDSTDPTS
2013 Statistics0/00000000
2014 Projections40/6940944727024
2014 Outlook: If you're looking for a rough diamond, keep looking. For starters, Gradkowski is a backup quarterback in a run-first offense in a bad-weather city. As if that wasn't bad enough, his career-high completion percentage is an underwhelming 54.7 -- and in his 20 career starts, he's averaged 165 yards and about 1 TD/INT per game. You have to consider, of course, Ben Roethlisberger's injury history: Big Ben has started all 16 games only twice in his 10-year career. But even if Gradkowski sees the field for a game or two, he has all the makings of a subpar QB3.
48. Derek Carr, Oak QBYEARC/AYDSTDINTRUSHYDSTDPTS
2013 Statistics--/----------------
2014 Projections68/126779581442033
49. Case Keenum, Hou QBYEARC/AYDSTDINTRUSHYDSTDPTS
2013 Statistics137/2531760961472197
2014 Projections60/10167554920039
50. T.J. Yates, Atl QBYEARC/AYDSTDINTRUSHYDSTDPTS
2013 Statistics15/2211302100-1
2014 Projections0/00000000
51. Terrelle Pryor, Sea QBYEARC/AYDSTDINTRUSHYDSTDPTS
2013 Statistics156/2721798711835762132
2014 Projections7/1287101155118
2014 Outlook: With 576 rushing yards (second among QBs), Pryor was a huge fantasy asset last season. His 14.8 points per start was higher than those of Jay Cutler (14.5), Ryan Tannehill (14.1) and Carson Palmer (13.1). That will obviously change now that Pryor is in Seattle after the Super Bowl champs forked over a seventh-rounder to snag him from Oakland. For now, it appears that Tarvaris Jackson -- who re-signed with the Seahawks for one year and $1.25 million this offseason -- is the No. 2 QB, leaving Pryor as third banana. It's a shame that, barring a couple of injuries, such a fantasy talent will see limited playing time.
52. Blaine Gabbert, SF QBYEARC/AYDSTDINTRUSHYDSTDPTS
2013 Statistics42/8648117932010
2014 Projections2/317003-300
53. Tarvaris Jackson, Sea QBYEARC/AYDSTDINTRUSHYDSTDPTS
2013 Statistics10/131511041115
2014 Projections6/1067004902
2014 Outlook: Jackson turned a wild ride on the NFL QB carousel (three cities in four seasons) into a Super Bowl ring last year, but he did so with only 39 snaps to his credit. In 2011, when he started 14 games for the Seahawks, he proved he could be a decent fantasy commodity, scoring 146 points (22nd among QBs). So if he had to fill in for an injured Russell Wilson, Jackson would likely match or exceed those numbers. But given Wilson's impressive health history (one missed start in college or pros since 2008) and Jackson's inability to be a running threat like backup Terrelle Pryor, don't expect Jackson to take many snaps under center.
54. Matt Moore, Mia QBYEARC/AYDSTDINTRUSHYDSTDPTS
2013 Statistics2/65302000-2
2014 Projections7/14101012-102
55. Matt Hasselbeck, Ind QBYEARC/AYDSTDINTRUSHYDSTDPTS
2013 Statistics7/12130012-202
2014 Projections5/958002002
56. Ryan Mallett, NE QBYEARC/AYDSTDINTRUSHYDSTDPTS
2013 Statistics0/00000000
2014 Projections2/314002-300
57. Kellen Clemens, SD QBYEARC/AYDSTDINTRUSHYDSTDPTS
2013 Statistics142/2421673872364079
2014 Projections0/00000000
58. Tyrod Taylor, Bal QBYEARC/AYDSTDINTRUSHYDSTDPTS
2013 Statistics1/520186402
2014 Projections3/51700106506
59. Jason Campbell, Cin QBYEARC/AYDSTDINTRUSHYDSTDPTS
2013 Statistics180/3172015118141070107
2014 Projections0/00000000
60. Ryan Nassib, NYG QBYEARC/AYDSTDINTRUSHYDSTDPTS
2013 Statistics0/00000000
2014 Projections0/00000000