2015 Outlook: Following a dreadful start to the 2014 season (he caught just six balls for 85 yards and no TDs in his first three games), Smith exploded to the tune of 43-682-11 and was fantasy's No. 14 WR the rest of the way. His post-Ravens touchdown rate is all but guaranteed to regress, especially in a San Francisco offense that scored 13 fewer touchdowns than Baltimore last season. But Smith remains one of the game's most explosive deep threats, ranking in the top 10 in average depth of target in each of his first four NFL seasons. Even if he isn't a target hog, those big plays will again give him some fantasy appeal.
2015 Outlook: Every year we anticipate Boldin's inevitable decline, and every year he defies the odds. His consistency has been something to marvel at: In 2014, he caught 83 of 121 targets for 1,062 yards and five touchdowns. The year before, he hauled in 85 of 123 targets for 1,179 yards and seven touchdowns. What's more, the 34-year-old handled an amazing 90 percent of the 49ers' offensive snaps last season -- his highest total since 2010. Even with Torrey Smith in the fold, Boldin enters 2015 as Colin Kaepernick's top target, which gives him a decent chance to outperform this ranking.