2014 Outlook: Carolina wanted to give Cam Newton a big target, and wide receivers don't get much bigger than Benjamin. His 6-foot-5, 241-pound frame made him the tallest and heaviest at his position in this year's draft. That size comes at a price; his 4.61 40 was eighth slowest among WRs at the combine. And while Benjamin did catch the game winner in the national championship game, he saw only 142 targets during his two-year Florida State career. The ultimate boom/bust talent from this year's draft, Benjamin is, at best, worth monitoring on your waiver wire.
2014 Outlook: Pittsburgh signed Moore with the hope that he can return to 2012 form. That was his only 1,000-yard season and one of only two in which he's had 100-plus targets. In total, he scored 6 TDs and registered a top-25 fantasy year (9.1 points per game). The 2013 version of Moore saw his targets cut in half (52) and his fantasy points per game drop by 57 percent (3.9). The Steelers have a history of getting quality production out of older players, but the 31-year-old Moore won't likely rise to fantasy relevance.
2014 Outlook: Utility players like McCluster are often underused, but that won't be the case with Ken Whisenhunt. Last season Whiz found myriad ways to get Danny Woodhead the ball in San Diego, which led to Woodhead's No. 19 ranking in points among RBs (132). McCluster's receiving skills are equal to or better than Woodhead's, and as a rusher, McCluster is only two seasons removed from posting a 7.7 GBYPA (good-blocking yards per attempt). For some context, Woodhead posted a 5.7 GBYPA that season under Whisenhunt. There are worse lottery tickets to snag than McCluster.