The second-year stars may be the most important in fantasy football. For the most part we know what we’re getting from the established players and rookies are a crap shoot. However, it’s those sophomore guys that can make-or-break a fantasy season. Which guys will develop into super stars and who will hit the dreaded sophomore slump?
QB — Teddy Bridgewater, MIN
Bridgewater is the best quarterback in his class and now has some weapons to work with. He came on very strong down the stretch last season and now has Mike Wallace, Adrian Peterson and a healthy Kyle Rudolph at his disposal. It can’t be overstated how much pressure AP will take off of the young QB. Wallace wasn’t great in Miami, however, he is a much better fit in Minnesota. On top of all that, he still has Charles Johnson, Jarius Wright and even Cordarrelle Patterson to target as well. Look for Teddy Pain to take that next big step this season. [Read more…]