Coby Fleener, TE
There's no doubt that Fleener's new situation in New Orleans gives him a tremendous boost in potential value this season. He leaves a shared role with Dwayne Allen in Indianapolis to be the primary tight end in an offense desperate for a strong pass-catching option to complement the likes of Brandin Cooks and Willie Snead. But while the situation has improved, those who assume he will be the next Jimmy Graham circa 2013 need to temper their expectations. That's not to say that he can't put up outstanding numbers, but you simply cannot assume he will just because he's now with the team. He will certainly see his fair share of targets, but he needs to establish a strong and trusted rapport with quarterback Drew Brees during the preseason before he becomes a primary target.