Imagine at your work every year, like clockwork, a crop of new fresh resumes lands on your boss’s desk. He pours over them, hand selects a few that he thinks will make the company better and brings them on board. These new guys are fresh, they’re talented (albeit they need some training), and they are being paid a lot less than you. They may have been brought in to make your job easier, but they also could be there to replace you. Pretty terrifying notion and I’d imagine you’d rather not have them come in at all.

Such is the life of an NFL player. The annual shakeup that comes along with the draft is a near certainty. There are several ways a fantasy asset can win or lose based on the groceries that are selected and in these next two articles we are going to look at some of the winners and losers. In this article we’ll talk winners. Now, rather than do what most fantasy writers do and just say, “Parris Campbell and N’Keal Harry landed with Andrew Luck and Tom Brady and they...