2014 Fantasy Football: Top Five Patriots To Draft

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Jan 19, 2014; Denver, CO, USA; New England Patriots wide receiver Aaron Dobson (17) runs against Denver Broncos free safety Mike Adams (20) in the first half during the 2013 AFC championship playoff football game at Sports Authority Field at Mile High. Mandatory Credit: Chris Humphreys-USA TODAY Sports

 

5. Aaron Dobson

Last year, Aaron Dobson struggled to get going in his first year in the NFL. He missed four games due to injury, and never seemed to flash that talent we all saw in him coming out of Marshall. However I am expecting big things from him in 2014. For wide receivers, the second year is where we see them make the biggest jump, and Dobson is in prime position to make a huge leap this year. He has all the physical traits needed to become a star in this league, but he just has to learn to stay healthy, and hold onto the damn football. Based off of everything I have heard, his foot injury should be healed enough for him to be 100% come September, which is great news for Dobson, the Patriots, and fantasy owners everywhere. In order for the Pats offense to take off this year, they will need Dobson to show up, and I think that will really drive him to have an extremely productive season.

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  • Carlos

    i agree with just about everything that was said above. Of course Tom Brady will perform as he always has. Its going to be a top team and one thats hard to beat. Being that Brady is probably the best QB today. its going
    to be a good year for the Pats and they will once more be knocking at the super bowl door.

  • http://sbpra.com/paulvsuffriti Paul V. Suffriti

    I think that all of your picks are solid….if I could add a player that will have a breakout season it would be Vereen…he should see a bigger role on offense.

    • Cyrus Geller

      I was going back and forth between him, and Dobson. Both of their success hinges on their health, and I think they both will have excellent seasons.