Arizona Cardinals: DeAndre Hopkins does not finish as a top 12 wide receiver
The Cardinals were better when they took more of a run-first approach in 2019, instead of the air raid. Christian Kirk and Larry Fitzgerald both had over 100 targets and there is no way Hopkins will get the 150 he is usually accustomed to.
Atlanta Falcons: Hayden Hurst finishes as a top 4 tight end
Hurst should slide right into Austin Hooper's 2019 role. Matt Ryan called him the most athletic tight end he's ever played with (that includes Tony Gonzalez). Hurst was a first-round pick for a reason and is going to show it in 2020.
Baltimore Ravens: Marquise Brown finishes as a WR1
The Ravens are going to have to pass the ball a bit more this year. Brown played the entirety of the 2019 season with a screw in his foot and will be the top receiver in this offense.
Buffalo Bills: Zack Moss is the clear RB1 by the end of the season
Devin Singletary is having fumbling issues in camp. Add that to the fact that Moss is bigger and a better receiving back and you have yourself an RB1.
Carolina Panthers: DJ Moore finishes as a top 5 receiver
DJ Moore played well with one of the worst quarterbacks in the league. Now, Teddy Bridgewater is at the helm, and in a playmaker in space offense, Moore should thrive.
Chicago Bears: So does Allen Robinson
Allen Robinson was the WR8, playing in one of the worst offenses in the NFL. Better quarterback play is expected this year with Trubisky and Foles, so can Allen Robinson possibly get worse?
Cincinnati Bengals: The two Joe's finish top 8 at their position
This might not be as much of a stretch for Mixon, but this offense should be much better even though Burrow is a rookie. The offensive line should be much better this year and they have A.J. Green back.
Cleveland Browns: Nick Chubb finishes as an RB2
Chubb was an RB2 last season when Hunt was there and Hunt should be even more involved this year. Kareem Hunt will take too many touches from Chubb and make him an RB2.
Dallas Cowboys: Blake Jarwin finishes as a top 10 tight end
Blake Jarwin might be the fourth target on this team, but don't underestimate his ability in the red zone. Jason Witten was thrown the ball 83 times last year and that is the floor for Jarwin.
Denver Broncos: Phillip Lindsay finishes the season with more touches than Melvin Gordon
We went into the shortened training camp thinking there would be a 60-40 split between Gordon and Lindsay. Now, it seems that the split is more 50-50 and almost leaning in Lindsay's direction.
Detroit Lions: Both Kerryon Johnson and D'Andre Swift finish as RB3s or lower
This is mainly due to their injuries. If they were both on the field, they would likely be RB2s, but they are both injury-prone running backs who won't see the field enough to be RB2s.
Green Bay Packers: Robert Tonyan is a TE1
With DaVante Adams as the only reliable target for Aaron Rodgers, that opens the door for anyone to emerge. Jace Sternberger went into camp as the starting tight end, but Tonyan took that job signaling the Packers really like him.
Houston Texans: Brandin Cooks and Will Fuller will both finish in the top 10 in fantasy points per game
Someone has to take Hopkins' vacated targets and they are going to go to both of these receivers. Fuller and Cooks have both proved they are fantastic when healthy and will continue to do so this year.
Indianapolis Colts: Michael Pittman finishes as a top 24 receiver
Phillip Rivers is going to have to throw to someone on this team. He has T.Y. Hilton, but a bunch of question marks after. Pittman will emerge from the question marks and finish as a WR2.
Jacksonville Jaguars: Gardner Minshew finishes as a top 12 quarterback
The Jaguars have just waived Mike Glennon and Joshua Dobbs signaling their confidence in Minshew as the QB1. Minshew should play well as the Jaguars figure out their runningback situation
Kansas City Chiefs: They will have a Top 5 QB, RB, WR, and TE
This Chiefs offense is going to be special this year. Mahomes just signed the biggest contract in NFL history and will lead this offense to 4 different top 5 fantasy finishes
Las Vegas Raiders: Both rookie WRs finish in the top 30 wide receivers
The Raiders are going to sling the ball around this season. We have already heard great things about Ruggs and Edwards in training camp and that will continue into the season.
Los Angeles Chargers: Austin Ekeler finishes as a top 3 running back
His receptions and yards will go down, but that will be outmatched by his increased attempts and yards. He has gotten a lot stronger this offseason with the hopes the Chargers will use him as a 3-down running back.
Los Angeles Rams: Cooper Kupp finishes as a WR3 or lower
Kupp was graded as one of the worst receivers against man-coverage in 2020 and will be seeing a lot of that as the Rams more to 12 personnel.
Miami Dolphins: Preston Williams outscores DeVante Parker
Williams did this while he was healthy and will do it again this year. His physical tools are unmatched and will be a problem in the red zone.
Minnesota Vikings: Kirk Cousins finishes as a QB1
Cousins was very close to doing this last year but ended up just short. He will have more games with over 30 attempts as they try to preserve Dalvin Cook
New England Patriots: Julian Edelman repeats as a top 12 receiver
Edelman is going in the 8th round and that baffles me. Even if Cam Newton can't throw accurately, he is going to be able to throw short crossing routes, which Edelman excels at.
New Orleans Saints: Taysom Hill finishes as a top 12 tight end
Taysom has gotten better and better every year and scored over 100 fantasy points in 2019. The TE12 scored 136 fantasy points in 2019 and Hill is a candidate for that because of his gadget-like usage.
New York Giants: Darius Slayton finishes as a top 20 wide receiver
Daniel Jones showed his chemistry with the rookie in 2019 and that should only get better in 2020. Both Sterling Sheperd and Golden Tate are best in the slot, which only one of them can play.
New York Jets: Le'Veon Bell finishes as the 25th ranked running back or below
Bell had 3.2 yards per carry last year playing for the worst coach in the NFL. Adam Gase has already said he wants Frank Gore to have a big role and that should mean something coming from the person who traded away Jay Ajayi and benched Kenyan Drake for Frank Gore.
Philadelphia Eagles: Dallas Goedert outscores Zach Ertz
The Eagles are in love with Dallas Goedert and Zach Ertz has received fewer and fewer targets each year since Goedert was drafted. Ertz might hold out due to contract disputes, which would certainly help Goedert's case.
Pittsburgh Steelers: Ben Roethlisberger finishes as a top 5 quarterback
Big Ben is completely healthy after an elbow injury he's had his whole career. That should make him as accurate as ever and receivers like JuJu Smith-Schuster, Diontae Johnson, and Chase Claypool should help him get there.
San Francisco 49ers: Jerick McKinnon leads all 49ers running backs in fantasy points per game
Mckinnon will do this because of his receiving upside. If he plays the whole season, I would just say fantasy points, but Mckinnon is very injury-prone.
Seattle Seahawks: Chris Carson finishes as an RB3 or lower
This is mainly due to his injuries and the addition of Carlos Hyde. Hyde will certainly take volume away from the player who hasn't finished a season since high school and make him finish outside the top 24 running backs.
Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Mike Evans finishes outside the top 12 receivers
It seems Chris Godwin is the favorite of Tom Brady and Rob Gronkowski has just signed. Evans won't see enough targets for top 12 numbers
Tennessee Titans: Derrick Henry finishes outside the top 10 running backs
Henry is going to get a ton of volume but won't get enough in the receiving game to finish inside the top 10. With Henry's bulldozing running style, look out for injuries and all of those carries will have to take a toll on his body.
Washington Football Team: Terry McLaurin finishes as a WR1
Terry Mclaurin already has chemistry with Dwayne Haskins as they played a full season at Ohio State. Someone has to gain yards on this offense and look for Terry McLaurin to be a breakout at the receiver position.
Do you have any bold prediction you would add? Let me know in the comments. Remember, you might not agree with all of these, but they are called bold predictions for a reason.