10. Charles Johnson
Three things have changed for the Minnesota Vikings’ offense since the beginning of last year: Teddy Bridgewater has the potential to be their first competent quarterback since Brett Favre’s cameo, the great Adrian Peterson is back, and Cordarrelle Patterson, the player with so much fantasy buzz last year, has been exposed as a situational player. This means one of their pass catchers will have a solid fantasy year. After Charles Johnson put up 415 receiving yards in the last six weeks of the season, there is a chance he will be the beneficiary of the improved offense.