3 Jared COOK
COOK'S 2011 stat line hides how strong he finished the season (two 100-yard games in December). Tennessee coaches attributed it to Cook's growing confidence; now he must become a more consistent weapon to gain the confidence of fantasy owners. It's a sound bet that he will. The Titans are committed to building their passing offense, and the return of Kenny Britt should help Cook's development, as it will attract defensive attention away from the middle of the field.
4 Randall COBB
DON'T WORRY about how many Green Bay receivers there are to choose from; somehow Aaron Rodgers makes stars out of them all. Cobb is ready for his turn. He's slippery, capable of the home run and can be used in a variety of sets near the goal line. Soon you can expect him to bump James Jones from the No. 3 spot on the depth chart.
5 Eric DECKER