Potential Busts: RB Damien Williams, Kansas City Chiefs

Damien Williams helped the Chiefs win a Super Bowl, but he's likely going to be a fantasy handcuff this year.

Potential Busts: RB Nick Chubb, Cleveland Browns

Nick Chubb was impressive for Cleveland last season, but he might not be ready to make the leap that many are expecting in 2020.

Fantasy Implications: Cam Newton to New England

Cam Newton makes the Patriots a much better football team, but it's hard to see him having a huge fantasy impact.

Potential Busts: RB James Conner, Pittsburgh Steelers

James Conner's durability is a concern, which makes it hard to believe in him as a fantasy contributor.

Potential Busts: WR Odell Beckham, Cleveland Browns

Until Baker Mayfield figures things out, it's hard to trust Odell Beckham as a fantasy receiver.

Potential Busts: WR Keenan Allen, Los Angeles Chargers

Without Philip Rivers, Keenan Allen could be in for a disappointing season.

Potential Busts: QB Baker Mayfield, Cleveland Browns

The Browns invested heavily in their offense this offseason, but the signing of Case Keenum doesn't bode well for Baker Mayfield.

Potential Busts: QB Ryan Tannehill, Tennessee Titans

Ryan Tannehill shocked the world with a remarkable 2019 season, but he won't catch anybody by surprise in 2020.

Sleeper Candidates: TE David Njoku, Cleveland Browns

The arrival of Austin Hooper might seem like bad news, but David Njoku will still have opportunities to make plays.

Sleeper Candidates: TE Chris Herndon, New York Jets

Last season was a disappointing one for Chris Herndon, but he should be able to rebound in 2020.

Sleeper Candidates: TE Tyler Higbee, Los Angeles Rams

Tyler Higbee was unstoppable late in the 2019 season, so look for him to truly breakout next year.

Sleeper Candidates: RB Nyheim Hines, Indianapolis Colts

Nyheim Hines should see a bit of a fantasy resurgence with Philip Rivers under center in Indianapolis.