Fantasy football owners, remember the hype surrounding Brandon Lloyd entering the 2012 season?
After breaking onto the scene in Josh McDaniels' offense in Denver and St. Louis, most fantasy football owners had Lloyd bound to be a top-20 fantasy football receiver with the knowledge he was going to be featured by the New England Patriots.
What ended up happening?
Lloyd was a major letdown, finishing the season with only 911 yards and four touchdowns, which led to his release this offseason.
With the 2013 fantasy football season right around the corner, owners do not want to make the same mistake as they did last year by taking a player on a new team extremely early in their league's draft. Here is a breakdown of the fantasy football potential for NFL players that are going to suiting up for different teams next season.