2014 Fantasy Football: 10 Rookies Primed for Big Fantasy Production

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2014 Fantasy Football: 10 Rookies Primed for Big Fantasy Production
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Bishop Sankey, RB, Tennessee Titans

You can all exhale now!

After months of discussion and debate, the NFL draft is finally complete. We can now start talking about the impact incoming rookies will have on the field, and, of course, how that will relate to fantasy production.

There will be some adjustments for these players to make and this is not a decisive list of the top 10 rookies based on talent. The players mentioned in this slideshow have the best opportunity (key word being opportunity) for immediate success. Running backs like Jeremy Hill, Tre Mason and Ka'Deem Carey are blocked, or will share time, with other reliable backs, so their impact could be minimal this year. Some receivers, like Brandin Cooks for example, may also need some time to adapt to the intricacies of the NFL.

Also, quarterbacks (especially Johnny Manziel) are a bit of a question mark, so they will be absent from this post.

In this slideshow, are the 10 best prospects (ranked in order of fantasy relevance) with the greatest chance for instant fantasy success.

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