3. Will Dallas' defense be the MVP of fantasy football? The Cowboys were historically inept on defense in 2013, and they'll begin 2014 without their four best players from last season. Their offensive opponents could set records against this band of misfits on a weekly basis.
4. Can the Eagles' offense take another step forward under Chip Kelly? Nick Foles was en fuego in 2013 thanks in large part to DeSean Jackson's explosiveness. Will Maclin's return, Darren Sproles' arrival, and Zach Ertz's development make up for Jackson's departure?
5. Is Montee Ball the next Terrell Davis, or at least the next Knowshon Moreno? Millions of fantasy owners have placed a massive bet on Ball by investing their first pick in the promising, yet still unproven, tailback. An appendectomy cost him valuable reps this preseason, so how quickly he assumes a workhorse role in Denver's offense is to be seen.
6. What about You-Know-Who in Cleveland? Personally, I'm not all that interested in the Browns' QB battle, mostly because Josh Gordon is out of the picture. How quickly Johnny Manziel unseats Brian Hoyer is likely of little consequence in fantasy circles this season.
7. How will the Saints' RB committee shake out? Mark Ingram heads into the season as the starter, but we know he's a nonfactor in the passing game. Pierre Thomas slipped behind Khiry Robinson on the depth chart, yet his receiving prowess can't be overlooked in this offense. Will this be a three-headed monster or will one tailback emerge as a consistent fantasy contributor?
8. Which rookies will make an immediate impact? Bishop Sankey will be given every opportunity to secure the lead RB role in Tennessee, but he must first eliminate his fumbling issues. Watkins and Mike Evans could light the world on fire, or take months to adapt to the pro game.
9. What's up with all these new kickers? Brandon McManus will mind the store in Denver until Matt Prater returns from his four-game suspension. The Cardinals are rolling with rookie Chandler Catanzaro, the Lions drafted Nate Freese, and the Bucs are trusting rookie Patrick Murray. Alex Henery is looking for work after being run out of Philly by Cody Parkey. Rookie Cairo Santos beat out incumbent Ryan Succop for the Chiefs' job; but Succop could find a new home in Tennessee, where Travis Coons thought he had solidified his hold on the kicking duties. And the Saints are still shopping for a kicker after releasing both players vying for the job, including veteran Shayne Graham.
10. Can Matty Ice and the Falcons' receivers get their mojo back? Last season was a disaster for those invested in Atlanta's passing game, primarily due to the loss of Julio Jones and lingering injuries to Roddy White. Matt Ryan was awful at times. Now that his starting wideouts are back, can Ryan rekindle his aerial exploits, without Gonzo's help down the middle?