9. Jonathan Stewart, RB-Panthers
With seven seasons now under his belt, Jonathan Stewart assumes the role of a reemerging fantasy star.
Stewart ended 2014 playing the best he has in years. With no DeAngelo Williams to get in the way, Stewart finished two out of the last four regular season games with over 100 rushing yards, the first time he’s had two 100 yard rushing games since 2010. He carried that success into the playoffs where he had another 100 yard game against the Cardinals, and made the Panthers run game look the best it has in quite awhile. With Williams gone,
Stewart will take most of the carries for the Panthers, especially on the goal line, as he looks to re-spark the Panthers offense which has sizzled out a little with Cam Newton’s injuries.