2. Martavis Bryant, WR-Pittsburgh Steelers

Martavis Bryant made the most of his opportunities in 2014.  While he only made 26 receptions last season, eight of them went for touchdowns.

The Pittsburgh Steelers have gone from ground and pound football to a relentless air attack led by quarterback Ben Roethlisberger and wide receiver Antonio Brown.

Bryant is currently the number three wide receiver on the depth chart, but with there will be plenty of targets to go around.  With teams keying on Brown and Le’Veon Bell, Bryant will find a way to up his touchdown total from last season.

While not an every week wide receiver, to start the season, Bryant will be ready for an every week role soon enough.

You could do a lot worse in your flex spot, especially on bye weeks, then a guy with the potential to get in the end zone every week.  Expect an increase in yards and receptions this season and double digit touchdown potential.