5. Julio Jones, ATL
It was an inconsistent ride, but Julio managed to reach the Top 10 (eighth to be exact) in his second year. As if that weren’t enough, fantasy owners certainly hopped aboard the hype train again after Jones' playoff performance against the 49ers (11 catches, 182 yards, two TDs). Roddy White hasn’t gone anywhere though (more on him shortly), and with two elite WRs, Matt Ryan doesn’t have to force-feed either. Jones has supplanted White as the top option in Atlanta but won’t reach the top of the fantasy ranking with White (and Tony Gonzalez) still producing.