From http://www.tulsaworld.com/blogs/ sportspost.aspx?Some_early_fantasy_football_sleepers/44-15170:
QB Jay Cutler, Bears: Stop laughing. New scheme that made Daunte Culpepper a fantasy stud. He gets back the guy who catch more than 100 of his passes a few seasons ago, Brandon Marshall. Those other receivers who have been forced to be the No. 1 guy are allowed to go to their natural positions. The new running back Michael Bush won't catch the ball much, forcing more throws. That might easily be 30 touchdowns.
QB Matt Flynn, Seahawks: He has people to throw to and the offense can run the ball. A bad defense means he will be on the field a lot.
RB Fred Jackson, Bills: With a better defense comes more carries for a running back. Jackson was a stud before getting hurt. He has no competition and right now is ranked way too low. Could be a top 10 guy.
LaMichael James, 49ers: Could be the next Darren Sproles. The 49ers aren't going to become a passing threat with Alex Smith under center. Frank Gore is still your main man, but I see a lot of screens coming out of this team. Without a No. 1 receiver (apologies to the unretired Randy Moss) James could be the one getting a lot of attention.
Felix Jones, Cowboys: He finally gets one of the league's best fullbacks to run behind. DeMarco Murray is in the mix, sure, but Jones may be the home run threat you can get a lot later. Mike Goodson, Raiders: So far, Darren McFadden can't stay healthy. Now that Michael Bush is in Chicago, Goodson is the only guy left. And he's shown he can get yards behind a decent offensive line.
Doug Martin Bucs: If Robert Griffin III doesn't win rookie of the year, I think this guy does. He is going to start and be on a better coached team than took the field last year. Oh, and the new coach likes to run down people's throats.
WR Robert Meachem, Chargers: The BTW Hornet is now the No. 1 threat in San Diego who feed receivers a lot. Can he fight a double team, which he never had in New Orleans. I say yes.
Reggie Wayne, Colts: Bad defense. Decent rookie quarterback. No running game. If you needed a third starter, he might be a steal late in the draft.
Rueben Randle Giants: I would say that the Giants know something about wide receivers. They have been able to find talent in the draft and in free agency.