"Last season's receiving yards leader, Josh Gordon is suspended for the season. Calvin Johnson and Julio Jones both missed time during the season, which hurt their numbers. But Alshon Jeffery was in only his second season last year, playing under a new head coach and new system and was only 78 yards off second placed Antonio Brown. He is a big, physical receiver and plays in a very aggressive offence that puts up a lot of yards. With a little improvement from what was his first full season as a starter, Jeffery could really make a mark on the league this season. Brandon Marshall will still draw the double coverage on most occasions and that will benefit Jeffery again. "
"Excellent odds here. The Patriots lost Stephen Ridley and middle linebacker Jarrod Mayo for the season over the weekend. They blew away the Bengals last week, and won IN BUFFALO, this weekend. But look at their fixtures, they face the Jets next time up, but then go on a run of games against the Bears, Broncos, Colts, Lions, Packers and Chargers. Four of those are at home, but they are all tricky games. The Bills are only a game behind, and they also play the Packers and Broncos along with the Patriots away to finish. But they also play the Vikings, the Jets home and away, the Raiders, the Browns and the Dolphins, who they've already beaten. This division will be tighter than the odds suggest and if the injuries keep hitting the Patriots, they could come out second best. "
"Danny Welbeck's move to Arsenal gives him the perfect opportunity to stake a claim for the starting strikers role at a team with plenty of attacking talent to supply scoring chances. I've never been his biggest fan, but give him opportunities and he will score goals. He only managed 9 last season, but that was in only 1457 minutes of play in the league. Give him something around 3000 minutes of play and a similar scoring rate and he could get close to 20 goals. That has been good for a top 4 in the goal scorers charts in most recent seasons. "
Radamel Falcao Man Utd (Top Goalscorer)
"Manchester United are reportedly paying Falcao in the region of £350,000 a week for the season that he is on loan with the club. For that kind of money, they are going to lean heavily on the Colombian this season. Including the £6,000,000 they are paying Monaco, they are spending around £24,000,000 on him for one season. Look at his scoring record around Europe and he's gotten goals everywhere he's played. Give him 30 games this season and I can see him getting 25 goals with the likes of Di Maria, Mata and Rooney helping to set him up. "
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