Which running back in New England and Cleveland will get the most touches in 2018? Is Stefon Diggs due for a huge season in Minnesota? How will Dallas fill the void at tight end left by Jason Witten's retirement?
It's never too early for a deep dive into answering the biggest fantasy questions for every team heading into the season. NFL Nation reporters supply the answers, with questions provided by ESPN fantasy football analyst Mike Clay.
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Which tight end will emerge as the top pass-catcher at the position?
The days of a Cowboys tight end catching at least 60 passes in a season, which is what Jason Witten did for 14 consecutive seasons, appear to be over. As at wide receiver, the Cowboys will go with a committee approach at tight end with Geoff Swaim, Blake Jarwin, Dalton Schultz and potentially Rico Gathers. They want to see how each player works in the offseason and training camp before potentially looking for outside help. Swaim has nine catches in his career and is the only tight end with a catch in a regular-season game. While Gathers' basketball background makes him an intriguing candidate, Jarwin has a lot of fans in the building, from management to the coaching staff. The Cowboys promoted him from the practice squad a year ago when a team tried to poach him to its active roster. Swaim's experience might land him more catches, but Jarwin's versatility should land him more yards if he continues to earn the trust of the coaches and quarterback Dak Prescott. -- Todd Archer
Will Saquon Barkley be limited in any capacity, or should we expect full-on workhorse duties?
Full-on workhorse duties. He was the No. 2 overall pick for a reason, and coach Pat Shurmur has a history of throwing young running backs directly into the fire. Dalvin Cook, a second-round pick, was playing 75 percent of the offensive snaps and handling almost all red zone duties in Minnesota last season before injuring his knee. Expect the same workload for Barkley this season. -- Jordan Raanan
Will Jay Ajayi average more or less than the 15.7 touches per game he handled from Week 14 onward last season?
More. Ajayi begins the season as the Eagles' clear No. 1 back. He'll be sharing the load with Corey Clement and Darren Sproles, but with LeGarrette Blount out of the picture and a half-season in Doug Pederson's system under his belt, Ajayi is in line for a bigger role. -- Tim McManus