2017 Outlook: Following an underwhelming rookie season and a solid sophomore campaign, Carr took another step forward in 2016. The former second-round pick tossed 28 touchdowns and only six interceptions. His completion rate improved to 64 percent despite 31 dropped passes; Carr has now ranked top-four in drops each of his three seasons. Granted, Carr's efficiency has been fairly average, but Oakland's terrific offensive line and the combination of Amari Cooper and Michael Crabtree have helped him to a top-10 fantasy week during a healthy 45 percent of his past 31 starts. Carr is only 26, so it's possible we haven't yet seen his best work.