2016 Outlook: After two underwhelming seasons to start his career, Austin finally began to live up to his potential in 2015. Despite his small frame (5-8, 176 pounds), Austin managed to appear in all 16 games after missing a total of four during the previous two seasons. Though he was tied for only 40th in receptions and tied for 72nd in receiving yards, he added fantasy points in other areas. He returned a punt for a TD and led all WRs with 52 carries, 434 rushing yards and four rushing scores. Austin's versatility keeps him in the fantasy mix, but his unconventional role in a low-volume offense will limit his upside.
2016 Outlook: Britt has been on the field for 77.6 percent of the Rams' pass plays over the past two seasons, but he hasn't made much of a fantasy impact. He caught only 36 passes last season but did manage 681 yards and three touchdowns thanks to a massive 16.1-yard average depth of target. Britt showed occasional fantasy value with Tennessee, where he spent his first five seasons--he gained 775 yards and scored nine touchdowns in 2010. But given the Rams' focus on the running game, he offers very little upside this season.