2016 Outlook: Cook is annually touted as a potential breakout fantasy star, largely because of his body: He stands 6-foot-5, 254 pounds and shows top-tier athletic ability. But he failed to deliver in both Tennessee and St. Louis, where he dropped far too many passes. Of course, neither team offered much at the QB position, and now he'll work with Aaron Rodgers. So if Cook is ever going to live up to his potential, now is the time. The Packers likely won't use him on every down, but Cook will have TE1 upside if he's on the field in passing situations. That certainly makes him worth a late-round pick.
2016 Outlook: Rodgers surprisingly scored the ninth-most fantasy points among TEs last season. But as he enters his third season, it will be tough for him to match that production. Why? Well, WR Jordy Nelson missed the entire season and TE Andrew Quarless played in only five games, so Rodgers benefited from being in the right situation at the right time. Nelson returns this year, and the Packers have added Jared Cook, so it's likely that Rodgers--who isn't particularly fast or athletic--will step back into a smaller role in 2016.