You can hear it in the way Greg Jennings talks about the Minnesota Vikings offense under new coordinator Norv Turner. Jennings just seems a lot more comfortable in his second season in Minnesota than he did in his first.
"When you've gone through something and have experience at it, you gain more knowledge and have more understanding and you develop a comfort level," Jennings said. "That's what's taken place."
Jennings had to endure a revolving door of quarterbacks and a run-heavy system from Vikings offensive coordinator Bill Musgrave that contributed to his relative lack of production. Jennings had 68 catches and four touchdowns in 2013, but his 11.8 yards per catch was the lowest full-season average of his career and his 804 yards receiving were his lowest output in a full season since his rookie year. He may have another new QB in Teddy Bridgewater throwing him the ball this year, too. Jennings is ranked in the 40s on our WR list but he has a chance to bounce back a little this season. Cordarrelle Patterson could also draw a lot of attention away from Jennings. But he's still more of a late-round depth player for your fantasy team.