I think we'll see Derrick Henry start to cut into Murray's workload as the season goes along, but Week 1 should be solidly in Murray's camp, plus he gets a nice matchup against Oakland, which has seen turnover in its interior line this year.
We aren't going to feel good about projecting the Patriots out of the gate, but there is no doubt that Cooks is a top receiver in a top offense. He'll need to be ignored by Brady to have a poor game in this offense, so until we see something like that, I'll be keeping him high in the rankings.
It will be interesting to see how much work Tarik Cohen gets if the Bears have to go into pass mode to try to keep up with Atlanta, but Howard will be used in the passing game as well and should be the focal point of this offense, especially when it's reasonably close.
42. Rob Gronkowski, (TE No. 1)TE, Patriots. Bye: 9.
Gronkowski will always be the No. 1 tight end when healthy, but I could see Eric Berry slowing him down some. If the Patriots want to force the issue, they could likely give Gronk a big game, but Cooks and Hogan are nice options for Brady and will likely have easier coverage to exploit.