Randall Cobb is a name that every fantasy owner is familiar with. The last pick of the second round in the 2011 NFL Draft, Cobb had a relatively quiet rookie season before putting together a 1,086 total yard, 8 touchdown season in 2012. His combination of production and youth catapulted his fantasy stock to an average draft position of 30.73 in 2013 redraft leagues, per MyFantasyLeague.com.
Owners who rolled the dice on Cobb were handsomely rewarded through the first four weeks of the season, as he was averaging 13.08 points per game in a standard, non-PPR league. (read more on numberFire)