Johnson is the 19th-ranked receiver, and very nearly cracked the Top 50 overall fantasy prospects, coming in at No. 52. In a standard ten-team fantasy format, Johnson would be a No. 2 receiver and a sixth-round pick, per ESPN.
Fred Jackson came in at No. 58 overall and the 25th-ranked running back. His backfield cohort, C.J. Spiller, also cracked the Top 100, coming in at No. 92 overall, and the 38th-ranked running back. Lee Evans (No. 186 overall, 59th-ranked receiver) and Roscoe Parrish (No. 247 overall, 83rd-ranked receiver) also cracked the Top 300.
Which leaves us, of course, with Ryan Fitzpatrick. Buffalo's signal-caller came in at No. 173 overall - an 18th-round value, with many drafts stopping at Round 16 - and the No. 25 quarterback. Which I don't have a problem with. It's curious, however, that Fitzpatrick is ranked behind both Tim Tebow and Vince Young in fantasy football.