In a piece now posted on ESPN.com, Field Yates picks 10 players who will be playing in new schemes in 2013, and how it might help their value in fantasy football.
Patriots receiver Danny Amendola checks in at No. 8.
"Amendola was productive (when healthy) in St. Louis, and the Patriots will need him to stay healthy in an effort to replace the departed Wes Welker," Yates writes. "Amendola should be used in a role similar to Welker's (which lends itself to a high volume of touches) and catching passes from Tom Brady is never a bad thing for a wide receiver. Amendola could catch 100 balls this season."
Amendola's career high is 85 catches, in 2010.
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