Predicting fantasy over/unders for all 32 teams

Yates sees Dez Bryant as top-10 fantasy WR (0:44)

Field Yates shares his fantasy expectations for a healthy Dez Bryant playing in a more well-rounded Dallas passing offense. (0:44)

To celebrate the kickoff of the ESPN Fantasy Football Marathon, this week NFL Nation reporters will be giving their fantasy predictions for the top offensive players on the teams they cover.

ESPN fantasy football analyst Mike Clay provided the over/unders for this exercise -- using his 2017 projections -- and each Nation reporter was given one projection for each position on which to give a prediction.

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ARI | ATL | BAL | BUF | CAR | CHI | CIN | CLE | DAL | DEN | DET | GB | HOU | IND | JAC | KC | LAC | LAR | MIA | MIN | NE | NO | NYG | NYJ | OAK | PHI | PIT | SF | SEA | TB | TEN | WAS


Dallas Cowboys

Over/under nine interceptions for Dak Prescott?

Todd Archer's prediction: Under. Prescott is using training camp to test his boundaries in risk-taking this summer, but when it comes to real games, he won't take unnecessary risks. He has too many receivers who can win early on routes. Will he go lower than last year's interception total of four? No, but he will have fewer than nine.

Over/under 28 receptions for Ezekiel Elliott (in 10 games)?

Archer's prediction: Over. The Cowboys were mindful of Elliott's snaps as a rookie and would have been mindful of them had he played a full season. If the six-game suspension is upheld and the courts do not get involved, then the Cowboys will not worry about Elliott's snaps. The Cowboys have a lot of weapons offensively, but Elliott is their best. Given that he will have fresh legs when he rejoins the Cowboys in late October, offensive coordinator Scott Linehan will make sure to get him the ball as much as possible over the final 10 games.

Over/under eight touchdowns for Dez Bryant?

Archer's prediction: Over. He had eight last season and missed three games. His connection with Dak Prescott improved, especially late last season. The days of him catching 80-90 passes a season could be over, but Bryant remains a huge red zone threat and he is hard to stop after the catch. Oh, and he's healthy this season.

Over/under five touchdowns for Jason Witten?

Archer's prediction: Under. Witten had just three last season in his first year of work with Dak Prescott, but it's hard for him to put up big touchdown numbers because of the Cowboys' other weapons. The best red zone teams run the ball into the end zone. and the Cowboys will have Ezekiel Elliott when he returns from suspension. Prescott rushed for six touchdowns last season, as well. Then there's Dez Bryant, who is often a mismatch on the outside against corners. I can't go with the over, but I think Witten will have five on the dot.

New York Giants

Over/under 28 touchdown passes for Eli Manning?

Jordan Raanan's prediction: Over. Manning has topped 30 touchdowns in two of his three years while working with Ben McAdoo in the current offense. Even in a bad season last year, Manning barely was under this number, throwing for 26 touchdowns. He will bounce back personally and get over the number while working with vastly improved weapons.

Over/under 265 touches for Paul Perkins?

Raanan's prediction: Under. The Giants are still intent on using a stable of backs, even if coach Ben McAdoo declared Perkins the starter earlier this spring. Perkins is set to fill the primary back role in the offense that Rashad Jennings handled the past few seasons. Jennings never topped 224 touches. -- Jordan Raanan