I wasn't expecting a huge breakout year (thankfully, or I probably would have given him a longer contract), but once I missed out on the top tier FAs, I just went by the numbers and hoped a few guys would produce. Based on 2016:
Evans WR3 (legit #1, with tons of upside)
Crowder WR12 (technically a low-end WR1, figured even with a dropoff he's a WR2 with occasional big-game potential)
Williams WR14 (technically a low-end WR1; expected a dropoff, but K. Allen and M. Williams are virtual locks to miss time, so still plenty of opportunity)
Thomas WR18 (WR2; not much upside at this point, but should be a solid contributor most weeks)
Wallace WR23 (technically a WR2, but more like a WR3 with big-game potential)
Reality, through 6 weeks: Evans has been a middle-tier WR1, Thomas has been a mediocre WR3, Williams and Wallace have been spot starters at best (if you could guess the week, they've been irrelevant more than not), and Crowder has been absolutely worthless (not even top 100).
Then, of course, there's Will Fuller...who I very reluctantly traded away (for scraps) after he broke his collarbone and he wasn't placed on IR. Ugh.