It's the middle of July, and in one month, we right before the start of the Fantasy Football season. That means it's time to start looking at fantasy football prospects. In earlier articles, I rated some running backs, tight ends, wide receivers, and quarterbacks. In past articles, we took a look at overrated and underrated players. In this article, I'll take a look at the five teams with the highest number of good fantasy Football Players.

1. Green Bay Packers.

Aaron Rodgers is easily one of the best quarterbacks in fantasy, as he regularly posts one of the highest numbers of fantasy points every single year.

His presence on the team allows several players around him to also be solid fantasy players, making Green Bay players some of the best ones to own in fantasy. First, there's wide receiver Jordy Nelson, who tied for the highest number of fantasy points scored among wide receivers last season. Then, there's wide receiver Davante Adams, who sneakily scored the 7th highest number of points among wide receivers. And finally, both Ty Montgomery and the underrated rookie Jamaal Williams have a chance to score a lot of points in the Packers high powered offense.

2. Oakland Raiders.

Two years ago, the Raiders would never have made this list. Now though, the Raiders have a solid offense headquartered by emerging star Derek Carr.

Carr was the ninth highest scoring QB last season, and is expected to have another solid year. Receivers Michael Crabtree and Amari Cooper were both top 15 wide receivers last year, and there should be enough targets to make them both viable this season. In the offseason, the Raiders also signed Marshawn Lynch, adding another fantasy weapon to Oakland.

Oakland might not have had a solid tight end last season, but Carr could certainly change that this year.

3. New Orleans Saints.

Notice a pattern yet? All three of these teams are extremely high scoring, and that correlates with much higher fantasy production. It's generally a good idea to draft players from these teams, as they have much higher ceilings than other low scoring teams.

Drew Brees routinely scores a high number of fantasy points, and was again among the top 5 highest scoring quarterbacks in fantasy. Running back Mark Ingram was the 10th highest scoring running back in fantasy, in spite of losing some playing time to Tim Hightower. Now Adrian Peterson is there, which means there are two viable fantasy backs in new orleans now. The Saints also have tight end Coby Fleener, who now has chemistry with Brees, and wide receiver Michael Thomas, who was the 9th highest scoring wide receiver in fantasy.