10 Fantasy Football Players to Avoid

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10 Fantasy Football Players to Avoid

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There’s always a few head scratching moments during the fantasy football draft. Nobody ever wants to be doomed from the start so we’ve identified players to avoid based on where their being drafted.

1. Matt Ryan | QB | ATL

matt ryan
Lost your OC that helped you throw 11 more TDs than your average? No thanks.

2. Jordan Howard | RB | CHI

jordan howard
Don’t invest a high pick on a guy with an unstable QB situation and possibly due for a sophomore slump.

3. DeMarco Murray | RB | TEN

demarco murray
Dealing with a pre-season injury and he’s just too expensive for his limited upside.

4. Tom Brady | QB | NE

tom brady
We’re just against drafting any QB very high in the draft because you got guys like Andy Dalton who outscores Brady every year

5. Andrew Luck | QB | IND

andrew luck
Again, QBs are overvalued in general, but none more than Luck this year

6. Eddie Lacy | RB | SEA

eddie lacy
Behind one of the worst offensive lines and splitting time with Thomas Rawls and CJ Prosise is no bueno

7. Allen Robinson | WR | JAX

allen robinson
Far less “garbage time” is in his future, which he’s feasted on last couple years

8. Paul Perkins | RB | NYG

paul perkins
Horrible rookie season and Shane Vereen is back from injury

9. Jason Witten | TE | DAL

Jason Witten
Just seems to be injured more each season and if you’re drafting Witten, you’re depending him for a whole season

10. Mark Ingram | RB | NO

mark ingram
Gonna be time-share with AP and for whatever reason the coaching staff does not entirely believe in Ingram

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