The five least helpful offseason moves for fantasy

These moves might help their teams (or they might not), but Mike Castiglione says they are definite downers for fantasy owners.

| 6 months ago
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The five least helpful offseason moves for fantasy


Earlier this week, I broke down the seven offseason moves that will pay the most dividends in fantasy. Now, it’s time to take a look at some of the worst offseason moves for fantasy purposes. Here are five players, teams and/or situations that stand out among the field, for all the wrong reasons.

5) Browns pass up the No. 2 pick in favor of Robert Griffin III

Curiously, the Cleveland Browns declined yet another opportunity to solve their much-maligned quarterback woes with the No. 2 pick in the draft, instead hitching their wagon to reclamation project Robert Griffin III. Griffin’s career veered horridly off track in the nation’s capital, as his PFF QB rating went from third-best among qualified passers in 2012, to 19th in 2013, and then all the way down to 26th before his injury in 2014. He wound up a healthy scratch for all of 2015.

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Mike is a member of the FSWA and a staff writer for PFF Fantasy who focuses on both redraft and dynasty content, having spent several years covering FBS for a number of publications.

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