Do not draft these 10 players in fantasy this year
Okay, so the title of this article is a little misleading. Unless a player is injured, there’s really no such thing as a guy with a blanket “I’m not drafting him” rule. Every fantasy-relevant player has a breaking point in drafts where he becomes a value. However, in most drafts, players will go at, or near, their current ADPs. Based on those numbers, the following is a list of players who should not be drafted at their current price.
1. Jeremy Langford, RB, Chicago Bears
Would you expect anyone else to top this list? Langford is a prime example of a Red Zone Channel player. People have seen the highlights and have a picture of Langford that isn’t accurate. Sure, he finished in the top 25 among running backs in fantasy scoring last season, but the raw numbers don’t even come close to telling the whole story. Langford was among the league-lows in forced missed tackles and runs of 15-plus yards. He was also among the highest in pressures yielded as a pass-blocker, and he led all running backs in dropped passes.