The biggest gaps between the Fantasy 101 and ADP
MFL10’s (and other denominations) are one of my favorite ways to stay in touch with prices on the fantasy football market throughout the offseason, as well as hone a competent draft strategy heading into the summer. If you are unfamiliar, the setup is a best ball format, meaning you draft 20 players and the site will optimize your lineup every week. “Set it and forget it,” if you will.
With the recent release of our PFF Fantasy Top 101, I thought it would be interesting to see what players had the biggest gaps between their ranking and what their average draft position is in MFL drafts to try and find some values and overpriced players.
All ADP data courtesy of MyFantasyLeague.com on June 23rd.
Steve Smith, WR, Baltimore (PFF Rank: 97, MFL ADP: 167)
Coming off an Achilles tendon tear at age 37, the fantasy community doesn’t appear to have as much confidence in Smith’s recovery as the PFF fantasy staff. He has the largest disparity in either direction between PFF rank and current ADP.