Shonn Greene is Worth a Draft Pick

Scott Spratt explains why you should consider drafting Shonn Greene at the end of your draft, even in shallow formats.

| 3 years ago
Shonn Greene

Shonn Greene is Worth a Draft Pick

Shonn GreeneEntering their first preseason game, the Titans listed Shonn Greene as their No. 1 running back on their depth chart. Most people believe that rookie Bishop Sankey, who was the first back selected in the NFL draft this year, will pass Greene between now and the start of the actual season. I believe that, too. However, the best value players in fantasy are the ones that most people do not believe in, and to benefit from those surprises, you have to be the first owner willing to accept that he might be wrong.

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Scott Spratt was named Newcomer of the Year by the Fantasy Sports Writers Association. He also writes for RotoGraphs and contributes to ESPN Insider as a research analyst for Baseball Info Solutions. Feel free to ask him questions on Twitter – @PFF_ScottSpratt

  • kbonney

    Bishop Stankey! I’ve been more and more inclined to draft him after giving him the Stankey nickname. Honestly TEN plays in another softer than soft division and I expect good play from their OLine(Levitre,Warmack,Lewan). Wizenhunt helps as well. I’m targeting good offensive players from this division and the NFC east because they play each other and make for a relatively easy schedule throughout. All of TEN skill positions are marked as good value propositions on my board. Stankey, Wright, Hunter, Greene, McCluster, Locker.