Time to pull the plug on biggest fantasy football draft mistakes
Three weeks can feel like an eternity, but not so much in the fantasy football realm. This especially holds true when waiting for a once-coveted, but now-dormant prospect from August to show a pulse during the actual season, perhaps justifying their high draft pick. But sadly, some guys never live up to the hype that followed 'em before Labor Day, forcing us to bench, or worse, drop these stiffs from rosters altogether.
So, without further ado, here's our list of fantasy disappointments to date, with this underwhelming group divided into three sub-categories:
Within this judgmental exercise of castigating players after just three weeks, it's proper to list a few notable failures on my part. In no particular order ...
Here's a list of the 20 best available free agents for 12-team, standard-scoring leagues:
This is a reminder to everyone that I'll be hosting a
Starting next week, you'll see some changes to Fantasy Clicks. Beginning Oct. 10, the Sunday Revelations will read like a top-25 listing of off-the-cuff, but thorough rants, instead of going game-by-game. And astute observers will notice my Wednesday Clicks being slightly longer, and that my Friday Clicks no longer exist (
One last thing: The Week 4 Sunday/Monday Revelations will be authored by
If given a complete do-over, here's how we'd rank the starting quarterbacks before the August drafts:
A receiver is only as good as his quarterback and the number of opportunities he gets to make a catch; and these "Targets" should factor heavily with owners when choosing to snag (or drop) a talent in PPR leagues. It goes without saying, owners