5 Fantasy Football Busts You Should Avoid in 2020
Each season, fantasy players do their best to find the right sleepers to win their leagues. However, it is equally important to avoid the busts—those who will underperform and won't meet expectations.
One of the biggest mistakes that fantasy players make is not being able to separate real-life success from fantasy success. It doesn’t matter if my quarterback wins 13 games this season if he only throws for 3,000 yards. This is exactly what might happen this season with Philip Rivers on the Indianapolis Colts. Rivers is a veteran quarterback who should have some success in Frank Reich's system. The problem is that the Colts are a run-first team, and Rivers has had practically no opportunity to work with his receivers after signing in free agency. At 38 years old, I also have some questions about Rivers’ arm strength.