In the final installment of a three-part series, Sam Wallace highlights a potentially underrated wide receiver room, a cheap, high-volume running back, and one of his favorite values at quarterback.
Fantasy managers naturally want to roster the best possible players. However, fundamental economic principles remind us that there are a scarce number of elite players, and we have to make choices. Simply put, we can’t have everything we want. Decisions, sometimes difficult ones, have to be made. Players don’t have to be flashy or elite to provide value to your team. Predictable, undervalued floors of production do have their place on your roster.
I’m reminded of a player like Robert Woods. Each offseason, he headlines the undervalued section of wide receivers, and each season he delivers and more. Players like Woods, although rarely explosive or exciting, are critical components of a well-rounded roster.
In Part 1 of this series, I laid out a case for why one NFC offense is primed to take a Buffalo Bills type of offensive ascension. In Part 2, I identified an offense littered with players who are primed to smash their current ADP. In this piece, I explore a cheap wide receiver room, a high-volume running back, and one of my favorite values at quarterback.
Let’s explore a few players who fit the Woods’ mold.