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Best Values Based On My Fantasy League ADP (2022 Fantasy Football)

by Chris Orlando | @DraftStonksFF | Featured Writer
Jun 5, 2022
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My Fantasy League still holds today as a favorite fantasy football application for year-round players.

With the draft season officially heating up, I scanned through its Average Draft Position (ADP) data to find some of the best values on the platform. They are as follows:

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WR23: Allen Robinson (WR – LAR)

There is no doubt that Allen Robinson disappointed every fantasy manager that selected him within his third-round ADP in 2021 drafts. It was the first time since his rookie season that Robinson failed to record at least 750 yards receiving and 80 targets, even considering injuries that have plagued him throughout his career. The volume and production have always been there for Robinson, even though he has never had a good QB since being drafted in 2014.

Robinson is now playing with an elite quarterback for the first time in his career in Matthew Stafford. The Rams brought in Odell Beckham Jr. last year after he struggled in his terrible situation in Cleveland, and Los Angeles utilized the best of his talents. In the seven regular-season games he played in, Beckham Jr. finished with five games over double-digit fantasy points and scored a touchdown in each of these contests. Robinson’s talents could translate in the Rams’ offense in 2022, especially in the red zone, as his wide frame has always helped him be one of the best contested-ball receivers in the league. This could help Robinson get back into high WR2 territory in his first year in Los Angeles after a brutal 2021 campaign. Robinson’s ADP has risen a bit since the beginning of the summer, but he still remains a value for the potential he has in a Rams’ offense that will score a lot of points in 2022.

WR21: Courtland Sutton (WR – DEN)

It has been a rough couple of years regarding quarterback play for the Denver Broncos. It has ultimately brought down Courtland Sutton’s potential to be an elite receiver. However, Sutton has shown signs of potential despite his terrible situation in Denver. He finished with at least 700 yards and 80 targets in each of his first three complete seasons. This includes over 1,100 yards and 6 TDs in 2019, even with Joe Flacco and Drew Lock as his QBs.

Now with Russell Wilson being traded to Denver, Sutton has the opportunity to play with an elite quarterback for the first time in his career. Like Robinson, Sutton is one of the best contested-ball receivers in the league. This is on top of Wilson being one of the best deep-ball passers in the NFL to deliver him these passes. With questions of Jerry Jeudy being back in time before the start of the season pending a potential suspension, Sutton could pan out to be a huge steal in fantasy football drafts this fall with his new quarterback under center. Sutton’s ADP has remained the same since June, and he presents a tremendous value with Wilson under center.

RB32: Kareem Hunt (RB – CLE)

When Kareem Hunt is on the field in the Browns’ offense, there is no question that he is one of the most efficient and effective backs in the league. However, many fantasy managers have shot down his ADP because of his situation in Cleveland, given Nick Chubb is still the featured back in the Browns’ backfield. Despite this, Hunt has proven his efficiency by averaging 4.9 yards per attempt, which was eighth amongst all running backs with at least 75 rushing attempts.

Additionally, in the five weeks before his injury last season, Hunt averaged 18.7 fantasy points per game while only averaging 11 carries per game. While many fantasy analysts may point to potential regression for Hunt’s efficiency in 2022, he has proven that he can be more than a viable fantasy option despite being the RB2 in the Browns’ depth chart. Hunt’s ADP has not changed much since the start of the summer, and his upside and floor give fantasy managers a reliable RB2 with RB1 upside given an injury to Nick Chubb.


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