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Articles by Category: Busts
Dynasty Bust WRs (Fantasy Football)
By Jason Katz on May, 24th 2017

Continuing our series on dynasty busts, we move to the wide receiver position. When talking bust, I’m not just looking for players that will underperform, but rather players whose actual value will be drastically lower than their perceived value. The reality is … read more »

Dynasty Bust RBs (Fantasy Football)
By Jason Katz on May, 17th 2017

Continuing our series on dynasty busts (check out QB bust candidates here), we move to the running back position. When talking bust, I’m not just looking for players that will underperform, but rather players whose actual value will be drastically … read more »

Dynasty Bust QBs (Fantasy Football)
By Jason Katz on May, 8th 2017

We are less than a month removed from the NFL Draft – a time when football fans everywhere get overexcited by all the “new hotness” entering the league. Despite the fact that just about 70% of NFL draft picks fall … read more »

Revisiting the 2016 NFL Draft (Fantasy Football)
By Nick Johnson on April, 18th 2017

It is often said that a player needs three years in the league before he can truly be judged as a valuable draft pick or a bust. I’ve taken a look back at last year’s selections and identified some guys … read more »

5 High Risk/High Reward Starting Pitchers (Fantasy Baseball)
By Tom Whalen on March, 24th 2017

With a myriad of injury woes rendering the current crop of reliable fantasy starters much thinner than than it was this time last year, the prospect of taking calculated risks at the positional is as viable as ever. These five starters … read more »

Fantasy Baseball Busts: Relief Pitchers
By Joseph Pytleski on March, 23rd 2017

Closer volatility is nothing new, and the idea of a ninth-inning sure thing is an oxymoron. Ninety-one pitchers earned a save last season and 40% of those earned double-digit saves. So, the margin for profit in the closer market is … read more »

5 High Risk/High Reward Infielders (Fantasy Baseball)
By Tom Whalen on March, 22nd 2017

An argument can be made that the present talent glut at all four infield positions makes high-risk players at those positions much less attractive. The counter to that argument is the “rising tides lift all boats” theory, which is to … read more »

Fantasy Baseball Busts: Starting Pitcher
By Brandon Warne on March, 21st 2017

Sleepers and busts. That’s the nature of fantasy baseball, isn’t it? Not every player is like Albert Pujols in his prime, with month-to-month splits that are virtually carbon copies of one another. Production ebbs and flows for every player, not … read more »

Players To Avoid (Fantasy Baseball)
By Stan Son on March, 20th 2017

The beautiful thing about fantasy baseball is that we all approach the game from a unique persepctive. As a result, we value players differently, which creates a functioning, liquid market. Below are some players that I’ll be avoiding this year at … read more »

5 High Risk/High Reward Outfielders (Fantasy Baseball)
By Tom Whalen on March, 19th 2017

Tolerance for risk is one of the defining factors of each fantasy owner’s approach to the game. Some owners thrive on risk; others avoid it religiously; some sprinkle in a few high-variance plays with their bankable standbys. With their sky-high … read more »