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5 Overvalued Fantasy Football Wide Receivers for 2020 fantasy football. Do not invest early in a WR!
5 Fantasy Football Wide Receivers you should consider staying away from this season. The Counselor deep dives and tells you why he suggests you go with RB’s in the first 3-4 rounds of your fantasy football draft. Drafting guys like Hopkins and Tyreek Hill is a major risk and Joseph Robert explains why.
Going Robust RB is the best and most viable draft strategy this season. Guys like Micheal Thomas are due for a decline. You can’t trust guys like Odell and Juju in the third round, so why not load up on workhorse running backs early on. You will find that there will be a tons of WR’s in rounds 5 and beyond. The value there is amazing and they are actually WR 1’s on their teams. Guys like Hilton, Chark, and Diggs are to name a few. There will also be WR 2’s that could potentially put up better numbers than WR ones that should draft as well. Look for studs like Diontae Johnson to emerge on his team.
When you break it down and take a look at the draft situation this 2020 fantasy football season. Robust RB is the way to go. Secure that most scarce position and guarantee yourself the volume. At the same time, you are taking away RB studs from the other guys and adding depth to your roster. You will feel much better about your roster if you are looking for WR’s later in your draft over running backs. ever RB after round 5 and on is in a major committee. The only time you will and should feel safe about an RB is in the first few rounds, and that is when you should be drafting one. Be smart and go robust!
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