Whether we like it or not, life imitates Storage Wars. And since fantasy baseball imitates life, it's reasonable to conclude that fantasy baseball imitates Storage Wars.
If you come across an auction for an abandoned storage unit filled with things worth far more than you're willing to pay, your best strategy is to pretend everything inside is awful, since it's human nature for other people to convince themselves they want something more once they realize someone else wants it. The same goes for used cars, real estate and potential mates. (Perhaps this explains why I'm still single.)
Following that logic, the key to buying a fantasy player low is to make an offer for him when his value is at its lowest.
Guys like who? Glad you asked. Here are 10 players who are under-performing now but are packed to the rafters with potential profit. You've just got to pretend you're not all that interested; otherwise it blows the whole thing.