2012 Fantasy Football Recap: Crowning the “All-Disappointment” Team

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2012 Fantasy Football Recap: Crowning the “All-Disappointment” Team
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With the 2012 fantasy football season now in the books, we can safely take a look back at what happened and analyze where we made mistakes.

Every season we see some amazing values in drafts. The players who greatly out-produce their draft position. In 2012, it was players like Alfred Morris, Doug Martin, Eric Decker and Heath Miller made fantasy owners a lot of money by giving elite fantasy value for a minimal cost.

Unfortunately for fantasy owners, the flip-side is always true.

The players who are drafted high but don’t produce up to the level we expected are every bit as impacting to fantasy teams. Unfortunately they do more harm than good.

These disappointing players are ones who---for whatever reason---just didn't put fantasy points on the board in the way that we expected them to going into the season.

You probably have your own list of players who hung-you-out-to-dry, but this list is about the “starting lineup” who hurt us the most in 2012. Or as we will affectionately call them, “The 2012 All-Disappointment Team.”

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