Like all fantasy sports, fantasy football has it's fair share of stud players.
You know, those guys who always go out on game days and produce consistent points for their owners.
Landing these valuable assets usually results in your squad making a run at hoisting that diamond encrusted, gold-soaked elusive fantasy football championship trophy.
But like everything else in life, things change. And one time glorified fantasy studs can become major let downs.
Whether you blame it on a new offensive system, a young player waiting break-out or father time lurking in the shadows, the names that found there way onto this list are guys who are currently being overvalued that won't produce nearly as much as they have in the past.
So, with all of that being said, it's time to start the slideshow below and find out what longtime fantasy studs you should avoid in 2013.
*All stats courtesy of ESPN unless noted otherwise.
*All Average Draft Positions courtesy of My Fantasy League.com unless noted otherwise.