In this article I will take a look at more potential fantasy picks that could cause you more harm than good.
It has always been a strategy of mine to take relatively safe picks in the first few rounds of your fantasy draft.
Your first three to four picks should be locks to produce at least an average amount of points for their position.
Remember, a fantasy season is not won in the early rounds, but in drafting late round sleepers that could end the season as must-have starters. Take your risks late in the draft.
I will therefore point out some high risk players who are predicted to be taken in the first, second, or third rounds of this years' fantasy drafts.
Keep in mind, these players may only be risks due to their high rankings.
First, I would like to explain three main reason why I suspect a player is a risk to draft:
1. The player has been injured or is injured
2. They have had only one good season, and it was possibly a fluke
3. The player is sharing carries with another back
Ok, let's get started.