Every sport has a rich history of one-hit wonders, but none can sting more than NFLers who sparkle one year only to drop off the face of the earth the next year.
Why? Because poor suckers across the country take that running back or quarterback or wide receiver way too early in their fantasy draft, and he hangs around their neck like an albatross for 12 weeks or so.
But one-hit wonders aren't the only ones to keep an eye out for. There's also eminently reliable veterans who finally start to show signs of their age or wear and tear and don't produce nearly as much as they had the previous few seasons.
Oh, and don't forget about high draft picks who you think will be instant stars, but take longer to develop than expected (And with the lockout keeping rookies from learning anything this summer, that's especially true.).
So here's a collection of the six fantasy picks (one at each fantasy position) that you should steer clear of taking...too high, at least.