Giving second chances is something fantasy football owners often don't have an easy time doing. When a player doesn't live up to expectations, fantasy owners often get frustrated and remember not to draft the player in question the following fantasy football season. Once a player gets a bad name in fantasy football, owners often tend to shy away until the player begins to produce again.
Last year, players became breakouts at each position like Michael Vick at quarterback, Peyton Hillis at running back and Brandon Lloyd at wide receiver. The point being that players who were not on radars during the draft became important fantasy football producers. Specifically, this article will take a look at players who didn't live up to expectations last year, but deserve to be stashed on your bench for the potential breakout that will likely occur.