Fantasy Football Draft Strategy: 5 Players You Should Be Wary of Drafting

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Fantasy Football Draft Strategy: 5 Players You Should Be Wary of Drafting

Fantasy Football is both a joyous and maddening event. 

So many leave their respective drafts feeling like the team they've just assembled will provide scoring in the triple digits on a week-to-week basis, crushing all opponents in their path.

"Week 1 can't come soon enough," they think in their heads. Once it does, the sunny skies of projection-land and sleeper-ville turn into the dark clouds of what-was-I-thinking world, how-could-I-be-so-stupid town and I-knew-I-should-have-picked-him city. 

As someone who knows those feelings all too well, I can say with full conviction that it stinks.

As someone who also knows the feeling of dominating a Fantasy Football league (mainly as a byproduct of luck), I can say with full conviction that it's awesome! 

In the end, every draft pick comes with risk, and every season comes with numerous players who look so appealing on the available board, but fizzle out once games start counting.

I won't get too crazily in-depth with my reasoning behind why the following five players should be drafted with caution (since there are already tons of in-depth articles out there and the regular season is fast-approaching), but will rather provide short summations for each. By no means whatsoever am I a football or fantasy football expert, just someone with another perspective who could hopefully help you succeed this season.

Here are five players I believe you should be wary of drafting to your fantasy football team.

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