Many people think that the NFL should rid themselves of the preseason, and in a sense, it's a very good idea. I mean, who really wants to watch fourth-string players play for half of a game.
I know I don't.
However, the argument should be made that preseason football is a very good helper for how fantasy owners should go about their drafts and free agent pickups.
After three preseason games, starters are playing a majority of the game, and us fans are starting to get a good sense as to who put in their work in the offseason and who didn't.
Here are seven players who fantasy owners should avoid after watching them in the preseason.