Looking at the highest exposure players from an 18-team portfolio, some early investments (James Robinson) have aged better than others (Ronald Jones).
Jerry Donabedian explains why Donovan Peoples-Jones is a perfect endgame pick, with strong odds for a starting job and a role that should lead to occasional splash games even if volume is inconsistent.
Wan'Dale Robinson might be the Giants' main slot WR, but Kadarius Toney could post a big season at outside WR anyway.
Stefon Diggs often lasts to the 1-2 turn on DraftKings, where PPR scoring adds to his value.
Kenny Pickett might seem like an upside QB pick at the end of best ball drafts, but those wide receiver gloves look good on him.
Jerry Donabedian discusses strategy for 12-player leagues and highlights some top players to target, including "safe" picks like Joe Mixon, Brandin Cooks and Matthew Stafford.
George Pickens got that dawg in him, but it's less clear whether the Steelers can get viable targets to him with Diontae Johnson and Chase Claypool around.
There's reason to think Jameson Williams will prove a star NFL receiver, but less reason to expect a big rookie year specifically.
Jerry Donabedian likes to swing for the fences in best-ball tournaments, targeting high-variance offenses like the Browns and Jets without using a top-50 pick.
Rookies are both in demand yet often misunderstood, creating a profit opportunity for drafters who pass on duds and take imminent stars like Chris Olave instead.
Jerry Donabedian was shocked to see Diontae Johnson available at the 4/5 turn under full-PPR scoring on DraftKings. He compares ADPs from DK and Underdog to find the best values on each site.
Marcus Mariota may be a forgotten man, but he's a likely starter with unique rushing upside and he's free in drafts.
Jerry Donabedian plans to fly high with the Cardinals and Falcons if he makes it to Week 17 in best ball tournaments, but only when he doesn't have to reach to complete his stacks.
Looking at a portfolio of best ball drafts, Saquon Barkley stands out as a primary target due to a potential imminent price increase.
Antonio Gibson's market is tanking precisely at the point in his career where there's reason to expect a breakout.
Dalton Schultz enjoyed a career year in 2021, but defenses will make more effort to stop him with Amari Cooper gone in 2022.
D'Andre Swift was an obvious target in the 3rd round of 2021 drafts, but pushing the 1st round is too expensive in 2022.
Logan Thomas was a coveted tight end target all offseason, but recently he climbed into the seventh round ADP on Underdog.
The bitterness toward Marquise Brown has gotten out of hand, and now he's one of six profit opportunities for Underdog drafters.
Kadarius Toney was a questionable first-round pick and has struggled to this point, but his price has lowered into bargain territory.
Terrace Marshall fell further than he should have in the 2021 draft, now the Panthers need to figure out how to use a player they probably didn't expect to get.
Rondale Moore is an exceptional athlete who offered immense production at Purdue, but his rookie year expectations might be unfairly high.
If there's value in the Jacksonville offense this year then it largely traces to the possibility that the public underestimates Trevor Lawrence in 2021.
Parris Campbell is one of the best values at wide receiver on Underdog, but it's less clear whether the rest of the Indianapolis passing game warrants investment.
At a convenient intersection of affordable price and high fantasy upside, the Seattle passing game is one of the more advantageous and easily executed passing game stacks.
This article looks at eight players whose prices are low enough that they carry no meaningful risk in Underdog best ball drafts, including Jonnu Smith in the 13th round.
Among six players worth zero percent exposure at current ADP, Russell Gage (110.9) is a bad idea in the 10th round.
One of nine tournament targets identified in the 18th round, Tyron Johnson makes a strong WR3 case with the Chargers.
Josh Jacobs keeps sliding in the ADP as fantasy drafters react to Kenyan Drake's signing, and now Jacobs is an early-round bargain in Underdog best ball drafts.
Dan Arnold might function mostly like a wide receiver in Carolina, making him an interesting best ball option in the final rounds at tight end.