Fantasy football is a world where we as owners get to act as if we are actual decision-makers in the NFL. We draft, trade, sign, and start players for our teams in the hope that we will win that elusive championship.
One decision that can make or break your fantasy football 2021 season is where you take that wide receiver you have been eyeing for the entire offseason. Your draft has built up to this moment, maybe you went three straight running backs, and now you are ready to take that receiver you think is primed for a breakout. Maybe, you are going with a zero running back strategy and now you need to pick the perfect receiver group to carry your team.
Fantasy Football 2021: WRs going too high, too low
Your strategy is yours to create, however, I am here to help you avoid mistakes in who becomes a part of your strategy. I do it because I care, because no one wants to be the one who thought Sammy Watkins was going to go ballistic in KC, only to be left holding a guy who gave you an amazing week 1 and then disappeared, along with his value.
I want you to be the one who (humble brag time) like me took Chris Godwin in the 5th round the year he busted out and became a star.
Or the one who (another one) nailed Terry McLaurin in the 5th last year. Please, hold your applause, because it is time for us to dive into three more guys who are going too low in your draft for the fantasy football 2021 season, and three who are overvalued.