Fantasy Football: 8 players you have to avoid this upcoming season

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*Note this article is written based on PPR format

We all know there’s the group of players who have a pretty good year on your team and you fall in love with. Your draft comes around the following year and your quick to pick them and they don’t end up panning out and you spend a second round pick on a player that puts up fifth round stats. Well here are a few players who you should avoid drafting this year, and why you shouldn’t follow your heart and stay away.

Dak Prescott, QB, Dallas Cowboys

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With the departure of Dez Bryant and Jason Witten, who accounted for 219 targets last year, it leaves the Cowboys with a very weak receiving core needing to step up. Even though they added Allen Hurns (39 Rec, 484 Yds, and 2 TD in 10 games with Jacksonville) and took Micheal Gallup with the 81st pick from Colorado State. Them two along with Cole Beasley, Rico Gathers, and  Terrence Williams have to step into much bigger roles in the Cowboys offense and the odds are looking slim for this reciver core to put up solid numbers. Also Dak only threw for over 300 yards once last year which is not a good stat for a fantasy QB. Dak is no where need QB1 standards and more in the low QB2 range.

QBs I prefer more: Eli Manning , Pat Mahomes, and Mitch Trubisky

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