3 Running Backs Who Can Outperform Their Fantasy Football Draft Cost

Finding inefficiencies between average draft position and player projections can be the key to winning your league.

As we move into the month of July, fantasy football owners everywhere will start paying close attention to average draft position (ADP) info while formulating strategies for their respective re-draft leagues. There are many different tools to use when initiating your re-draft research, with one of the most important being current ADP.

Comparing current ADPs with a projection system you trust can refine your process even further, resulting in an efficient use of your limited time.

Our year-long projections here at numberFire have been live for a little over a week and can provide readers with a very mathematical look at what to expect during the course of the 2015 fantasy football season.

According to our projections, a few players have ADPs that are much lower than their expected output suggests it should be. So, I am going to profile running backs who are being undervalued based on the gap between our projections and their current draft cost.

All ADP is based on mock draft info gathered by Fantasy Football Calculator, using 12-team, PPR drafts.

Let’s find some bargains!