6 Fantasy Football Losers From the 2016 NFL Draft
In fantasy football, sometimes less is more.
It's a volume-driven game. Running backs need attempts. Wide receivers need targets. Without volume, players just aren't valuable.
While the NFL Draft is supposed to make teams better, it oftentimes can make individual players worse. At least in fantasy football.
And it's because less is more -- fewer players competing for playing time in an offense usually means more volume for the starters. That's great for fake football.
After last weekend's draft, we witnessed a lot of situations become even more unclear. Let's take a look at seven of them.