Fantasy Football Rankings 2013: Players Who Will Fall Short of Insanely High ADP

August 17, 2013   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Smart fantasy football players are good at finding sleeper picks, but the best of the best make their money by combining that skill with an ability to know how to avoid busts. 
Bust is a pretty broad term, but generally a fantasy player can bust by not playing up to his ADP, or average draft position. 
In its simplest sense, ADP is a number assigned to a player based on where leagues have drafted him on average. This of course leads to discrepancies because each participant enters a draft with his or her own strategies and feelings about each player. 
As a result, leaning on ADP can be a ship-sinking tactic on its own. Some players will be ranked too low based on what you value, while other players will be ranked too high, whether it's because of hype, popularity or some other factor. 
Below you will find a few players who have insanely high ADP based on past performances, with one based on wishful thinking as far as future performance. These guy...

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