Undervalued Clutch Players – WR – 2018

Bob Lung gives you some of the “secret” undervalued players from his 2017 Fantasy Football Consistency Guide! Follow him on Twitter @bob_lung

Every year as Fantasy owners head into their drafts, they are always looking for the “sleepers” or undervalued players. The Clutch Games system identifies undervalued players that most systems can’t. These are the players who are consistent week after week but don’t normally have huge games. These players slip down and can be drafted at great value.

I will identify those picks who are undervalued based on their current ADP’s. This way if you want to pick a player early, you can and still get good value based on what round you draft them. Or you can wait until the middle or late rounds and get great value just as easily. It’s your call!

Let’s take a look at the wide receivers.

Jarvis Landry

Every year, Landry shows up here as an undervalued receiver and every year he’s one of the leaders in consistency in a PPR format. This year, Fantasy owners are even more scared of him due to his move to Cleveland. Yeah, I get that! I live near Cleveland and have been a Browns fan my whole life! But, before you write him off, remember this: Jay Cutler was his quarterback and DeVante Parker was his WR2 in 2017 and he was still 94% consistent. Still worried about 2018? I’m not. Now, I’m not going to say that Landry will be 90% consistent, but I am saying that based on his ADP of WR20/pick 43, I feel this could be some great value as your WR2 if he gets close to 80% consistent. I’m buying! 

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