Fantasy Football Players to Drop Heading Into Week 10
Once again, a bunch of players proved that they’re absolutely worthless in Week 9 of fantasy football action. Sure, they may have shown potential earlier in the season but now — it’s time to let them go.
Dexter McCluster had one good game and everyone flocked to him because of the hype from yesteryear. Now that everyone has seen that he was nothing more than a flash from the pan, he’s being dropped in all leagues.
Kenbrell Thompkins should no longer be on your fantasy team because he’s no longer in the New England Patriots’ starting lineup. He didn’t play in Week 9 because frankly, the Patriots didn’t need him. That’s the sign of a worthless player in fantasy land.
Kenny Stills is the new Devery Henderson, so he shouldn’t be on your fantasy team. I know he had a big game last week, but he was worthless in Week 9 and he’ll remain that way because he’s just a streaky player with a negative correlation in his stats. Go ahead and drop him.
Well so much for Ted Ginn Jr. becoming the next big sleeper receiver. After all the hype heading into Week 9, he had one measly catch for 10 yards despite the Carolina Panthers scoring 34 points. Drop him like a bad habit.
The same goes for Drew Davis, who was supposed to become a reliable starting option in Week 9. Instead, he disappeared and Roddy White should be back soon, so ditch Davis now.
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