2014 was not a great year for taking chances in fantasy football land.
The allure of the possible led the fantasy community to prop up unproven commodities such as Toby Gerhart, Cordarrelle Patterson, Montee Balland Andre Ellington to heights they fell incredibly short of. While none of those players had produced as a top 24 player at their positions, they were drafted due to their supposed potential to do just that.
In fact, there were eight players selected in the top 60 in 2014 that had yet to post a season in the top 24 of their position group, and only one returned the value on his average draft position. And that one player, Emmanuel Sanders, just so happened to upgrade to Peyton Manning as his quarterback…
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