What Players Have We Drafted Most Often?
Everyone has “their guys,” but sometimes it’s hard to land all of your preferred players. Then there’s that group of players who always find a way to your team, for whatever reason. Our experts look back at their player exposures and discuss who they’ve landed on most often.
What player have you unintentionally drafted a lot of shares in?
Beermakersfan: I’ve been high on Darwin Thompson this entire offseason so was lucky to grab a bunch of shares at a much cheaper price point than what we’re paying right now. Anthony Miller is another guy that has ended up on a bunch of my teams, which I’m also excited about.
Nathan Coleman: My ownership of George Kittle is at 25% and rising. We know from the past three years that taking an elite TE early significantly boosts the win rate of teams. Sadly I also have too many shares of Doug Baldwin from my early March drafting days.
STLCards: In looking over my exposure right now, I’ve ended up with more Michael Gallup than I would care to admit. This could work out in the event that Ezekiel Elliott extends his holdout into the regular season, and I also have Gallup paired on a lot of squads with Dak Prescott as my QB2. I like the potential correlation there.
JSURab: Tevin Coleman is the guy that I have the most shares of in best ball. I was getting him in the sixth round early on. He’s now a fifth-round pick, but I still like him in this offense back with his old coach Kyle Shanahan.