Which Cheap NFL Stacks Are We Targeting While Drafting?
Looking for affordable stacks? We have you covered. Several offensive units aren’t getting the attention they deserve in draft rooms, and our experts examine teams and players who stand out as nice values.
What offense is being ignored too much in draft rooms?
STLCards: This is the Ravens almost by default. Lamar Jackson has been going as a back half quarterback. Nobody else outside of Mark Ingram is really being drafted at all. Justice Hill is an intriguing rookie talent. Miles Boykin seems to be on the rise. One of the other receivers could surprise. There’s potential here.
JSURab: One cheap stack that jumps out is the Bills. All three of their top wide receivers along with quarterback Josh Allen have an ADP of 131 or higher, so this stack is extremely affordable. We know Allen wants to throw the deep ball, if he can improve his accuracy these WRs are a value late in drafts.
Nathan Coleman: One team that comes to mind is the Seahawks. Tyler Lockett ranked first in yards per target despite only seeing four per game. Chris Carson should see an uptick in passing volume as the coaching staff has gushed about his ability as a receiver. Russell Wilson was incredibly efficient on just 427 attempts (20th), throwing for 35 touchdowns. All three Seahawks are currently being drafted outside the top 12 at their respective positions, and each have a strong chance of finishing well above their ADP.
JoshADHD: I’ve been stacking passing games for NYJ, IND, ARI and BAL lately given recent steep discounts due to preseason results, injuries, what-have-you. Of those four, I believe BAL offers meteoric passing game upside because of how steeply the Ravens are discounted.