2019 NFL Draft Guide: Avoid Injury-Prone Players
James Grande shares their thoughts about why you shouldn't draft injury-prone players in fantasy football.
The Super Bowl comes to an end. It’s now the offseason and websites everywhere begin thinking about the following season. Then the draft comes along with free agency and the league starts taking shape and how each team is going to look. On every team, there will be a few very, VERY talented players that simply cannot stay healthy. When it comes to fantasy football, these are the players that we should look to avoid -- for the most part -- in our drafts.
Is there “Injury-Prone” Criteria?
What do you think of when you hear “injury-prone”? It’s really as simple as someone who is often injured. That said, there are plenty of injuries due to freak instances such as Steve Smith breaking his arm playing flag football or Brandon Marshall slipping and falling due to a McDonald’s bag, which are two players who were never considered to be injured very much. We compare them to Tyler Eifert who is seemingly built like a glass window as he’s suffered injuries from a separated...