10 ADP Bargains to Draft on NFL.com
Finding value is critical in fantasy football drafts. Being a slave to a single set of rankings or the ADP on your chosen fantasy platform will often lead to an uninspired, run-of-the-mill squad. But fear not, mining value picks in your draft isn’t some sort of arduous, research-intensive endeavor (unless you truly want that, of course). Here at 4for4, we have a much simpler solution for subscribers: the 4for4 ADP Bargains (Sleepers) tool. This technological wonder allows you to put 4for4’s rankings side-by-side with the ADP of a site of your choosing to see instantly where the true value lies.
And because I love all of our 4for4 subscribers (and my readers in particular), I’ve saved you even more of the hard work by listing 10 of my favorite ADP bargains on NFL.com in the article below. Many of the sites have similar ADP bargains, so be sure to check my other articles linked below for more players to keep an eye on, and don’t forget to check back on the ADP Bargains tool often to keep up with how ADPs are shifting as the season approaches.
ADP Bargains on NFL.com
QB Kyler Murray, Arizona Cardinals (ADP: 123)
The No. 1 overall pick carries great expectations on his shoulders as the future of the Arizona Cardinals. He could be up to the challenge and be a huge fantasy asset as well. Head coach Kliff Kingsbury is catering his offense around Murray’s strengths, which include an excellent arm and (most importantly for fantasy) dynamic running ability. The Konami Code quarterbacks, as they’re called, can be league-winning assets. Case in point, Josh Allen was the highest-scoring fantasy quarterback from Week 12 through Week 17 last season, thanks in large part to his 476 rushing yards and five rushing scores in that span. Murray is an ideal late-round quarterback target who can still be a value if you reach for him ahead of NFL.com’s ADP.
QB Jameis Winston, Tampa Bay Buccaneers (ADP: 166)
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