He started playing in the NFL rather late, and profiles as a WR as much as an RB. So he may have a year or even 2 left. Still, there’s no deniyng he’s at a critical age. Sell if you can, but don’t panic sell.
His injury history was never as scary as it looked at first sight. He should have 1-2 good years left, but he’s also getting riskier.
He’s really old. He’s seen very high usage. He’s on the trading block. He’s with a team that doesn’t look like it’s improving. Do we really need any more warning signs?
He’s getting older, and not any better. But he also has no competition on the team. If he stays healthy, he should see another RB1 season.
His days as a Viking and as an NFL starter are numbered.
I don’t see how the Packers will squeeze another good season out of him.
I expect him to have 2 more elite seasons. If I can get him with an age discount, I’ll not be shy buying him.
He’ll turn 31 this season. He came to the Raiders looking to play with his buddy Carr, who then got the boot. Maybe Adams has 1 more good season in him, but the risk is getting too big.
Like Hill, Diggs can easily have 2 more good seasons in him. He’s a more volatile asset than Tyreek, though, so I wouldn’t be looking to buy him.
He’s done. Even if he can stay healthy, the question is if his QB can. And the Rams are shadow of their former self. Thanks, but no thanks.
With JSN in town, his career is firmly over. Sell if you can. Drop if you can’t.
K Allen: sell
He’s got younger competition and that will impact his situation. Maybe he can show one last workable season, but it won’t be pretty. Sell if you can.
Bottom line: at least 8-9 of these 12 players will disappoint their fantasy owners this year. I’ll gladly pass on most of them. In redraft, none of them is a must-have. In dynasty, all of them can be sold. Some if the price is right, others at any price.