Finding Fantasy Value on Bad Offenses

In the NFL, some offenses are considered to be bad. Some teams employ a subpar quarterback, lack dynamic skill position players or even have both of those issues. No matter the situation, there is still value to be found on these bad offenses. I will provide three examples of these kinds of players.Josh Allen (QB - BUF):Not many expect the Buffalo Bills to be a good real-life offense. I expect them to be one of the worst performing offenses in the league. On top of that, the Bills have four wide receivers expected to get targets: Zay Jones, Robert Foster, Cole Beasley, and John Brown. I doubt any of those receivers will be a usable fantasy option. Also, the Bills boast a crowded and underwhelming running back room consisting of LeSean McCoy, Devin Singletary, T.J. Yeldon, and Frank Gore. All of those players could receive touches, and likely none will be valuable in fantasy.However, Josh Allen could finish as a top-10 quarterback in 2019.
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jkarp

Fantasy Football lover. Columbia SPS Sports Management student. Writer for @DFF_Redraft. #DFFArmy #FantasyFootball You can find me on Twitter @DFF_Justin.

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