It’s Okay to Overpay: D.J. Moore

Too often when playing dynasty fantasy football we get enamored with being able to buy low on players. Don't get me wrong. Buying low on a player is a sound strategy. But sometimes players are worth the full cost of their market value. In even rarer cases some players are worth overpaying for. Even overpaying is a relative term. If you overpay today for a player who turns into a perennial WR1/RB1 in the future, did you really overpay? What someone sees as an overpay today could be looked at completely differently next season. I'm a strong proponent of paying up to acquire players when I believe they will be long-term fantasy studs. One such player that fits that definition for me is D.J. Moore.
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