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Going Down? MFL10 ADP Fallers – April 19th

We are more than halfway through the month of April, and with the NFL draft mere days away, the act of Best Ball roster construction continues at a pace. With free agency essentially at an end, the next time the NFL landscape will truly shift will be after the bunting has been cleared from the park in Philadelphia, when Mr. Irrelevant hears his name called. But that’s the future, our topic here is the past. Let’s take a look back at the last month’s MFL10 data, and see four players who have suddenly become unpopular. For this article, I am looking at MFL10 ADP data, using the RotoViz Best Ball ADP App, for the period March 18th to April 19th. Of the prominent fallers, we have two Hall of Fame candidates, a sophomore wide receiver, and one player who was probably hoping to have a bit more of the ball himself in 2017. But your time is short, and the hour is late. Shall we press on?

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By Neil Dutton | @ndutton13 | Archive

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  1. JLaps says:

    I've been wondering as I draft best-ball teams, why is AP still going so much higher than Jamaal Charles? Neither have a team, both are coming off major injuries, but AP is older and doesn't really catch passes. Is it because AP has been visiting more teams and there's been relatively little buzz around Charles?

    I'm not saying either of them should be going significantly higher than where they are, I just don't really understand the ~3-round gap in ADP between the two.

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