My Favorite Dynasty Buy-Low: DeAndre Washington

When it comes to fantasy football, there is one rule that supersedes all others: buy low, and sell high. Especially in dynasty leagues, the concept of buying a player at his lowest point is one that can have you hanging championships above your mantle season after season. To help you, the RotoViz Staff is compiling their favorite dynasty buy-lows of the 2017 off-season. Mine is DeAndre Washington.

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By Anthony Amico | @amicsta | Archive

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  1. PaulC says:

    You're not worried about the presence of Jalen Richard at all? It seemed at times last year when Murray was dinged or out that they tried to let Washington run with the job, but he couldn't shake Richard, who performed very similarly and earned a fairly even split. To me this ruins the upside, because if Lynch gets injured or is ineffective, I see them going with an even share between Washington and Richard. The draft pick difference didn't seem to matter to the coaches last year, so I don't see how it would this year, and their performance was similar in seemingly every way. So Washington would need not one injury but two to really take off. Unless you're saying that at this price, even having a half share of the workload is still profit (which I guess it might be).

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