The Biggest Losers from the NFL Draft

Not everyone came out of the NFL Draft with their dynasty and re-draft value intact. While there were a number of veteran players who are winners in the wake of the big event, several others saw their value take a hit.

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By Cort Smith | @cortnall | Archive

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  1. “Between the rookie, Jeremy Hill, and Mike Gillislee, the majority of their two-down work is now spoken for.“

    I don’t understand how this can be stated so conclusively when he already relegated Gillislee to a healthy scratch and Hill has an uphill battle to make the roster.

    Drafting a 1st RD RB isn’t great for Burkhead, but his point per game last year returned value for a 7th rounder. His ADP will naturally drop. Who’s to say there won’t be rookie struggles with the Pats complicated O.

    Burkhead is a buy for me. Worst case I think you break even on a 8-10 RD pick.

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