We have now passed the midway point of most Fantasy leagues. Because of this, we pretty much have gotten a good evaluation of all players Fantasy values for this season. Late season breakouts will still happen among other things, but all in all, we pretty much know what we have.
Since we know what we have by now, we can confidently declare the big busts of this season. Some of these busts still deserve to be owned but some are even droppable at this point, and the two players on this weeks list fall under this criteria. They both were 100% owned players coming into the year, and now are fully droppable. Can you guess who they are? I’ll give you five seconds.
Okay, time’s up. Let’s see if you were able to guess correctly.
Week 9 Who To Drop
Martavis Bryant, WR, Pittsburgh Steelers (60.6% owned)
Getting demoted to the scout team should signal that a player should be dropped. I personally would hold onto him until after Tuesday’s trade deadline just in case he is on the move, but if he stays put, he becomes a must-drop.
Terrelle Pryor, WR, Washington Redskins (74.1% owned)
As a player drafted as high as the second and third rounds of this year’s Fantasy drafts, it is a crushing blow to be droppable without sustaining an injury. That is what has occurred with Pryor this year. He has been terrible, and his playing time is decreasing as a result. Feel free to drop him.
Players From Previous Articles Who Still Need To Be Dropped
Aaron Rodgers, QB, Green Bay Packers (51.2% owned)
Martellus Bennett, TE, Green Bay Packers (55.2% owned)
Jeremy Maclin, WR, Baltimore Ravens (60.3% owned)
Randall Cobb, WR, Green Bay Packers (76.1% owned)
David Johnson, RB, Arizona Cardinals (77.4% owned)
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