Buy-Low Candidates After Two Weeks
If you play the stock market, you know that the best time to sell is generally when everyone is highest on a stock. On the flip side, savvy investors look to buy when a stock's price is at its lowest point.
Fantasy football isn't only similar to a stock market, it is a stock market. Like a stock trader, your goal as an owner is to recognize where perceived value doesn't reflect actual value. Today, I'll take a look at a few "buy low" candidates-players whose actual value significantly exceeds their limited 2012 production.
Matthew Stafford, Detroit Lions
In my league, Stafford is ranked 21st among all quarterbacks - behind Andrew Luck, Mark Sanchez and Andy Dalton. No one thinks he'll remain that low as the season progresses, but most people are no longer buying Stafford as a top-five quarterback.
The Lions threw the ball more than any team in the NFL last You've reached the end of our free article preview.
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