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Taking the temperature of the fantasy community is extremely important when trying to anticipate prices in your salary cap room. A lack of buzz, or on the flip side, a runaway positive narrative, can often take hold and lead to large price inequities in some draft rooms. We asked our staff for some players whose price might be depressed.
Name a quarterback who is likely to be too cheap this year in salary cap rooms.
Jeff Bell: Deshaun Watson is the prime candidate, given the potential ethical concerns on rostering him and his level of play upon returning at the end of 2022.
Dan Hindery: Daniel Jones. When you think about rushing upside, Jones is not the first name that comes to mind, but he was one of just five quarterbacks last year to rush for 700-plus yards. He finished QB9 in fantasy PPG last year despite throwing just 15 touchdown passes. If that number improves toward the league average, Jones can put up big fantasy stats.
Ben Cummins: Jared Goff. He benefits from having one of the best offensive coordinators and offensive lines that both play to the strengths in his game, improved weapons surrounding Amon-Ra St. Brown, and a favorable fantasy playoff schedule with all dome games.
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