Why it’s time to drop a preseason fantasy sleeper

Why it’s time to drop a preseason fantasy sleeper


BRAD EVANS: Brad Evans here, and it’s time to get social. Let’s head out to Twitter. We got a question here from Zach. Nice use of the hashtag #AskFFL, by the way there, Zachariah. “Should I drop Devin Funchess?” Well, we gotta qualify this. Depends what size league you’re in. If you’re in a 10-teamer, 12-teamer, or, God forbid, an 8-teamer– A, you need to get more friends if you’re in that size of a league. B, please challenge yourself overall– I would say, yes, he is expendable. An interesting note is that he’s actually played one less snap compared to Ted Ginn, Jr, but the workload simply hasn’t been there. Seven targets, three receptions, 28 yards, and a touchdown in two games. I will say this. If you’re in a deeper league, hang on to Funchess, because the upside is still built into him. Now, clearly he’s not going to surpass Kelvin Benjamin, who is the stud, out of this receiving corps. But the next three weeks set up decently. Actually, the next four weeks set up decently for the Carolina Panthers. Not so much in week three as the Panthers host Minnesota. But after that, at Atlanta, Tampa Bay, at New Orleans. With some bye weeks kicking in, Funchess could have some flexy sexy appeal, again, in deeper formats.

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