Friday, December 27, 2013


Last but not least before we put the 2013 fantasy football season to rest, we present to you our All Value team.  These are the players who supplied the biggest bang for your fantasy football bucks and likely helped many owners take home their league titles.  Let's check out who made the cut.

QB (2)

Nick Foles/Philip Rivers/Ryan Tannehill:  Foles you can argue is the value play of the year as it seemed like he threw three touchdowns falling out of bed.  Rivers meanwhile came very cheap in the draft but turned back the clock to his earlier Pro Bowl seasons.  Finally Tannehill took a nice step forward this season with 23 touchdowns and played his best down the stretch.

RB (3)

Knowshon Moreno/Zac Stacy/Danny Woodhead:  Stacy was the RB version of Nick Foles as he was a stud from October on.  Moreno meanwhile finally stayed healthy and racked up 10 scores and over 1,000 rushing yards and 55 grabs.  Finally Woodhead was a monster PPR back who has six touchdown grabs and 2 more on the ground.

WR (5)

Antonio Brown/Julian Edelman/Josh Gordon/Keenan Allen/Alshon Jeffery:  Brown, Gordon, and Jeffery all made the All Pro team and for good reason.  They all make this team too as all except Brown was drafted in the majority of leagues.  And Brown was picked as a WR 3 according to his ADP.  Meanwhile Allen was the best rookie receiver by far and Edelman did what we thought Danny Amendola would in the Patriots' awesome passing game.

TE (2)

Julius Thomas/Jordan Cameron:  Easy picks here as both guys went undrafted and than went on to have top five seasons among the tight ends in the game.  Just terrific value for both.

K (1)

Ryan Succop:  Succop kicked a ton of field goals this season for a Chiefs offense that was much better than we all thought it could be.

DEF (1)

New Orleans Saints:  Shocking how good they were just a season off one of the worst performances from a defensive unit in league history. 

There you have it.  Since this is a democracy let's hear your thoughts.

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