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2014 Fantasy Football Bust Team after 4 weeks

Every year fantasy football has guys that come out of the woodwork and do really good while guys that are supposed to be really good suck. So after one quarter of football play we would like to list our fantasy football bust team.

QB – Tom Brady – Patriots have struggled badly this year and Tom Brady is averaging one touchdown per game after four games. He’s 21st in passing yards and 21st in touchdowns thrown this year Brady is a big-time BUST in fantasy football.

RB – Adrian Peterson – The Minnesota Vikings were forced to move on from their best running back because he was stupid and placed his hands on his little child. Peterson cost many people in the first round to lose their best football player on their fantasy teams. He has Bust written all over him.

RB – LeSean McCoy – Many people had McCoy as the number one pick in the fantasy football draft. He’s averaged a lousy 40 plus yards a game and cannot find the endzone.

WR – Larry Fitzgerald – Arizona Cardinals have not been able to utilize Fitzgerald due to the injury of Carson Palmer. Instead the team has been targetting rookie John Brown instead.

WR – Demaryius Thomas – The Broncos have too many weapons and Thomas is not getting the number of targets he was last year. With the addition of Emmanuel Sanders, Thomas has become the third wheel.

TE – Jordan Cameron – The Cleveland Browns need all the targets they can get, and with the injury to Jordan Cameron the team has not been able to find him. Cameron has three receptions all year amd has been horrible.

DEF – New Orleans Saints – Last year the Rob Ryan led defense was tough, this year they are only one of two teams in the NFL without an interception. They have been pretty sad so far and they are getting gashed by opposing teams.

Stay Tuned for our Fantasy Steal Team coming up next.

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