Targeting undervalued Tennessee Titans players could reap big dividends for owners in fantasy football drafts.
As the preseason begins in earnest this week, fantasy draft season begins right alongside it. Every fantasy owner is looking for undervalued contributors that can outperform their draft spot. Last year, owners that took a chance on Todd Gurley rode his highly productive fantasy season straight into the playoffs, and owners are now trying to identify this year’s Todd Gurley. Whoever discovers a top performer late in the draft will reap dividends for the rest of the season.
As seems to be the case almost every year, Titans players are largely undervalued in fantasy football. I think part of this is that Tennessee is a small-market team that doesn’t get a ton of national media coverage, which makes drafters hesitant to take players they have heard little about. Titans fans who are well-informed about our skill position players can exploit the undervaluing of Titans players to get great value later in the draft to complement top-tier talents added earlier.
Let’s take a look at each of the key fantasy football contributors on the Titans roster, as well as their average draft position (from FantasyFootballCalculator) to reveal the kind of value fantasy owners can obtain by targeting Titans players in their fantasy draft.