Fantasy Football, another year in the books. Losers, winners, bad and good luck. It’s time to break down the Fantasy Football awards for the 2021 season.
Fantasy Football, another year in the books. Injuries, COVID, and overall weird weeks, but we made it. Congratulations to everyone who captured championships and on to the off-season!
It’s only right to acknowledge the players that impacted fantasy football the most. These players were key to their team’s success or downfall. Personally, the goal is that one-day Fantasy Football is so big that these awards become real and trophies are given to these players.
The fantasy football underachiever of the year: Terry McLaurin
The person who receives this award does not mean they are bad by any means. This player just did not perform to standards from the off-season. Terry McLaurin fits this description perfectly.
McLaurin finished the fantasy season as the WR25. Coming into the 2021 season, his ADP was WR10.
Through mediocre quarterback play, McLaurin has posted only eight double-digit games playing in every single one. It shows how flawed the ADP system can be.
A player like Amon-Ra St. Brown is WR24 and had an ADP of WR72 in the off-season. Terry McLaurin has been deemed as quarterback proof, but this year might have shown that Washington needs to get their star wide-out a top-tier quarterback.