The off-season for dynasty is what separates the men from the boys. Key trades, key movements can set someone’s fantasy football team up for a dynasty run.
Dynasty Fantasy Football is active all year long and the best part has reached like the long night in Game Of Thrones. Trades and key movements must be made to keep up with league mates and create a dynasty.
With that being said, there were a ton of stars this year with mediocre 2021 seasons. High hopes from week one came crumbling down to potential buy-low candidates now.
Dynasty Fantasy Football Buy low candidate #1: Terry McLaurin
Scary Terry and it isn’t Rozier from the New Orleans Hornets. Terry McLaurin is a star receiver in the NFL. Questionable quarterback play has halted what could be an amazing career.
Not all are quarterback-proof like DeAndre Hopkins. Terry McLaurin finished as the WR25 on the season after an off-season ADP of WR10. Being drafted as a WR1 to finish on the outside of WR2 range is extremely underwhelming.
Terry and the other receiver that will be mentioned both have one thing in common. They both started out on fire which made them sell high candidates. After the first month of the season, Terry was the WR6. Then, after another month, Terry was the WR15 which is five spots under his ADP but still a starter in leagues.
The second half of the season was where the underwhelming play started. From week 8 till the end of the season, Terry was the WR42. It sounds bad, but it is a blessing in disguise.
This ending to the season makes Terry a prime buy-low candidate and this is his floor. With still in question who the quarterback for the WFT will be in 2022, acquiring Terry at a low cost can be a great risk/reward situation. A WR1 just waiting to explode with a star quarterback.