Yesterday, we hit the guys I'll be targeting the first half of drafts. Those are some big name guys, some under the radar guys, all guys with high ceilings.
As we move toward the second half of the draft, we are willing to take even more risks. These are the players with an ADP of 84.0 or higher I am going after:
1. Mike Tolbert: ADP 84.6
He's the clear third-down back and goal-line man in San Diego's explosive offense. Good value.
2. Matthew Stafford: ADP 95.1
My No. 1 breakout player at the quarterback position. If healthy, he'll be a top-8 QB. Roll the dice.
3. Lance Moore: ADP 108.3
With Reggie Bush gone, Moore will get even more red zone and slot looks. PPR upside.
4. Danny Amendola: ADP 108.6
Playing the Wes Welker role in Josh McDaniels' offense, Amendola could push for 100 catches.
5. Michael Bush: ADP 119.3
If the oft-injured Darren McFadden goes down, Bush would border on RB1 status.
6. Rashad Jennings: ADP 126.0
Maurice Jones-Drew is a poor bet to play all 16 games this year.
7. Robert Meachem: ADP 137.7
Nice upside, especially if Marques Colston's knees don't hold up.
8. Jared Cook: ADP 148.4
An athletic freak that is a good bet to lead the Titans in catches. Way under the radar.
9. Javon Ringer: 154.7
Just in case Chris Johnson's holdout goes into the season.
10. Emmanuel Sanders: 165.0
He's Hines Ward's heir apparent. Ward is declining at a rapid rate.