Instead of repeating his 14-TD campaign from 2015, Robinson face-planted. He failed to top 900 yards receiving and only scored six times.
The team at SportsLine was all off Robinson last year. Their model, which was originally used to power Fantasy Football projections at the three largest sites, had Robinson finishing well outside the top 10. He ended the season as the WR28.
If you’re drafting this year, you need to check out SportsLine’s cheat sheets. When it came to ranking players last season, their model out-performed human experts by 25 percent when there was a big difference in ranking — four spots for a QB, seven for a RB, and nine for a WR.
Plus, their cheat sheets are available for every major Fantasy Football site, so no matter where you play, you can use them. And they’re updated every four hours, so any time news breaks, you’ll have the latest fantasy football rankings at your fingertips.
One huge bust SportsLine is calling this season: Raiders QB Derek Carr. He has an ADP in the sixth round, but SportsLine’s cheat sheets have him ranked the same as Tyrod Taylor (12th round), Carson Palmer (11th round) and Matthew Stafford (10th round). Don’t be fooled by Carr’s hype.
Another player you’ll want to steer clear of: T.Y. Hilton. Coming off a rock solid 91-catch, six-touchdown season, Hilton is primed for regression. With QB Andrew Luck ailing, Hilton could be catching passes from Scott Tolzien in Week 1. SportsLine has Hilton (third-round ADP) projected similarly to Stefon Diggs (sixth-round) and Willie Snead (seventh-round).
So what busts should you avoid in your Fantasy Football draft? And what big-name tight end could ruin your season? Visit SportsLine now to get Fantasy Football cheat sheets from the model that called Allen Robinson’s face-plant last season and find out.