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2013's Ten Most Disappointing Fantasy Football Players

New York Giants running back David Wilson was supposed to have a breakout, not a breakdown, year in 2013.  He was ranked No. 35 in last year's fantasy football draft.  Instead, he appeared in only five games and scored one touchdown.
New York Giants running back David Wilson was supposed to have a breakout, not a breakdown, year in 2013. He was ranked No. 35 in last year's fantasy football draft. Instead, he appeared in only five games and scored one touchdown.
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Who wants to appear on the 10 most disappointing list for anything?

Unfortunately for NFL players, someone has to report who NOT to select in the 2014 fantasy football draft.

The 10 players on this list failed to meet the expectations of fantasy football participants. They played an average of 11 games during the 2013 NFL season. They include running backs, wide receivers and tight ends, and surprisingly no quarterbacks. Their 2013 draft value was as high as No. 35 and low as No. 132.

A slideshow has been attached to this article to provide the disappointing statistics that earned each player a spot on this list. Without further ado, here are 2013's ten most disappointing fantasy football players.

  1. David Wilson, running back, New York Giants
  2. Chris Givens, wide receiver, St. Louis Rams
  3. Miles Austin, wide receiver, Dallas Cowboys
  4. Vick Ballard, running back, Indianapolis Colts
  5. Vincent Brown, wide receiver, San Diego Chargers
  6. Lance Moore, wide receiver, New Orleans Saints
  7. Fred Davis, tight end, Washington Redskins
  8. Kenny Britt, wide receiver, Tennessee Titans
  9. Brandon Myers, tight end, New York Giants
  10. Kenbrell Thompkins, wide receiver, New England Patriots

As you can see, we can congratulate or feel sympathy for the New York Giants who have two players on this list. Also, it is worth noting that playoff teams and non-playoff teams provided personnel in this most disappointing aspect of fantasy football.