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Fantasy Football: Two stars to fade (and one trend to buy in on) in 2023

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In the same way we start thinking about what could be at the end of each year, fantasy football managers think about what could be with their seasons. I personally know I couldn’t stop thinking about what it would have been like if I had picked one of the highest scoring quarterbacks and not the likes of Tom Brady and Aaron Rogers. And because I didn’t get the results I wanted from either of those two signalers, I’ll probably be fading into my 2023 drafts.

I’m sure I’m not the only one who’s already thinking about which players they’ll either draft outright next season, or who they’ll definitely not pay ADP for.

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Fantasy football analyst Dalton Del Don also reveals who he is disappearing in 2023 in the video above!

The best players will disappear in 2023

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Back in the 2022 draft season, Dalton made a bold disappearance claim Travis Kelsey. The thought process and analysis were right: Kelsey was a year older and he wouldn’t Tyreke Hill around to get protective attention.

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Of course, we now know Dalton and everyone else who doubted that Kelsey would end up wrong as he races to another TE1 finish.

However, Dalton is unfazed this year as he will be leaving Kelsey again in 2023!

Travis Kelsey (87) is a fantasy superstar.
Will Travis Kelsey finally fall off the fantasy tight end leaderboard in 2023? (Photo by Scott Winters/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images)

Another fading Dalton star is the Arizona Cardinals quarterback. Kyler Murray. Murray’s season was lost with an ACL tear, and his recovery is likely to hinder his run as a double-threat quarterback. Not only that, but the Cardinals offense as a whole is in limbo due to the absence of Cliff Kingsbury and rumors of DeAndre Hopkins emerging trade.

It’s not all fading and downsides though – Dalton also highlights a positive trend that developers need to keep in mind in 2023, especially with rookie receivers.

Check out his full analysis in the video above!



Source: sports.yahoo.com

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