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SportsPulse: It's the most beautiful time of the year. Fantasy Football Draft Season! Trysta Krick gives tips to dominate your design and tear your competition into tears.
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When the Fantasy Football Draft Day approaches, players should beware of players in danger of failing. Nothing is worse than spending a high draft pick on a player who is a fraction of the value. That can lower your season.

Here are some of the biggest potential busts this season in any position. They should be avoided in their current average draft and only be taken to a deep discount. Do not rely on these players who carry your fantasy teams.

For more information on your design, see thehuddle.com. Here are the top 200 players for the upcoming season, the all-sleeper team and the all-risk team.

QUARTERBACK

Dak Prescott, Cowboys: Not enough offensive support or the talent needed to overcome it.

RUNNING BACK

LeSean McCoy, Bills: Legal concerns aside, his line looks awful, he's 30, and a rookie could be his QB.

WIDE RECEIVER

Larry Fitzgerald, Cardinals: Age-35 Season, lacks TD production, rookie QB threatens.

TIGHT END

Jack Doyle, Colts: Could see drastically fewer targets due to more options around him.

KICKER

Dan Bailey, Cowboys: In ADP heavily overrated and dependent on a seriously weak offense.

DEFENSE / SPECIAL TEAMS

Detroit Lions: Do not repeat 7 TDs again; have to create a stronger defensive pressure.