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With the #Fantasy Football season winding down, it’s time to start thinking about roster composition. That means both adding #Players from the waiver wire and dropping players who are no longer relevant in fantasy football. They might have started the season as decent players, but at this point, they are no longer worth owning. Let’s take a look at a few players that should be dropped in all leagues.

1. Patriots RB Mike Gillislee

The Patriots have always been a pain for fantasy owners looking for running backs. The starter seems to change every other week and you have no idea who is getting the workload each week. After week 10, it’s clear that Dion Lewis and Rex Burkhead are going to get a majority of the workload moving forward.

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Gillislee has been in the doghouse since a fumble against Tampa Bay, and Belichick isn’t going to bring him back anytime soon

2. Eagles RB LeGarrette Blount

Blount has had varying degrees of fantasy success this year, but Philadelphia appears set on moving away from him. They traded for Jay Ajayi and Corey Clement is slowly starting to eat up more and more of Blount’s carries. At this point, Blount may be reduced to nothing more than a short down back and that means he is no longer fantasy relevant.

3. Packers WR Jordy Nelson

It is really hard to put Nelson’s name on this list just one year after he led all fantasy leaders in scoring, but with Rodgers out, Nelson is a mediocre fantasy wide receiver who doesn’t belong on rosters. He has just 55 yards receiving and five fantasy points over the last two games and the Packers haven’t had a receiver go for more than 100 receiving yards since the injury to Aaron Rodgers.

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It’s time to say goodbye to Jordy [VIDEO] and look for better options on the waiver wire [VIDEO].

4. Bills QB Tyrod Taylor

Those who thought #Tyrod Taylor could be a serviceable fantasy quarterback watched the Saints defense absolutely destroy him as he passed for just 56 yards and threw one interception. His rushing ability always made him an intriguing option, but at this point we have to wonder if Tyrod Taylor is even going to be the starter [VIDEO] for the Bills moving forward.

5. Texans WR Will Fuller

With DeShaun Watson, Fuller was a dangerous threat who seemed to score a touchdown every week. With Tom Savage at quarterback, Fuller is no longer fantasy relevant as the Texans offense appears to be stuck in neutral. Don't rely on Fuller and instead search for better fantasy options via trade or waiver wire pickups.