If you want to win your fantasy league, it is crucial to kill the fantasy draft and select players that will produce for you during the regular season. To do this, it is necessary to identify players who are currently undervalued at their respective positions. To win your fantasy Football league this season, try to draft these undervalued stars just a little bit higher than the competition.

#1: Jeremy Langford.

The Bears new starting running back will finally get a chance to shine in a feature role now that Matt Forte is gone. The Bears will run the ball enough for Langford to get tons of touches, including all goal line looks.

If Langford is available in the middle of the third round, it would be wise to spend a fantasy pick on him and reap the rewards.

#2: Kevin White.

People have forgotten about Kevin White after his injury sidelined him for his entire rookie season last year. Now that he has an opportunity to contribute, expect him to become a legitimate #2 wide receiver that will likely be one of Cutler’s favorite targets. White’s talent should make him a top 20 fantasy wide receiver in 2016.

#3: Latavius Murray.

Murray has all the tools to be a great running back in this league. He’s tall, strong, and extremely quick, a deadly combination. The Raiders gave him the football a ton last season and he racked up 1,066 yards and 6 touchdowns.

The Raiders offense has improved enough for him to have a huge fantasy season this year, barring an injury.

#4: Steve Smith.

Steve Smith has once again refused to retire after injuring himself last season. The Ravens still lack a true number one receiver, so expect Smith to get plenty of fantasy production this season, especially if Breshad Perriman is going to be out for an extended period of time again.

#5: Matt Ryan.

The Atlanta Falcons quarterback struggled last season, throwing only 21 touchdowns and a whopping 16 interceptions. Ryan hadn’t put up statistics that poor since his rookie year in the league. Prior to 2015, he had thrown at least 26 touchdown passes in 6 consecutive seasons. Wait for Ryan to fall to you in the draft, then pounce and take him when nobody else realizes how much fantasy potential Ryan has for 2016.

#6: Sammy Watkins.

This Buffalo Bills star lit up the league in the second half of the fantasy season last year. In his last six weeks, Watkins had six touchdowns and scored over 20 fantasy points twice. In that time interval, Watkins’ lowest fantasy output was 8 points. If his 2016 season is anything like his second half, fantasy owners will be richly rewarded for their gamble.

#7: Isiah Crowell.

The Browns elected not to draft any running backs and new coach Hue Jackson has already indicated that he remains comfortable with the backs the Browns have. If that’s the case, I like Crowell’s fantasy potential in a Browns offense that should rely heavily on the run with RGIII at quarterback.

#8: Zach Miller.

Man, I’m picking a lot of Bears for this list. I’m betting on the Bears offense to have a big year in 2016, especially because their defensive prowess is lackluster. Cutler loves to throw to his tight ends, and Miller proved that he can fill that role effectively in 2015 with three straight performances over 50 receiving yards and one touchdown. Expect Miller to be a solid fantasy option as a full time starter.

#9: Jay Ajayi.

The Dolphins failed to get C.J. Anderson and didn’t get anybody in free agency, so it looks like Ajayi time in Miami. Now that Miller has left Miami, Ajayi will get pretty much all the touches, including the goal line ones, making him a valuable fantasy RB who is currently being underdrafted in about the 5th round right now.

#10: Stephen Gostkowski.

The Patriots kicker is surprisingly one of the top fantasy scorers every single year. This year, instead of waiting to draft a kicker in the last round, take Gostkowski in the 12th round to get a consistent fantasy kicker who scores a lot of points that you will never have to worry about.

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