Heading into the 2010 fantasy football season, these players were supposed to be fantasy football superstars. However, somewhere along the way, something went wrong. If you had one of these players on your fantasy team, there’s a good chance your season ended a long time ago. Without further ado, here are our biggest fantasy football disappointments of the 2010 season:
QB Brett Favre, Minnesota Vikings
Last season, Brett Favre was outstanding. In fact, he might have had his best year of his career. This season? Not so much. He struggled from Week 1 and never got it back together.
RB Ryan Mathews, San Diego Chargers
In many leagues, Ryan Mathews was a first round draft pick. Oops. Mathews has hardly produced at all this season. At times, he hasn’t been the best or even second best running back on the Chargers.
WR Randy Moss, Tennessee Titans
Behind Andre Johnson, Randy Moss was supposed to be the best wide receiver in fantasy football this season. Instead, Moss had a tumultuous season that ended up with him being irrelevant in the fantasy world.
TE John Carlson, Seattle Seahawks
In his first two seasons, John Carlson had more than 1,200 yards and 12 touchdowns. In his third season in the NFL, he struggled mightily. With a game to go, he has 315 yards and a single TD.