It can be tempting to take a household name receiver early in a fantasy football draft, but you’ll often find that the league’s most recognizable players aren’t always the best value. ESPN fantasy football expert Matthew Berry identified a few players who are typically picked far earlier than they should be in drafts. Bengals WR A.J. Green 2017 production:*16 games, 143 targets, 75 receptions, 1,078 yards, 8 TDs “I’m a little nervous about A.J. Green. Look, I think he’s a wide receiver stud. He’s been a stud for years, obviously. I’m a little nervous about him this year, where he’s going in drafts. He’s my wide receiver No. 10, but here’s a guy who had a career-low reception rate last season,