The biggest ADP mover over the past 2 weeks? No surprise: Browns WR Josh Gordon, who was reinstated (and suspended 4 games) on July 25.
Gordon was just a late-round flier before that news, with an ADP in the 17th round. That’s vaulted all the way into the 7th over the last few days of July. Teammate Corey Coleman’s price tag, meanwhile, has dropped from the late 6th round to the early 8th.
Let’s check out those guys and the rest of the biggest ADP risers and fallers at the end of July.
Ryan Fitzpatrick, QB, Jets
Mid-July ADP: 193
Late-July ADP: 162
Fitzpatrick’s ADP climb might not be done yet, just 5 days after he re-signed. But he still represents nice value right now as the 22nd QB off the board. He sits 3 spots higher in our rankings.
DeAngelo Williams, RB, Steelers
Mid-July ADP: 131
Late-July ADP: 79
Le’Veon Bell’s suspension has boosted Williams into the middle of the 7th round. That’s a fair price for a guy who should produce RB1 numbers over the first 4 games and then be a high-upside handcuff the rest of the way.
Arian Foster, RB, Dolphins
Mid-July ADP: 133
Late-July ADP: 89
Foster is now going just 2 picks behind teammate Jay Ajayi. The veteran figures to pass the youngster in ADP before long. We’re not buying Foster at this price tag.