3 supposed stars that should not be in fantasy lineups again this season

All of these players were drafted to be big pieces of your fantasy football team, but if they haven't cost you everything already, they will.

Dec 3, 2023; Houston, Texas, USA;Denver Broncos wide receiver Jerry Jeudy (10) catches the ball
Dec 3, 2023; Houston, Texas, USA;Denver Broncos wide receiver Jerry Jeudy (10) catches the ball / Thomas Shea-USA TODAY Sports
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Jerry Jeudy, Denver Broncos
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Jerry Jeudy, WR, Denver Broncos

The Broncos had a five-game winning streak snapped last week by the Houston Texans and following that loss, there was quite a bit of talk in the media about how Russell Wilson needs to give Jerry Jeudy a chance and show some confidence in the former first-round pick.

Well. Jeudy got his chances against the Los Angeles Chargers on Sunday and he flat-out flopped. Jeudy dropped two passes when Wilson gave him a shot on long balls and he had another touchdown wiped out because he forgot to drag his second foot, something all of the great wide receivers routinely do.

He finished the game with two receptions for 16 yards, and if you look at his numbers this season, that's an average game for Jeudy. In fact, here are his per-game averages this season:

Receptions: 3.2
Yards: 39
TDs: 0.07

Those numbers aren't even good enough to be on a fantasy bench, let alone in the starting lineup. Whole the Broncos have seen Courtland Sutton reel in 10 touchdown receptions, Jeudy has one.

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The Broncos should be incredibly sick of this dude and fantasy managers should give up on him. Give him away for anything you can get back in dynasty formats and in a seasonal league, he's not even worth rostering.