Picking a player at an inflated price in your auction draft can set your team back in a major way. In order to succeed, you need the most accurate auction values possible.
That's why SportsLine has come up with the most thorough list of auction draft values anywhere. These are the average auction values for each player from CBS Sports Fantasy analysts Jamey Eisenberg, Heath Cummings and Dave Richard. With their decades of experience in the Fantasy industry, you can know you're getting the best advice possible to crush your auction drafts.
One thing we can tell you: given a $100 budget, Texans wide receiver DeAndre Hopkins is worth $29, making him the most valuable receiver and one of the top-five most valuable players overall.
Hopkins tied Antonio Brown for the second-most Fantasy points for a receiver in 2018, and he had a strong finish to the regular season, turning 39 targets into 31 catches for 421 yards and two touchdowns over the last three weeks. With quarterback Deshaun Watson healthier this season after battling a chest injury last year, the experts like Hopkins' chances of being the No. 1 overall receiver in the league.
SportsLine's consensus Fantasy Football auction values have also placed surprising price tags on several players in new offenses like Le'Veon Bell and Odell Beckham Jr., and they've made the call on exactly how much Ezekiel Elliott is worth as he continues his contract holdout. You ABSOLUTELY need to see these values before making any auction picks in 2019.
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