- Tim Hasselbeck, NFL
As I continue to make my preparations for the 2014 fantasy football season, a number of players stick out as guys I definitely want on my team, while there are others I'm definitely going to avoid.
For the first group, this isn't to say I'll be drafting any of these players with my first pick, but the value I have on them is higher than where they've been going in ESPN.com drafts so far, according to average draft position (ADP).
I'm not going to say you'll win your fantasy league if you land all these players -- again, the value matters -- but here are six fantasy players I'll be targeting, based on what I've seen on film, what I've heard from players, coaches and executives, and the experience I've gained playing both in the NFL and in fantasy football leagues.
Note that players are arranged in order of ADP as of Aug. 20, and the 2013 point totals are based on ESPN.com standard scoring.
Tim Hasselbeck outlines six must-have fantasy players for the 2014 season. He leads with Green Bay Packers running back Eddie Lacy, who should benefit from a full season with Aaron Rodgers.