10. Daniel Jones (Sell)
If you’re waiting for the breakout of Daniel Jones, you really need to stop holding your breath. Three touchdown passes in two weeks, against two lousy teams, doesn’t mean Jones is suddenly anything more than a young quarterback with a questionable future.
In addition to the fact that Jones continues to throw interceptions at a near-clockwork rate (7 thrown in 7 games), he finds new and inventive ways to screw over anyone starting him in fantasy football. His open-field stumble that he suffered against the Philadelphia, costing himself a touchdown, will be on football blooper reels for a long time.