Martavias Bryant’s fantasy football rankings fall as a result of a lack of self-disipline

Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver Martavias Bryant was selected in the fourth round in the 2014 NFL draft. Every since he was drafted by the Steelers misconduct, poor performance, and injuries have prevented him from transforming into a WR1 with high fantasy football rankings (elite receiver). At 6’4″ 211 pounds and a speed of 4.42, he has the assets to be a serious Ariel threat. There are plenty of fantasy football players that have suffered greatly from selecting Bryant because they thought he would rank high for fantasy football rankings.

In 2014, Bryant sat out six games after suffering an A/C sprain and performing horribly during the offseason. In 2015, he was suspended the first four games for violating the drug policy. In 2016, coaches and fans had high expectations for Bryant, but once again, they were let down. He failed his second drug test and was forced to sit out all season.

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