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These undervalued players will help you gain an edge on the competition during your fantasy football auction this season.According to the latest ESPN lLive auction results, each player can be had for less than $5.00.Bills QB Tyrod Taylor: $3.00Taylor is the 25th-most expensive quarterback, which is insane when you consider that he ranked ninth at the position in fantasy points per game last season (18.4).Taylor has a high fantasy floor because of his legs (only Cam Newton exceeded his 568 rushing yards in 14 games last year) and he has intriguing upside thanks to his ability to create big plays with deep throws to Sammy Watkins. Taylor is a borderline top-10 fantasy quarterback who can be had for only a few bucks.Buccaneers QB Jameis Winston: $3.80Winston is the 14th-most expensive quarterback in recent auctions, which is about right, but he has one of the highest ceilings among QBs in his tier. Winston struggled with accuracy (off target a league-worst 23 percent of the time) and his 13th-place finish at the position last year was more a product of volume and health than it was efficiency (he posted three top-10 fantasy weeks, which ranked 20th).On the plus side, Winston ranked eighth at the position with 53 carries and his six rushing scores trailed only Newton. Especially after dropping some weight during the offseason, Winston is a strong candidate for a second-year leap and well worth a flier late in your auction.Jaguars RB T.J. Yeldon: $4.10Is Yeldon this years Devonta Freeman? The fact that hes in the discussion is enough to make him an absolute steal for right around four bucks in your auction.Last season, Yeldon quietly ranked ninth among running backs in fantasy points during the 12 weeks he was active. He struggled to rack up touchdowns (three), but was effective as a rusher and was on pace for 48 receptions, which wouldve ranked 10th at the position. Yes, Chris Ivory is a threat for carries and goal-line work, but Yeldon very well could be the better player at this point in their careers. Especially if you spent a lot of cash on wide receivers, Yeldon is a terrific upside target at running back.Lions RB Ameer Abdullah: $4.00Abdullah is another player likely headed for a big step forward in his second season. Like Yeldon, Abdullah was effective (4.2 yards per carry), but Detroits lead back couldnt rack up touchdowns (three total) and was overshadowed by Theo Riddick in the passing game.Riddick will remain heavily involved this year, but Joique Bell is gone and replacement Zach Zenner averaged a miserable 2.5 YPC on 19 preseason carries. Dont be surprised if Abdullah easily eclipses 200 carries this season.Ravens RB Terrance West: $0.00A potential lead back for free? Ill take it. West was a major bust after the Browns took him in the third round back in 2014, but he seems to have had a resurgence in Baltimore.West will need to pass and/or fend off the likes of Justin Forsett, Kenneth Dixon and Javorius Allen, but Forsett is oft-injured and about to turn 31, Dixon will miss a few weeks with a knee injury and Allen is a receiving specialist who may not have made the team if Dixon didnt get hurt. West is a big back who can catch the ball out of the backfield. Snag him off the dollar menu toward the end of your auction.Rams WR Tavon Austin: $1.80Austin was limited to 52 receptions last season, but he generates significant fantasy value because he contributes at other positions. In fact, if you add Austins 52 carries to his touch total, he ends up eighth among receivers with 104 touches. He also returned 34 kicks (one of which resulted in a touchdown) and three punts.Austin is unlikely to match the nine offensive scores he racked up last year, but that regression is already baked into the fact that hes going just above the minimum during 2016 auctions. Austin was a boom/bust producer last year, but he posted a top-10 fantasy week in 25 percent of his starts (17th highest) and finished 19th at the position in fantasy points.Ravens WR Mike Wallace: $1.50Week 1 is right around the corner and it seems like most have yet to accept that Wallace very well could be Joe Flaccos No. 1 offensive target to start the season. At worst, Wallace figures to be second in line behind Steve Smith Sr.Yes, Wallace is now 30 years old and off a down year in Minnesota, but consider that he finished a season no worse than 28th at the position during his first six years in the league. Still an effective lid-lifter likely to get you WR3 production, Wallace is a late-round auction steal.Saints WR Willie Snead: $1.80Snead didnt even work as a starter to begin the 2015 season, but he finished the year as fantasys No. 36 scoring wide receiver. And that was despite the fact that he registered only three touchdowns. Drew Brees No. 2 receiver caught 70 passes in 15 games and helped lock himself in an every-down role with strong blocking chops.Tight end Coby Fleener and rookie Michael Thomas are now in the mix, but Sneads role doesnt figure to change very much. Hes unlikely to be a big source of touchdowns, but the 23-year-old will make up for it with plenty of receptions and yardage. Hes a strong WR4 target and one of the best deals youll find in ESPN auctions.Chargers TE Antonio Gates: $2.30Gates is 36 years old, but hes back for another year and Philip Rivers has stated that one of his goals is to get his guy at least eight touchdowns, which would break Tony Gonzalezs all-time tight end record.Look, Im generally not one to distribute fantasy advice based on record chases, but this one serves as a reminder of the strong connection between Rivers and Gates. The veteran tight end scored five times in 11 games last year and averaged 8.8 touchdowns per game during his previous 11 seasons.Gates is being overlooked in fantasy this year, but hes second in line for targets in an offense that has scored at least three quarters of its touchdowns via the passing game each of the past four years. If you go cheap at the tight end position, Gates is a terrific target.Browns TE Gary Barnidge: $3.60Barnidge trailed only Rob Gronkowski in fantasy points among tight ends last year, but youd never know it if you looked at his price tag this offseason.The veteran posted a top-10 fantasy week in 56 percent of his outings (fourth highest) and his 17 end zone targets were five more than any other tight end and ranked fifth in the entire league. The Browns added some weapons at wide receiver this past offseason, but Barnidge will remain heavily involved, especially near the goal line. Hes an absolute steal in all formats. Chaussures New Balance En Soldes . Halifax beat the Saint John Sea Dogs 7-5 on the strength of two goals apiece from Nikolaj Ehlers, Matt Murphy and Brent Andrews. Jonathan Drouin also scored and had three assists while Zachary Fucale made 17 saves for the Mooseheads (16-8-0), who led 6-1 after two periods. New Balance Pas Cher France .ca looks back at the stories and moments that made the year memorable. http://www.pascherfrancenewbalance.fr/ . -- The Bishops Gaiters are showing they belong among the countrys top varsity football teams. New Balance Pas Cher Chine . Rinne played two periods in his first game since left hip surgery in early May. Gabriel Bourque scored 3:07 into the second period and Austin Watson tallied 5:15 later for Nashville. New Balance Pas Cher . According to a report from the Winnipeg Free Press, the Bombers will name Acting GM Kyle Walters to the post full time.To celebrate Sky Sports 25th birthday this week, we’re looking back at some of the most memorable moments from the last quarter of a century, including Paul Collingwood leading England to World Twenty20 glory in 2010. Watch the video above or click on this link to hear Collingwoods memories of that triumph…Group D: West Indies 60-2 (Gayle 25) beat England 191-5 (Morgan 55) by eight wickets on D/LEnglands only defeat came in their opening match - and it jarred. Debutants Michael Lumb (28 off 18) and Craig Kieswetter (26 off 14) blasted England to 66-2 off 6.3 overs before Eoin Morgan (55 off 35) and Luke Wright (45no off 27) ran amok in a devastating 95-run stand. Cavalier Chris Gayle retaliated with two sixes in a 12-ball 25 before rain had the final say in the hosts favour - Collingwood less-than-impressed with West Indies still needing 132 more off 14.1 overs. Craig Kieswetter makes an instant impact, hitting Ravi Rampaul for six Memorable moment: Morgans audacious reverse-lap for four after he and Wright (two) had plundered three sixes off as many Ravi Rampaul balls, the last a free-hit.Colly says: Kieswetter was one of the hardest hitters of a cricket ball in world cricket. I remember rifling into the boys that if a spinner was on in the first over and you want to take him down, take him down - thats your job. There was a really aggressive mind-set. It was a hard defeat to take because wed done so much that was good in the first 20 overs.Group D: England 120-8 (Morgan 45) v Ireland 14-1 - match abandonedRain ruled again at Providence Stadium again but England qualified for the Super Eights despite the washout by virtue of a higher run-rate - reward for their first-match salvo. But for a stoic 45 from former Ireland international Eoin Morgan, England might have been packing their bags as Luke Wrights 20 was the next best score. Both fell to Boyd Rankin (2-25) after Kevin OBrien and Trent Johnston (1-14) had terrorised the top-order. Eoin Morgan stands firm - and goes on the offensive - against Ireland Memorable moment: Lumb launching himself at square leg to claim a sensational diving catch to remove Paul Stirling for a duck.Colly says: We scraped through the early stages of the tournament but as soon as we got momentum, it was almost like a juggernaut getting faster and faster and nobody could stop us. Everybody settled down; everybody knew their role in the side and everybody was performing their role very well.Super Eights: Pakistan 147-9 (Yardy 2-19) lost to England 151-4 (Pietersen 73no) by six wicketsPlayer-of-the-tournament Kevin Pietersen made his first major contribution of the campaign to steer England to their first victory with three balls left after an all-round impressive display by the bowlers. Michael Yardy was the pick, returning 2-19 from his allocation - removing Mohammad Hafeez and Misbah-ul-Haq to crank up the pressure as runs proved tough to come by. Kamran Akmal and Shahid Afridi look on as Kevin Pietersen goes aerial Memorable moment: Shahid Afridis calamitous calling - running himself out first ball with a suicidal single into the covers off Yardy.Colly says: You hardly ever get a spinner bowling three overs on a trot in T20 cricket now but I used to be able to hand the ball to Graeme Swann and Michael Yardy and say I know whats going to happen in the next eight overs - theyll stem the flow of runs and take a few wickets. Everybody used to say how can Yardy get away with not going for many runs but he was a wily campaigner.Super Eights: England 168-7 (Pietersen 53) beat South Africa 129 (Sidebottom 3-23) by 39 runsSouth Africa were swept aside in emphatic fashion, like Pakistan succumbing to the potent Swann-Yardy combination, which returned 5-55. JP Duminy (39 off 25 balls) ploughed more or less a lone furrow after Kieswetter (41 off 42) and Pietersen (53 off 33) chalked up 94 for Englands second wicket.dddddddddddd Michael Yardy celebrates taking the wicket of Herschelle Gibbs Memorable moment: Pietersen reaching his 50 off 30 balls with a flamingo four two balls after pulling a slower Dale Steyn delivery onto the roof of one of the Bridgetown stands.Colly says: Pietersen was our rock. Hes such a powerful player that he didnt have to take huge risks straight away; he was a very composed T20 player. You really do need a world-class player to stand out to win tournaments and he was the man for us.Super Eights: New Zealand 149-6 (Taylor 44) lost to England 153-7 (Morgan 40) by three wicketsEven shorn of Kevin Pietersens services - Englands No 3 having flown home to attend the birth of his son - England had too much might for a New Zealand outfit propelled to a challenging total by Ross Taylors sparkling 44. At 66-4 Englands hopes were in the balance despite a feisty knock from Lumb (32 off 21) before Tim Bresnan (23no off 11) ensured Eoin Morgans gutsy 40 wasnt in vain. Tim Bresnan stares down his man after removing Jesse Ryder Memorable moment: Morgan showcases his sublime timing with a one-handed maximum off Scott Styris over long on thats recorded at 84-metres long.Colly says: We knew we were going to miss a big player but our bowlers were doing so well - we went on a nine-game unbeaten run and didnt go for over 149 runs, which is ludicrous - that we were confident wed knock off the runs.Semi-final: Sri Lanka 128-6 (Mathews 58) lost to England 132-3 (Pietersen 42no) by seven wicketsSri Lanka failed to make their second successive final as Englands power-packed top-order made light work of chasing down a modest target, carried by Angelo Mathews 58 off 45 balls. Kieswetter (39) and Lumb (33) knocked off 68 runs in the first 8.1 overs before Pietersen, back in the fold, eased England into the final with a forceful 42no off 26 balls. Michael Lumb steers the ball away past Kumar Sangakkara Memorable moment: Chamara Kapugedera took advice to throw the bat too literally, his willow flying out of his hands and through square leg as he miscued a pull off Stuart Broad.Colly says: The team was a real pleasure to captain because I could say guys, you know exactly what youre doing; its working against every team; just go about your business. I was always a big believer of getting your best T20 bowlers in the side and then your main batsmen will knock the runs off.FINAL: Australia 147-6 (D Hussey 59) lost to England 148-3 (Kieswetter 63) by seven wicketsEngland romped to their first ICC global title with 18 balls remaining after Kieswetter (63 off 49) and Pietersen (47 off 31) put on 111 for the second wicket, leaving Collingwood to hit the winning runs and spark wild celebrations. That Australia recovered from 45-4 was down to David Husseys determined 59; Cameron Whites 19-ball 30 gave the innings some middle momentum but in vain. Graeme Swann and Pietersen celebrate with skipper Paul Collingwood Memorable moment: Collingwood leaping in the air and being mobbed by his on-rushing team-mates after striking Watson through midwicket for the winning runs.Colly says: It was sure euphoria. Even when we were celebrating up on the podium as a team I you are pinching yourself because its very hard to believe. 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