By Griffin Gallagher

In Fantasy Football, a bust is a player who is projected to do really well, but doesn’t perform well throughout the course of the season. It is normally determined by looking at a player’s ADP (Average Draft Position) and seeing how much worse they do by the end of the season in comparison to their average draft position.

Last year we saw several players who were considered busts. Nick Foles, who was a top 20 quarterback in most drafts, had a rough first seven weeks before injuring his collarbone in week 9, keeping him off the field for the rest of the season. Adrian Peterson was the number one overall pick in a lot of leagues last season, but a suspension before Week 2 kept him out of football for the year. And of course, Vernon Davis, who had a massive Week 1 only to score less points in the other 15 weeks total than in his first game of the 2014 season.

Fantasy owners definitely want to avoid drafting busts, but the question is, how do you know who the busts are going to be?

Here are the top 10 busts of the 2015 fantasy football season.

At just 17-years old, this New Jersey writer has quite the resume. Has written for several sites such as FanSided, Daily Game, etc. Griffin is a Fantasy Football guru and a diehard Islanders and Nets fan.