As much as the majority of fantasy team picks come from winning teams, the reality is that there are players on bad teams that - despite their team's low standing - have risen above their circumstances to be highly productive.
Here are a few gems that could be inserted into your rosters to garner some extra points.
James Robinson, RB, Jacksonville Jaguars. Through Week 14, the 5-9, 219-pound rookie out of Illinois State has amassed 1035 yards on 224 carries, good for 7 TD's and a 4.6 yard average.
He's not bad catching the ball either, as his 326 yards on 46 catches (good for a 7.1 yard average) will attest.
A tough, deceptively shifty runner with better than average foot speed, Robinson is poised to exceed 1,200 rushing yards at his current pace.
Denzel Mims, WR, New York Jets. While the Jets have been just plain bad this season, Mims has been very good when he's been healthy enough to suit up.
Although he's been nicked up - he's played in just seven games - and has had to adjust to different quarterbacks at the controls (Darnold, Flacco), the 6-3, 217-pound wideout has been productive.
Displaying a knack for the big play, he's put up 324 yards on 19 catches - and an impressive 17.1 yards average per catch. He's due to return from injury and should be ready to perform.
David Montgomery, RB, Chicago Bears. The 5-10, 222-pound Montgomery, in his second season out of Iowa State, has played a big part in the recent awakening of the Bears' offense.
Tough, dependable and surprisingly dynamic, the 23-year-old - who was not the Bears' starting RB to begin the season - has ground out 760 yards on 170 carries, recording 4 TD's on the ground.
Coming off a 113-yard performance against the Texans in Week 13, he's in top form and would be a good add to any roster.
Wayne Gallman, RB, New York Giants. Granted, Gallman - a 6', 216-pound Clemson product - wasn't the Giants' first option at running back.
However, once Saquon Barkley and Devonta Freeman went out with injuries, Gallman was handed the ball.
He hasn't disappointed, compiling 561 yards on 121 carries. Despite a below-average O-line, he's averaging 4.6 yards per carry, and has found the end zone six times.
Allen Robinson II, WR, Chicago Bears. If there's been one constant on the Bears' mediocre offense this year, it's been the 27-year-old Robinson.
Perhaps the league's most-underrated wideout, the 6-2, 220-pound Robinson has been a model of consistency, hauling in 86 balls for 1,027 yards and 6 TD's despite inconsistency at quarterback.
Look for QB Mitchell Trubisky to go to him often as the Bears make a desperate playoff push in the final few weeks of the regular season.