We’ve got tons of ideas and well-thought out tactics and strategies you can use to dominate your league. And if you’re thinking about drafting a backup quarterback for your fantasy team take a minute to read my take. Some people are targeting a top tier quarterback in 3rd to 4th round followed by a backup […]
Fantasy Football Draft Strategies
The TLDR version goes like this, everyone else please see the articles below. Draft at least 3 running backs and 4 wide receivers before the draft is complete. Look for quarterbacks in the middle rounds then draft a tight end after you have RB, WR and QB spoken for. With your first pick a general rule of thumb that works in most leagues is to draft one of the top-5 running backs followed by one of the top-5 wide receivers. Obviously I recommend using our cheat sheets.
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Knowledge is power and preparation is key. The articles below will help new comers and vets get one step closer to that league championship.
One conundrum I guarantee you’ll face during the draft is when to draft your first quarterback. Drafting based on value has always been a good draft strategy but in order to do that effectively you need some background knowledge of the quarterback position. Top tier quarterbacks are consistent fantasy point producers. The degree to which […]
This mock draft was done under the premise of a 10 team PPR league with 1 quarterback, 2 running backs, 3 wide receivers, a tight end, and 2 flexes. If you’ve been reading my content for any amount of time, you know I put my biggest emphasis on Running Backs. Today I’m going to walk […]
Jimmy Graham found a new home over the offseason, moving from Seattle to Green Bay. He transitioned from one high-powered offense to another, and from one seemingly superhuman quarterback to another. And yet, not many fantasy experts are sold on Graham at his current ADP of 5.03. You’ve likely heard a bundle of negative takes […]
Drafting a running back handcuff is one of the more divisive concepts in fantasy football. Some owners appreciate the value of a backup “lottery ticket” who’s an injury — or a trendy suspension — away from stepping into a nice heap of volume, while others would rather pass on these Plan B stashes. While I […]