Rookies are risky to draft, you never know for sure how they will perform at the NFL level. To make matters worse, the lockout caused rookies to miss a huge piece of the training puzzle for early player development: OTA and rookie camp. Missing out on this valuable training and conditioning adds a whole new […]
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.
Here’s our 2012 Fantasy Football Strength Of Schedule A couple years ago I didn’t really believe in Strength Of Schedule when drafting however, after paying close attention to SOS projections after the season completed I found many break out players came from teams that had a soft strength of schedule. Granted it’s hard to […]
How to use ADP and avoid your fantasy football draft going down the drain. Your draft has started, you now know your slot and the train races out of the station. You have all your draft tips and tools at your fingertips, your strategy in place, and yet you feel that familiar sense of unease […]