2010 Fantasy Football Draft: A Strategy For Draft Day Success

September 5, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

We all get a little nervous/excited about draft day, we want the best team, we want everyone else to fear the juggernaut we’ve created.  But take a step back, yes, you want the best team possible, but if you’ve played before, you know that the league is rarely won or lost on draft day (even sub-par seasons from first-rounders like Michael Turner and LaDainian Tomlinson weren’t so traumatic that you couldn’t recover).  
Inevitably it is the person that grabs Jamaal Charles, Jerome Harrison, Miles Austin or Brett Favre that ends up winning the league.  So if things don’t go your way on draft day, take a deep breath and prepare for the right waiver wire moves and trades.  That being said, here’s a road map to killing a draft:
A few rules.  
First, figure out your draft number and determine where you will be drafting in all the rounds.  This way you’ll have a rough idea of what will be out there in the ...

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