2010 Positional Strategy: Foolproof Guide to Drafting Fantasy Defense

August 14, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Had my first experience the other day watching the television show Dog Whisperer. Realized fairly quickly that the show was less about rehabilitating dogs and more addressing the idiosyncrasies of their owners.
I felt a little misdirected.
And I realized that many people misdirect their attentions when it comes to fantasy defenses on draft day. They over-complicate things and lose sight of what it takes to successfully draft a fantasy defense. Here is my personal strategy for the position.
First things first, let’s clear some things up. First, we all know that there are a handful of team defenses that seem to be solid year in and year out. They are the ones with easy-to-recognize players that always find ways to rally the troops to impressive performance after impressive performance.
Ed Reed of the Ravens is like that. So is Troy Polamalu of the Steelers. Darrelle Revis headlines a star-studded Jets defense (and yes, he’ll play th...

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