2013 Fantasy Football Draft Strategy: Players to Avoid Reaching for on Draft Day

August 17, 2013   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Now that the NFL preseason is at its halfway point, fans need to know how to plan their fantasy drafts in order to avoid reaching for players.
Certain players had breakout seasons last year, and owners are going to want to take them early. However, reaching for a player can be a costly mistake.
Quarterbacks are the easiest to overreach for because they have such an impact on the team. There are so many quarterbacks who can put up big numbers that it's important not to rush to draft one.
Every position has a couple of guys that are risky picks but could pay off. 
Championships are won with a combination of strategy and luck. Reaching for a player is one way to hurt your team.
Here is a list of players at some of the offensive skill positions to avoid drafting too early.
Russell Wilson, QB, Seattle Seahawks
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