2013 Fantasy Football: Round-by-Round Draft Strategy

July 16, 2013   ·     ·   Jump to comments

The most important thing anyone can do going into their fantasy football season is to have a plan. Formulating a strategy totally from scratch can be overwhelming, though, so I'll try to outline a strategy here.
2013 is a pretty unique year, and there are some very clear trends that I see which should dictate your draft strategy.
This is my own little attempt at a Draft Day Manifesto, although it is a lot shorter than the real Manifesto, which is still a must read for any fantasy owner.
First off, kickers and defenses should be taken with the last two picks, no exceptions. They're both extremely hard to predict, and it's always better to load up on extra position players.
Now moving on to the more important positions, starting with the quarterback. Last year, there were a few elite passers followed by a whole bunch of question marks, so it generally behooved you to grab one of those top few, if possible.
But this year, it's an entirely different story. Aaron Ro...

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