2016 Fantasy Football Draft Guide: The Ultimate Blueprint

August 1, 2016   ·     ·   Jump to comments

The draft used to be the most enjoyable and most important day of the fantasy season. The excitement and fun are still there, but the importance has dwindled, as the ever-evolving world of fantasy football has made in-season maneuvering a bigger responsibility.
As much as we prepare, issues will arise. Injuries are the biggest concerns, especially at the running back position, which is why it’s so easy for a strong draft to go up in flames just weeks into your season. Just ask those who had Jamaal Charles or Arian Foster last year. However, a usually reliable group of quarterbacks, including Aaron Rodgers and Andrew Luck, was rather disappointing as well. 
Taking those experiences and lessons learned into a new season will help you shape the way you construct your team, both during the draft and as you navigate the waiver wire. It’s fair to say that proper roster management has put a lot more onus on how proactive you are working the waiver wire compared to y...

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