Fantasy Football 2010 Mock Draft: Second Round

June 2, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

The second round is as important as the first, most notably because there is potential for drafting a bust. In addition, drafters need to focus on the other teams and their selections. 
If a team selects a QB in Round Two, it is safe to assume that team will not select a QB again until much later in the draft. On the other hand, if a team selects a second running back, in all likelihood, they will go QB or WR in Round Three.
Fantasy football analysis revolves around measuring risk and reward. In the second round of a 2009 draft, most of the RBs taken were busts: Steve Slaton, Brandon Jacobs, and Clinton Portis. 
Avoiding the busts and finding the next player who will make the leap into fantasy elite is the key to a great second round.
For first round mock draft analysis, click here .
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