Fantasy Football 2015: Draft Strategy Analysis by Position

September 4, 2015   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Sure, fantasy football is a great reason to get together to draft with your friends and eat all sorts of food your parents or significant other or doctor won't let you have. But then comes the fact that you need to live with the team that you've selected after your draft is over. 
And if it's a bad team, you're going to be the joke of your friends for the next four months. You don't want that, and neither do I. So for those of you looking for a little bit of help before you draft, let's take a look at how to approach a draft.
First 5 Rounds You don't need an elite quarterback like Aaron Rodgers or Andrew Luck to win your fantasy league. There are going to be one or two people in your draft that will take the big-name quarterbacks with their first, second or third picks when there are better skill players available. 
Don't let those people make you pull the trigger on taking your QB1 that early. There are enough quality starters to ensure you get a solid arm on ...

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