Fantasy Football 2016: Breaking Down Mock Draft, Bold Picks and Strategy

August 3, 2016   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Fantasy football is too mainstream to conquer as a seasonal hobby.
According to the Fantasy Sports Trade Association, 57.4 million people from the United States and Canada participated in fantasy football last season. The number of participants has increased each year since 2005, so all newcomers better start studying if they want to keep up with the fanatics.
Picking up a magazine days before draft day won't cut it anymore. Not when everyone else has devoured an online information minefield since May. It's easier than ever to stay informed from a variety of sharp sources and test that knowledge in mock drafts.
Over a month remains before Week 1 kicks off, but there's no better time than right now to start practicing. Let's dive into a test run conducted on FantasyPros so the real thing won't feel as scary.
Mock Draft
I ran a 12-team mock draft on FantasyPros' Draft Wizard simulation, which has expert rankings and average draf...

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