Fantasy Football 2016: Funniest Team Names and Mock-Draft Strategy at Key Spots

August 14, 2016   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Everyone knows the fantasy owner who reaches for a quarterback in the first round of a fantasy football draft, causing a cringe from everyone else.
Not really a cringe—more like a fist pump because a whole lot of value just fell down the board.
Don't be that owner. Understanding the right strategy in fantasy football in live drafts is the most important part of the whole thing. There's no making up for a poor draft due to a lack of fundamental standard-league strategy.
With such a theme in mind, let's take a look at a few of the tougher positions to strategize after a glance at a sample mock draft.
Draft Strategy for Key Spots
Notice something about the sample mock draft above?
There's only one quarterback taken over the first two rounds, and it's Cam Newton of the Carolina Panthers. But it requires the majority of the biggest names at wideout and running back to come off the board first.
Always, always wait o...

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