Fantasy Football 2016: Mobile Cheatsheet, Mock-Draft Strategy for Top Positions

August 7, 2016   ·     ·   Jump to comments

The perfect set of fantasy football rankings won't manufacture a championship on its own.
Rankings are nice for those who crave order and reason in a world without either. Yet any analyst who presents his or her ratings as gospel is a liar. Nobody knew Blake Bortles would finish 2015 with more fantasy points than Aaron Rodgers. Even the biggest Devonta Freeman supporter wouldn't have pegged him as the top running back.
Fantasy football is a weekly game of chaos. Take it from someone whose team of Rodgers, Todd Gurley, Lamar Miller, Antonio Brown and Allen Robinson received a first-round playoff boot against Isaiah Crowell and Ryan Fitzpatrick. (Remember the week when the Tennessee Titans forgot to cover Brandon Marshall?)
It takes weeks, maybe months, of preseason preparation to finalize the ideal rankings, but they all fall out the window once Week 1 starts.
Listing the top guys can incorrectly portray an equal separation between each player. For someone waiti...

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