Fantasy Football 2016: Mock Draft Analysis and Selection Strategy

August 31, 2016   ·     ·   Jump to comments

The biggest debate about the first pick in a fantasy football draft seems to always come down to running backs against wide receivers.
But the answer might surprise some fantasy owners—either works. That's the beauty of fantasy football, where an owner can get risky in the first round and still win a league. An Aaron Rodgers-Rob Gronkowski combo over the first two rounds has a way of doing that.
Owners can also go the more traditional route, of course, sticking to what has worked in the past and then using week-to-week savvy on the trade and waiver markets to fill needs as necessary.
It's all viable, with the mock below based on standard scoring in a 12-team format providing one avenue for owners to explore. After, we take a look at some of the strategy going into the mock.
Selection Strategy Analysis QBs
One of the first things owners will notice is the lack of a quarterback in the first round of the above draft.
The late-r...

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