Fantasy Football Draft Strategy 101: Do The Opposite!

August 28, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

First, I have to say that I did not pioneer this drafting method. I am just a big advocate of this strategy and want to see it used more and more often...just not in my leagues!
I first heard of strategy from Minnesota fantasy football guru Paul Charchian. You may know Paul from his stint at Fanball.com and his current position at Leagesafe.com. He also hosts a fantastic radio show dedicated to fantasy football on Minneapolis sports radio station KFAN-1130.
Basic Rundown
This is a great strategy to use if you have a later draft pick in the rounds 9-12 where there is a chance that all of the top running backs are gone by the time you draft.
It's called: Do the Opposite.
While everyone is going after running backs early in the draft, you're going after the top WR's, QB's, and TE's before those drafting running backs get to them.
Then, when everyone is going for WR's, QB's, and TE's, you're drafting mid-tier/sleeper running b...

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