Fantasy Football: Old School Draft Strategy, Waiting On WRs

August 6, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Fantasy football drafts are all about making adjustments.
No matter how you prepare, there will always be twists and turns in your draft. 
Just like in real football drafts, you have to have a plan, but be ready to change directions at any time.
Entering your draft, you'd better have an idea of what players you want, and where you want to take said players.
We have been proponents of using Mock Drafts this summer, and using players' current ADPs (Average Draft Position) to get an idea of where your opponents are taking certain players.
This tool is not perfect, but it can help us prepare for drafts in many unique ways.
Many owners have “caught on” that WR values have risen over the past few years, as indicated by current mocks.  Grabbing a top WR has become an important asset for any fantasy team.
With several teams implementing a RBBC (running back by committee), one could argue that there is more RB value later in drafts.

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