Fantasy Football: The Art Of Trading Draft Picks Is the Way To a Title

August 8, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

This year's draft class for fantasy football players can essentially be described in one word:
For most leagues, outside of the top four-to-six running backs, everything gets very hazy. And I can almost guarantee you that one of the running backs who will finish as a top three player will be had in the second round of most drafts.
Do I know who it will be?
Absolutely not, but its an annual trend that I simply don't see dissipating. And unless you're absolutely sold on one of the premier guys that you're sure you can grab, you might want to get out of the way in the first round.
The strategy for trading draft picks in fantasy football can go two ways.
If you're in a smaller league, say ten teams, then trading a second round pick and a third round pick for someone else's late first and a fourth might be a gutsy/smart move. If you play by traditional fantasy strategy, you could get your hands on two elite running backs and still snag a solid quar...

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