NFL Fantasy Draft Strategy: Who you Should Take in Round One

August 5, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments


Draft day is approaching fast for many fantasy leagues, and having a solid strategy going in can be crucial to cementing a solid starting lineup heading into the season.
Typical strategy tends to dictate that the safest and most tried-and-true method is to take running backs as your first two picks, thus guaranteeing yourself two top guys who will earn you high points consistently each week.
With those spots solidified, you’ll often have an advantage at running back over your competition and be able to fill in the rest of your lineup with later picks or free agents.
This year, however, there are a number of factors that make other strategies (WR/WR, for example) just as good, if not better, than the tried-and-true RB/RB draft.
I’ve been doing several mock drafts each day over the past couple of weeks and have noticed some trends that have changed the way I plan to approach draft day.
The first thing to consider is your...

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