Posts Tagged ‘Draft strategies’

Living in a fantasy (draft) world

The last 24 hours have been an absolute whirlwind of fantasy football madness. Starting yesterday at 11 a.m. PT and ending at 830 a.m. PT this morning, I participated in four different drafts. Although I’m sure many of you who have to trudge through work have little or no sympathy. He is a look back at my so-called hectic day.

First-round draft strategies

NFL.com Senior Editor Andy Fenelon proposed a question to me in the office this afternoon: “What do I do if I have the sixth or seventh pick in the first round?” This is a question that countless fantasy footballers will have to ponder, and there are no simple answers. But if I’m in that position, I will not draft Tom Brady ahead of a running back. I know, I know, he had over 4,800 passing yards with 52 total touchdowns last year and is coming off the best fantasy season ever recorded.

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