2016 Fantasy Football Draft: Late Round Options if you wait on Wide Receiver

2016 Fantasy Football Draft: Late Round Options if you wait on Wide Receiver

Draft Strategy

As a zero running back guy, it’d weird this year to be talking about taking running backs early and looking for WR value in the later rounds.  That in fact seems to be the case this year.  In many leagues and mock drafts the fantasy football pendants are recommending people to grab wide receivers early and that’s just what they are doing.  They are generally safer in terms of injury and have more upside.  This in turn is leaving value at the running back position which is why I found myself trying to find some later round WR value to help round out my team if I can draft any WR studs early.

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5 Draft Mistakes Fantasy Owners Make

5 Draft Mistakes Fantasy Owners Make

Draft Strategy Fantasy Football

Fantasy mistakes happen to all of us, but not learning from them is the real crime.  In a effort to avoid sabotaging your fantasy football season before it even starts, Let’s look at five common draft day mistakes fantasy owners make.

Having Your Draft Plan Written in Stone

One of the best things you can do to prepare for you draft is to create a plan of attack.  A draft strategy in conjunction with participating in a number of mock drafts is a great way to prepare.

The common mistake I see every season is the lack of flexibility with an owners draft plan.  They want specific players or to get their QB in a certain found that they are lost if someone takes their player.  You may be passing up on a great player by grabbing your QB to early.

Every draft is different and you need to be prepared to react to opportunities that arise. Be sure to look at what positions owners are drafting and what positions there may be a run on.  Be sure to create tier levels for your players so you can have a number of players in your queue just in  case someone else drafts “your guy”.  That why you can get another player you like instead of rushing an making a mistake.

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