Fantasy Football Impact Draft Tips
The first thing I would suggest before going into your fantasy football draft is to do your homework. What I mean by that is, keep up to date with injuries and other events that might prevent a player from playing. The second and most important thing you can do is go over your league rules and settings. What most fantasy football players fail to do is go over these rules and settings than wonder why they failed so miserably at the end of the year.
I recently joined a league that had a starting roster of 1 QB, 2 WR, 2 RB, ข่าวบอล 1 flex position (QB,WR,RB,TE),1 K,1 DEF and 5 bench spots. It was also awarding 1pt for every 10 yds and 6 pts for TD’s on kick and punt returns and on def/special teams. I knew that this meant we would be starting 2 QB’s, since this is the most point producing position. I had the 2nd pick in the draft in a 12 team league. With my first 3 picks I drafted 3 QB’s: Aaron Rodgers, Brett Favre, Joe Flacco. Than I used my next 4 picks I grabbed 2 WR & 2 RB: Joshua Cribbs, Darren Sproles, Matt Forte, Terrell Owens. The rest of my picks in rounds 8 through 14 went like this: Jacoby Jones, Visanthe Shiancoe, Leon Washington, Brandon Pettigrew, Cincinnati, Cleveland, David Akers. Now I know this might not look like a great team to some of you, but based on our league settings for projected fantasy points. I have 3 of the top 15 QB’s, 2 of the top 10 RB’s & WR’s and the number 2 & 3 DEF. When I look at the weekly matchups, I’m projected to win each one by a minimum of 25 pts:-)
Once again I can’t specify enough how important it is to do your research and know your league rules and settings, because when it’s all said and done, in fantasy football, it’s not about who has the most superstar players but rather who has the most point producing players. Well that’s it for now. I’ll keep everyone updated as to how my team is doing and Good Luck To You All.