In DFS, we tend to focus primarily on things we do not have control of, and rightfully so. For example, we control WHO is in our lineups but NOT how well they perform. Although how they perform is obviously extremely important, it is not the only thing we should be focusing on because we simply do not have control over that.
And, as fantasy football has developed into something that lives and breathes, it has become more ritualistic, more dependent upon what happened in the years before. Fantasy football then, has become something of a tradition in itself. And though traditions vary by league as much as rules for game play, they consistently address the same issues—draft location, draft order, prize for the winner, punishment for the loser.
With many fantasy football drafts coming up this weekend, we wanted to make sure you had the most up-to-date information on which players to avoid during your 2011 fantasy football draft.
I tracked down the answers to some of my biggest fantasy football auction draft questions. With a little forethought and anticipation, your auction draft can be exciting and productive.
These fantasy football position rankings are based off of last year’s performance, this year’s potential and just a little bit of magic.
When preparing for your fantasy football draft, there is one important thing to keep in mind… How much more valuable is a top tier player than an above average player at every given position?
As you prepare to enter your first ever fantasy football draft, pay special attention to these tips and knowledge bits and you could find yourself competing with the veterans.