Knowing who to draft in your Fantasy leagues is always important. But knowing when to draft them is just as important, and that means you need to have some sort of strategy!
We’ve tracked down nine Fantasy Football draft strategy articles to help you understand what to do – and when!
9 Fantasy Football Draft Strategy Articles
This list of articles should help people in all sorts of Fantasy Football leagues, from keeper leagues to dynasty and yearly leagues — and everything in between!
By Brendan Cole from FantasyKnuckleheads.com
Getting a once-good player that has fallen on down times in a rebound year can be a key to a Fantasy team’s success. Brendan lists two wide receivers with WR1 potential, two wideouts with WR2 potential, and one wide receiver that could serve as a potential flex all season.
By Jake Ciely from RotoExperts.com
Bookmark this article so you can get a good idea of which players are rising and falling during the NFL exhibition season.
The Safety Thesis: A Free & Strong Study (For IDP Leagues)
From JJohnson of DynastyFootballFactory.com
This is a great longform piece of content that goes into the strategies behind drafting strong safeties and free safeties in Individual Defensive Player leagues.
By Michael Tomlin from SoCalledFantasyExperts.com
Tomlin, one of SCFE’s featured senior writers, goes through the work of doing some PPR mock drafts to figure out the spots you least want to draft from!
By Tyler Thompson from FantasySixPack.net
This was actually an interesting article because Tyler looks at the bye-week drafting strategy from several different angles, including those that choose to ignore bye weeks, those that draft players on one bye week, and those care about bye weeks to a point.
By Noah Spurlock from WeTalkFantasySports.com
Cousins has performed well enough over the past two seasons to turn some Fantasy Football heads. But Spurlock believes that this season will actually be his breakout year. He points to the fact he should see much more success in the red zone in 2017 as one of the reasons for future success.
By David Gonos From DavidGonos.com
Basically, this is an article about players that might be in for a rough 2017 season, but the horizon looks much better for them in the 2018 season. In other words, these are players that would make for nice keepers heading into 2018.
By Jody Smith from GridironExperts.com
Smith looks over the NFL Training Camp landscape to find the most important position battles that will affect Fantasy Football the most – and he predicts who will win.
By Chris Mangano from RotoBaller.com
Some people want to employ the Zero RB Strategy, but they’re doing it wrong, and it could cost them in the Fantasy Football standings!
Meanwhile … From FNTSY.com
A couple of the top dawgs over at RotoExperts chime in with their instant analysis of the Ezekiel Elliott suspension. Joining Corey Parson and Jake Ciely is Brandon Marianne Lee of HerFantasyFootball.com!
We hope this helpful list of articles helped you in your eternal search to learn more about Fantasy Football strategy!
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