Draft Guide

For all of your fantasy drafting needs! Expert-level analysis in newbie-friendly terms. Look for more additions and resources each week.

Drafting for Dummies Part 1:

Part One of Drafting for Dummies: covering the importance of league settings and scoring and how to use that information to your benefit. This is helpful for both newer managers as well as experienced owners shaking off a bit of rust. As always, we also review a craft beer, this week it’s an IPA from Founders!

Drafting for Dummies (Pt. 2): How NOT to Panic & Detailed Breakdown of the Top-15

Part Two of the series reviews general draft strategy, focusing on how to quickly evaluate picks and put yourself in a position to make good decisions in tight windows of time. This also reviews the top-15 players of the draft in-depth, including my personal rankings and suggestions of where they should be drafted in what promises to be a very crowded and talented first round.

Draft Strategy: Two Players from Each Position to Target

Part three provides specific targets for managers to seek out in the draft that are more valuable than their current ADP. I write up one high-ADP player from each position worthy of reaching for at a higher ADP, and one low-ADP player from each position that’s a steal at their current value. I include my rationale for each and why I think they’ll succeed and provide a better return on your investment.

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