I love this post. I have been a successful fantasy baseball owner for years. But I can't break through in football. It has been frustrating. For the last 4 years I have bought two of the top five running backs and made the playoffs only twice. I am souring on that strategy. Also, in my league, I have noticed that the guy with the highest priced player has never won a championship. But then I have also read that going for depth equals a .500 season. What is the solution? It seems the guys who hit the right sleepers end up winning. (ie, Colston, Jones-Drew, LJ the year he filled in for Priest). Would the best strategy be to go solid with a few sleepers? Also, instead of calling out the big names early wouldn't it be better strategy to call out a top kicker or defense or te for $1? I know if someone did that it would be hard for me to get into a bidding war because I would want money for the QB, RB, WR. What are some other thoughts on strategy and specifically, ideal draft budgets for each position. (in my league there is a .5 point per reception). Thanks again for this post.
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