FantasyFootballRocks wrote:Since there is no consensus on which is the best strategy, such as the RB-RB or RB-WR, I am starting to think that a person's strategy makes no difference in a person's outcome in the league. If people didn't do well with a strategy you think that they would abandon it. To see so many advocates for one over the other makes me wonder why we even debate about because people have proof that any strategy can do well.
So my conclusion is that the only thing that matters on draft day is your rankings. If your rankings are dead on accurate there is no way you will have a bad team.
Any draft-day strategy can win a league. I don't think many people here are debating that. What people are debating is odds... For instance, going K/DEF first two rounds probably lowers your odds of winning
Also, I don't think many people here go with one set strategy (I know I don't). My only "strategy" is my rankings; now depending on my "strategy" I may have some WR a couple spots higher or lower than some other people, but I don't think that many people here say "I'm drafting RB/RB/RB even if Owens is on the board in Round 3", or "I'm going RB/WR, no matter what". Draft day requires flexibility....