Dimples1 wrote:First time doing an auction draft, any tips or tricks?
what players should I go after?
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We just finished a mock auction that used a $200 salary cap. All drafts are different, but that should give you a good place to start. Here's the link to the forum (in draft rooms):viewforum.php?f=324
There's 2 main strategies that I know of. 1 is to spend a lot of $$ on a few key players that you really like...then just hope that you can get enough depth for when injuries occur. 2nd is to not overpay for the top players, but get all very good/good players. This team will be deep, but probably won't lead the league in scoring every week. I like trying to run up the price on players, but that's risky because you can end up winning someone you really didn't want.
Here's a link to cbssportline's auction value rankings. It's based on a $100 cap so just double the values.http://fantasynews.sportsline.com/fanta ... l/rankings
I hope that helps a little. Good luck!