cavsfan wrote:Roster breakdown is as follows:
RB x 2
WR x 3
Bench x 6
Anyway, with this scoring format in place, what strategy should I be looking to implement? Draft is tonight at 10. Thanks.
I don't know how many picks you're getting but perhaps a standard strategy would work for you on your first time. I stay abreast on the injuries and the updated rankings as you should. They determine value for some and they may affect any potential trades you might make.
As drafting strategies go, some grab high end RB's first like Ray Rice, Foster, or McCoy or a top flight QB like Aaron Rodgers with the first pick. Where you're drafting plays a part! A common strategy I used in a standard league like yours is go RB with 1st pick, then WR, QB, RB, WR, TE, QB and then the best available. There's no set strategy guaranteed to work.
Here's why. Some guys in your league (and I've seen this) will pick a Devin Hester with a mid round pick and no way does he deserve that so that leaves really good players on the table. Or your draft could have a "run" which is when several of the owners in front of you will start picking, say a QB. You have to then abandon your strategy and grab a QB so you don't miss out on a good opportunity.
I think you will do fine. Keep me updated on how things go IF YOU CAN. Thanks.
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