If we cannot control the fantasy football draft outcome, then how do we reduce the risk when we do participate?
When a stock purchase is made, it is not done blindly. The purchaser needs to have an understanding about the whole product, the history, what kind of numbers it brings, is it built to last? We know NFL players are the same way. We decide by knowing how they have performed over the last few years (history), what type of player (ppr) they excel at (numbers brought in), and do they get injured often (built to last).
We have worked very hard and with the help of our special guest blogger we present to the fantasy football world our: 2013 Fantasy Football Draft Guide - How to Find Success in Fantasy Football Drafting.
As always our articles go in deep about draft strategy and fantasy football tips for the 2013 NFL season.
Some topics covered:
- The value in knowing the Number of Position Players Started on your rosters
- The value of knowing your league size and opponents
- Understanding Bye Weeks
- Pre-Draft Prep
and much more. Please jump on over to:
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