The Chef's Secret Recipe for Fantasy
Updated: Jul 20, 2020
Here is the list to follow as you enter your Fantasy Football Leagues this year.
“The Chef’s Secret Recipe”10 Rules To Win Your Fantasy Football League 1.Know your league’s scoring and settings.-(Before you sign up for a Fantasy League make sure you understand the scoring, roster setup, and draft style. The last thing you want to do is sign up for an Auction .5ppr SF/TE Premium league without ever have playing fantasy football before. Your Leaguemates will kindly take your donation. 2.Mock Drafting -( Once you know you’re league’s Scoring, Settings and your Draft Position start practicing for your draft by mocking. This will give you a feel for where players will go during your real draft. Not to mention get you familiar with values that could fall to you at your pick. )
3.Know who you’re drafting against.-(If the person a spot ahead of you is a Packers fan he may grab Davante Adams or Aaron Rodgers earlier than you would normally. Leaving you value on your next pick. ) 4.Don’t reach on Defense or Kicker- ( This is a big one!!! These positions should be last on your roster to fill. We would much rather draft Flex players with upside than waste a roster spot during the draft. There will still be DST & Kickers that you can grab on waivers that will suffice at the low scoring positions. ) 5.With a few exceptions don’t take a QB in the first 5 rounds- ( Unless you’re in a 2QB/Superflex setting we advise you not to take a QB early in your draft.) “There are a few exceptions to this ex. Lamar Jackson and Patrick Mahomes who (if paired) with other top positional players could be a recipe for success.“ But, in most cases you will find very good value in the 7th or 8th round of your drafts while filling up on better RBs & WRs. 6.With a few exceptions don’t take TE in the first 5 rounds- ( The same goes with the TE position as the aforementioned QB position.) Unless a top tier TE falls to you you will be able to find similar value later in your draft and capitalize on RB/Wr. 7.Don’t be a Homer. - (You can always cheer for your favorite squad. But, it’s double the pain if your home team and your fantasy team both have a bad day.) 8.Make sure you nail value positions early!- (Based on scoring-These are the foundational positions like Top Tier RBs/WRs that will give you not just breakout opportunities but have solid floors) 9.Don't be afraid to reach a bit for “Your Guy”.- (Chances are if you’re right about him he won’t make it back to you). 10.Following the trend could be beneficial and dangerous at the same time.- (If you find yourself at the back end of a position tier based off of a trend that happens in your draft it may be the perfect scenario to start a run on a different position.)
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