2018 Fantasy Footballers Draft Tips for Hardcore Newbies!
Welcome Fantasy Football Fiends! The start of another wonderful NFL season is just around the corner, which means it’s close to #draftszn. After 6 long months, it’s time to take back that damn gold trophy that was taken from you when you crossed the goal line like the old Leon Lett …
But hey, there’s no reason to be bitter, I’d rather learn to get better at this fickle game … It doesn’t matter if it’s over the internet or in real life at a live draft event, it’s time to rock some gold. and talk a little poop with your neighbor.
Below are three ways to better defeat your fantasy football opponent starting with the first trial: fantasy writing!
Tip No. 1 Write the safe bet. High risk, high reward players are tempting, but it is not necessary because if the player is a failure, it will be difficult to recover from the bet he took, especially in the first round. Also, the player who averages 1,000 all-purpose yards and 5 touchdowns per year will be better than a player who rushed for more than 1,300 yards and 9 touchdowns in 2017, but is typically under 1,000 yards. The name of the game is Courage, Beach!
Tip No. 2 Don’t get cute. Imagine this – it’s your third pick and so far you’ve knocked it out of the park with your first two picks, even though a bell cow runner is still sitting there in the third round, he’s unfortunately already taken two runners, right? did we take the bait? If there is nothing else, we can complete your current beginner rest weeks, right? No! It is a trap! Take your WR1 because at the end of the day, you’ve already filled those places, fill the others …
Another reason could be if you hire a third broker early, you have trading bait later, but you are losing value in other positions, and often you will not find a suitable trading partner. Focus on filling in the gaps in your list first, and then add depth to your bench.
Tip No. 3 Leggo your ego. Spit your game, talk your shit while watching football, but don’t let certain players get overlooked because you hate that team. I’m a Raiders fan, but I won’t let a guy like Keenan Allen play for arch rivals, the Los Angeles Chargers, if it’s a good play.
These are just a few tips that will make you a fantasy league champion in no time!
Erase well my friend.