As our Fantasy Football Drafts are rapidly approaching, I thought I’d share my lists of top 10 players for the upcoming season. This list will change, slightly, as rosters are finalized by the end of the pre-season.
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For rookie Fantasy teams, it’s a good idea to look at the experts’ views on where players are projected to be drafted, then make your own educated guess on where your final ranking should be for your league’s draft.
If you are using NFL.com’s free Fantasy Football league, (very popular and easy to use) you can look at where the default rankings are and move them around to your liking. This feature is located on your team page in the upper right hand corner where it says “Don’t forget to rank your players”. Once you click on this, the default is the Expert’s Rankings. It also gives you the option to rank players according to position or in a single list.
You can also practice your drafting techniques by joining mock Fantasy Drafts. My favorite is located on CBS Sports where it will store your drafts so you can study them later when you might have more time for analysis.
If all of this is just mumbo-jumbo, but you don’t want to be left out of the fun, here is a great link that explains the basics of Fantasy Football and should give you the confidence you need to enter the exciting world of Fantasy Football: