What do you think of loading up on RB's who will get better as the season goes on? this would include rookies (obviously) and the suspended RB's.
Possibly draft the following:
Joe Williams (SF)
These would be the guys who would get more valuable as the season progresses, the more talented rookie RB's who would likely become the starters (or at least some of them likely would).
Along with these, draft the following to get through the first few weeks:
I think it really depends on the rules in your league.
it also depends on your bench.
if it is a deep league where you start 3 WR and 2 RB, and everyone has a large bench, then the late picks should mostly be RB's. I say this mostly because RB's are harder to replace when injured than WR's are.
I generally draft two top WR and one top RB in the first 3 rounds. I rarely go QB early because value can be had in the later rounds with a QB.
Usually if I can get a top 5 RB in round 1 I take him. In this scenario, I generally dont take another RB in round 2 or 3 unless someone seriously drops who (in my opinion) shouldnt be.
once I get to round 4 If I have 2 WR I am happy with, I generally move to TE and QB. I find you can get a decent WR3 for fantasy quite late in the draft, so I look to fill the TE and QB spots along with the backup RB spots.
I have found this system works well, but I also am always prepared to stray from it if value can be found by doing so.
3 keeper, 12 team league Standard scoring with QB getting -1 pt for an interception & fumbles 5 points for a defensive safety & 6 points for a defensive TD.
Start 2 QB, 2 RB, 3 WR, 1 TE, 1 Kicker, one Def/Sp Tms
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