With Round 1 out of the way, we are moving on to Round 2. Where you pick in Round 1 will have a fairly drastic effect on your draft strategy. The closer your pick is to the end of the first round, the more you can plan out your first two picks.
There are no longer hard-and-fast rules about which positions you should select in the early rounds of your fantasy football draft. You should just select two players who complement each other well, regardless of position.
Again, it's about maximizing upside and minimizing risk. So if you "swung for the fences" in Round 1, it might not hurt to play it a little bit "safer" with your second draft pick.
For reference I will be listing each players' Expert Consensus Ranking - PPR as determined by Fantasy Pros.
Check out the slideshow for Round 1.
For more position-by-position analysis, check out my early-season position breakdowns here on Bleacher Report.