As you participate in your fantasy football draft, you usually have a cheat sheet nearby and cross the picks off as they go by. Then, when it’s your turn, you often find yourself picking the best available player left while also, obviously, fitting need into the equation.
While in theory that is a practical approach, the draft is all about value.
When should you grab your stud running back, or when do you finally pull the trigger on selecting a tight end?
The answers to these questions are based on value and how the draft is shaping up. So, in this slideshow I will run over the best value at each position (1 QB, 2 RB’s, 2 WR’s, 1 TE, 1 K and 1 D/ST) and where they should fall in most 10-12 team leagues.