Fantasy Football 2012: 3 Ways to Ruin Your Fantasy Draft

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Fantasy Football 2012: 3 Ways to Ruin Your Fantasy Draft
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Before you enter the lion's den of your fantasy league's draft room, brimming with hatred and boiling with resentment, know this: Your league mates, those affable gals and guys, are banking on you making terrible decisions.

If you're smart about this fantasy football thing—and I know you are, dear reader—then you will study average draft positions and understand who your rivals value and who they don't. Understanding which sleepers will linger on the draft board into the fifth, sixth and seventh rounds is as important as, say, wearing pants to the draft.

It's called Game Theory. Look it up.

There are a multitude of unforgivable draft-day decisions you could make—disastrous choices that doctors say could result in random crying fits throughout football season. Here are three or the worst draft-day choices you should avoid while assembling your make-believe football roster.

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