Imagine that, in August (or early September), you knew what you now know about fantasy-football players.
You knew that tight ends around the league would have fantastic games in the season's first month and that Antonio Gates would not be one of them.
You knew that quarterbacks would experience much of the same success league-wide.
You knew that whatever fantasy defense you picked really didn't deserve to be drafted in the seventh round.
You knew well in advance that the Washington Redskins' Alfred Morris and New York Giants' Andre Brown were going to have breakout seasons.
You knew that the Cleveland Browns' Trent Richardson would be worth the hype.
You knew for a fact that the Tennessee Titans' Chris Johnson wouldn't reach 100 yards in his first three games...combined.
If you knew all of that, what would your draft board have looked like?
Here's a glimpse of mine.