We all make mistakes when building our big board for upcoming fantasy football drafts. Some of these mistakes are clearly on us as individual players, but a lot of them are made because we listen to arm chair experts a bit too much.
For example, I had come to the conclusion and recommended that fantasy owners look to go quarterback earlier in 2012 than they did in previous seasons. This has obviously backfired as Aaron Rodgers, Tom Brady and Matthew Stafford have had down fantasy seasons to date.
Meanwhile, the likes of Ray Rice and LeSean McCoy continue to fill up fantasy points with the best of them.
With that in mind, there are clear exceptions to the rule. No one outside of Waco, Texas, or Washington D.C. would have expected Robert Griffin III to be one of the most productive fantasy quarterbacks as a rookie in 2012. What about the performances of defenses and special teams in the NFC West? Obviously, not many expected to see what is happening there right now.
Today's article is going to focus on 50 fantasy mistakes that we are kicking ourselves for through the quarter point in the season.