The 2013 fantasy football season is approaching fast and drafts all over the world are starting to be planned. The last thing a fan wants to do on draft day is show up without a strategy.
That’s where we come in.
Instead of worrying about who is bringing the beer and how much money they have to throw in for food, it’s time for fantasy owners to get serious and bring home the football title that each has worked all year to win.
This is not a cheat sheet or a top-250 list. This is a strategy about how to handle the actual draft process and maximize your team’s potential.