Fantasize Me: How to Win Your Fantasy Football Draft

B/R StudiosFeatured ColumnistAugust 20, 2013

As long as fantasy football has been around, it's been all about the running backs. In the first round, no matter what, take a running back. Well, unless you're in a league with lots of teams, Megatron is always a safe bet (especially if it's PPR). 

The biggest mistake fantasy owners make is getting caught up on their favorite players. You can't let your home-team bias influence your picks.

For example, even if you're a Saints fan, Jimmy Graham should not be taken until late in the second round, at the earliest. 

There's tons more advice on how to win your draft, and Josh Zerkle gives you some in the video above.

Let us know in the comments below if you agree or disagree with Josh. Also, let us know your strategy heading into the 2013 fantasy draft season. 

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