Fantasy Football Draft Strategy: The Best Rounds to Draft Each Position in 2014

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Fantasy Football Draft Strategy: The Best Rounds to Draft Each Position in 2014
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The dog days of summer may be in full swing, but it hasn't felt this much like fall in quite a while.

That's because all across the NFL, players are reporting to training camp. In less than two weeks, the Buffalo Bills and New York Giants will kick off the 2014 preseason with the Hall of Fame Game.

If there's football being played, it also means that fantasy football is being played, and sure enough, as the calendar prepares to turn to August, fantasy draft season is about to kick into high gear.

In fact, some leagues have already drafted and savvy fantasy owners will use those drafts to help determine when to target the players they covet.

Taking things one step further, the true sharks try to enter draft preparation with an open mind and then cater their draft plan to best take advantage of the values available at each position.

So where are those values? Are stud wide receivers the way to go in Round 1 this year? What about the high-end quarterbacks?

Read on and find out!

 

Average Draft Position Data Courtesy of My Fantasy League and NFL.com

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