Every fantasy football league has its own little intricacies. Some leagues give running backs more points for touchdowns than quarterbacks.
Some use a flex (rb/wr/te) position while others have strictly three receiver slots. Still others give a point per reception, while others do not factor them in at all.
Whatever your fantasy league’s special little details, you can always use a little help when it comes to your draft.
Each year, stores sell millions of fantasy magazines, and mock draft boards get lit up like Tim “The Tool Man” Taylor’s house at Christmas. Everyone who plays fantasy is looking for a little edge.
That is why we are here to help. I have gone through and broken down what your draft should look like based on your position in the draft. To do this we must first be on the same page as far as league rules.
I used the CBS Sports template of a starting lineup of 1 QB, 2 RB, 2 WR, TE, K, DST and a FLEX (RB/WR/TE). Also I have gone through and listed the next 11 players for you to fill out your bench with. The draft is done based on a 12-team, snake-style draft.
The scoring is based on six points for any touchdown, one point per 10 yards rushing or receiving and 25 yards passing. This is also a PPR league in which a player receives one point-per-catch.
Now without further ado, I present to you exactly, unequivocally, inarguably, just how your draft board should look this fantasy season.