I've always been a fan of the auction draft. In fact, long ago I wrote an article detailing why it was better than standard snake drafts. You set the value on players you want.
Do you want to save your money and have a team full of solid players? Do you want a few great players and fill in the rest along the way? Each team has a unique construction, set to the owner's preferences.
That said, there are some discrepancies between the listed values in CBS fantasy football auction values.
CBS fantasy bases their prices on a $100 salary cap, and each player has two listed values: one from Jamey Eisenberg and the other from Dave Richard.
For the sake of simplicity, we will only analyze Dave Richard's pricing guide.