The fantasy football season is nearly upon us. Many drafts are still waiting to happen, so it's time to take a final look at the average draft positions for players and identify bargains in each round.
As I combed through the information based on over 5,000 completed drafts of the past week, I was shocked to see the kind of value a savvy owner could get in the later rounds.
While there are many gems in every fantasy draft, there are players in each round who seem to be falling too far.
This column is designed to help fantasy football owners plan wisely as they map out their 2010 strategies.
Keep in mind, this information is based on a standard lineup and a PPR (points per reception) format.
Once you have this redraft fantasy football thing figured out, it's time to try a dynasty league.
Until then, hunt for the following 20 bargains in your upcoming drafts.