Followers of DLF know we focus our energy year round on dynasty leagues. However, we still have a high level of respect for the redraft format.
New league drafts are being facilitated all over the country, so it’s time to take a final look at the average draft positions for players.
Earlier today, we brought you 20 rounds of redraft value.
Now, we flip the coin over and identify the riskiest choices in each round.
I took a second look at the average draft position of players from over 5,000 completed drafts of the past week. As I took a fresh perspective in analyzing this information, I was surprised at how high some players were going.
This column is designed to help fantasy football owners plan wisely as they map out their 2010 strategies for a redraft league.
While many of these players will be good performers, there are many other choices who should merit more consideration at the same draft slot.
Keep in mind, this information is based on a standard lineup and a PPR (points per reception) format for a 12-team league.
Just remember, once you have this redraft fantasy football thing figured out, it’s time to try a dynasty league.
Until then, I'd advise against taking these players as high as most others have in your own upcoming drafts.