Draft Strategy: Does Zero-RB Work? – By Richard King

Following on from the article previously posted on ATFP (link here) and a lot of Twitter discussion with people stating zero-RB doesn’t work, I thought I’d give it a stab to see how this strategy would pan out. The reason is that generally you need to be flexible with your draft strategy, the theory of…

The Volume Chronicles: Running Backs – by Gabriel Cabistani

As preposterous as it might seem, I’ll start this series by citing the legendary Matthew Berry, when he gives a brief concept about what’s the main goal on fantasy football: “At a fundamental level, fantasy football is entirely about minimizing risk and giving yourself the best odds to win on a weekly basis.” At The…

Sleepers you MUST draft for your fantasy teams- by Rob Grimwood

You’ve selected your studs in the first few rounds of the draft. You might have opted for a zero RB strategy, or decided to bulk up on receivers early. Whatever strategy you’ve used, you’re still going to need to bulk up your teams’ depth. Whether you have done extensive research, you simply like a players…

Draft Day Strategies – by Tyler Belawske

There is no definitive way to draft your team to lead you to a victory in a redraft league. Everyone has their favorite way to draft. Whether it’s a no running back strategy, no wide receiver strategy, quarterback and tight end early or late, best available, tiering, homer picks or throw a dart. I’ll keep…

Players you MUST draft for your fantasy teams – by Rob Grimwood

I know how it works. It starts with the draft; an excitement inside you builds as you start piecing together landing spots whilst examining college stats and talent potential. Then OTA’s come beckoning and you realize fantasy season is just around the corner. That’s the moment when you start scouting for your own team. Some…