It’s time to start prepping yourself for the strategy you will take into your draft.
I am going to write this article under the assumption that you are in a league that has 12 teams and starts one quarterback, two running backs, two wide receivers, one tight end, one flex, a kicker and a defense.
If you draw pick No.1 or No. 2, then I would recommend taking a top-tier running back (Ray Rice or Arian Foster). The No. 1 pick is debatable, but if you grab Ray Rice or Arian Foster, you will be fine.
If you draw pick No. 3 through No. 12, then I would recommend going for a top quarterback like Aaron Rodgers—having one of the best quarterbacks in football will give you reliable,