1. Lots of Research. Research is essential when coming up with a strategy. The Research stage comes before the actual draft. Research gives you some information that can help provide you insight of who is good and who is bad. Research can be anything from looking at past seasons on players, or by looking at their injury history. Doing your research right can give you an edge when deciding who you want for your team and who you don’t want.
2. Mock Drafts. Mock drafts are a good idea and can provide insight as well. You may be เว็บตรงทางเข้า มือถือ asking what the point of doing a mock draft if you won’t even be able to keep the roster you selected? Participating in mock drafts shows you what players other people will think are good or are bad. If a person you really want consistently gets drafted early, then you may consider either drafting him earlier or find a replacement if the price is too high. The same goes if a player you want gets drafted later than usual. You can possibly wait on him a little longer and try to go for someone else and hope he is still available later. I would say that mock drafts are optional when using it as a part of your strategy, but I would definitely say do it. Plus it is absolutely free and really fun to participate in.
3. Getting advice from others. Getting advice from someone else can really help also. Obviously, I wouldn’t ask someone that would be in the same fantasy football league as you, but asking someone who isn’t can be insightful. In addition to asking friends, many football analysts have written articles that expressed what their strategies are. For example, maybe one friend will say that he/she likes to have a lot of running backs on the team and another friend likes to have at least one elite running back and one elite wide receiver to make a team more balanced. Asking people will give you some information that may not have known about earlier. If