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The QB Drafting Guide


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undefined undefined undefined undefined undefined undefined undefined undefined undefined undefined undefined undefined undefined undefined undefined undefined This is the guide to drafting your fantasy quarterback in 2013. We all rank players differently and we all have different draft strategies. The question you have to ask yourself is: Which fantasy player or position do you hold on a higher pedestal than the others? You should know this. Do you feel that the quarterback position is deep enough this year that you could wait for an Andrew Luck and still have a successful team? Or would you rather take the safe route and grab Aaron Rodgers or Drew Brees early?

Do you feel like you can get value at the running back or wide receiver position later than earlier? Whichever route you decide to take, the quarterback position will hold great value to the success of your fantasy team. So whether you have the comfort of a Drew Brees throwing touchdowns on a consistent weekly basis or playing matchup football with two quarterbacks, I’ll show you how to be prepared to go either direction and know what to expect and accept whichever road you decide to take.

The first key to your success as a fantasy owner lies within your ability to make decisions and stick to those decisions. You may need to “use the force.” Start by ranking fantasy players for each position, and give those rankings some serious thought before making them final. That means put down your ‘lightsaber’ and get to work.

Once you have ranked all of your players by position, do yourself a favor and stop! Sit back, crack open a frosty cold one, and heck … splurge a little and grab that frosty mug that’s been sitting in your freezer for months just collecting frost. Now, sit back, plop down on the couch, turn on the NFL Network, and enjoy. Job well done; now you’re just one step ahead of most of the owners in your league. And guess what, knowing who you value higher for each position will prepare you for the fork in the road that’s ahead of you. So buckle up for safety, kids, because every draft is different and you will need to be prepared for the expected, the unexpected, and the downright awful or great picks that will happen around you.

Alright, hopefully that cold one was everything you hoped it would be and you’re ready to proceed on the path to creating your very own Jedi mind trick. Now that you’ve ranked all of your players by position, I want you to ask yourself a few questions that may help drive the train of success directly to the front door of that personal draft board of yours. Which, ultimately, may hold the key to finding your way to a fantasy championship and making it rain with all of your friends' money.



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