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12 person league, what spot


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Hello folks,


I am in a 12 person league, high dollar (for me atleast), non-keeper league. We random who picks where, but there are a lot switches and trades made for order spots. We play 1 QB, 2 RBs, 3 WRs, 1 TE, 1 K and 1 Def..we get points per reception, 100 yards bonues, 6 pts for TDs...pretty standard.


Looking at this years draft choices, in a 12 person snake draft formatt, what pick number do you think will be the best spot to pick. In the last few years, I have always picked 1, 2 or 3..a lot of no brains picks. I just was looking for folks thoughts on the best spot.


thanks alot!!

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I would try to stay away from 7-11 as well. Top 3 is ideal, 4-6 gives you something to work with as far as a stud RB, but if I'm any lower than that, I would prefer to have back-to-back picks with #12. Makes drafting a lot easier than having #10 or #11, and having to worry every time around that the person after/before you is going to steal your guy.

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It sounds cliche as hell, and there are certain spots we have a comfort zone in for sure, but I've always felt that if I'm prepared and I've done the research-then any spot is fine. I've seen championships won from just about every spot in 10-12 team leagues. My local(since 1989) has had the champ come from every spot except #9, which we now call the "Kiss of Death" spot. My league is 12 teams deep by the way, as a 10 team league, not sure there is a bad spot to be had-just my :D.

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