Goopster24 Posted November 28, 2009 Share Posted November 28, 2009 Strategy in drafting and managing teams has changed over the years, especially due to how teams are using players now and how offenses are being designed. You look at the running backs in the league and only a handful are the designated GUYS on their team (Peterson, CJ now, Jones-Drew, etc.). Wide receivers are being drafted higher now and people are gambling with taking chances on RB's later, sometimes coming up big with picks like Ricky this year and Beanie. I know for me, I will give strong looks towards WR's in the first round, no matter my position. If I have a top pick, I'll take the stud RB's but I wouldn't mind drafting two WR's with a late pick back to back and again taking chances on the number of sleeper RB's out there now it seems. Also, one thing I've always done in my local is draft quarterbacks late. It's really hurt me this year and I know I cannot afford to do that in this age of prolific passing teams in the NFL. I wanted Rodgers, couldn't get him, and then waited late and took Hasselbeck, who has been up and down and was cut from my team for a little, only to be picked up again. What are strategy changes you will make next year for FF, if any? What have you noticed changing in the way we should draft/manage teams? What mistakes have you made that you know you can't afford to make next year? Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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