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Old 05-14-2013   #1
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If you've spent any time on this board at all, you know I don't know what I'm talking about (but I think I do) & I'm a homer. Bad combination for FF. I'm the guy you want in your league, because I'm easy money.

Well..... something has got to change. One of those things, is that I have no strategy. For instance, on draft day I've got my lists that I've accrued from various websites, maybe a mock draft or two. When my time comes I look at the top of my lists, narrow it down to three or four of the best available & take the guy I like most.

Needless to say, that hasn't worked very well for me.

So I'm asking for help. & I'm going way back to the beginning. Draft spot. Do you care what pick you get? We do the zig-zag, snake draft. We pick numbers out of a hat to determine the draft order, then round one we go from 1 to 10, round two we go from 10 to 1, then back & forth all the way through.

I personally would rather have the 4, 5, 6 pick, because my picks are always relatively close to each other. Does that make sense, or is there a good reason for wanting that 1st pick, or the 10th pick?

Quarterback... how important is the QB position to you? I'll grab a list something like this In my mind, any one of those guys from 1 through 12 can have a great season in 2013. Any one of the top 12 can have the best year. Aaron Rogers, Drew Brees, Peyton & Brady... are my "safe" bets. I feel as long as I get one of those 4, I'm good. If I miss & have to settle for one of those top 12, it's not the end of the world, but I'd want to hedge my bets & get two out of that top 12 (where if I had one of the 4, my second QB would be a dark horse (Carson Palmer in Arizona maybe)).

Is that how you look at it?
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