Archive for the ‘Draft Strategy’ Category

h2h Corner ~ Knowing ADP – How To Win Your League Before the Season Even Starts II

Maximizing every drop of value in every pick is hugely important. Taking a player in the fifth round that you could just as easily have taken in the sixth round is a major mistake. To avoid this, you need to know all about Average Draft Position (ADP). Continue reading

h2h Corner ~ Knowing ADP – How To Win Your League Before the Season Even Starts

Maximizing every drop of value in every pick is hugely important. Taking a player in the fifth round that you could just as easily have taken in the sixth round is a major mistake. To avoid this, you need to know all about Average Draft Position (ADP). Continue reading

h2h Corner – Positional Flexibility

Positional flexibility – which means a hitter qualifies at multiple line-up slots – is the fantasy draft equivalent to the Siren’s call for most 5×5 h2h 10 and 12 team leagues. I almost went with “The Myth of Sisyphus” analogy route, but I didn’t know how many Camus fans also read my columns and would make the leap to the “absurd.”

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h2h ADP Value Grab Bag III

Recently, I published the first and second installments of the h2h ADP value grab bag. For more information on ADP and how to use it, scroll to the bottom.

This series identifies players that, for whatever reason, are typically available later in drafts, but should provide their owners with better returns than their ADP would indicate.

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h2h ADP Value Grab Bag II

Recently, I published the first installment of the h2h Average Draft Position (ADP) value grab bag. For more information on ADP and how to use it, scroll to the bottom.

This series identifies the players that, for whatever reason, you can get later in drafts, but will provide you with better returns than their ADP would indicate. Continue reading

h2h ADP Value Grab Bag, Part I

A player’s Average Draft Position (ADP) is determined by examining fantasy drafts and averaging the position where he was selected in each. ADP is a useful tool for gauging the typical interest in a player so that you can target/value him accordingly. Knowing where a player usually goes allows the drafter to figure out not only how early he has to reach for sleepers, but also how long he can wait on said sleepers. Just a tip: your draft sheet should have the ADP of every player next to them.

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