BEAST DRAFT STRATEGY (2013)
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2013 Fantasy Football DRAFT STRATEGY
To make a draft strategy, you first have to understand every position. Follow along as I am giving you a Blueprint to win your Championship, even if you are not a V.I.P., you can still win your Fantasy Football League through BEAST DOME.
Being a V.I.P. makes it easier.
The QB position is 14 Players Deep. Out of those 14 QBs, there are probably 7-10 of them you want to trust on a consistent basis. Out of those 7-10 QBs, only three of them will be consistent monsters.
PEYTON MANNING – Round 3
AARON RODGERS – Round 2
DREW BREES – Round 2
In Mock Drafts and ADP value, Aaron Rodgers and Drew Brees are taken in the 2nd Round of many 12 man Fantasy Football drafts. Leaving Peyton Manning in the early 3rd Round. While it might make sense to just grab Peyton, I would not do it. QB is a position in Fantasy Football that goes deep. If you can grab a TE BEAST in Rob Gronkowski or Jimmy Graham. I would grab them to get the all-around team.
RUSSELL WILSON – Round 6
COLIN KAEPERNICK – Round 6
RGIII – Round 7
QBs like Russell Wilson/Colin Kaepernick/Robert Griffin III all go past the 6th-7th Round range in Fantasy Leagues. The play here would to grab one of them as soon as that pick arrives. There are only Two TEs who will put up consistent monstrous numbers at the position. Make sure to grab the star TE with the 3rd Round Pick.
If you end up with one of those Speedy QBs in Round 6-7, it is important to go after a solid QB you can trust if your running QB has a tough matchup. The QB to target is Eli Manning in Round 8-9. With a healthy Hakeem Nicks and no consistent running game, Eli can put up low-end ELITE numbers. If you miss on Eli, Josh Freeman will go very late and is going to be the Steal of your Draft. ADP says 12th Round on Freeman.
This is the first season you can say there is some good depth at the RB position. There are about 22 Running Backs you can almost count on every week. After those 22 RBs, there are only about 12 more who can be considered RB #2 level, but mostly RB #3 quality. Outside of Montee Ball/Ryan Mathews/Ahmad Bradshaw, the other 19 RBs all usually go within the first three rounds. The strategy here is obvious.
TOP 22 RB
ADRIAN PETERSON – Round 1
ARIAN FOSTER – Round 1
MARSHAWN LYNCH – Round 1
DOUG MARTIN – Round 1
JAMAAL CHARLES – Round 1
LESEAN MCCOY – Round 1
TRENT RICHARDSON – Round 1
RAY RICE – Round 1
STEVEN JACKSON – Round 2
DARREN MCFADDEN – Round 2
ALFRED MORRIS – Round 1
DEMARCO MURRAY – Round 2
MONTEE BALL – Round 4
MAURICE JONES-DREW – Round 3
C.J. SPILLER – Round 1
CHRIS JOHNSON – Round 3
STEVAN RIDLEY – Round 3
FRANK GORE – Round 3
MATT FORTE – Round 3
REGGIE BUSH – Round 3
RYAN MATHEWS – Round 4
AHMAD BRADSHAW – Round 6
1st Round, you select a RB. There is no doubting this rule. If you go with a WR or a QB, and your 2nd Round RB gets injured. You will be scrambling on the Waiver Wire all season just to hope you hit the right guy. Since RB is the most scarce position year-after-year, it is important to be ROCK SOLID at it.
Round #1 – Select a RB
Round #2 – Select a RB
Unless Calvin Johnson falls to you in Round #2, there is no reason to look the other way and just grab the best RB on the board. You can always find WR talent on the Waiver Wire, you can always draft Peyton Manning in Round 3 or get a great sleeper QB like Kaepernick in Round 7. You should grab the RB to play it safe. The key for all of your drafts, grab Montee Ball in Round 4 as your #3 RB. If your league has a FLEX position, Ball will likely be one of the best FLEX players in your league. Do not drop the Ball, Draft Ball.
After you draft Ball in Round #4 to be your #3 RB. Look to grab Bradshaw later as he should have a solid season with that Colts offense. Sleepers to target who could make ELITE RB #3 quality.
EDDIE LACY – 6th Round
LE’VEON BELL – 4th Round
DAVID WILSON – 3rd Round
RASHARD MENDENHALL – 6th Round
LAMAR MILLER – 4th Round
GIOVANI BERNARD – 7th Round
Remember, you take Montee Ball in Round 4. You should go after Ahmad Bradshaw/Eddie Lacy/Rashard Mendenhall in Round 6. Giovani Bernard does have the potential to be a game-changer. If you see a value play on the board, and want to wait one more round for your RB#4. Bernard is the guy to grab. David Wilson/Lamar Miller/LE’Veon Bell go way too early.
Do yourself a favor and have 4 RBs you can trust this season. Montee Ball being #3 RB will lead you to your championship.
Always draft your #1 RB handcuff. The Golden Rule on when to draft is.
Arian Foster to Ben Tate after Round 8. The rest can wait.
Tate can be instant Top 5 RB if Foster goes down.
If you are a V.I.P., then you are already covered at the WR position as that is my claim to fame. I know what to look out for with WRs and that is why I was ranked #1 in-season for the WR position in 2012.
WRs will pop up on your waiver wire all season long, it is important not to draft this position high at all this season.
PLAYERS TO TARGET
DANNY AMENDOLA – Round 5
HAKEEM NICKS – Round 5
STEVE SMITH – Round 6
DESEAN JACKSON – Round 7
MIKE WALLACE – Round 5
MILES AUSTIN – Round 7
REGGIE WAYNE – Round 5
ANTONIO BROWN – Round 5
GREG JENNINGS – Round 7
ANQUAN BOLDIN – Round 8
LANCE MOORE – Round 8
MIKE WILLIAMS – Round 9
SIDNEY RICE – Round 10
Draft 4 – 5 of these players. You can your 1st WR in round #5. You can take your 2nd WR in Round #6. You can take your 3rd WR in Round #8. You can take your 4th WR in Round # 9. If you are a V.I.P. you will have my guidance on which option to start each week, making this position your, “Musical Chair.” Punt the WR position early on draft day, and let me guide you to your championship.
There are only two TEs this season who will dominate the game every week.
ROB GRONKOWSKI – Round 4
JIMMY GRAHAM – Round 2
It is vital you take Rob Gronkowski in Round 4 of all Fantasy Football drafts this season. His total points will likely classify him as a Top 10 WR when you compare his final numbers. Tom Brady is going to throw to him every single week consistently.
But wait, isn’t that supposed to be the round you take Montee Ball??
Yes it is. Which is why you grab Rob Gronkowski in Round #3 to secure the BEAST TE.
If you decide to wait on TE
Wait till the 8th Round to select Jared Cook. He will be Sam Bradford’s main target this season.
Unless your team is completely filled out. You have the ELITE backup RBs, you have the Speedy QB with a solid backup QB, you have 4 WRs you can play musical chairs with, you have the Kicker that goes with your QB. Then it is time to draft your Defense. D/ST is a position that will always have better options than your option on the Waiver Wire. Since 85% of this position week-to-week is based on matchup, it is important to not rush this pick. Even if it’s taking SF/SEA in Round 8-9.
You can still get 10 Points from your Waiver Wire Defense consistently if you make the right selections.
ULTIMATE BEAST STRATEGY
ROUND 1 – Take the best RB
ROUND 2 – Take the best RB
ROUND 3 – Take Gronkowski/Graham
ROUND 4 – Take Montee Ball
ROUND 5 – Take Danny Amendola
ROUND 6 – Take Colin Kaepernick/Russell Wilson/RGIII
ROUND 7 – Take Ahmad Bradshaw/Eddie Lacy/or WR
ROUND 8 – Take WR
ROUND 9 – Take WR or RB
ROUND 10 – Take Eli Manning
ROUND 11 – Take WR or RB
ROUND 12 – Take Kicker that goes with your QB or Best Player
ROUND 13 – Take Kicker that goes with your QB or Best Player
ROUND 14 – Take D/ST
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Muntradamus is a Fantasy Sports Expert who specializes in Fantasy Football/Baseball/Basketball. He is currently in his second season as a Pro on FantasyPros coming off of an impressive Rookie Campaign where he landed the #8 Overall In-Season Fantasy Football Rankings Expert. Which also included #1 WR of all Expert Sites. He is also one of two people to qualify for all DRAFTSTREET CHAMPIONSHIPS (MLB/NFL/NBA) in 2012. Most Historically, Muntradamus was the #1 Fantasy Football Expert of IDP & Overall Rankings in One Week, first and only time in Fantasy Sports History.