The best way to learn a subject is to experience it. Not much fraud, checklist, buddy counseling, or new ideas can replace wisdom with years of experience.
The good news is that it is possible to get acquainted with the knowledge that existed before. Our science is on the shoulders of giants and our games work the same
The following tips, which are learned through every fantasy football professional experience.
first Understand what kind of championships you have.
The type of tournament is one of the factors of a player's value. Brandin Cooks is a great example; Chefs were great prizes for last year's dynasty tournaments, but there was more than just a sleeping opportunity in the redraft leagues this year. After experiencing his experience, he is a potential student.
2. Learn the rules of the tournament roster. Of course, it would be great to have Marshawn Lynch, DeMarco Murray and LeSean McCoy as the first three qualifiers, but if the starting lineup with only two running backs points are wasted while another position suffers. Professionals always have a full roster plan.
3. Variable scoring is based on a scoring system
A great backdoor is very good, but most leagues reduce nerf's ability to score by reducing the number of points scored. Aaron Rodgers is worth a great sketch in TD at six points and 20 points at 20 points. Four per TD and 30 points per point? Not so much.
The most common example is PPR (per reception point). Broadband buyers are given a value and running ranks are mixed. Matt Forte is a middle-bottom RB1 at traditional scoring, but in a league that uses PPR, he's a trap. One point per purchase will give 100 points for the total amount in 2014.
4. Designing Safer Drawings Early
Not every "safe" player gets the season, but it is possible to reduce the risk. Every player with early players is a great player. Apart from last year, when Adrian Peterson was raised to Darren's "Glass Man", McFadden was not a professional. Early elections are the cornerstones of a team and in the first round there is no need for injury or legal risk. Upward drawing after startup and after setting the subs.
Taking a second or third security transmission with a semi-axial keypad can look great, but it's a terrible idea. Players can go out during the season. More importantly, players can play and play in a given year. Arian Foster last year, Kelvin Benjamin last year, and Alfred Blue and Davante Adams this year are a great example of the "sleepers" – players who surprised most of the owners and put the top-end fantasy scores. The champion is likely to have one or two benefits that no one can expect and unless a tournament uses 20 players of substitute players for weeks to weeks and the injuries will be easily accessible
. Never plan kick or defense at an early stage.
Every rule has exceptions, but think about the previous tip. To win the top end kicker or defense, you have to be in the eight to tenth round somewhere. The kickers are changing wildly for years, and many professional fantastic players use other protection each week to relieve themselves. "Stream protection" also outperforms the upper final protection. This does not mean that Seahawks is not worth buying, only the best protection can be expected.
This is just the beginning. They might write a complete novel about the fantasy football, and every rule breaks from time to time. The key is to remember this single word: value. The best fantasy football owners will find the opportunity to generate extra value and get better players at a lower cost.
Take these tips, play like a professional pro, and win your league if you can. Good luck!