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Tuesday, August 01, 2006

Evaluating the Average Draft - July

The average draft information for a league like the one you will be involved in can provide great insight into where particular players are going to be taken. There are of course exceptions like when an owner drafts from his favorite team early or an owner jumps on a ‘sleeper’ too early. Below we will go through the average draft information for the month of July and see what it is telling us. It is, after all, the collective thinking of the die hard fantasy football players at this point.We will assume a 12 team league that scores on high performance and requires a tight end and receptions are valued at 1 point per. We will do another evaluation in mid August, right before the majority of drafts are done.

***For different scoring scenarios check out other average draft information here.

Round 1
Continue article here.


Anonymous leslie said...

. Although I'm sure recruiting rules are strict and I'll be the first to admit that my knowledge is weak on the subject ... I would think that the line in the sand is promising a recruit anything beyond a full-ride scholarship, a job, or play time on the field. Meaning, why is it a problem to bring along a member of the staff even if he was from the area where you are going to recruit. These players seem to be interested in very few things. One, full scholarship; Two, contender school w/ great visibility; Three, plenty of opportunity to have fun. Then again, I'm ignorant of many aspects of football~I just enjoy a good game!NFL Draft

12/21/2009 09:13:00 PM  

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