In my previous two strategy columns I looked at the trend of wide receivers dominating the first two rounds of most fantasy drafts this season. The trend has caused havoc with my usual strategy of trying to be contrarian and taking wide receivers early and often. After participating in about a dozen drafts and auctions, here are my lessons and my game plan for my remaining drafts.
Just to recap the market environment this season: fewer running backs than ever are being taken in the first round. An unprecedented number of receivers are being taken in the first two rounds. Other than Rob Gronkowski, most leagues are waiting on tight end and quarterback.
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