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Fantasy Football Tip of the Day:
Know your scoring system and your roster requirements! The below is based on the FSRU.com fantasy football PPR scoring system which gives 6 points (not 4) for passing TD's and has an active Utility Position which allows team owners to add an extra QB/WR/RB/TE. The result of this is the FSRU scoring and rosters put additional emphasis on QB's. Thats our scoring system and rosters and it is quite popular. If you are visiting and playing a different scoring system, make adjustments.
Ranking in Fantasy Football:
This is all about football players performing as expected. Easy right. All you need to know is who is going to get hurt and who is going to shine once the season starts and we can do this perfectly. OK, so this is little more than an educated guess once we get past the top two rounds, and in truth, half the time they don't even go as planned.
Let us take the time to reiterate some well known fantasy football rules for the draft:
1. Do not put much stock in rookies. The game is faster in the NFL, much faster; the playbook is much more complicated, the defensive backs are twice the size as in college against future insurance salesman. Need we say more.
2. Always take the best player for as long as you can in the draft. Do not strategise. Do not over think. When you can take the best player, you cannot go wrong.
3. Play all season. Do not give up on the season even when you are mathematically eliminated and all you can play is spoiler. When your team is 5-0, PLAY. When your team is 0-5, PLAY. The most memorable seasons ever bragged are those when the team owner started off with the worst possible start.
Player Ranking Explained:
The below was written to provide you a top 200 snake draft utilizing the FSRU Fantasy Football Scoring System