2019 NFL Draft Guide: Best Ball Draft Strategies
Drafting in best-ball league can be very different than it is in season fantasy football so Howard Bender goes through his favorite strategies for drafting each position.
There’s no denying that the best-ball format has taken over fantasy sports. Everyone loves to draft and everyone claims to be too busy for in-season roster maintenance. As a result, the draft-and-hold format has grown in popularity and people are dropping $10 to $20 per team just to take their shot.
There are a number of different strategies you can employ, depending on who some of your key targets will be this season. If you feel like you need to take Patrick Mahomes in the third round, we can help you adjust your draft strategies to fill in the rest of your spots with quality players. If locking down Travis Kelce is your game, we can help there too.
Now, obviously, there’s more than one way to skin a cat which means there’s never one way to draft a winning fantasy football team. The Alarm team is going to run a series of best-ball draft write-ups over the next two months here in the Draft Guide so you can see the variety of strategies we use. For this piece here, I am...