2019 NFL Draft Guide: Using FAAB/Waivers Properly
Joe Gallina runs through the different ways to acquire free agents throughout the season and what strategies and styles will work best for your fantasy football leagues.
If you’re reading this article, you obviously love playing fantasy football. One of the most enjoyable things that fantasy football players get to do is construct their team through their draft. Whether you’re taking part in a snake or auction draft there’s nothing like putting on your general manager’s cap and building your team from the ground up. However, unless you play in a best ball league, there’s a lot more work that you need to do once your draft is over, in order to perfect your creation.
After the smoke clears and your draft is done, you’ll probably evaluate your team and identify some flaws that need fixing. As the season gets underway, you’ll be faced with inevitable injuries and poor performances from some of your players who’ll you’ll eventually drop. There will be players that you’ve never heard of who’ll become fantasy relevant and just about everyone in your league will be clamoring to add them to their team through free agency. It’s important to know the rules...