The purpose of the Fantasy Alarm Draft Guide is to be sure that you are ready for your draft, no matter what kind of draft that might be. Fantasy football has evolved into all different kinds of leagues now as people look for more ways to enjoy the game we love. Few types of leagues are increasing in popularity and in frequency as Superflex leagues. For those of you who might be unfamiliar with the term, a Superflex league is one in which that allows you to start a quarterback in your flex position. While traditional leagues allow just running backs, wide receivers, and tight ends in your flex, this added position to the flex spot brings in a world of new strategy to the game. In this article we will go over how to set up a Superflex leagues, as well as some unique rules, and will finish it up with some draft strategies.  

The Setup and Rules

This part isn’t too complicated. The only real change here from the traditional league is that, as stated before, quarterbacks can be...