Archive for the ‘Auction Draft’ Category

Auction Drafts: The 4 Wide Receivers to Purchase

I’m always looking for a new angle when it comes to the auction draft. This year I think I may have found a pattern (not that I am rainman or anything). I typically believe in the “studs” or “scrubs” approach. However, this year I am working on a “modified” theory of a madman. Depending on […]

How to Approach an Auction Draft

There are numerous ways to approach an auction. I am going to highlight 3 ways that I have found successful. This is assuming a total of $100, 16 roster spots, PPR league. 1. Shock and Awe – Similar to a “studs and scrubs” approach in a keeper league. Overbid your competition to guarantee greats. An example […]

Results of my 1st Auction League

So my first auction draft went EXACTLY according to plan. I am currently blogging during a live traditional PPR league draft (I’ll fill you in if anything exciting happens). Currently they are still rambling on about divisions and the draft should have started 20 minutes ago. Classic example of inefficiency at fantasy football drafts. So […]

Auction Draft Tips

So today is my first of two auction drafts. I figured I would share some of my nontraditional tips. People always get caught up in bidding wars. Even I fell for it last year I bid up for Larry Johnson and that was a HUGE bust. I paid $18 for a player who should have […]