Found August 21, 2013 on With Leather:
(via Getty Image)Welcome to Day 3 of my annual With Leather Fantasy Football Draft Guide (For People Who Don’t Want To Look Like Complete Idiots In Their First Drafts And/Or Want To Take Advantage Of The Homers And Marks In Their Leagues By Making Smart Picks), and today’s topic is the third easiest position to draft – behind running backs and quarterbacks – the wide receiver.Drafting this position depends first and foremost on what type of league you’re in, as a PPR can sometimes make certain receivers more valuable than others, while standard scoring still mandates that the RB is your most important position, followed by QB and WR. And really, it should be that way no matter what, because even if your league features PPR scoring, you should simply look to receiving backs as a priority and then WRs.But as a reminder, I am not an expert. I believe that “fantasy football expert” is up there with dog whisperer and Lifetime Original Movie actor in terms of jobs that aren’t real, but I ...
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