Fantasy Factory: Analyzing Picks One Through Ten (No. 4-6)

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Published: July 8, 2009

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Alright, here we are back for the second stage of achieving fantasy greatness. Having picks four, five, or six is one of my favorite draft positions. You don't have to wait extremely long to make your next pick, and it helps gauge who will be available when you do select your next stud.

Drafting at No. Four, Five, or Six

Selecting at these positions opens up a new world of possibilities. Naturally, the top three running backs have already been selected.

** Footnote: If you have pick four, one of the top running backs will be available. Such as Matt Forte or Maurice Jones-Drew. In that case, select them with your number four pick.

It also is a time to start looking at drafting a different position, such as wide receiver. I know it sounds crazy, but he's just THAT good.

However your style, here are four players, that I find logical choices to dra...

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