Fantasy Football Draft “Dos” and “Don’ts”


Published: April 5, 2009


... We’ve already discussed knowing the basics, player values and potential, and how to put together your own strategy. All that’s left are some "dos" and "don'ts."

First and foremost, you do want to make sure you’ve allotted enough time to take part in the full draft. Depending on how fast the other owners pick and how many teams there are, this can take between one and two hours.

If you're drafting by computer, you also want to show up to the draft room at least 30 minutes early to test the application and make sure it runs fine on the computer you're using. That way, if there's a problem, you’ll have half an hour to find another place from which to participate.

When drafting, do remain focused on the task at hand. It's similar to playing poker: Even if you’re not in on the hand, you shouldn't turn your head and watch TV, read a magazine, or entertain yourself otherwise. Music is fine, but ...

Read Complete Article at Bleacher Report - NFL
Article Source: