I’m in a 12 person standard redraft home league 2 years in, looking to move to full PPR for this year. I’ve won the last two years, mostly from the wire and in standard format with an RB heavy approach but my drafts haven’t been as solid as I’d like and when I look back at who was on the board at certain points I really could and should have built juggernaut teams both years.
Doing my research and initial mocks now but one area that is hard to replicate is mock drafts using ECR don’t put anywhere close to as much value on the QB position as most of my home league does. So while I mock draft pretty well, I find it hard to stick to a strategy in my home league draft due the crazy QB run that happens early.
How is this best managed, do I stick to the WR/RB early approach, maybe take an elite TE if one falls into the 4th or 5th and then glace at QB when I’ve got at least 3-4 high caliber WRs and RBs and/or a top TE? Or do I play my leagues draft game and look at QB in say round 3, lock one in and then revert back to WR/RB/TE.
QB draft in 2018 looked like this: FYI i know i should have bought into Mahomes, and I’m hoping Wilson or Wentz fall in my league as high upside guys to take.
RND 1 – Brady, Rodgers, Watson
RND 2 – Luck
RND 3 – Wilson, Cousins
RND 5 – Brees, Ryan, Wentz
RND 6 – Newton(me) , Stafford (NB first back up taken here Stafford)
RND 7 – Jimmy G, Big Ben
RND 8 – Prescott, Goff
RND 9 – Rivers, Smith
RND 10 – Mariota, Mahomes
RND 11 – Bortles, Tannehill
RND 13 – Trubisky, Dalton
RND 15 – Bradford
FA Post Draft – Baker, Manning, Carr, Keenum, Allen, Winston/Fitz, Darnold, Jackson, Flacco, Rosen, Tyrod