Getting Ready for Fantasy Football Drafts: SI’s Michael Beller
Hopefully whoever runs your fantasy football league (maybe it's you) is smart enough to know no draft should take place until after the third preseason game at the earliest so we're leaning on the expertise of Sports Illustrated's Michael Beller to help you out.
For the most part, ranking players by position is elementary in the fantasy football world. You have to go behind lists of top 40, 50, 60 or 100. Beller brings us strategies for every draft position and scenario and takes our listeners questions about who to keep and draft.
What risks are worth it when it comes to rookies and players coming back from injuries? Beller has those answers as well and he puts together in "tiers" simplifying the draft process, knowing which players will likely be drafted in the neighborhood of others so you know what to expect when a run on quarterbacks, running backs or wide receivers comes in your draft.
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