Fantasy football auction draft cheat sheet

Fantasy football auction draft cheat sheet
snake draft and you rule the roost; so do you really want to put the training wheels back on again?

The answer is a resounding hell YES.

Not only because auction-drafting is a much more fair, fun, flexible, and strategic way of drafting (a vast majority of leagues that switch never look back - more details but also because it's just not that difficult.

Seriously - there's no reason to feel intimidated even if you're a first-timer going up against a bunch of auction veterans.

All you really need is a regular old cheat sheet you feel good about and you're all set.

Just follow the simple tips below and you'll soon be chomping at the bit to bring your auction-drafted squad onto the field.

How to use a regular old cheat sheet (with no dollar values).

Probably the biggest reason people get intimidated by auction-drafting is the prospect of assigning dollar values to each player.

Let me be the first to tell you that you don't even have to do this if you don't want.

You can take your regular positional cheat sheet or "Top 200" list to your auction and still dominate.

The key thing is to be patient and let your league dictate value.

If you're going to use your positional cheat sheet, I recommend you wait until at least 3-4 players in a position are nominated and sold before buying into that position.

Alternatively, if you'd rather use your "Top 200" list, then just wait until about 8-12 players have gone to buy any position.

After each player is sold, instead of crossing his name out, simply write down his price next to his name on your cheat sheet.

The idea is that you want to give yourself a decent sample of values with which to compare the rest of the player pool.

After you have a good idea of how your league is valuing players, all you need to do is pay attention and look for values.

What exactly do I mean by this?

Let's say, for example, that in your Top 200 list, the 13th ranked player sold for 50 and the 15th sold for 48 (out of a 200 salary cap).

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