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Average Draft Position (ADP) Charts
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- Written by The Professor
You read the Pre-Draft article, right? No? Have you drafted yet? No? Good, then you have time to read it. Don’t worry, we’ll wait for you to catch up to the rest of the class…
Welcome to Fantasy Football 102. You drafted your first Fantasy Football team. Hopefully enjoyed a few adult beverages with your fellow owners, or just the pleasure of their company. So now what?
The Game – Head to Head
This is the easy part of this class… score more than the other guy. Fantasy Football isn’t that hard.
Week 1 is fast approaching, so who do I start? For the purposes of this article, we’re assuming a 16 player roster with simple starting requirements, and that you drafted a team that looks like this:
- Written by The Professor
Good Morning Class. Welcome to Fantasy Football 101. I’m the Professor. Let’s get learning.
If you’ve been playing Fantasy Football for a few years, this article probably is not for you, unless you want a refresher. But if you’ve never played, and the guy down the hall at work invited you to join the casual league at the office, or the gal next door invited you to come to the draft because someone dropped out and they need a new owner, the Professor is here to help you get started in Fantasy Football.
Ownership, the Dollars and Sense
So you are now the owner of a fantasy team. As the owner, you’re paying the bills, and you want to know what you’ve gotten yourself into. There is usually a nominal entry fee in casual leagues. I’ve played in $20 office leagues; they are a lot of fun. I play in a few long running high stakes leagues, where the competition is fierce. And the Commish plays in a shark league where the entry fee would make you choke on your drink. There is a wide range of options out there. Your entry fee lets you draft a team, and the fees for all of the owners are pooled into a pot for the winner, or the top two or three finishers.
In a 10 team league (typical of casual leagues) with a $20 entry fee, that’s a $200 pool. That might be split with $125 going to the league champ, $50 to the runner up, and $25 to the 3rd place finisher. You’ve paid you entry fee, you have a financial goal you are playing for, the only other fee you might deal with is a transaction fee.