FANTASY PLAYS: Strategies to consider for draft-day edge (The Associated Press)

Fantasy football draft strategy has evolved considerably the past 10 years, from the days of picking running backs early, saving kickers for last and avoiding sitting near opponents who look at your cheat sheets. The reason is simple: The game has grown rapidly, with now 56 million people in North America playing fantasy sports, according to the Fantasy Sports Trade Association. The ”Zero-RB” theory was popularized by high-stakes fantasy player Chris Vaccaro several years ago, vaulting the New York bar owner to a $150,000 title and the National Fantasy Football Championship (NFFC) Hall of Fame.
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