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Thread: Need Draft Strategy Help

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    Fantasyland Need Draft Strategy Help

    Ok, I've been doing fantasy for years...and know offenses pretty well.

    However, this year I'm in a league with IDP. I have no idea how to draft defensive players or when to draft them.

    What round should you go for a LB, DB or DE?

    The league I'm in is QB, 2-WR, 2-RB, W/R, TE, K, DEF, 2-DB, 2-DE and LB.

    I'm at a loss as to when I should be drafting defensive players and don't want that to be what kills me. Any help would be appreciated.


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    The good news is from number 1 at lber to number 10 the points drop off isn't real dramatic. Probably around 30 points throughout the course of the season so if I were u I would just follow a run if it starts to happen. Either that or draft patrick willis in the fifth round if he's available. He's gonna score 200-230 points and that's a lot more than a number 3 rb wr or a tight end not named gates is gonna score
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    d linemen score almost nothing and your big points scorers for dbs are generally strong safties because of their tackle numbers. I'd try and pick up justin tuck or jared allen and for dbs I'm not really sure
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