Labor Day Weekend is known for many things but now fantasy football is a huge component of the Labor Day Weekend phenomenon. This weekend will be the largest fantasy football draft weekend since the inception of the genre. Las Vegas now plays host to thousands of fantasy football drafts in official and unofficial capacity.
With most fantasy football owners too busy to put much effort into the NFL fantasy football draft it now becomes necessary to cram for the fantasy football draft. There is no need for cramming. The lists are provided right here. The first two rounds of the fantasy football draft are the most important and those will be the first aspect of the fantasy football draft discussed.
1st Two Rounds Will Win or Lose a Fantasy Football League
The first two rounds of a no keeper fantasy football league are the most critical for a fantasy football owner. There are many cheat sheets to choose from but these fantasy football cheat sheets will get even the most inexperienced owner through the first two rounds. NFL Fantasy Football 2010: 1st Round Cheat Sheet Top 10 Picks and Fantasy Football Cheat Sheet Round 2: Don’t Fear Rookies Early are perfect guides for the most inexperienced fantasy football owner.
Once 1st Two Rounds of Fantasy Football Draft End the Fun Begins
The first two rounds of a fantasy football draft are tense but once they are over the strategy and fun begin. Now it is a matter of interpretation how the fantasy football draft go from the third round on. The best strategy is to pick a running back first and a quarterback second. This would make the third pick a wide receiver, unless a fantasy football owner took Andre Johnson or Randy Moss in the first two rounds.
One important aspect of the fantasy football draft to remember is do not let the owner in front dictate the draft. Plan out the first ten picks by position and stick to them. A good formula for the first five picks is: running back, quarterback, wide receiver, tight end and running back. The following links highlight the best position rankings for a fantasy football draft.
Top 25 Quarterback Cheat Sheet.
Top 25 Running Back Cheat Sheet.
Top 25 Wide Receivers Cheat Sheet.
Top 25 Tight Ends Cheat Sheet.
Top 25 Team Defense Cheat Sheets.
Up to Minute Injury Reports Are Critical on Labor Day Weekend As Well as Depth Chart Changes
Watch websites such as Pro Football Talk, Associated Content by Yahoo and Suite 101 for up to the minute injury news and roster information. Injuries are critical but possible platoons in the backfield may be more important.
Depth charts are another important key to watch after the Thursday night final NFL preseason games. The rosters will be narrowed to 53 players and there may be possible depth chart adjustments soon after the rosters are finalized. Be aware and informed on every teams depth chart.