3 Commandments For Every Fantasy Football Draft

Bill Enright

Bull Market Fantasy debuts from Wall Street just in time for your Fantasy Football Drafts. Jim is a legend when it comes to investing and has been playing Fantasy Football since 1980. Today embarks the first episode of Jim's Fantasy Football series and website launch!

Here at Bull Market Fantasy we have 10 commandments for winning at Fantasy Football that you’ll read and watch through the next few days but today Jim Cramer and I focused on three crucial commandments that every fantasy player needs to follow to ensure fantasy football success. They include: Wait On Your Quarterback, Avoid players from bad teams (Bills, Giants, Bengals, Dolphins, Redskins, Jets, Raiders) and Don’t draft too many players from the same team.

We didn’t stop there.

Jim and I then discussed some general draft strategy and players from around the NFL that he’s considering in his own draft. Jim scored the most points in his league last year and this year has the 4th pick. He’s pretty torn on who to draft considering Cowboys running back Ezekiel Elliott is holding out but I had to cool him off a bit as Zeke’s backup, Tony Pollard, is an excellent handcuff to grab.

Plus we talked about the stock market and the direct correlation some of the same profitable investing principles Jim and his team utilize and how to apply it to Fantasy Football.

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Comments (17)
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TheDerek
TheDerek

I came up on a 3 RB offense on teams that score and win. But the league has seem to shift towards passing points in the Antonio Brown era. Excited for the season.

DaBearz
DaBearz

I always grab handcuffs to my top rbs. It's just a solid investment into insurance.

Villain Club
Villain Club

Sorry, but Commandment number one is know your league's scoring system. The league I play in has crazy QB points. So waiting on a QB is not an option...

Danny Peterson
Danny Peterson

Editor

If we "wait for our quarterback", what QB outside the top 10 QB's do you like?


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