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This isn't how it used to be.
In today's fantasy football world, waiting to draft a quarterback is commonplace. You probably do it. Your friends do it. Everyone does it.
In 2012, that wasn't the case.
This isn't how it used to be.
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chrisparsons83 / Salary Cap Drafting Strategy
Last active Aug 24, 2020
My approach to salary cap drafting in fantasy football
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well, the thing I would say is that I tend to allocate 85-90%ish of my budget towards my starters, and 10-15% of my budget towards my bench
so say you have 1QB/2RB/2WR/1TE/1FLX/1DST/1K
and then 6 bench
that's pretty much standard
and $200 budget
I'm expecting to spend $1 on QB/DST/K each
and I'll say I have $170 for my starters... that means I have $167ish for my RB/WR/TE/FLX
actually, the more I look at those numbers... I'm spending 90% on my starters more than 85%
but then, what I would do is take something like beersheets and start trying to build groups of RB/WR/TE/FLX out of $170
just to get an idea of how you can split up your money