Fantasy Football Drafting a QB in the First or Second Round of Fantasy Draft

Every year I go into the draft I tell myself I need a top three Quarterback to win the league. There have been some years where I won the league where I drafted a top three QB late in the draft when I was able to find a QB who far outdid their draft position (when Peyton Manning went later in drafts) I find that unless your league devalues QB's points that you should target a QB early that will be top three.

2015 Fantasy Football: Do I Really Need to Draft His Handcuff?

Aaron Doster - USA Today Sports

Author: Allan Maule

Unless your fantasy league gives you an abnormally deep bench, you’ve asked yourself this question: Do I HAVE to pick up a B-list running back as an insurance policy? Instead, you could nab that sleeper WR that promises to win you key games. Or grab a top defense before the late draft rush begins. Or draft a rookie who might explode in week 1.

So many possibilities, so few roster spots. Do I really need to draft his handcuff?

2015 Fantasy Football Draft Late Round Sleepers

JJ Wilcox, USA Today Sports
Throughout the off-season I like to point out players that I am targeting in later rounds of the draft or just overall value picks for you to target in your drafts for 2015.

2015 Fantasy Football Rookie Running Backs

Jake Roth, USA Today Sports
Here are some rookie running backs (RBs) to keep a close eye on in your drafts and the RB's that can be most fruitful for your fantasy football teams.