You should go into every fantasy draft with a general plan of attack.
Of course, you’ll need to be able to adjust throughout the draft and pounce on value wherever it presents itself. That’s where the Draft War Room with customized, dynamic rankings comes into play.
But building a round-by-round strategy beforehand certainly helps. That’s exactly what we’re doing with the Perfect Draft series — using the Draft War Room and ADP to get an idea of where the value will be in each round.
This is the 10-Team non-PPR Perfect Draft. Each strategy guide assumes 16-round drafts and starting lineups of 1 QB, 2 RBs, 2 WRs, 1 TE, 1 Flex, 1 K and 1 DST. The Draft War Room will help you adjust your strategy if your league settings are different.
Note: Sept. 1 updates are in bold. Remember to check your Draft War Room for the most up-to-date rankings customized to your league's rules.
Without the reception scoring, this is the Jonathan Taylor spot. The DMVP gap between Taylor and #2 Derrick Henry on this board gets you from Henry down to #6 on the initial board.
QB: Josh Allen
RB: Saquon Barkley, James Conner, Cam Akers, Leonard Fournette
WR: CeeDee Lamb, Tyreek Hill, Tee Higgins
This turn looks like RB-WR, even if you need to start 3 wideouts. Barkley and Conner sit well ahead of the next group at RB.