2018 Fantasy Football Draft Prep: Building a team from every draft slot with our experts' pick-by-pick series
Few land in their ideal draft slot, but not to worry. Our experts show you how they built teams from every slot.
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Editor's note: Our latest non-PPR pick-by-pick series was done in June and is a three-man draft with Heath Cummings, Jamey Eisenberg and Dave Richard, with each one selecting four teams in this 12-team mock. The goal of this series is to show you positions to draft in these spots as much as the players selected, so take that into account when viewing each team.
Picking No. 1 figures to be pretty simple for the 2018 Fantasy season. But after you take consensus Todd Gurley, who are you likely to find at the 2-3 turn? Or 4-5?
Or should you be depressed if you draw the No. 12 draft slot? Not at all.
Jamey Eisenberg, Dave Richard and Heath Cummings show you how they built (theoretically) winning teams from every draft position in both PPR and non-PPR formats. Here are the full results for the non-PPR draft they conducted:
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