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Fantasy Football Mock Draft 2020, where the Counselor is breaking the rules and going robust WR. See how interesting this is and how it plays out. Don’t try this in your leagues this season!
This episode made the Counselor very uncomfortable as the best fantasy football draft strategy is the Robust RB, but we did the opposite. We wanted to see what RB’s were available after round 4-5 after we went with the robust WR gameplan. What we saw was a disaster of RB’s available at this point. Your RB1 would end up being David Montgomery if you drafted WR’s in the first 4 rounds. Now, while we love David this year, we still would not feel warm and fuzzy if he was out RB1. So to kick off the first 4 rounds of this fantasy football mock draft we went with Davante Adams, Kenny Golladay, AJ Brown, and Cooper Kupp. This was absolutely heartbreaking as we saw workhorse RB’s coming off the board. The other discovery we made is that there was a ton of WR’s that were WR 1’s after the first 4 rounds. So this is why the Counselor really pushes to go robust RB. Guys like Chark, Hilton, McLaurin, Diggs were there for the taking. Once you draft a bunch of these WR’s you will be solid at that position.
The bottom line here in this mock draft is do not go zero RB. The Running back position is the most scarce of all the skilled positions. By drafting those RB’s early on you don’t have to worry about getting on that is stuck in a committee later on. You are also taking away valuable players off the board and your competition won’t have them. This video was just for fun to show you what NOT to do. Hopefully, you learned a valuable lesson here today. Go robust RB or go home!