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Round 2 of your fantasy football draft explained. The Counselor gives you the players to draft in this round and who to avoid.
This is a small sample of the 16 Rounds Draft Solution. You don’t want to end up drafting busts in any rounds and the Counselor makes sure you avoid that. Last year if you remember, Drake, Ekeler, Lamar, and Godwin were all 2nd round fantasy football busts. In this video, the Counselor gives you some solid options to consider in the 2nd round. Breaking down the potential wins and pitfalls on the players being draft in this round. Be sure not to overpay for certain players like what happens every single year.
For example, a TE is too early to be draft in rounds one and two and yet Kelce continues to come off very early. robust RB is the way to go early as the top workhorses are coming off very early in the first and second round.
This video clears up a lot of your thought process for the 2nd round. There are many good options here and it may be tempting to go WR and you can. Ridley, DK, Hopkins, and Diggs are all great here. Running back options include CEH, Gibson, Najee, and Robinson. It is up to you to make the right decision and listen to your gut. I think Mixon, Ekeler, and Jefferson are Rd 2 Rip offs. Jefferson was a great value last year in round 8 and you should not be paying a 2nd round pick when you can get his counterpart Adam in Round 5. You have to look at the value and the upside of players in each round. Stay away from the busts and the guys that have had years to wow you and you are not wowed.