Remember just because you or your husband like a team doesn’t mean that you are suppose to draft every player from that team. The key is to draft the strongest players that will score you the most points. Check the statistics when you’re online doing research. Most websites provide you with a players' point information from the week prior or even the total points they scored last year. Watch the preseason football games and see how the players are performing. Pay attention to the wide receivers that you draft and if you can draft a strong wide receiver and a strong quaterback connection (ie. Eli Manning & Victor Cruz) you'll do great.
However, if you have a chance at Aaron Rogers…pick him up because he has scored the most fantasy football points for three years straight.
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