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How do you usually play it, with your first pick in the draft? Do you go for your favorite guy, the 'best' available, or do you go for a position, depending on how deep you think that position is?
For instance, if there are only 3 quarterbacks that you really want on your team all year (say Brees, Rodgers and Brady for example) and you know they usually go quick in your draft, do you use your first pick to grab one, or take that as an opportunity to stack yourself at RB or WR instead? Thereby settling for a QB not quite as good?
I have been basically making a list of all the elite players I would feel good about drafting in the top 10, and then picking the one I am surprised about the most that fall to me. Like 2 years ago, I got Antonio Brown with the #8 pick. I was aiming for a RB, but had to take him, and readjust.
Last year, LeVeon Bell fell to me in the mid 2nd round. Did that as well, even though I was eyeing a QB in Brady. Though my #1 pick (*cough DeAndre Hopkins cough*) sunk my luck and made me look silly, so ya know, can't always be right...
Anyways, what's your strategy? Do you target a position and take the best one of those available, or do you just take whoever, and decide in the moment?