The best auction strategy going into the 2010 fantasy football season might be to blow your wad on 2 of the top 5 Running Backs rather then gamble on spotty production from lesser backs. This comment applies only to Running backs. The QB and TE fields seem very deep which might make it easier to overpay for RB talent since you can get a good cheap QB and TE. WRs seem to be the same mixed bag as most seasons, they are notoriously hard to pin down who is going เข้าสู่ระบบเว็บตรง ufabet to be huge and who is going to bust.
There will be second tier and third tier running backs who have big years I just think it is harder to predict who that’s going to be this year. Chris Johnson, Adrian Peterson, Maurice Jones Drew, Ray Rice and Michael Turner seem to be far and away the most likely candidates for huge seasons. I think they should command a premium price in 2010 fantasy football auctions.
The remaining running backs all seem to have some very big question marks surrounding them. The next 5 typically mentioned are Frank Gore (injury prone and a suspect offense), Steven Jackson (terrible offense and bad 2009 production), Cedric Benson (maybe the most upside of the 5 but it is still Cedric Benson), Ryan Grant (decent production but it is a pass first offense) and finally Jamaal Charles (terrible offense and still a bit of an unproven talent with a likely time share I expect him to get downgraded next update.)
Just look at those first 5 vs the second 5. I will pay a premium for top RB talent this season.