Pat Fitzmaurice’s Fantasy Football Rankings, Advice & Cheat Sheet (2022 Fantasy Football)
In a league that requires you to start three WRs every week, you should hammer the WR position early. Your goal should be to overwhelm your competitors at WR — ideally, your WR4 will be better than everyone else’s WR3 and maybe even some people’s WR2.
Injury rates are high at RB, and we see lightly regarded RBs fall into high-leverage roles every season. It’s much rarer for a lightly regarded wide receiver to become a breakout star. You’re better off sinking more draft capital into a position with low volatility than one with high volatility.
It’s OK to spend up at either QB or TE, but not at both positions. The RB and WR positions are critical, and if you pay for luxury brands at both QB and TE, you’re bound to be weak at either RB or WR.
Pat Fitzmaurice’s 2022 Fantasy Football Cheat Sheet
Rookies to Target: Breece Hall, Jahan Dotson, David Bell, Zamir White
D/STs to Target: Kansas City Chiefs, Green Bay Packers
D/STs to Avoid: Pittsburgh Steelers, Minnesota Vikings
5-Word Draft Tip: Load up on wide receivers.
Pat Fitzmaurice’s 2022 Redraft Fantasy Football Rankings
ADP – Average Draft Position
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