A few years ago, I played a handful of Draft Champions leagues through the NFFC using Zero RB. I came out slightly ahead and felt like Zero RB would certainly work in the draft-only format. But I also came out thinking that the opposite approach would work better. As a result of that experience and some other research on the topic, I proposed Zero WR as the preferred approach to My Fantasy League MFL10s last summer. Although my specific team performed poorly – after the auspicious Jamaal Charles-Marshawn Lynch start, my draft was a disaster – this strategy was bolstered by a Monte Carlo simulation from A.J. Bessette and Greg Meade. It was further confirmed by Fantasy Douche’s recent look at the roster compositions that had the most success last year. It also tends to be the approach favored by MFL10 expert Kevin Cole.
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