Putting 2019 in Context: So How Should We Approach 2020 Best Ball Drafts?
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In the first three parts of this series, we looked at running backs and wide receivers drafted in the “RB Dead Zone” — Rounds 3 through 6 — and those drafted in the double-digit rounds. Today, we’ll combine everything we’ve learned (with some help from the Fanball Roster Construction Explorer) to talk about one of the most potent strategies in fantasy football.

A Quick Refresher

On the off chance that you have not been fervently waiting for each subsequent part of this series to be posted, here’s a quick summary of the first three parts:

I recommend you go back and read each of the previous articles if you haven’t already, but I’m probably also a little bit biased.

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