Shawn Siegele offers four hyperfragile draft plans for the risk-seeking, $500k-loving drafter.
We spend a lot of time explaining why Zero RB works, debunking the narrative that WR is deep in a way that lets you avoid it early, and building a variety of draft plans to take advantage of the dominance.
But we’re also here for our non-Zero RB subscribers.
Recently, I used the RV tools to demonstrate why a Zero RB build was so crucial for rescuing a bad draft slot, but we also went over the research behind RB-RB starts. Why are they limited, how do you rescue them, and what turns an RB-RB start into a juggernaut.
Today I’m going to take that a step further and explain how to use a hyperfragile draft plan to pull in some of the advantages of Zero RB while creating exposure to the RBs many of us love. Back in 2016, Mike Beers explained why a hyperfragile approach works in best ball. Can we modify it to serve the needs of redraft and combine the best of the hyper- and antifragile worlds?
These ultra-aggressive draft plans also work as a guide to find some of our most important player research and act as a look inside my draft board.