Curtis Patrick combines his personal exposures and sleepers with Shawn Siegele’s Draft Plan and Zero RB Candidates List to create the ultimate Fantasy Football Draft Playbook.
The final week of drafts is here, and it’s going to be awesome.
The team continues to crush content on every platform, honing and refining targets and exposures as ADP continues to evolve, from the biggest contests in fantasy to home league drafts everywhere. There’s so much to read to enhance your knowledge and understanding of structure, player targets, and the why behind our fantasy football approach.
Some of you are totally up to speed and already have fantasy draft muscle memory in place. However, I know there are others who haven’t been drafting for the past few months and are frantically trying to put together a plan.
That’s where my 2022 Fantasy Football Draft Playbook comes in. Think of this as your laminated, sideline coach’s play sheet for the draft. Sure, you’ll be the offensive coordinator calling the shots in your draft. But with this tool, you’ll be using a play sheet that went across your head coach’s desk for prior approval.
- I pieced this together using Shawn Siegele’s incredible Zero RB Candidates and his 2022 Draft Plan.
- I added some layers for you including my own player exposures from over 400 fantasy drafts and a few favorite late-round sleepers.
- I drafted a 5-Round Foundation, which focuses only on the players who should be on your draft board when you’re building your core.
- I also removed the trap players from the foundational rounds of the draft so you can avoid distraction and internal conflict when a player who really isn’t a great pick unless he slides more than a round past ADP is sitting at the top of your draft app window.
Before you check out my playbook, be sure to check out our second-to-none tools, in case you want to build your own.