There are a few fantasy sports cliches most are familiar with. “You can’t win your fantasy league in the first round, but you can lose it.” Also, “fantasy drafts are won in the middle rounds,” or something to that effect. The former is just a fancier way of saying that you should mitigate risk with your early picks. The latter is what we’re going to discuss in this article.
Every season there are a handful of players who break out. Maybe it’s a former top prospect that finally puts everything together. Maybe it’s a new face in a new place that just needed a change of scenery or an opportunity to play every day.