The key to a successful fantasy football draft is being prepared for any situation.
In many leagues you have to be ready for anything that appears.
Thanks to the depth of the position, you do not want to design quarterback in the first few laps wait for the fourth or fifth round before you get a quality option.
You Also do not want to run too fast, although there is a clear top title with Rob Gronkowski, Travis Kelce and Zach Ertz. Nevertheless, none of these men should be taken in Round 1.
This leaves only returns and receivers in the first round as you try to get cornerstones for your roster as fast as possible.
Pseudo First Round
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1. Todd Gurley, RB, Los Angeles Rams
2. Ezekiel Elliott, RB, Dallas Cowboys
3. David Johnson, RB, Arizona Cardinals
4. Antonio Brown, WR, Pittsburgh Steelers
5. Le Veon Bell, RB, Pittsburgh Steelers
6. Alvin Kamara, RB, Saint New Orleans
7. Saquon Barkley, RB, New York Giant
8. DeAndre Hopkins, WR, Houston Texans
9. Julio Jones, WR, Atlanta Falcons
10. Kareem Hunt, RB, Kansas City Chiefs
11. Leonard Fournette, RB, Jacksonville Jaguars
12. Odell Beckham Jr., WR, New York Giants
It's important to win players you trust in the first round. That does not include Le Veon Bell suddenly, contract negotiations lead him to miss the entire preseason again.
Although he returned punctually last season and had a strong year, one does not know what will happen this time
Bell could also be worn out after scoring 406 goals last season. He's good enough to stay high on draft boards, but it's far too risky to win him number 1, as some do.
Meanwhile, young running backs like Alvin Kamara, Kareem Hunt, and Leonard Fournette should only get more touch in 2018 and could be integral parts of their offense. They have the talent to produce big numbers, and as long as they are healthy they should end up in the top 10 in the standings.
At the receiver, Antonio Brown is the clear top option, but DeAndre Hopkins is not far behind thanks to his reconnection with Deshaun Watson
Best Value Selection
Christian McCaffrey, RB, Carolina Panther (Yahoo Sports ADP: 27.4)
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Christian McCaffrey is an all-time leader in league after catching 80 passes from backcourt last season. However, he should be able to score enough points in all leagues to win for much more than a third round.
As a rookie, he had 117 rushing attempts, but missed many of the 198 Carries that were responsible for any reason went to Jonathan Stewart and his 3.4 yards per carry. While McCaffrey was not much better with 3.7, he looked stronger this preseason and is able to put the ball in the middle if needed.
Although the team added CJ Anderson to replace Stewart this off-season, McCaffrey should at least come in touch with 300, making it a highly productive production.
Larry Fitzgerald, WR, Arizona Cardinals (Yahoo Sports ADP: 36.4)
It's always exciting to design an aspiring player as an aging veteran, but Larry Fitzgerald remains a quality (19659004) The receiver finished his season in PPR in fourth in the league, although Blaine Gabbert and Drew Stanton delivered nine starts at quarterback. For all his mistakes, Sam Bradford is upgrading these two and will bring the ball exactly to Fitzgerald.
With Jaron Brown and John Brown also no longer on the Cardinals list, the veteran could see even more goals in 2018. 
Alex Collins, RB, Baltimore Ravens (Yahoo Sports ADP: 48.7)
Although he had trouble finding playtime earlier this season, Alex Collins was in second Halftime a fantasy star of the campaign.
In the last nine games, the former Seahawks, who have run back, totaled 608 yards on 150 vehicles with six touchdowns. He showed that he can be a real all-rounder for a team that loves to play the ball.
While Javorius Allen and Kenneth Dixon can steal Carry, the Ravens Collins starred in the preseason and served him as a retiree as much as possible to keep him ready for the real games. This is a good sign that he could be in for a busy 2018.
Brandin Cooks, WR, Los Angeles Rams (Yahoo Sports ADP: 57.7)
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There's reason to be alert in front of a player who in his third team in three years. However, the Los Angeles Rams like Brandin Cooks enough not only to trade for him, but also to commit him to an $ 80 million expansion with over $ 50 million in guarantees.
Cooks has three consecutive seasons of over 1,000 yards and at least seven touchdowns show his ability as a versatile threat. While Jared Goff is a drop from Tom Brady and Drew Brees, this is still a strong offensive with plenty of production.
While Cooper Kupp has a strong season, Cooks is the superior talent and should do it Achieve many goals, catches and yards this year.
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