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After discussing quarterback and running back strategy, it is pretty clear that drafters are going to emphasize the wide receiver position this year over most other options. Let's find out how much.
How aggressive will you be with your cap on your three starters? For example, will you try to budget $100 to your starters and get three guys in the Top 20? How much of your budget will you spend, in total, on all your wide receivers?
Note: All answers assume the following criteria:
- Start 1 QB, 2 RBs, 3 WRs, 1 TE
- 4-point passing TDs
- Full PPR
- $200 cap
- 12 teams
Ben Cummins: Sticking with the stars and scrubs strategy, I’m aggressive when it comes to landing an elite WR and then comfortable allowing the auction to come to me the rest of the way. In full PPR, I’m ideally looking for a WR to fill my flex spot as well so that typically leads to around 6-7 total wide receivers. In general, I’m looking to pay about $100-$120 for all of them combined.
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