DRAFT offers weekly snake draft contests with 5-man rosters (1 QB, 2 RB, 2 WR/TE) with 0.5-point PPR scoring (the same as FanDuel). There is no salary cap on DRAFT which makes it unique to how you play compared to the other daily fantasy sites. Teams are built through live snake drafts that have 30-second timer per pick. The most common contest sizes are Head-to-Head, 3-Team, 6-Team, and 10-Team.
We will explore both the rankings and draft strategies for each of these four DRAFT sizes. To understand why players are ranked where they are, be sure to check out the overall rankings where I will have in-depth breakdowns of some of the top options and some personal favorites down the list. When developing these rankings we will be excluding the Thursday Night, Sunday Night, and Monday Night games and only focus on the main slate on DRAFT, which is the Sunday games.
WEEK 11 - QUICK NEWS AND NOTES
It is Week 11 and that means we have Green Bay, NY Giants, Seattle, and Tennessee all on bye weeks. Now with the bye weeks our player pool is left with 11 games to choose from on the main slate. DRAFT has excluded the Pittsburgh vs Cleveland, Chicago vs LA Rams, and Kansas City vs LA Chargers games because they are not on the main Sunday slate. That still leaves us 11 games and 22 teams worth of players to choose from this week. This will be a good week to try all the different sized formats on DRAFT and to play in the four different tournament options that they have available.
- Third and Short - 8-man $3 (8 max)
- Hype Train - 7-man $5 (7 max)
- First and Ten- 4-man $10 (4 max)
- Five Wide - 4-man $55 (4 max)
The popular high scoring game to target this week is going to be New Orleans vs Tampa Bay (51.5 O/U), Atlanta vs Carolina (50.5), and Houston vs Baltimore (50.0). Whenever you are in a position to choose between two players you feel have similar upside you might just want to choose the one that is from the highest total on the week as they all seem to ones that will have some high scores and lots of fantasy points from all the star players involved.
The running back and wide receiver depth this week is strong so you might not see as much edge in the smaller sized leagues such as H2H, 3-man, or 4-man. Anything above a 4-man I feel like you can use your rankings and draft skills to give you a nice edge over your competition in Week 10. Even in H2H, 3-man, and 4-man, you will always have others that will just side with DRAFT's projections and you can use that to your advantage.
Injuries are more in play now with players getting banged up after ten weeks of action. You will want to be monitoring news leading up to kickoff and be ready for any last-minute swaps if necessary.