You’ve done it! Your draft was a huge success. Pop the cork, your job is done.
There is a certain temptation to do just that. It’s human nature to want to sit back and admire your own work. It’s also human nature to be attached to it. Often we come away from drafts unwilling to make changes to our starting lineups or rosters until it’s too late.
By all means, there is nothing wrong about taking pride in how well you feel you drafted. Gloat to your significant other, post your roster on Twitter, even do a little trash talking. Simply make it a fleeting feeling. There is much work to do yet.
Let’s take a look at a fictional team. For argument’s sake, let’s pretend this is a 12-team, PPR league with a flex starter.
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