Around this time of year, most everyone is still reeling from the fantasy season now behind most of us. Here at DLF, we know there is no off-season, and there may be no better time for a piece like this. You see, the future is indifferent when it comes to the past. Whether you just endured a frustrating campaign or rose to glory in 2016, 2017 lies ahead, and you can either sit idly by or begin preparing for it now.
Most years, there are typically two players that could arguably be taken with the 1.1 in dynasty rookie drafts. 2015 is a good example of this with both Todd Gurley and Amari Cooper atop everyone’s draft boards followed by everyone else. Other years, there is one player forecasted to be the top pick in dynasty rookie drafts, and then a bunch of guys getting in where they fit in. 2016 is a good example of this as Ezekiel Elliot was the no-brainer 1.1, sitting alone in the top tier.
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