There's exactly one bolded item among the bullet-points on your league's home page:
"Managers, make sure to check your league settings before you draft."
The reason it's bolded is because it's the most important piece of draft advice you're going to get. It's much more useful than "Watch those bye weeks!" And with all due respect to the running back fetishists among you, it's better advice than "Draft RB-RB in the first two rounds!"
It's almost like a waiver of responsibility and liability, too. If you're in a league with custom settings, there's a very good chance that the standard Yahoo! player rankings don't apply. We can't be blamed if auto-picking gets you Rudi Johnson instead of Brian Westbrook in a points-per-reception (PPR) league, for example. When the settings change, your draft priorities should change, too.
In approximately one hour and 53 minutes from now, I'll be drafting in a private league that uses a bunch of fairly common customRead More »from Roto Arcade: Read the Manual