MFL10 Strategy: My Guys August 8, 2016  |  Doug Shain

Over the last month I’ve put out a series of MFL10 strategy articles. I’m sure you’ve read them all but if you haven’t, feel free to go to the MFL10 link at and give them a look. Now that we’ve seen how I like to draft, I think it’s important to take a look at who I’ve drafted and where I’ve drafted them. With only about 3 weeks to go in MFL10 season, it’ll be interesting to see how this list changes (and I’ll write another article about that in early September).

I’ll spare you the blah, blah this article and get right to the meat of the discussion. You’re going to see two charts: Players I’ve drafted most and Players I’d like to draft more of. Each chart will tell you why I like those players. Enjoy!


Players I’ve Drafted Most

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Players I’d Like To Draft More Of

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We can keep the conversation going over on Twitter (@bankster17). What players have you been drafting a lot of? Why do you like them?  Who would you like more? Shoot me a comment or hit me up on Twitter to let me know. Keep an eye out for more content from me as we get closer to the Fantasy Football Season and keep coming back to read all the great articles put out by the hard-working staff at The Fake Football.


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