We have built up a bit of a baseline for this season with our player tiers, rankings, ADP notes, and all offseason content you can find in one place on the site. With that content in place to aid your knowledge in how to play the game of fantasy football, I also know some of you are here to see my copies of the homework assignment of fantasy football in 2020. I want to dive into how I am personally approaching drafts this year at each position. I will also update this throughout the remaining time in the offseason if we get any significant news that impacts draft approaches. 

By now I am assuming if you are reading this, you have already checked out my seasonal rankings and positional tiers. As always, I want to emphasize that I largely use my tiers paired with rankings for drafting purposes over drafting off a linear list. League scoring, roster and starting requirements, draft slot, and each unique draft room impact how an individual team is constructed and that is why tiers will always be more useful than just going down a list for me. These posts will also have minimal actual player analysis here, so make sure you are diving into the player context in those tiers posts as well. With the table set, we are diving into the wide receiver position. 

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