Fantasy football drafts don't make or break your season.
The best drafts can get demolished by injuries or poor in-season management, and good roster moves can help undo a crummy draft. But it's never a bad thing to have a strong team after the draft, and it should never be your goal to DGAF your way through a draft with the intent to make up for it with waiver-wire pickups and trades.
One way to nail your draft -- or to not flub it up completely -- is to know your particular site's default rankings well. Whether it's ESPN, Yahoo, or NFL.com, there are mostly minimal differences in player ranks -- when you compare them to what you find in a CBS lobby.
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