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Fantasy Crossroads: The Biggest Draft-Day Conundrums of 2023

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The majority of fantasy football advice looks at the macro: Is a player a good investment, a mediocre investment, a bad investment? Does a running back belong in the early rounds, the late rounds, or not at all? It’s obviously the most important part of this whole thing, figuring out who fits in what general groups.

But on draft day, you need the micro.

 

Sure, there might not be significant differences between the No. 4 running back and the No. 5, or the Nos. 1 and 2 wide receivers, but there are differences, and when you’re sitting there at your draft deciding between X and Y, sometimes you need a little help.

All summer long, FTN’s Adam Pfeifer is going to work to decide on some of the biggest conundrums of fantasy football draft day, putting two players under the microscope to decide who fantasy managers should target in the draft. You’re standing at the crossroads, and you have to decide: This guy or that guy? This should help.

Fantasy Crossroads: The Draft Day Conundrums of 2023

Bookmark this page, and we’ll add each new Fantasy Crossroads as it comes up all offseason long.

May 15: Derrick Henry or Tony Pollard?

May 22: Amon-Ra St. Brown or Garrett Wilson?

May 29: Bijan Robinson or Jonathan Taylor?

June 5: Lamar Jackson or Joe Burrow?

June 12: DeVonta Smith or Chris Olave?

June 19: T.J. Hockenson or George Kittle?

June 26: Dameon Pierce or J.K. Dobbins?

July 3: Keenan Allen or Deebo Samuel?

July 10: Tua Tagovailoa or Dak Prescott?

July 17: Darren Waller or Dallas Goedert?

July 24: Travis Etienne or Najee Harris?

July 31: DeAndre Hopkins or Calvin Ridley?

August 7: Patrick Mahomes, Jalen Hurts or Josh Allen?

August 14: David Njoku or Evan Engram?

August 21: James Cook or Dalvin Cook?

August 28: Cooper Kupp or Tyreek Hill?

 
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