In honor of the Evolytics fantasy football draft last night (Go Sleeper Squad!), our chart of the week breaks down the top 32 ranked fantasy players by which round they were taken in the actual NFL Draft. We used data from the NFL Fantasy Player Rankings to create this week’s chart. If you’re not someone who has even thought about playing daily fantasy football, it’s never too late to start! It’s simple to pick up on and can feel great once you’ve mastered itit. Overall it’s fun, competitive and you can also play for prizes too! Many Sportsbooks like those listed on the preceding link support fantasy football so cash prizes can also an outcome from the big game. If this doesn’t make you want to get in on this, then I don’t know what will. People who play in fantasy football leagues may also dabble in online casino games, where they can access a kiss918 login to get started, there is a lot that can be enjoyed. Fantasy football is a type of thing really does interest some people and if this is something which you would like to learn more about you can check out something like this fantasy football news here. Keep on reading though to see this week’s chart for the top 32 ranked fantasy players.

Here are some interesting takeaways:

  • 17 of the 32 (53%) top rated players were taken in the first round of the NFL Draft, showing that NFL GM’s did a good job overall of projecting talent – in the first round anyway.
  • On the flip side, Arian Foster (ranked 2nd) and Victor Cruz (ranked 32nd), went undrafted!
  • The top nine ranked fantasy players and 17 of the top 32 play at running back.
  • There are representatives in the top 32 ranked fantasy players from every round with the exception of the fifth and seventh rounds.

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2013 Fantasy Football Ranking vs NFL Draft Position

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