Obviously you can’t have the No. 1 player at every position. Many players are going WR-heavy early on in their drafts, with the expectation that they will use the waiver wire to pick up running backs throughout the season. Picking a late quarterback and streaming all year is another popular strategy. Personally, I like to pair my quarterbacks and then play the matchups on a week-to-week basis. I play with a lot of streaming believers and I have no interest in racing everyone to get the best projected quarterback of the week. Instead, I use my waivers to build my running back and wide receiver depth. I also don’t like using waivers for tight ends, so I usually go for a top-five option and draft a backup with upside. I don’t want to deal with than position at all. You will have your own sets of needs, but draft with your waiver wire strategy in mind. Looking towards the end goal will give you a focus and will be your first step towards winning a championship.
Jared Goff is coming off the game of his career and has 10 days to prepare to a road trip to face a Cowboys secondary that was most recently shredded by Trevor Siemian (22 of 32, 213 yards, four touchdowns, one interception). This is, of course, not counting Monday Night Football as I publish this column on Sunday nights, but the fact remains Goff is starting to cook in Sean McVay's offense, and with extra time to prepare should be able to produce against the Cowboys for those in need of a quarterback streamer. (Percent owned: , FAAB suggestion: 1-5 percent)