The time has come yet again for analysts, fans, and celebrities to come together and compete in THE premiere pro-am fantasy charity tournament, the Scott Fish Bowl. Founded in 2010 by devy-inventor Scott Fish, the Scott Fish Bowl is a place for community, philanthropy, and adapting to a very unique rule-set. This format pushes quarterbacks and pass-catchers (most specifically, elite tight ends) into a higher tier of value. Because of this, it’s vital to secure at least one top-10 quarterback and either a dominant tight end, or a pass-catching workhorse back.
Receivers are the most valuable in the early-middle to middle rounds because of the positional advantage that you can gain by prioritizing other positions in the first few rounds. Target hogs that are itching to explode like CeeDee Lamb and D.J. Moore are ripe for the taking in the early-middle rounds. The drop off in value is much steeper at quarterback, running back, and tight end in this range. Overall, the objective of this draft was to capitalize on value discounts while putting together a diverse build catered to the unique scoring format.