Auction leagues are fantasy football at its finest. For those true fantasy fans who want a more in-depth fantasy football experience, The Huddle has you covered. From cheat sheets and updated 2011 average auction values, to a road map designed to help you start your own auction league, at The Huddle we have all the information you need to start, run and maintain a fun fantasy football auction. To gain access to all of The Huddle's fantasy football information, tips, cheat sheets and much more, sign up to be a member of The Huddle today.
Cheat sheet using our standard auction values based on a 10-team fantasy league.
TOP 5 TIGHT ENDS: 1) Vernon Davis 2) Antonio Gates, 3) Dallas Clark, 4) Brent Celek, 5) Tony Gonzalez Printable version available.
Cheat sheet using our standard auction values based on a 12-team fantasy league.
TOP 5 RUNNING BACKS: 1) Adrian Peterson, 2) Chris Johnson, 3) Maurice Jones-Drew, 4) Frank Gore, 5) Ray Rice Printable version available.
Like Average Draft Position (ADP), Average Auction Values (AAV) allows you to enter your fantasy auction with the knowledge of how much on average a player is costing. These values are displayed in order overall and by position.
Interested in starting an auction league or converting your existing draft league to an auction? This article will give you some advice on doing just that.
Customized cheat sheets from The Huddle help you prepare for the unique situations within auction leagues. From avoiding over-valued veterans past their prime to acquiring break out rookies at bargain values, making the right moves involves advice you can trust. Along with our fantasy football cheat sheets, our auction league draft kits include draft day tips and how-to's on starting your own auction league for 2011.