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Cleveland Browns quarterback Derek Anderson (3) lies on the field after his pass for a first down fell incomplete late in the fourth quarter against the Green Bay Packers during their NFL football game on Sunday, Oct. 25, 2009, in Cleveland. | AP

Fantasy football drafts are a game of values. You're trying to decide what player fits best with your draft slot, what positional needs you have, and if it's worth it to go quarterback over running back in the first round. For the vast majority of us, we'll look back at the end of the 2013 fantasy NFL season and think, "What went wrong?" Last year, it all went wrong when you drafted Ryan Mathews over Adrian Peterson. Bust. Or, in 2011, because you took Chris Johnson and held off on taking another RB for another three rounds. Bust. Or maybe in 2008, you drafted Tom Brady in the first round. Bust. Reasons for fantasy football failures vary—injuries, bad teams, unseasonable expectations, poor luck, Father Time—these are all valid.

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