Some items are included in the package. For example, when ordering steak, people who don't like vegetables often have a choice of vegetables. When you buy a variety pack of virtually anything, he always includes one nasty option that no one likes. In movies, you can't miss a trailer if you go on time. Also, when drafting a fantasy team, most leagues want to fill the defensive/special teams spot and place the kicker.
Well, the good news is that many professional leagues (mainly private leagues, I think) have done away with kickers. Madman's personal his office league as well.
This is the first recommendation for a draft strategy involving DST and kicker. Don't draft kickers. Kick me out of the roster completely. Call the Commissioner if you haven't already. If that doesn't work, call your representative in Congress. If that doesn't work, we'll have a league-wide protest.
If, despite all your efforts, you can't see their power, and kickers remain in the league, draft them in the last pick. Even if you're almost certain the deepest sleeper is out there in the final round, don't take the risk. Get them before spending draft capital on kickers.
And when choosing a kicker from the last remaining in your draft, someone who knows you have a job, ideally someone who plays indoors, and ideally scores points
Don't panic if you don't find anything that fits this criteria. Bad offenses have trouble scoring touchdowns, which can lead to more field goal opportunities, so teams draft teams that don't have productive goal-line running backs.
Don't overthink it. Ultimately, with very rare exceptions, when his bye week rolls around, you'll need to plan on dropping whatever kicker you get. is required. You need to know your league's scoring system. Because if weekly points allowed is a factor (which it should be), we don't need points from teams involved in shootouts every other week (which we're looking for). To you, AFC West guys).
A really good offense with a pretty good defense is Sweet his spot. So we would love to get the bill, but it could be taken long before we consider DST. So as you get used to it, pick up from the best of the rest.
That time is usually after he has at least four running he backs, four wide receivers, quarterbacks and tight his ends. And that point is when we're open to ideas rather than a fixed place where we actually plan his DST.
If there are still great picks left, I often prefer them before DST. He regularly looks for the second option before DST if he plans to platoon in QB or TE. If from the end he gets to the second round and he still doesn't have one (which happens a lot), that's the point of tracking his DST specifically.
If you wait this late, you usually won't find a seasonal option you like, but that's okay. We're used to weekly streaming, so we'll target teams with strong matches from week one onwards.
We prefer to play at home, but week 1 will not cooperate with this idea. So our favorite "openers" DST include the Ravens, Saints, Broncos, and Eagles, though those options may be gone by then. You can store it for a week without any problem. If all else fails, settle for the Browns or the Panthers.