Okay whatever you do, dont go into draft day with an agenda of specific players you think you "must" have on your team to win. That locked-in tunnel vision mentality will have you overlooking a better value that may fall into your lap that you never expected, but you wont even notice it because you landed your precious Tom Brady or whatever. You dont even really need a top 5 QB to win your league. Focus on balance and be flexible enough to take your time given your pick to get the best available player regardless of your pre-draft strategy.
If during your draft you see a run early on certain positions like RB and QB, remember that second round is going to have a ton more valuable WRs than it normally should have, so take advantage of this by grabbing one if you had him rated higher(remember we talked about tip sheets in earlier blog) than the premier position players who are left.
Finally, dont underestimate strength of schedule these players are up against OR dont ignore who has the early bye weeks. If there is a big dropoff between your starter and backup and they have a bye in week 4 lets say, maybe you should factor that in when drafting a guy. In the league I play in which is salary cap, you have to replace a guy on a bye week or take a zero for that spot which is insurmountable if you plan on winning your league. So, give slightly more value to the guys who have their bye weeks deep into the season.