The best draft spots are always first and last (in which case you get to pick two in a row, helps early)
Go running back first round.
Wait till the third round to get a qb unless they are going quick than get one second. You want at least 1 top 5 qb to roll on.
Don't draft a tight end, kicker, or team d until later in the draft. (at least until two d's are taken than you want a good one, but a few like Philly are really good and easy to get)
Use magazines and sites to help you with the top rankings.
Make sure all trades are good before you make them.
Try not to draft till, right before football season. (injuries, may occer)
Don't tell the people who you want, they may not have noticed them.
Don't give up your tips such as who's going to ben good.
Try to look at pre draft anylazists to see who to draft.
(Their is usually a good wide receiver (exp. Mushin Muhammid) hanging around late in the draft.
After the draft loook at weaknessess to see who to pick up and drop.
Don't be afraid to propose trades as long as they will help your weaknessess.
Afterwards look at the draft rounds and see who went where and who you could have gotten, (May bring down confidence though)