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How to get started in Madden draft

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The New York Jets or the Detroit Lions can both instantly advance to the postseason in Madden 23 by participating in a fantasy draft. As there are more than 50 rounds available for you to play, the function enables you to entirely change the lineup for your squad. The selection, however, is hidden behind several menu levels. Here’s how to start a fantasy draft in Madden 23 and what this feature includes.

Where to discover the Madden 23 fantasy draft option

Franchise will bring you to a Customize menu where you may change roles, settings, and your starting place after selecting your new team to play with. As illustrated below, select “Starting Point,” and then select “Preseason,” where you will find the Fantasy Draft option. Because there will be 54 rounds in this draft, the draft order will be reversed after each round. In other words, if you pick first in round one, you will pick last in round two, and so on.

It typically takes about 30 minutes to select every member for your squad, but you can simulate the remaining rounds at any time during the selection. Once their club is created, some users may realize that they are far above their pay cap. This is mostly because they selected numerous top players who have enormous contracts. You might lose these stars as soon as one simulation year from now because of this, and you won’t be able to sign free agents. This can be easily avoided by turning off the salary cap option in the League Settings menu before the draft starts.

A fantasy draft can also employ custom rosters, but they must first be loaded in before starting a new Franchise file. You can then select “Use Active Roster” in Franchise to view your whole customizable player pool during the draft when it has been completed.