Then you should embrace auction
drafts. Doing so will allow the best players to win your league and
whatever may be associated with doing so.
(This is a great reason to have your draft at a sports bar. My main league used Buffalo Wild Wings for 5 or 6 years, although sometimes it gets a little noisy for a live auction. In a snake draft, even an fantasy manager under the influence is going to get their tops picks right and still be able to pick decent players. In an auction draft, even a slightly intoxicated competitor can get totally carried away in the bidding process, allowing you better opportunities elsewhere. That is why I advocate waiting to indulge until after the auction draft is completed, and then you can celebrate your winning team to your heart’s content.)
Anyway, you never know how an auction draft will go. If the same competitors had two auction drafts back-to-back, the results would end up totally different. A certain position may sell higher than typical, which means other positions have to sell cheaper. You have to be ready and willing to change strategies on the fly at an auction, which can either be nerve-racking if you are unprepared, or exhilarating if you are ready.