More than Fantasy – It’s Fantasy Football

More than Fantasy – It’s Fantasy Football

According to http://www.SlackWare.org, there are tons of football channels out there, but do you want to know what people love more than real football? Fantasy football!

You might even be a part of that seen. You’re obsessed with fantasy football, just like all of your buddies. By July of every year, you’re already planning out your draft strategy. When most people are happily enjoying their summer days at the beach or pool, you’re trying to decide whether to draft a running back or wide receiver in the first round. Plus, you have to plan the draft party, complete with cold beer, hot wings, and plenty of laptops and cheat sheets.

Maybe you’re concerned you have a fantasy football problem, but don’t be. Sure, you compulsively online every day to see if the draft rankings have been updated, but that doesn’t mean you need to change. No, it’s not you that needs to change. It’s everyone else who doesn’t share in your perfectly normal and addicting hobby that needs to change. When you tell your girlfriend that you’ll be busy every fall Sunday watching game after game, she’ll have to understand that fantasy football comes first and everything else is tied for second.

So embrace your obsession and enjoy every minute you spend plowing through statistics and depth charts looking for that draft day sleeper. Fantasy football only comes around once a year. And you only get nine months of off-season to plan for it.

Is Defense Something You Should Draft Early

Is Defense Something You Should Draft Early

In fantasy football, defenses are wild cards that can completely change the outcome of a game for better or worse. However, you should never consider drafting one early in your fantasy football draft.

The main reason for this is that most leagues simply don’t offer enough points for defensive plays to merit drafting one around the same time that high level quarterbacks and running backs are coming off of your draft board. Sure, you may end up with some extra points from a defensive touchdown every now and then, but those are the exception and not

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Stocking One Position Over The Others

Stocking One Position Over The Others

If you play fantasy football, you might be tempted to try to monopolize one position on your team. That’s only a good idea if you play in a league where special emphasis is given to those positions. For example, you might play in a league that rewards wide receivers with extra points for more receptions, receiving yards, or both. In that case you may want to stock up on the best wide receivers you can. In any other circumstance, however, you should draft the best player available that fills a need for your team on draft

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Players Rankings Do They Mean A Lot

Players Rankings Do They Mean A Lot

In the weeks leading up to fantasy football drafts, players around the country scramble to read up on and print out as many cheat sheets and player rankings as possible. The dominating logic is that you need to have these rankings nearly memorized in order to have a successful draft.

But, year after year, the final rankings at the end of the season look nothing like what they do prior to Week 1. This begs the questions: Do pre-draft player rankings

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Things To Remember When Making A Trade

Things To Remember When Making A Trade

Whenever you are making a fantasy football trade, it is important to consider the games that are coming up. Sometimes, when a star on your fantasy team suffers an injury, people end up just going for the next best known player that they think will do well. However, it is important to analyze that person’s up to date performance in the season and how they have been doing in recent games. After all, form is more important than reputation when it comes to fantasy football. You only get points when Tom

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Why You Must Read Beyond The Stats In This Game

Why You Must Read Beyond The Stats In This Game

Simply stat watching as research for fantasy football is an incomplete method to assess and predict the performance of individual players. Knowing the nuances of the game and accurately determining the expected outcomes takes a certain feel for the game of football. This feel is not easily acquired; it must be honed over time.

When playing fantasy football, being mindful of all injuries will play a major role in your success. Many just check their own team to

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Draft Strategy Tips You Must Follow

Draft Strategy Tips You Must Follow

Well, fantasy football season is here again and there are some draft strategy tips you must follow. Your draft strategy will vary some depending on the type of league you are in. First, are you in a keeper league or one that starts over every year with fresh rosters. How is your scoring system set up, for example do the players get to use the return yards that the accumulate.

The NFL has switched from a run oriented league to a pass happy

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Your Best End of Season Party

Your Best End of Season Party

Fantasy Football is in full swing and before you know it the end of the season will be upon us. If you’re the league host this year you should consider throwing a huge end-of-season bash and we’ve got all the tips you need to make sure it’s a great one!
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What League In Fantasy Football Is Best For You

What League In Fantasy Football Is Best For You

NFL football is the most popular sport in America, and fantasy football has become one of the most popular pastimes. At the end of the summer millions of Americans gather for their fantasy football drafts; those in the know end up with great fantasy teams, while those that don’t follow the ‘rules’ are out of the running for the fanatasy Superbowl by week 4. The following is a list of rules that should never be broken when it comes to fantasy football.

1.) Always do your homework. Do tons of research before your

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Top 5 Rules never To Break In Fantasy Football

Top 5 Rules never To Break In Fantasy Football

NFL football is the most popular sport in America, and fantasy football has become one of the most popular pastimes. At the end of the summer millions of Americans gather for their fantasy football drafts; those in the know end up with great fantasy teams, while those that don’t follow the ‘rules’ are out of the running for the fanatasy Superbowl by week 4. The following is a list of rules that should never be broken when it comes to fantasy football.

1.) Always do your homework. Do tons of research before your fantasy

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