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Don’t Reach For These Players in 2016 The internet can be a double-edged sword when it comes to fantasy football research. Not only are various fantasy football websites an open forum for player statistics to be stretched and inverted in various directions to convince you to draft (or not draft) certain players, but it hinders […]Keep On Reading
Is the Zero RB Strategy The Answer To Fantasy Football Success? “Drafting a running back with your first round fantasy football pick is crucial for a successful season.” How many seasons have you utilized this fantasy football strategy? For years now, fantasy football analysts have voiced their expertise on drafting a running back in the […]Keep On Reading
–AP Photo/Denis Poroy Nothing is more exciting then heading into a new fantasy football season knowing that you’ve drafted a WR that puts up pretty size-able numbers. Until they completely collapse. Whether it’s injuries, new offensive coordinators, or just plain bad play, your season can literally go from energetic to Def-con 5 without consistent play […]Keep On Reading
Be prepared for fantasy football draft day traps You’ve spent the off-season compiling information, forming a strategy, and getting your cheat sheets just right. In theory, you’re ready. Yet somehow once draft night finally gets here you turn into a deer in headlights in the face of a clock winding down right before your very […]Keep On Reading
Why let all that talent go to waste? Fantasy football players and analysts alike could argue all day about what the best draft strategy is for each season. You hear it all the time, “This is the year to grab your RB’s early.” While the RB position is definitely the most scarce, I would argue […]Keep On Reading
Is the “Bell Cow” worth your golden ticket? Le’veon Bell was an absolute beast in 2014. We’ll spare you the stats. Anyone who drafted Bell in 2014 more than likely made the fantasy football playoffs and/or won their league. He was that good. A playoff knee injury forced Bell out for the rest of the […]Keep On Reading