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How do fantasy football waivers work?
By: Laura Lovell
When you sit back in your chair after your draft and go over your draft picks in your mind, your certainly not thinking that you will need to be hitting the waiver wire anytime soon with the line-up you've got. Fast forward to week 3...
By: Ryan Gray
In the simplest of terms, a fantasy football mock draft is like a practice test. After studying the material, students get a chance to check and see how prepared they really are for real thing. Various Internet sites have mock drafts available in the days...
Fantasy Football: The dangers of receiving "expert" advice
By: Matt Woodside
In fantasy football one thing is for certain. Everybody you talk to is an expert! Just ask them and they will tell you. Various web sites and sports columns promise sleepers, busts, and sure things. The true question is just what makes one an expert...
Types of fantasy football leagues
By: Benjamin Lomax
There are a relatively high number of different kinds of fantasy football leagues. Everyone has that die-hard fantasy football fan they know; either always talking about their league around the coffee machine at work or when your family gets together on the holidays. Some are...
The impact of rookies on fantasy football
By: GTD
The impact of a rookie on your fantasy football team can be the difference of you winning your league’s championship or not even qualifying for the playoffs. Rookies can provide that wide range of results because their potential NFL performances are really unknown until...
Tips on choosing a starting fantasy football quarterback
By: Benjamin Lomax
Just like a real football team, choosing the right starting fantasy football quarterback can make the difference between winning and losing every week. While the importance of the quarterback in the NFL is unquestioned, oftentimes the importance of running backs or wide receivers as number...
Tips to successfully manage a fantasy football team
By: Benjamin Lomax
The basic philosophy of f successfully managing a fantasy football team weighs nearly entirely on the draft, and this is certainly the best time to make a difference and create a winning team. But once you have had a successful draft, what next? Do you...
By: Benjamin Lomax
Mock drafts in fantasy football are quite simply rehearsals to maximize your success in the real event. Every fantasy football fan knows that the key to success is to have a good draft. Is it just dumb luck, extensive statistical research, or are there actual...
What is tier strategy in a fantasy football draft?
By: Benjamin Lomax
Every fantasy football fan knows that the key to success is to have a good draft. Is it just dumb luck, extensive statistical research, or are there actual strategies to maximize your results? Because of the relatively high importance of running backs, some owners subscribe...
By: Todd Pheifer
"Hot" prospects The highly-touted rookie can be a tempting player to draft in fantasy football. After all, they are young, fresh, and have the potential to be the "next big thing." However, fantasy owners also have to approach the rookie with a certain amount...

 

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