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3rd year WR Rule There is a common belief among fantasy football players that most NFL wide receivers do not "break out" until their third year in the league. Some recent examples of players who blossomed in their 3rd year: Santana Moss,...

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So you’re sitting pretty with the 9th pick in your draft and you want to nab an elite quarterback.  The clear, and ridiculously enticing options this year are Aaron Rodgers and Michael Vick. But look at ten different draft boards and you’r...

As the world’s best Brickbreaker player, I can tell you that being number one at something is generally awesome.  Usually this also holds true for nabbing the number one spot in your fantasy football draft as well.  (Especially after all the two-a-day...

Forget IDP, PPR, and keepers.  The hottest thing in fantasy these days are auction leagues. Since I’m behind the times and have never partaken in auctions (beyond eBay), I enlisted the help of a man of an auction league expert, Paul Charchian.  Cha...

As I mentioned earlier this week in a , your fantasy team name is of utmost importance.    For newbies to fantasy, this is especially critical for instant credibility and even a bit of an intimidation factor.  My 60-year mother is debuting Hard Knocke...

By this time next week most fantasy owners will either be wallowing in their sorrows of narrow defeat or enjoying the bragging rights (and hopefully, lots of cash) that come with a fantasy championship. Before the two sides diverge, though,  there seems ...

Have you ever seen shots of the mega intersection in Shibuya, Japan, the famous one which features eight ways to cross the street and eight million people crossing it? Fantasy football is kind of like that intersection, crowded with people briskly navigat...