Fantasy

How to Have a Successful Draft ***Please note that many references are to the 2008 draft.  While the strategy will not change, references will and I will update accordingly. #1)  Make sure you have a CURRENT draft board.  Almost everyone u...

PPR (Points Per Reception) League Please note this is just an example for those new to fantasy.  Even within a PPR league there can be immense variables such as whether a QB touchdown is worth (4) or (6) points, or how the defense is scored. ...

One of the most desirable aspects of fantasy football is that no uniform rules exist.  Most leagues have their own idiosyncrasies and range from incredibly basic to having no shot at knowing where you stand on a Sunday without the use of a trusty calcula...

Preparing for a fantasy draft is complicated enough with ADPs, understanding your league’s makeup (i.e. PPR vs. Defense), and a million experts advising you to follow a trillion different variations of the same draft board.  Luckily you are all past th...

What follows are preseason draft rankings that will be updated frequently in the weeks leading up to the opening game of the NFL season. The rankings are based on a standard scoring system: for RBs, WRs and TEs, 1 point per 10 yards and 6 points per TD; f...

The Super Bowl has come and gone, and fantasy owners who didn’t win championships in 2013 have had more than a month to lick their wounds and exchange bad-beat stories. Free agency and the NFL Draft will hold our attention in the months ...

This might be my favorite time of year for fantasy football, even though we aren’t playing actual games. Most drafts and auctions are still a few weeks away, but as we prepare for the critical talent-acquisition phase of the fantasy season, we have the ...