Every league has its issues, but I’ve never come across a league that didn’t have a problem evaluating trades. Whether you’re trying to figure out what to offer another team or debating whether a trade is “fair,” there is no perfect method. Every league is different — different sizes, different scoring systems, different starting rosters.…… Continue reading How to Evaluate a Fantasy Football Trade
I’ve been a complete subscriber to the “best player available” school of thought when it comes to fantasy football draft strategies, but in 2009, I’d argue in favor of a more enlightened form of drafting a starting roster. Regardless of who you take in the first two rounds of your draft, most fantasy draft strategies…… Continue reading Fantasy Football Draft Strategy: Cutting Out the Middle Men from Best Player Available
Just as I broke down the running back average draft position with my “pick or pass” ranking style and noted which players might be worth skipping over in your draft rankings, I’m doing the same with wide receivers. Unlike running backs, many of the top receivers are worth a pick at their current draft stock,…… Continue reading Fantasy Draft Day Pick or Pass: Top 36 Wide Receivers by ADP
We rarely get a chance to highlight many of the fantasy football tools out there as we spend most of our time and effort giving you fantasy football tips at Fantasy Football Fools, but from time to time, something comes along that’s worth bringing to your attention. Fantasy Football Chatter is one such tool/website/community. Say…… Continue reading Have you heard the Fantasy Football Chatter?
Now that the players have settled into their teams for 2008, and overlooking the few free agents still bouncing from workout to workout, it’s time to start preparing your draft cheat sheets and practicing your draft strategy with a few mock drafts. Tiering your draft cheat sheet is one very effective method of drafting a…… Continue reading Fantasy Draft Strategy: Tiering Your Player Rankings and Cheat Sheets