The 2016-2017 NFL season is finally upon us. And, with that, comes fantasy football. In the weeks leading up to the season opener, mock drafts, preseason analysis and sports reporter predictions will surely fill your news feeds and your subconscious.
Waiting on a quarterback has become the thing to do, and with good reason. Taking a QB early means you're passing up on a top RB/WR, which can end up burning you down the road more-so than a late QB can do.
You've been waiting all summer for this. Your fantasy football draft has been circled on your calendar ever since the commissioner set the date. So how do you win your draft? I'm glad you asked.
It's that time of year again. Draft Day is coming up! You've purchased those glossy covered magazines. Perhaps you are downloading tip sheets and position rankings. In your head, there is a clock counting down the days.
Welcome to the thick of fantasy football draft season. While everyone's scurrying about for the latest updates from mini-camps, we're going to examine some constant hurdles that many of you will want to clear in your drafts.
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I can imagine the philharmonic orchestra warming up before the classical performance of Rossini's William Tell Overture. The concertmaster enters, expecting polite applause, but the audience whistles, cheers, and throws popcorn.
Q: Is it hard to run a show like The League while dealing with network standards and practices? What are some examples of difficult situations that had to be navigated?
Whether you're preparing for your fantasy football draft, or managing your roster during the season, the way you're valuing players is very similar to the way you'd value companies.
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What is gambling? It's a new question with an old-aged answer. The creation of daily fantasy sports necessitates a change in our country's legal definition of gambling.
If only young people in this country knew and cared half as much about politics as they do fantasy football, we'd be twice the democracy that we are today. In a true democracy, we'd demand more qualified candidates. We'd demand more substantive debates. We'd demand a political process that works for all of the people
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The core issue: is fantasy sports a game of chance or a game of skill? The UIGEA definition says, Skill. The problem is that, when it comes to daily fantasy sports (DFS), a skill versus chance argument is a gross generalization of the issue.
Anyone can get lucky and win their fantasy football league, but it takes genius to destroy one. Here is a step by step, methodical plan to ruin fantasy football for your "friends."
When you are done gawking over the literal beating I gave my opponent in the first week of Fantasy Football, it is important to know I came from humble beginnings. I grew up in the pre-cable era. My house had one television and very limited channels.