Fantasy football is easy. Very easy. Simply start players that outperform your opponents’. But, how can you be so sure who will perform?
Don’t like research, eh? That’s why the internet is so darn great! Websites will do the work for you, and all you have to do is check them weekly. The key topics you should check:
Cheat sheets: Have one of these handy when drafting, so you know the top players at each position. Make sure it is up-to-date so you don’t draft a player who is injured for the season.
Strategic articles: Doing a little reading might be the key to your next victory. If you learn about a sleeper, picking him up in your league can be the move of the year.
Weekly picks: Know what teams have tough matchups, and who you should start or sit based on those matchups. Don’t get stuck starting players who are in for a bad week.
Forum: Conversing with other fantasy football enthusiasts can give you some hints and tips that other members of your league aren’t hearing. Use everything you read to your advantage.
It’s that simple. Knowing a little bit more than your opponent is usually all you need. As they say, “Keep it simple, stupid.”
Mark G. runs Fantasy Football Spiral ( http://www.ffspiral.com ). A simple click will lead you to a valuable treasure chest of information, which will help you win your fantasy league. Participate in the forums, check out the mock drafts, read some articles – every little bit helps, and Fantasy Football Spiral wants to help you win your league in 2005.