Fantasy Football Domination
I always say this. You can’t win your league by drafting well in the first two rounds, but you can lose it. If you blow your first two picks, it’s incredibly difficult to right the ship and seriously compete for your league’s title.
Similarly, I say you can’t really lose your league with middle and late round picks, but you can win it!
Dominate Your Fantasy Football Draft
This is why I’m proud of the Fantasy Football Almanac and Draft Guide. Our history projecting deep sleepers, or hibernators, is well respected by our readers. The Almanac community also appreciates the players we identify as risky.
The one-two punch of our sleeper selections and Fantasy PAR is unparalleled in the Fantasy Football industry.
This Is Not Your Typical Fantasy Football Magazine
This Fantasy Football Approach Isn’t For Everyone
Most fantasy football players are conditioned to read the same opinions. While I wouldn’t call my approach contrarian, I do often make polarizing predictions (like my assertion that Chris Carson would win the primary RB job in Seattle over Rashaad Penny, or that Alex Collins would never be a difference-maker in Baltimore).
If you are looking for a simple rankings consensus, I suggest you check out Fantasy Pros (and yes, I use them myself). They do a great job of presenting a consensus opinion.
If you’re looking for an edge on draft day, give our combination of fantasy football analytics and NFL film study a try. You’ll be glad you did.