Fantasy Football Advice
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For years our site has have been all about helping our members win in championships in fantasy football. Bottom line thats what we want our customers to experience here is knowing we hve the best advice and accurate NFL Player stat predictions for every aspect of managing your fantasy football roster.
This year like any other soon will take on a life of its own. Will we continue to see RBBC? How much should you pay attention to in the off season? Our off season fantasy football advice should keep you enough in the know to stay wired to the most important player/team movements.
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To kick off this early 2010 season we are going to start by restating some of our most popular articles written by Russ Bliss and others along with some player trends. Example: We have been analyzing player data for over six years and the on thing that has remained consistent is the constant player movement and early running back sucess for rookies. Those are just a few of the insights we plan to share with you here.
So from beginner to expert some early season fantasy football advice when it comes to planning for your 2010 NFL season:
TIP #1: Read Russ's number one article on: WHAT IT TAKES TO WIN IN FANTASY FOOTBALL. This must read article starts right where it all happens understanding your draft.
TIP #2: Seriously consider making a move for a stud QB in earlier rounds (i.e. 1 or 2) of your draft as typically more and more fantasy football leauges are using the QB postion as a strong scoring opportunity. That's why knowing the rules of your draft is King when it comes to defining your draft strategy. Here's great advice on draft strategies written by Russ Bliss.
TIP #3: Do your homework on Running Backs and Wide Receivers. Best fantasy football advice for the 2010 season I can give you is because of most NFL teams wanting their RB backfield to be a "three headed" monster on Sundays, which means their are very few stud RB's. This is also where you can start to optimize our fantasy football draft software - Tips on how to use it our here...
Tip #4: Take a stud TE early too. That is if your fantasy football league/rules and rosters requirements requires you to play a tight end. Its just so much better to have a strong lineup for every position these days.
Tip #5:Handcuffing your studs are important but there is no need to draft two kickers and defenses unless your league rules require you to do so. This is something everyone gets in the habit of doing, however, use this strategy and focus on more high value picks (i.e. RB, TE, WR).Tip#6: Knowing and managing your leagues waiver wire is key to winning week in and week out. In this day and age with injuries its so critical. Here's some great NFL Fantasy Advice that will help you come game day (no more worries about last minute player movements).
Tip #7: Don't spend much too much time over thinking average draft position. Every draft takes on its own personality and yes you want to have some cheat sheets or tier rankings, but they should be updated and used as a guide in preparation.
These are my top seven (7) fantasy football tips going into the 2010 NFL season, hope they help you out and also take a peek at my way early 2010 fantasy football player rankings (short list). Good luck this season and be sure to stop by frequently and enjoy the benefits of our site and software too!.