Archive for September, 2010

Fantasy Football Draft Board 2010

Saturday, September 25th, 2010

Fantasy Football Draft Board 2010 Knowing how to prepare your own draft board is a big part of having fantasy football success. You can buy magazines with their own lists and draft boards, you can even find this information for free online, but doing a little bit of research on your own and building your own draft board guarantees you full control over your fantasy roster. How to Build a Fantasy Football Draft Board Putting together your own draft board means thinking about a few different draft

Fantasy Football Stats 2010

Friday, September 24th, 2010

Fantasy Football Stats 2010 Stats are the meat and potatoes of fantasy football. No matter what kind of fantasy football league you’re in, head-to-head or rotisserie, IDP or team defense, you’ll need to have a good understanding of football stats to be a champion fantasy league owner. Having a passing knowledge of the NFL and of the rules of football is enough to own a fantasy team, but it is rarely enough to become a league champion. The average casual football fan can tell you the

Fantasy Football Projections 2010

Thursday, September 23rd, 2010

Fantasy Football Projections 2010 Fantasy football league owners use projections to determine their draft order — the order in which they want to draft players. Fantasy football owners will prepare for the draft in a variety of ways. The more meticulous owners will prepare four or five different “draft plans” depending on different conditions, such as pick order, and superstar players that may or may not be drafted before they have a chance to be picked. You might, for instanc

Fantasy Football Guide for Beginners

Wednesday, September 22nd, 2010

Fantasy Football Guide for Beginners Fantasy football is a competition between football fans that plays out over the course of a football season. People who participate in fantasy football contests (also known as “leagues”) start out by drafting their team from the lineups of current NFL players, putting a team roster together, and then compete with their team against teams drafted by the other people in their league. Depending on the type of fantasy football league you participate

Fantasy Football Defense Rankings

Wednesday, September 22nd, 2010

Fantasy Football Defense Rankings In most Fantasy Football leagues, defense stats are scored by team. That means you pick your defense as a unit by drafting “Cowboys Defense” or “Jets Defense” rather than selecting individual players. Leagues that do use individual player stats are known as IDP leagues and are not as common as defense by committee. Predicting how a team’s defensive squad will perform (and figuring out what priority to give a defense draft) is not e

Fantasy Football Scoring System

Tuesday, September 21st, 2010

Fantasy Football Scoring System Using the standard fantasy football scoring system avoids confusion and depends on the football expertise of people much smarter than you or me. Whoever created the standard fantasy football scoring system used math to figure out how many points various statistical accomplishments should earn. This fantasy football scoring system is the one used by the vast majority of fantasy football leagues. The purpose of the statistics and points relationship of the standard