Fantasy Football Links You Can Trust


Garion Thorne and Cam Stewart continues their team-by-team preview - by answering some burning questions about the Buffalo Bills & New York Jets heading into the 2017 Fantasy Football season.

As we inch closer to the start of the 2017 NFL season, it is important to find a handful of sites you trust to develop a fantasy football draft strategy.  Heading over to ESPN or Yahoo and sharing the same information as all your other work colleagues will keep you using their Rankings and site ADP.  If you do that, you are sure to miss out on this years sleepers, while wasting picks the following sites would have steered you away from!

Fantasy Six Pack - Be Prepared.  Mock Draft.  Understand ADP vs ECR.  Have fun! Richard Savill helps you get ready for fantasy football drafts with some sound advice.  Ever considered doing a mock draft for a league that is a few team BIGGER than your current setup?  Its a great way to find some of those sleeper picks and will make those later rounds much easier on you!

Fantasy Knuckleheads - For a more PPR oriented draft strategy, Brendan Cole has got you covered.  A round by round breakdown of how to approach your first 12 picks, Ignore Gronk in the first and a QB in round 2 and you are on your way to building a winning team!  After winning your draft, win your league with these helpful season long tips and tricks!

Fantasy Six Pack - Once you have researched and ranked QBs that fits your league size and scoring, there are two ways to get your QB - grab your one and only QB by the end of the fourth round or stack the RB/WR positions early and wait and see which QB falls to you in the later rounds.  Alex Hamrick breaks all of this down for you.

So Called Fantasy Experts - Last year Jeremy Hill led the Bengals RBs, playing 40% of the team snaps. Giovani Bernard (36%) & Rex Burkhead (22%) shared the backfield with Hill. Cincinnati drafted a talented rookie in Joe Mixon out of Oklahoma and there could be a major shakeup behind Andy Dalton.  Brian Piazzi breaks down the Cincinnati Bengals backfield situation.

David Gonos - Ezekiel Elliot just had the 2nd greatest season by a rookie RB...ever.  Better than 2002 Clinton Portis (Redskins) and 1995 Curtis Martin (Patriots).  Find out which rookie RB still owns the greatest debut season and how David Gonos ranks the 2017 rookie RBs.

Gridiron Experts - The NFL is impossible to predict, but it sure is fun to try!  Mitchell Renz make three bold predictions for a QB, RB & WR.  He also includes a trivia question about a running back that has not missed a game in his three year career!

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