Playing fantasy football is like running a marathon: If you try it, without preparation, you will end up on the back of the pack, vomiting everything yourself, with no chance of ever catching the leaders. Unlike the marathon, preparation of fantasy football is best done with a laptop and a cheese plate, and at no time does this mean any real physical exertion. On the laptop, you should consult the Web sites, blogs, forums and Twitter accounts listed below. They will provide all the information you need to know to become the Vince Lombardi of your fantasy league. As for the cheese plate … Yes, we recommend something that does not turn on your toxic breath. Nobody likes it.
In Fantasy Football, all to be first. To select the first, first and above all, you know the first news. When it comes to being the first football news, few do it as Adam Schefter and Chris Mortensen, ESPN and NFL.com Jason La Canfora has. NFL insider These are the sources of each team’s dressing room and in all probability, their concession stand. If you want to be the first to know that the Redskins running back and how quickly you will direct the final waiver wire pick, these are the guys to follow you on Twitter.
Stay on top of your Fantasy Football League is all from the Real Football News. You could be at least informed fans of your league, but as long as you have the most information, you will be able to escape to the championship. For the news again, and Rotoworld.com FootballGuys.com are at home. Both sites provide a constant flow of information gathered from suppliers across the country. Click rapidly on these sites will tell us who is injured, which is a division of the initial situation, and that changes its name to a Spanish series. When something happens in football, you can find it here.
Of all the unknowns in the fantasy football (for example, Michael Vick Will 2010 repeat Bill Belichick dress like an adult?) One thing you can count on: the players are injured. Of ACL tears with bruises, fractures and other foot injuries are as common as interceptions in the NFL, and being aware that it is key to the success of fantasy. The best way to get the history of injuries in football, and its serious and how long they will keep a player is to follow the expert Stephania Bell and Carroll on Twitter. Never let a torn meniscus will cost you a new game.
Sometimes it is not enough to know all the news and updates have damage. Sometimes you just need some advice. This is where the fantasy gurus guys like Andy Behrens, Matthew Berry and Dave Richard is very active on Twitter and get out of their way to answer questions from fans. Want to know who to start on Monday night, or if you are cheated in a trade? They are the experts to ask.
The owner of a great champion of Sunday morning looks like this: Wake up, make coffee, start studying. Your first stop should always be FFToolbox.com, FootballDocs.com DraftSharks.com and three sites with an infinite amount of information to help you get the best training in the field. These complete catalog of performance sites for the classification of the defenses of the offensive line and press little stupid jokes to entertain you. Devouring this information before you eat a pound of guacamole can be the difference between finishing first and finishing behind his cousin Darrell silly.
Consult with other experts can help, read the inside scoop and always illuminating. But sometimes you just want to share a fantasy life with people who love the game much more than you do. Then it’s time to head FantasyFootballCafe.com and TheHuddle.com. These forums are more active than Michael Vick in his pocket and give you a place to listen to the other owners of shops waiver pickups, wire and opportunities for the team. For those of you who do not pay attention to the above, there is also a place to land his frustration.