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FANTASY FOOTBALL: SO-CALLED FANTASY EXPERT

rotoexperts.com - Nothing kills your Fantasy Football season quicker than a busted first-round pick. Well, that and picking a kicker in the second round. Owners of Randy Moss last year can attest to how a season can sour quickly. After being selected in ...

FANTASY FOOTBALL: THE CASE FOR DYNASTY

rotoexperts.com - Hello RotoExperts.com readers, allow me to introduce myself. You’ll be seeing and hearing quite a bit from me over the next several months, as my website, NoOffseason.com, has become the official Dynasty/Keeper partner of RotoExperts. All you need to know ...

FANTASY FOOTBALL: LIZZ’S LOCKER

rotoexperts.com - My fantasy is writing about Fantasy Football. It’s a reality now that I’m a member of the RotoExperts team. You may be asking yourself, “Who is this woman?” and “What does she know about Fantasy Sports?” Well, my brother introduced ...


Fantasy Football Strategy: Draft Day Advice

gridironexperts.com - There's a lot of research, studying, and strategy involved in preparing for a successful fantasy football season. Once you've prepared, there's a different set of things you can do during the draft to give your team the edge. Here's a ...

FANTASY BASEBALL: TAMER’S TIPS

rotoexperts.com - The trade deadline is over which means the anxiety and uncertainty of one of your players switching teams is also over for the time being (don’t forget the MLB waiver deadline on August 31 is looming, which can also create ...

FANTASY FOOTBALL: FIRST AND TOM

rotoexperts.com - It's good to see Plaxico Burress back in New York. No, not with the Giants, but with the Jets. For those geographical purists out there, it's great to see him back in New Jersey. The signing of Burress with the ...


Fantasy Sports Fix: All the Fantasy Sports Coverage You Can Handle

thexlog.com - Sarah Bojarski nails it in this week’s column, providing tips on how to avoid stress during Week 1 of the Fantasy Football season. The tips lean heavily on how to recover from a few draft-day mishaps. The mighty theme of ...

It’s a Done Deal: Baseball Trade Deadline 2011 and the Impact on Fantasy Baseball

dmfantasy.blogspot.com - The 2011 baseball trading deadline produced a number of trades of note. What is important to fantasy baseball is the impact these trades may have (or not have) on their fantasy baseball teams. Looking at several key trades, this article ...

Fernando Salas Gets Put in The SABR Spotlight

www.cosfba.com - Perhaps the single biggest surprise out of the bullpen in 2011 has been Fernando Salas. After briefly pitching for the Cardinals in 2010, few expected him to be the closer at this point in the season. But no one could ...

FANTASY BASEBALL: WHAT’S THE CALL?

rotoexperts.com - Outside of the playoffs, it’s easily my favorite time of the year. I simply love the Trade Deadline in baseball. There is a ton of enjoyment in the anticipation of deals, projecting what players will do with their new teams ...

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