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Sunday, August 13, 2006

New Fantasy Football Game

It is Like Two Great Tastes in One Candy Bar

Doyou like Reese's Peanut Butter Cups? What if you could combine your fantasy addiction with say, a players value or worth at a particular time? Like playing the fantasy football stock market. Well now you can, and you can register for free. If you can not get enough of fantasy football then join up and compete for cash prizes.
New Fantasy Football Game. Win cash and prizes for playing a sports stock market game. Free to join. Sign up now.


PROTRADE: Head to Head with Troy Aikman


Sign up now for football while the values are
still low - buy low sell high! Hey, you've got nothing to lose -
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New Fantasy Football Game. Win cash and prizes for playing a sports stock market game. Free to join. Sign up now.

Tuesday, August 08, 2006

Top 6 Running Back Steals

thiefMake no mistake, these are not the six best running backs on the board, but they are the six best picks by position that you can make on draft day. Based on where they are currently being selected (ADP) in fantasy drafts, these players provide maximum value for their forecasted fantasy returns in 2006.

For those of you who have already drafted, it’s not too late as we recommend trading for these Top Six Running Back Steals! If you plan on winning your league make sure to get a few of these gems on your team this season!

Read more here.

Sunday, August 06, 2006

Most Likely to Get Injured List 2006

Injuries:

gump“It happens.”, at least that is what Forest Gump quipped in the edited for TV version of the movie. And he’s right; it does happen; at least to me.

You draft a great team and start the season strong, rolling up points and victories, knowing that the Championship will soon be yours. Then, unexpectedly, at least to you, “it” happens….INJURIES.

You’re on the couch on a Sunday afternoon, checking the stats and you see one of your players is stuck at the same yardage. Hmmm; maybe the computer hasn’t refreshed itself, you think. After refreshing the computer, your player’s stats still haven’t changed and the panic sets in. Is he hurt? Is it a concussion? Is it an ACL? Is he done? Is my team finished? Scrambling, you surf the net for any player updates. Then you switch to FOX or CBS to find info and then you see it; a horrific replay of your WR’s ankle being broken in four places…so much for the championship! You then tell yourself, “I should have never drafted him, I knew he was going to get hurt!”

Read the entire article here.

Tuesday, August 01, 2006

Evaluating the Average Draft - July

The average draft information for a league like the one you will be involved in can provide great insight into where particular players are going to be taken. There are of course exceptions like when an owner drafts from his favorite team early or an owner jumps on a ‘sleeper’ too early. Below we will go through the average draft information for the month of July and see what it is telling us. It is, after all, the collective thinking of the die hard fantasy football players at this point.We will assume a 12 team league that scores on high performance and requires a tight end and receptions are valued at 1 point per. We will do another evaluation in mid August, right before the majority of drafts are done.

***For different scoring scenarios check out other average draft information here.

Round 1
Continue article here.