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50 Free Online Resources for Fantasy Basketball Geeks

Thursday, October 15th, 2009

50 Useful Tools For Fantasy Basketball Fanatics Fantasy basketball geeks need plenty of online resources to keep up their fantasy basketball habit. A “fantasy geek” is someone so obsessive about their fantasy sports, they surf the Internet looking for ever-newer sources of information about their chosen sport. So a fanatical fantasy basketball geek needs at least 50 websites devoted to their fb hobby. With that in mind, we offer “50 Free Online Resources For Fantasy

Keeper Fantasy Football League Rules

Wednesday, October 14th, 2009

Keeper Fantasy Football League Tips Keeper fantasy football league rules differ from “redraft” league rules. In a redraft league, every player is on the market after every offseason. During the annual draft, every player in the NFL is up for grabs. But in a keeper league, teams keep some of their star players. Keeper league rules allow successful teams continuity from one season to another. They also foster rivalries, because teams get tired of losing to the same NFL

How To Manage a Fantasy Football League

Tuesday, October 13th, 2009

Tips for Managing a Fantasy Football League Managing a fantasy football league is harder than it looks. Fantasy football league commissioners need to: Make sure league transactions are handled promptly Administer league rules fairly A fantasy football league manager is a competitor in his fantasy football league, so many league members will perceive your decisions are affected by your role as a league owner. In other words, other members of your league will view you more like Bud Selig than

How To Start a Fantasy Football League

Monday, October 12th, 2009

Guide to Starting Your Own Fantasy Football League Starting a fantasy football league is easy; some of the least competent people I know have started leagues. A fantasy football league is two things: A collection of rules A collection of players Put together both elements, and you have a fantasy football league. But it’s easy to forget something, so here’s a step-by-step guide on how to start a fantasy football league. Starting a Fantasy Football League – League

The Ultimate Fantasy Football Toolbox – 100 Tips, Tools and Resources for Fantasy Football Owners

Saturday, October 10th, 2009

by John Clifton 27,000,000 people every year play fantasy football,  and it seems like you can find 27,000,000 websites devoted to fantasy football games. But if you’re looking for an edge over the other players in your league, this fantasy football toolbox should help. The following 100 links point to fantasy football websites with the tips, tools and resources to help you have a great fantasy football season, then remind your friends and rivals about it for years to come. Fantasy

Top 20 Running Backs to Start in Week 5

Friday, October 9th, 2009

Who To Start – Who To Sit – NFL Week 5 With the Chargers, Saints, Packers and Bears on bye week in NFL Week 5, we have some of the traditional fantasy football rushing stars sitting on fantasy benches. You might have to pull someone off the bench to fill out a lineup this week; luckily, there are some outstanding matchups for running backs on the verge of the starting lineup. We begin our list with the elite of fantasy football, though. 1. Adrian Peterson – Minnesota

Fantasy Football Week 5 Matchups

Thursday, October 8th, 2009

Fantasy Football Week 5 Matchups Winning at fantasy football often comes down to exploiting the best matchups. Sure, every fantasy team is going to have a few star players who are no-hesitation starters every week, regardless of match-up. But in less you’re playing in a league with your 10 younger sisters, you’re not likely to have a full roster of guys you start with no hesistation. With that in mind, we offer a reminder about which teams have the defenses you should play the

Fantasy Sports Phone Apps

Thursday, October 1st, 2009

Fantasy sports is a  $1 billion industry, and the  Fantasy Sports Trade Association estimates that roughly 27 million Americans now play fantasy sports. And now, fantasy sports phone apps are becoming a big part of that industry. Like everything else, technology has left its mark on fantasy sports. You’ve seen the iPhone commercials. “There’s an app for that.” Many sites now offer fantasy football via smartphone devices like the iPhone, the Blackberry, and copies of these. This

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