There is no telling what I could have accomplished in life if not for fantasy football. Every week I spend hours agonizing over lineups, attempting to take advantage of people via trade and calculating exactly how many wins I might need to make the playoffs.
It’s a sickness, but not one I wish to cure. The league that matters most to me is a 12-team league consisting of friends and family. I would venture to say there isn’t a single thing (of real value) I am better at or know more about than even the majority of those people. However, fantasy football allows me the chance to be superior to every last one.
And so it is that for me no weekend can truly be defined as a success if it includes a loss for the Bluff City Rooster Dogs. The beauty of fantasy sports is that the NFL, a league in which I have no team to be a die-hard fan of, now affects the way I feel when I wake up every Tuesday morning.
I’m aware the Internet isn’t short on fantasy advice. That’s why in addition to some basic information this section will include in-depth strategies. I’ll also let you know ways to gain an advantage in your league despite the wealth of information available to any fantasy player.
Good luck and Long Live the Rooster Dog.