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Fantasy Sharks

FantasySharks.com began in 2003, disseminating fantasy football content on the web for free. It is, or has been, home to some of the most talented and best known fantasy writers on the planet. Owned and operated by Tony Holm (5 time Fantasy Sports Writer Association Hall-of-Fame nominee,) Tony started writing fantasy content in 1993 for the only three fantasy football web sites in existence at the time.

AFC South Outlook

Your league could be won by a team made up of players just from the AFC South. You should make sure you’re not forgetting some of these players before you start drafting this year.

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5 Deep: Wide Receivers

Preseason games are finally here. Fantasy football is in full swing. And wide receivers are going deep in 2013. Here are five underdogs ready to take their current fantasy value up a few notches.

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Fantasy Football Kool Aid

Drink the Kool Aid. Win your league. It’s that easy. By now, I’m sure you’ve read what other people have to say, so I’ll just let you know where these experts are wrong in the hopes of leading you to a better draft.

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IDP BARGAIN BIN: Late-Round Linebackers

With the Hall of Fame Game just around the corner and fantasy draft season getting ready to kick into high gear, Fantasy Sharks IDP Senior Staff Writer Gary Davenport takes a quick look at some late-round linebacker options who could be huge IDP values on draft day.

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Should You Draft Him?: Minnesota Vikings

I will attempt to answer once and for all if Adrian Peterson truly deserves to be taken No. 1 overall, and maybe I’ll have some time left over to analyze the draft value of all of those Vikings who have the unfortunate distinction of not being Peterson.

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Buyer Beware – Jamaal Charles

Jamaal Charles may be too risky of a pick to be the foundation of your fantasy football team. If you are drafting in the early-to-mid first round, you might want to consider safer options for this upcoming season. Here’s why.

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5 Draft Day Mistakes You Should Avoid

Draft day is the day where the season could be made or destroyed. There is a lot on the line when you enter the draft lobby. A lot will be racing through your head, but if you remember not to make these five mistakes, your draft night should go very well.

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All In or All Hype?

We’ve heard the hype all offseason long. Every player, every reporter and every expert has said what to expect. Now as drafts approach, it’s time to sift through the words and like a poker player, you must decide - is it all hype or do I go all in?

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In the Football Universe

In the football universe, a dynasty is the dominant franchise in the league for multiple seasons. It’s a testament to the world that the first time wasn’t a fluke and that this team, built year-over-year, is the gold standard. Dynasty leagues represent the next level in fantasy sports, from college to the NFL. And it’s probably time you think about accepting the challenge.

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The Players that Nobody’s Talking About

You’ll read 100 articles about what sleepers to target in your draft this year. The same list of names you keep reading about over and over again; you won’t land them all. It’s the players nobody is talking about that can provide the most value in the mid-to-late rounds of your draft. Click the link and prepare yourself for all drafting scenarios.

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Doug Martin vs. Arian Foster

As we know, fantasy football will never become a mathematical equation. We all have varying opinions based on slightly different analysis. But what happens when two writers disagree on a player? Take a look.

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Vs.

Have you ever been in the middle of a draft completely torn between two players you have ranked nearly identical, like Arian Foster vs. Adrian Peterson? These are the decisions we put under a microscope all season just to see if we made the right choice. As we wrapped up our most recent league draft, here are some of the ball busting choices I observed in an article I like to call “Vs.”

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