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Wally’s World – Week 7


Do not let anyone tell you any different folks. The NFL (and fantasy football) is a passing league pure and simple. There are no two ways about it and if you don’t believe old Uncle Waldo let me toss out ...

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My Interview with Albert Haynesworth


Ever since I became a sports fan, I have found myself gravitating towards certain athletes. When I was young, it was Barry Sanders and Joe Dumars – two stalwarts of my beloved Detroit teams. In my teen years, I fell ...

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Fantasy Forecast: Incredible IDPs


If you’re in a keeper league, you realize the value of identifying undervalued players as quickly as possible– it’s easier to acquire these hidden gems if you’re the only one in your league with the inside track on their 2015 ...

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Fantasy Forecast: Offensive Gems


I recently took a few extra minutes to see if my supercomputer, Mighty Max, could be tweaked to unearth some offensive gems. As is usually the case, the results were interesting and provided some excellent insight. I decided to use ...

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Becoming Someone Else


While dissecting rookies, you can’t help but draw comparisons to players who have already suited up and attempted to prove their worth at the pro level. Unfortunately, things don’t always work out for the best. Nelson Agholor becoming Victor Cruz Don’t ...

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2015 Draft Plan


Welcome back to the new Fantasy Sharks! We’ve been busy in case you didn’t notice. Each year I put together the meandering thoughts of a perceived Fantasy Expert who drafts relentlessly against the iron this industry has to offer and ...

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7 Guidelines to Winning Your Draft


This is the best time of the year in the fantasy football world. You are trash talking your buddies, the research has been done, the proclaiming of your reign for the 2015 season has begun, and your confidence is sky ...

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Quarterback by Committee Strategy


This is a strange year in fantasy football drafts when it comes to quarterbacks. Typically, quarterbacks are a hot commodity, but this year quarterbacks are slipping down draft boards much more than usual. The first quarterback isn’t being drafted until ...

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Preparing for Your Draft


It is officially fantasy football draft season and your draft will set the tone for the rest of the season. Grabbing some cheat sheet at the last minute isn’t enough; you need to prepare. Fantasy football is the only thing ...

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Don’t Sleep on Geno


If you’re one to lock up the quarterback position early in drafts, you probably don’t burn another such pick until late (if at all) on another quarterback. Given typical bench sizes and unless we’re talking best ball or 14+ team ...

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Adrian Peterson: Six Red Flags


I get it, it’s Adrian Peterson. Mr. All Day. A rare talent with upside we covet so much from a position where every-down running backs are scarce. This year, Peterson is going in the top 3 in most redraft leagues.  ...

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Alternative Tiering (U.S. Open Edition)


To help you with your draft, or to set your lineup once the season starts, I recommend using this simple, yet very effective, method of decision making. Comparisons, metaphors, analogies. It doesn’t matter what you call them, they help. As ...

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