Fantasy Football - Drafting your Football Team

By: Tk Healey

Training camps are opened up, most of this year's draft picks are signed, and preseason games are being played. This opens the way for fantasy football games.

What better way to brag to your buddies about your superior football knowledge than by beating them with a fantasy football team that you put together? We all know the guy who thinks he knows everything about football, but never manages to keep his team out of the cellar in the standings.

Fantasy football leagues have changed the way in which we watch football games. Head to head competition amongst your pals. Imagine this scenario: You are watching the Seahawks vs the Cardinals. The Cardinals have the ball on the Seahawk 7 yard line, but instead of cheering for the team to score you are cheering for Anquain Boldin because you are in a close game with you buddy from work who has Larry Fitzgerald the Cardinals other top receiver. Don't just pick good football players be sure to pick a few of the great ones. One that falls into this category is the quarterback fro the New England Patriots Tom Brady.

Also in-between plays and sometimes even during plays viewers have their eyes glued to the bottom line. Not to check the scores around the league, but instead the fantasy alert which keeps viewers updated on who is scoring the touchdowns in every game.

Sports Illustrated. The Sporting News, and ESPN the magazines all come out with annual fantasy football magazines that offer cheat sheets, predictions, and strategies for dominating leagues. Throughout the season they also have small portions of their magazines where they update their strategies and ranking of players.

There is in abundance of information out there to dominate you league. Now its time for you to go out there; find the right information, join a league, and show of your football knowledge to your buddies or be the guy stuck in the cellar.

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