Joe’s Fantasy Football Bible

So what’s it gunna be then, eh? If you’ve ever seen or read A Clockwork Orange, you’ll know exactly what I’m talking about. In fantasy football, it’s question you ask yourself over and over as the clock is winding down and you need to pick. You’ve read every ESPN, Yahoo!, and Rotoworld article imaginable, scoured through every cheatsheet, and have even made your own rankings. No matter how prepared you are (or think you are), be prepared for chaos. You may think you know what you’re going to do until you’re on the clock. I’ve done it. I remember blurting out “Torry Holt!” as time expired one year. This of course was when he signed with Jacksonville, clearly was on the decline, and in that stupid moment of word vomit, I ruined my chance at back to back championships.

Don’t be that guy. If I’ve learned anything from playing fantasy football the past decade, it’s hold back the word vomit. Fantasy football isn’t a time to let chaos ensue. Your guy gets taken? So what, there’s a hundred other guys that can make up your team. Be angry, upset, afraid, whatever, for a few seconds, then take a deep breath, and get back to the board. Be cold and calculated, not reactive and emotional. These, along with the rest of this piece, will be tips to help you not only survive, but dominate your draft.

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The Stock Exchange

By: Joe Siniscalchi

The NFL Draft marks the beginning of a new season for football. Team’s have a clearer picture of what their rosters will look like heading into the summer. For fantasy players, now is the time to really do your homework. Start to make your own rankings,  think of guys you’d like to target, or guys who may fly under the radar. Now is the best time to think about it simply before all of the “experts” start the hype train (I’m still bitter about you Ryan Mathews). With that, here is my first fantasy stock report based on free agency, roster moves, and the first two days of the draft.

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