Fantasy Football Impact is dedicated to providing you with expert advice, strategies and information to help you dominate your fantasy football league.
Congratulations to the Seattle Seahawks – Super Bowl XLVIII Champions! Our Super Bowl Trivia page has been updated – give it a try and see how well you know your Super Bowl History.
With the end of week 17 in the NFL comes the end to fantasy football for the 2013 season. We hope you were successful and thank you for making Fantasy Football Impact a part of your winning strategy. It never too early to start preparing for next season. Free agency is just around the corner, as is the NFL draft. Keep up with the coaching and player changes to teams in our article 2014 Free Agency, Player Trades and Offseason Moves. You will want to bookmark it and refer back often.
Keep an eye out for our 2014 Fantasy Football Draft Guide. It will be available later this summer. Don’t draft without it!
We have a league champion in our 2013 Publisher’s Challenge League! Dish Adams from Fantasy Insights took a 2-game winning streak, a 9-5 record and Peyton Manning into the championship bracket of the playoffs and beat the #2 seed and then the #1 seed to capture the league title. His 8.92-point margin of victory earned him our league trophy (pictured at left), which was provided by Fantasy Sports Trophies. Great job, Dish! Congratulations!
Do you have a fantasy football question? Ask the Fantasy Football Impact expert. He’ll tell you what you need to know to dominate your league! Go to the mailbag and read his answers to your questions.
Advice for All Team Owners
Anyone who plays fantasy football will find plenty of helpful advice in our strategy articles which you can use to gain a competitive advantage. They are divided into two categories: Drafting Strategies and In-Season Management Strategies.
- When to Draft Each Position in Fantasy Football
- Round by Round Drafting Strategy for 2013
- Which Drafting Method is the Best?
- Consistency – The Key to Winning Fantasy Football
- Exploiting a Serpentine Draft
- Online Draft Strategy
- The Importance of Draft Order
- Drafting a Rookie – Is it a Good Idea?
- Handcuffs – Are They Really Necessary?
- Bye Weeks and Thursday Games
- Player Injuries
- Free Agents
- Fantasy Football Playoffs – Never Give Up
- The Hype of “One-Week Wonders”
Are You New to Fantasy Football?
If you are new to the game, please begin with the six articles under the menu category – Fantasy Football 101. We will guide you from the very beginning and explain how the game is played. In our tutorials you will learn about:
- Basic Leagues and Teams
- Points per Reception (PPR) Leagues
- How to Draft Your Team
- Dynasty and Keeper Leagues
- Managing the Team Roster
Note: We use the Yahoo! Fantasy Football public league scoring format to calculate our fantasy points.
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