Strategies for Fantasy Football

Strategies for the Draft

The most important day in fantasy football is Draft Day – it is also the most fun. It is the day when you choose the players that will either carry you to your league championship or who will disappoint you with injury and poor performance. Fantasy football is a game of speculation. Inherent in speculation is the element of risk. You can mitigate that risk, however, by arming yourself with information about the players and by developing a sound strategy for selecting those players. The articles in this section will help you develop a strategy to bring you success.

Click on the links below to access each of the articles on Drafting Strategies.

Strategies for the Season

Completing a successful draft does not guarantee a successful fantasy football season. Just as in NFL football, a successful fantasy team must be managed throughout the season. A team owner must be responsive to expected situations such as scheduling and unexpected situations such as player injuries – although in a game like football, injuries should be expected. The articles in this section will provide you with a basic understanding of how to keep a winning edge throughout the entire season.

Click on the links below to access each of the articles in In-Season Management Strategies.

Return to the Fantasy Football Impact home page

Strategies for Fantasy Football

Disclaimer: Fantasy football is a game of speculation; therefore, Fantasy Football Impact disclaims all warranties, expressed or implied, regarding player performance or results associated with its opinions or advice.