Thursday, August 7, 2014

Using Our Draft Kit to Win Your ESPN Fantasy Football League

You may have read my rundown about how to exploit Yahoo's fantasy ranks based on our projections, but if you don't play in Yahoo leagues, then I'll have to reiterate some important points.
Studying ranks, reading recommendations, and doing mock drafts are always great ways to get a running start into fantasy football season, but if you get to the draft and face drastically different rankings than you're used to, you may not be able to wait for your favorite picks, and you may be seeing names you didn't consider drafting who are being suggested as early picks. I've been there before, and I've felt compelled to reach for a player just because he was listed higher on the site than on my personal ranks.
So what I'm here to do is examine ESPN's composite rankings and uncover the market inefficiencies between their ranks and numberFire's cheat sheet rankings while being set to ESPN's standard scoring and lineup settings. READ MORE HERE >>> NumbersFire.com

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