Fantasy Football tips to help you organize the best rules possible for your league.
I hate playing in fantasy football leagues with naive owners. All it takes is one good salesman to sweet talk that owner into giving up a Pr[…]
Do you know those pesky Thursday night football games? They're the first games of the week and they have a habit of sneaking up on you.
If you're in a redraft league -- meaning your league starts from scratch every year with completely empty rosters -- the best way to operate[…]
If your league doesn't have a waiver wire system in place, either get them to change it or find a different league.
The supply and demand at the running back position changes from year to year and makes it difficult for owners to get their hands on two goo[…]
I believe in having a maximum number of roster spots, but I don't believe that any league should tell its owners how many players at each po[…]
Most fantasy football regular season schedules are about 13 weeks long -- give or take a week based on number of playoff teams.
I played in a league one year that required two starting quarterbacks because the commissioner wanted to see higher scores and more action.
The vast majority of fantasy football leagues out there use head-to-head matchups between teams, but there are still those that like to oper[…]
Make no mistake about it: playing in a league with individual defensive players (IDP) is tough.
Is there anything more frustrating than losing one or two of your players to injury, checking the waiver wire for a replacement and not find[…]
Every league inevitably has some owners who lead busier lives than others. This is no reason to leave them out in the cold when it comes to […]
Waiver wire systems are a great way to keep teams competitive throughout the season and ensure that owners maintain interest in playing even[…]