By Zachary Young
In this article I’ve included the best websites with Fantasy Football tips that I’ve used over the last several years. The information I’ve acquired has helped me win several games, a Championship, and finish in the top of several leagues. There are a TON of websites out there, but the ones I’ve listed below are the BEST in my opinion.
Here are the Best Website’s for Fantasy Football Tips
Website #1 – FFToolbox.com –
This is one of my favorite websites and they have some of the best fantasy football tips I’ve ever seen. They’ve customized yearly and weekly ranking tools so you can see how players rank with your actual league settings… Top player adds and drops so you can see what players are trending. They have Sleepers, Super Sleepers, Match Up Analyzers, News Updates, etc. This is a free site, so you won’t have to pay for any of the fantasy football tips you receive from them.
Website #2 – FantasyPros.com –
The thing I like the best about this site is the rankings. It has Fantasy Football experts from close to 100 Websites that give their player rankings weekly. They also hold the Experts Accountable. The Charts actually show their track record and how accurate they are. So you can actually customize their charts by category and pick the TOP 10 (or however many you want to) EXPERTS, who have been accurate for 2012.
You also have the ability to sync your league with their website, and it will tell you who the top available players to add are in your league based on their rankings. They also give notes and news on your players. This is all for free.
Website #3 – Footballguys.com –
This site is VERY advanced with some awesome fantasy football tips. Some of the Information they provide is free and some of it cost money ($28.95 for the season). I am on their email list and get some really good updates and fantasy football tips for free on a current basis. This website has one of the coolest things I’ve ever seen.
They have a tool called “Rate my Team”. This tool is self-describing. In a little more detail, you can put your league setting in their systems, enter your players and click submit. Then they’ll tell you what your shot is of making the playoffs with your current team (based on their rankings) and different ways you can improve your roster.
Website #4 – NFL.com –
I primarily look at this site on my Smart Phone with their mobile app. I mainly get my fantasy football tips from their NEWS section. They do an excellent job of having some of the most up to date news on player injuries, trades, etc. I’ve been able to pick up some key players off the waiver wire in my league before anyone else was able to, because I saw the news on a key player that just had surprise surgery, etc. So although NFL.com does give Fantasy Football Tips and advice in their Fantasy section, I normally just keep my eyes on the NEWS headlines.
Website #5 – Yahoo Sports –
sports.yahoo.com/blogs/fantasy-roto-arcade/target-practice – That’s a partial link. This is an article that Andy Behrens writes weekly, which is very useful. I will tie this specific site into another one of the Fantasy Football Tips… TARGETS. In case you don’t know what targets are (because I didn’t at one point in time) it is how many times a Quarterback throws to a specific Wide Receiver, Tight End, or Running Back.
This is very important as you can see if there are any new guys that the Quarterback has really started targeting. A Quarterback will only throw a ton of balls at a target if he’s confident in that person. Sometimes people on this list can be Free Agents or on the Waivers; or if you are evaluating a trade you can see how many balls are getting thrown to different players.
Website #6 – ESPN.com –
ESPN has a lot of great articles, but they also have great stat tracking sheets. You can see targets for receivers, touches for running backs, etc.
There are a TON of websites as I stated up top. Do NOT allow yourself to be overwhelmed. For a LONG time, I just used FFToolbox.com. So I would recommend checking all of these out, seeing what you like… and then just stick with a system that won’t wear you out. I hope these websites will help you as much as they helped me in making important Fantasy Football decisions.
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