Fantasy Football, How to Play and Win.: The Complete Guide

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AuthorHouse, Mar 16, 2010 - Education - 128 pages
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As a Fantasy Football Expert and Multiple Fantasy Football League Champion, and as a Service to you, I have written "Fantasy Football How to Play and Win, the Complete Guide." I will be sharing some of the Knowledge, Experience and Wisdom that I have accumulated over the past fifteen years, I have been Playing and Writing about Fantasy Football. Information gathered from all the Fantasy Football Leagues I have ever participated in during that time and every thing I have ever read from Experts and learned.

These Tips should be Helpful in saving you Time Researching by providing links to sites, finding Fantasy Football Web Sites to play on by providing links, The use of Fantasy Football Web Sites, your Pre-Draft Strategy by providing several Stategies, Ranking the NFL Players for the Draft information and Formulas, Drafting Strategies by providing several with explanations, usage of the Waiver Wire by telling where they are and how to use and Waiver Wire Strategies, Trading Strategies by giving several Strategies, Developing your Cheat Sheets by providing Examples of mine, and Managing of your Fantasy Football team during the Fantasy Football Season. Hopefully, leading you to the League Play-Offs and the Championship of your Fantasy Football League.


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Introduction by the Author
How to Loose at Fantasy Football
What is Fantasy Football?
The Various Scoring Systems
Decide what kind of League to play in
Web Sites with Fantasy Football Leagues
Fantasy Football Web Sites and Experts
Find the Rules for Fantasy Football Leagues
Auction Draft
Waiver Wire
Evaluate all of the other Teams in your League
Making a Trade Offer
How to find Player Projections
Determining your Starting Lineup
Recognizing Cheaters in your League
Where to find Injury Reports

How to rank the Players
Determine the number of Players to Rank
Develop a Drafting Strategy
Immediately after the Draft is complete
Preparing for the Playoffs
Exhibits of Cheat Sheets

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About the author (2010)

Theodore Ziolkowski, or Ted-Zee-Man, was Born August 2, 1941 in Traverse City, Michigan. He has a Bachelors Degree in Business Administration with a Minor in Mathematics.

He wasinvolved in Coaching Baseball in “Pony Leagues”, "Little Leagues" and “Babe Ruth Leagues, and Football in “Pop Warner Leagues.”

He Retired in 1994, as an outlet for the Love of Sports and his Competitive Nature. He decided to try Fantasy Football. He has played over Fifteen years. From Rank Amateur to becoming a Multiple Fantasy Football and Baseball League Champion.

His thinking, how can his Knowledge and Information help other people. He has writen his Book with careful thought about what his audience Needs or Wants. That's why he include his E-Mail address in the book. He is genuine - “the real deal.” There is no doubt that Fantasy Football is his passion, it's what he is writing about.

The majority of the information should never become obsolete. The only thing that should change is the names of the players not the concepts. The only other thing that may change is the various scoring systems which would give more value to another position.

He is sharing some of the Knowledge, Experience and Wisdom he has accumulated, over the past Fifteen years. These tips should be helpful in your Pre-Draft Strategy, Draft Plan, Waiver Wire Usage, Trading and Managing your Fantasy Football Team. Leading you to a Championship in your Fantasy Football League.

He played in 8 leagues in 2009, Qualified for the Play-Offs in 6, a 75% average. His Won (85) versuses Lost (27) equals a 77.7% average. In the 6 Play-Off's, he made 3 of the Championship Rounds. He won one Championship.

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