Should Ryan Braun be considered for the first pick in the 2012 fantasy baseball draft? With his 50 game suspension Read the rest of this entry »
Looking over some of the top picks for 2012 and making decisions on who should go first in the fantasy Read the rest of this entry »
Getting an early jump on fantasy football running back ranks ahead of some of the upcoming fantasy football drafts. Fantasy Smarts breaks through the hype and brings you what you need to win. We take a quick look at some of the top players and see what we think about the top ranks in running backs. Read the rest of this entry »
If you are lucky enough to get the coveted first spot in your fantasy football league this year, take Turner. I know what you’re thinking. What about Adrian Peterson? He is sick. The guy is freakier than Paula Abdul in room full of young male singers. He’s got explosion, speed, and the necessary power to punch it in at the goal line. He is a stud. Read the rest of this entry »
This year I had the unique honor of drafting first in one league, as well as the unlucky honor of drafting last in one league. Normally this wouldn’t be that big of a deal and just a coincidence, but there is an added twist to this story that makes it great for using as a test case for fantasy football draft research and how it effects teams. It wasn’t just my team that had this coincidence this year, but FantasyGirl also plays in both leagues and had the exact same draft spots but in reverse leagues. The league I drafted first, she drafted last, and vice-versa in the other league. This makes for an interesting observation of how the fantasy football draft research can make or break your season before you’ve even had a chance to pick. Read the rest of this entry »
These days it’s pretty hard to find someone that isn’t playing fantasy football and participating in fantasy football leagues. There are many ways to play, and lots of sites to use to get information, scores, updates, and even play a few games. However, each game play has different rules, stats, and points, so it’s important to know not only what game you are playing, but what stats and points count for that league.
We’ll break down some of the various fantasy football options, as well as the considerations for each one. The reason is that depending on what points or stats the fantasy game is using, the players and teams can look quite differently. Read the rest of this entry »
Why do you never win in fantasy league? I like the NINERS every freaking week….. Get your act together and follow these guidelines.
1. Good players from good teams
This is one of my number one rules because it can be the difference between your team winning or losing this upcoming season. Focus on trying to get the best available players from the teams that you think have the best offense. By trying to avoid players on the teams with offenses that you think are not very good, you will be saving yourself some anxiety down the road. The Chicago Bears for example, have a crappy offense Read the rest of this entry »
This is the first of daily and weekly fantasy sports advice and fantasy sports tips for fantasy sports owners. FantasySmarts.com will cover fantasy football, fantasy baseball, fantasy basketball, and other fantasy sports. FantasySmarts.com is a fantasy sports community setup by fantasy sports champions to provide expert opinion on fantasy sports. In addition to the expert opinions, we encourage everyone to participate and comment on posts to enrich the the community and share knowledge. We look forward to hearing from each and everyone in the community as we cover weekly fantasy sports. Read the rest of this entry »