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Passing Judgment – Top Ten Fantasy Football Busts of 2014

Drafting in fantasy sports leagues is an art, not a science.  All the preparation in the world does not guarantee or assure anything once the season starts.  Generally, most fantasy GM’s know that, but it is still a tough pill to swallow when your best laid plans do not come to fruition.  It is easy […]

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Team A vs. Team B – 5 F.J. 239 (October 19, 2013) – Fantasy Football Trade Dispute (A.Peterson/M.Jones-Drew/G.Bernard)

SUPREME COURT OF FANTASY JUDGMENT Team A vs. Team B ON PETITION FOR WRIT OF CERTIORARI FROM THE LEAGUE OF CHAMPIONS Decided October 19, 2013 Cite as 5 F.J. 239 (October 2013) Factual Background A member of The League of Champions fantasy football league (hereinafter referred to as “the league”) submitted a proposed trade for […]

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Passing Judgment: Fantasy Football – Grading the Pre-Season ESPN Top 25 Players

The NFL season is six weeks old which means we are almost halfway done with the fantasy football regular season. By this point, you have a good sense of what your team really is. But if you think back to July and August when you were preparing for your draft, you are probably both pleasantly […]

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Passing Judgment: The Fantasy Football Running Back Dilemma

Succeeding at fantasy football requires all of the stars to align for you over the course of a season.  Not only must you thoroughly prepare for your draft, but you must also accumulate depth, analyze bye weeks, avoid injuries, manage the waiver wire, be creative and intelligent with trades, and have a little Lady Luck […]

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Fantasy Football: FSWA Industry Insiders League Draft Recap

On August 21, 2013, I participated in the Fantasy Sports Writers Association (“FSWA”) Industry Insiders Fantasy Football Draft hosted on RTSports.com.  There are actually over 10 different FSWA leagues comprised of 12 teams each, so the league I am in is named after ESPN’s Eric Karabell.  I have some stiff competition in this 20-round PPR […]

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Fantasy Football: Make Your First Pick Count

Draft Day Tips – Make the First One Count By: Mathew Silverman (@MathewSilverman) My father always used to say, “There are only two certainties in life, death and taxes.”   Fortunately for us, fantasy football has neither.   Thus, logic tells us there are no certainties in fantasy football.   Injuries, ineffectiveness, and multiple other reasons can make […]

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Fantasy Football: Fighting Chance Fantasy – Mock Draft Review (July 29, 2013)

Fantasy Football: Mock Draft Review On July 29, 2013, I participated in a 12-team fantasy football PPR mock draft hosted by Ryan Hallam (@fightingchance) of FightingChanceFantasy.com.  Along with some of the industry’s best including Steve Gardner, Mike Harmon, Allie Fontana, Nick Minnix, Howard Bender and others, we spent a couple hours on MyFantasyLeague.com drafting teams and […]

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Fantasy Football: The Fantasy Fix PPR Mock Draft (July 10, 2013)

Fantasy Football PPR Mock Draft Review By: Michael A. Stein, Esq. (@FantasyJudgment) On July 10, 2013, I participated in TheFantasyFix.com’s expert fantasy football PPR mock draft with some of the best names in the industry including C.D. Carter, Jeff Haseley, Chet Gresham, Eric Yeomans, Rumford Johnny and Allie Fontana.  It was a 12-team league and […]

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Fantasy Football: Digging Deeper with Coach Dennis – Volume 5 (Fantasy Awards)

Digging Deeper with Coach Dennis – Volume 5 By: Dennis Esser (@coachesser) After a long and grueling season, it is now time for Coach Dennis to hand out his awards for unique and completely fabricated categories.  The Unsexiest Pick of the Year Winner: Marshawn Lynch (RB-SEA) On draft day you would probably heard a lot […]

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Fantasy Football: Digging Deeper with Coach Dennis – Volume 3 (The Art of the Deal)

Digging Deeper with Coach Dennis – Volume 3 By: Dennis Esser (@coachesser) THE ART OF THE DEAL With the final few weeks of the Fantasy Football regular season upon us, most GM’s are scrambling to optimize their rosters for that all important playoff push.  While some are scouring the waiver wire in the hopes that […]

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