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Clay Davis Youth League vs. League Commissioners – 6 F.J. 555 (September 30, 2014) – Fantasy Football Rule Dispute (Adrian Peterson)

SUPREME COURT OF FANTASY JUDGMENT Clay Davis Youth League vs. League Commissioners ON PETITION FOR WRIT OF CERTIORARI FROM THE GURU’S FANTASY FOOTBALL LEAGUE Decided September 30, 2014 Cite as 6 F.J. 555 (September 2014) Factual Background A fantasy football league called the Guru’s Fantasy Football League (hereinafter referred to as “GFFL”) is a 12-team […]

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Bill and Suzie’s Tavern vs. Gina Juice – 5 F.J. 267 (November 12, 2013) – Fantasy Football Trade Dispute (A.Jeffery/D.Woodhead)

SUPREME COURT OF FANTASY JUDGMENT Bill and Suzie’s Tavern vs. Gina Juice ON PETITION FOR WRIT OF CERTIORARI FROM THE LEAGUE OF CHAMPIONS Decided November 12, 2013 Cite as 5 F.J. 267 (November 2013) Factual Background A fantasy football league called The League of Champions (hereinafter referred to as “LOC”) is a non-keeper, non-PPR (points […]

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Polcats vs. Gina Juice – 5 F.J. 253 (November 3, 2013) – Fantasy Football Trade Review (E.Manuel/B.Pierce/B.Weeden)

SUPREME COURT OF FANTASY JUDGMENT Polcats vs. Gina Juice ON PETITION FOR WRIT OF CERTIORARI FROM THE LEAGUE OF CHAMPIONS Decided November 3, 2013 Cite as 5 F.J. 253 (November 2013) Factual Background A fantasy football league called The League of Champions (hereinafter referred to as “LOC”) is a non-keeper, non-PPR (points per reception) league […]

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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: Fantasy Trade 411 Non-PPR Mock Draft Review

On August 5, 2013, I participated in a 12-team non-PPR fantasy football mock draft hosted by Nick Raducanu of Fantast Trade 411 for inclusion in his upcoming draft guide.  I had the pleasure of drafting with some of the best fantasy football experts in the industry which led to some interesting trash-talking and a few […]

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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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Evil Empire vs. George – 4 F.J. 289 (October 24, 2012) – Fantasy Football Trade Review (B.Roethlisberger/R.Jennings)

SUPREME COURT OF FANTASY JUDGMENT Evil Empire vs. George ON PETITION FOR WRIT OF CERTIORARI FROM THE LEAGUE OF EXTRAORDINARY GENTLEMEN Decided October 24, 2012 Cite as 4 F.J. 289 (October 2012) Factual Background A fantasy football league called the League of Extraordinary Gentlemen (hereinafter referred to as “LOEG”) is comprised of ten (10) teams […]

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Top Ten Fantasy Football Lessons Learned from 2011

In the world of fantasy sports, we are always looking ahead to the future by learning from the past.  We make predictions, presumptions, and projections based on what has already happened.  Sometimes things work out and other times they do not.  But there are some general concepts that apply no matter what the circumstances are […]

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Top Ten Fantasy Football Players of 2011

For many fantasy football leagues, this week represents the championship game.  While some of you perhaps achieved this success through dumb luck, I will assume that most of you actually knew what you were doing and utilized your skills and intuition to attain such success.  That being said, this week’s Top Ten list will be […]

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