The season isn't really over, friends. While one dude or chick in each of your leagues has bragging rights over their regular season victory for the next year, there are still a lot of things to think about in fantasy football land. First, playoff fantasy football is starting up and if you're interested in playing the NFL.com challenge, check out my post from Monday. Second, there's planning for the 2008 fantasy season that can be done. Yes, I'm serious. Take a look at some of the season review articles and start thinking about who you might want to draft in 2008. And third, the 2008 NFL draft is only a few months off...
But in the meantime, if you're attempting to recapture what life is like sans fantasy football, perhaps you can relate to Mark St. Amant's post Fantasy Cold Turkey. Also, as a librarian, I can't help but love that Rotoworld's Gregg Rosenthal has a list of recent favorite football books that you may want to take a look at this year. I've read Next Man Up and Friday Night Lights and am currently reading The GM - so clearly I have quite a few more football books to devour. Any suggestions are welcome.
1. Playoff FF
- Rotoworld's Post-Season Fantasy Rankings
- Fanball's Winning Playoff Fantasy Football
- SportingNews' Playoff Rankings column will be up tomorrow.
- FanNation's Season's Best
- FF Toolbox's Player Upgrades: Year in Review
- Ask The Commish's 2007 Year End Statistical Review
- If you're itching for some 2008 NFL Draft info, try Junkyard Jake's NFL Mock Draft including two rounds of projections and the top prospects at each position.
- ProFantasySports.com's Fantasy Viewer's Guide to Bowl Games - see who you should be (or should have been) taking a look at during the college bowl games for this year's NFL draft.