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Friday = football

Greetings and happy Friday. It's a beautiful day in Colorado and I have a very strong desire to spend the entire day outside. Luckily for you, a tiny thing called a job means that I am attached to my computer for the day. So let's talk football.

  • A few days ago I linked to some info on top fantasy defenses - now it's time to take a look at some offense analysis - check out Althon/Grogan's Fantasy Football's Finger On The Pulse: NFL's Most Improved Offenses as well as Gregg Rosenthal's Five Emerging Offenses.
  • I know many of you are looking for IDP information (thanks to that handy poll to your right), so try reading Fantasy Football Starter's On the rise or past there prime? that looks specifically at veteran IDPers.
  • Something else to think about as you prepare for FF season - what kind of draft strategies do you employ? Fantasy Football Fools has a nice summary article, Fantasy Draft Strategy: Tiering Your Player Rankings and Cheat Sheets, on drafting by tiers - and if you're an auction drafter, read the comments section for thoughts on using tiers for auction drafts.
  • And as always, I recommend that you check out Michael Fabiano's Fantasy Mailbag on NFL.com. Lots of these questions relate to keeper league decisions but Fabiano's answers should be helpful to all.

Have a great weekend!

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