Ready for week 2 of fantasy football? Need help deciding who to start or sit? Maybe you need an injury update on Larry Fitzgerald and aren’t sure whether or not to get him into your lineups. Every Sunday throughout the season, we will be live in our forums helping readers, new and old, set their fantasy football lineups for the week ahead.
For those readers who are returning, chances are you will need to register for a new account in the forums, as the software is new, with the best features available on the web today.
Here is a brief overview of our site’s plans for the 2013 fantasy football season, and how you can get involved!:
Waiver Wire Advice:
Every week, owners will want to know who the best waiver wire pickups are in their league. We will publish a weekly article, as well as dispense advice in the forums to the community.
Lineup Help/ Roster Advice:
Multiple ways to receive lineup help and roster advice for your fantasy squad. We will publish weekly rankings articles, as each author will give you his unique spin on who the best options are for the week ahead.
If you still aren’t sure who to start, jump into the forums and interact with the community. Our entire writing staff will be on hand to answer questions, as well as other members of the community who just love to talk fantasy football lineups and rosters.
Should you really roll with Larry Fitzgerald in week 2? Will he be ready to go against the Lions? These questions and more will be answered in the forums by our community
Is it time to make the move and drop Ben Roethlisberger for E.J. Manuel? Will Geno Smith end up being a better fantasy option than Ryan Tannehill? Everyone has questions like these, and that is what our site is built on – receiving the best fantasy advice from your peers. Receive multiple perspectives so that you can make the most informed decision come game day.
Sundays – LIVE game day lineup help
Every Sunday, 2-3 hours before kickoff, our lead NFL writer Mike Sherman (and several staff writers) will be live in the forums answering our reader’s most pressing fantasy questions. This is a rapid fire Q&A, so please be patient as Mike attempts to get to all of your questions.
Become a fantasy writer!
Check out our right sidebar for information on how to become a Jr. Writer for our site. All of our top fantasy football writers started out as readers who applied for a position and worked their way up!
So yes, this was the long way of saying, if you want to join one of the fastest growing fantasy sports communities on the web today, jump into the forums where we will be dising out advice on the weekly waiver wire, rosters/lineups, start/sit, and add/drops all season long!
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