Establishing solid Fantasy Football Picks

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When preparing for for the season its important that your strategy drives towards the ultimate fantasy football picks for each aspect of playing the game. Making good draft choices, always looking to improving your roster through trades and most importantly setting a solid weekly line-up. Much easier said than done!. Tons of factors to keep in mind. Just as with the real NFL draft, you have to do solid research and a little bit of good fortune. Despite all the stats, numbers and expert forecasts, sometimes the best laid plans just don't work out. Like my good friend Dana Valentine says "sometimes its better to be luck than good" Marshall Faulk in the first round, then Steve Young in the second round followed by an up anc coming M. Harrison and man 1998 was a good year for me.

Of course, there's a way to limit the possibility of making mistakes when making fantasy football picks. The first thing to do is research the players. This might sound simple. After all, all you have to do is look up stats from last year, look at the top 15-16 players in each stat category and write those names down on your cheat sheet. Right? Actually, it's a lot more complicated than that.

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One of the things to look always pay attention to year round for is all the changes to coaching staffs. As we all know now and a perfect example when Drew Brees left the San Diego Chargers for the New Orleans Saints via free agency. Brees was one of the top quarterbacks in the league the previous year throwing for 3,576 yards and 24 touchdowns, following up an impressive 2004 campaign in which he also threw for more than 3,000 yards. When making fantasy football picks for quarterbacks, however, you must consider how he will fit in with the Saints. With the Chargers, Breees had LaDainian Tomlinson at running back and a very good offensive line. At the time the Saints featured some talented personnel as well, with receivers Joe Horn, Donte' Stallworth and god ole running back Deuce McAllister. The question was "how will Brees mesh" with his new teammates? This ended up playing out very well because he has owned the NFC South for the past three years going up against Tampa Bay, Carolina and Atlanta, with the Bucs and Falcons featuring two of the top defenses in the league previous years, so keep stuff like that in mind when making those tough fantasy football picks.

Some other moves that turned out bad could be considered that same year Miami Dolphins signed a quarterback in Daunte Culpepper who could have been a potential sleeper after leaving the Minnesota Vikings. Culpepper did terrible coming off a major knee injury and even with running backs Ricky Williams and Ronnie Brown to hand off to 90% of the time. Alot of people took a chance and said look this could be a decent fantasy football picks but as we all know (or those of you that do not) Brees was a stud that year and Culpepper just did not cut it and now with the Detroit Lions we could see similar results. These things happen when getting ready for the season you have good moves and bad moves "waiver wire wonders" can take you to a championship.

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