Between 20 and 30 million people play fantasy football each year. Now, Fantasy Football: The Next Level goes beyond stats and projections to teach readers a proven approach to drafting and managing a team that succeeds - in any league. Dorey's wealth of tips, tools and techniques - based on two decades of fantasy football expertise - will help experienced players and newcomers alike win their championships every season. Learn how to:
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Yes, while some of the information is outdated 80% - 90% is valuable for any fantasy player to know.
No, but only due to the fact it has so much information you will want to read it in parts to absorb it all.
This book is great for anyone wanting to do more than draft by default player rankings or cheat sheets. It will point out what to look for, what to stay away from and how to perform your own evaluations. Please keep in mind that you will need to stay alert at certain parts as while not drastic, the game has changed since this book was written (2007) and some of it is not relevant in todays drafting process. Do not worry though as I mentioned before 80% - 90% of it or so it is useful. Think of it as new driving laws were implemented but driving itself has not changed.
The book was really informative on new strategies on how to draft from season-to-season by not looking at last year's stats to draft players but apply your draft to how your league scores points and choose your players like that using a LAG analysis.
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