Let’s set the record straight: fantasy football is an excellent game, makes you a better fan of football, and is something anyone can enjoy.
These men risk life and limb for our entertainment every autumn, and reducing them to numbers is simply wrong. The passion and grit are what make football great, not the stats.
David Fucillo from SB Nation shares his fantasy football rankings and best draft tips on this episode of The Federalist Radio Hour.
By this point, you’ve probably familiarized yourself with your league’s scoring system, rules, and any relevant guidelines. Now all that’s left is the exciting part: the draft!
Giants wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr. displays what a great life it can be when your head isn’t stuck up your…navel.
David Fucillo joins Federalist Radio to talk about the world of sports media and provide some advice for picking your fantasy football teams this year.
Neil Greenberg, sportswriter at the Washington Post, explains why this could be the worst Super Bowl ever.
It now appears as though the future of online fantasy gaming will lay in the hands of courts, legislatures, and ultimately voters.
For the love of Pete, it’s daily fantasy football.
Daily fantasy football is more a game of chance than skill. So it should be regulated more like gambling or stock trading.
Fantasy football is one boy’s club women should feel no shame in crashing.
Fantasy football’s extra dash of silliness creates a buffer from the raw torrent of emotion that occasionally makes real sports just a little too real.
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