Fantasy Football Sites to Help You Fantasy Football is something that everyone can play, whether you know how to or not. There are many types of leagues to get into and many web sites that support online leagues.
You can choose a team in a league that has an automatic draft where the computer system picks for you or for the diehards you can choose a team that's in a league where you set and make your picks one by one as the draft progresses. Either way you go the draft tends to make or break your season before it starts. Rarely do you get the opportunity to pick up an undrafted player that can make an impact on your team unless an injury happens and you are able to beat the others in your league to the punch to get his potential back-up.
Regardless, it helps to do research so you can get an idea of either the players you need to draft or the undrafted players you may want to pick-up.
I have compiled a list of 5 web sites that you can turn to that will help you determine which players you can look for to help strengthen your team. Keep in mind that every team is going to end up with some good players that put up good numbers each week but it's the players that play the supporting roles like Tight Ends that can really help you win games.
I want you to consider as you look through the web sites that each site has a set of writers with their opinions about different players and teams. You may find the same players at the top of each list in different orders but as you drill down into the list, different names will appear. You can compile the information from the different web sites and formulate your own opinion.
1) Fantasy Football Toolbox provides a lot of great information including draft cheat sheets, top 100 player ranking, injury reports and much more. You can literally find out any bit of information you want.
2) Fantasy CAFE Has a good bit of information on it including sleepers, rankings, and forums. It's a well designed web site that is easy to use.
3) Fans fantasy football like the other sites has good quality information. An interesting feature I found with this site is a section where you can ask advice from the experts.
4) The Fantasy Football Times has a very interesting look to the web page. It, as you might expect, looks like a newspaper with a lot of information in it. You will find the same type of information on this site that is contained on the other sites and it is very easy to navigate.
5) Fantasy Factor is a fantasy sports site that offer fantasy sports tips as well. I like their article page where in they put many strategies and tips articles that will definitely help in playing fantasy sports. Their forum is also very helpful. You can connect with other fantasy sports player and share techniques.
These are a few sites that I did some research on that will provide you the quality data you need to make informed decisions about your fantasy football team. There are many more you can look to. In the world of fantasy football, more information is always better.