2015 Fantasy Football Draft Guide

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Aug 6, 2015; Foxborough, MA, USA; Fans hold up a sign for New England Patriots quarterback

Tom Brady

(12) during training camp at Gillette Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Winslow Townson-USA TODAY Sports

Ah yes! It’s a truly wonderful time of year if you’re a fan of the pigskin. Not only are all 32 NFL teams now in training camp, but it’s also prime time for fantasy football drafting.

I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again — fantasy football IS its own sport. Hell, it’s now its own industry.

DraftKings, FanDuel, ESPN, NFL.com, Yahoo!, CBS Sports, Dynasty, Keeper, IDP, PPR and Standard are all names that have become somewhat of a second language for some of us after a decade strong of fantasy football trials and tribulations.

On the line?

Bragging rights, golden belts or rings, and money — plenty of reasons to make you start preparing as early as possible to gain a leg up on your competition. Plus, the prep work is fun!

In my second year in a row of writing a draft guide, I’m going to go over some things that I believe will help you achieve your goals in 2015 — N0. 1 of course being winning a title.

Some of the areas we divulge into could be commonly asked questions or theory’s that I have developed and put to the test. Don’t get me wrong, I’m no more of an “expert” than the next guy. What I am however is a fantasy football veteran of many different forms, and someone who spends 365 days a year analyzing the game.

So sit back, take notes, and study up — because the road to your championship begins now.

Class is officially in session!

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