September 8, 2009

Fantasy Football 2009: Running Back Draft Tiers

Comments Off

Using tiers determines the gap in talent between players at a given position. When there is a large discrepancy in talent between players at that position, it’s important to draft that position before the talent level drops. When there are several players all with the similar values, it may be better to wait to draft that position.

Below is a list of Running Back Draft Tiers:

Tier 1
Adrian Peterson (MIN)
Click Here to Continue Reading »

Comments Off
September 5, 2009

Fantasy Football 2009: Wide Receiver Draft Tiers

Comments Off

Using tiers determines the gap in talent between players at a given position. When there is a large discrepancy in talent between players at that position, it’s important to draft that position before the talent level drops. When there are several players all with the similar values, it may be better to wait to draft that position.

Below is a list of Wide Receiver Draft Tiers:

Tier 1
Larry Fitzgerald
Click Here to Continue Reading »

Comments Off
September 4, 2009

Fantasy Football 2009: Quarterback Draft Tiers

Comments Off

Using tiers determines the gap in talent between players at a given position. When there is a large discrepancy in talent between players at that position, it’s important to draft that position before the talent level drops. When there are several players all with the similar values, it may be better to wait to draft that position.

Below is a list of Quarterback Draft Tiers:

Tier 1
Tom Brady
Click Here to Continue Reading »

Comments Off
September 3, 2009

Fantasy Football 2009: Bad QB & WR Match-Ups in the Fantasy Playoffs

Comments Off

Similar to the previous post, it’s important to keep in mind which teams are playing most of their Week 14-17 games in bad weather cities. The following teams have bad QB and WR Match-Ups in the fantasy playoffs in 2009 (with opponents in Week 14, Week 15, Week 16, and Week 17).
Click Here to Continue Reading »

Comments Off
September 2, 2009

Fantasy Football 2009: Good QB & WR Match-Ups in the Fantasy Playoffs

Comments Off

If you’re like me, weeks 14, 15, & 16 (and sometimes 17) are the Playoffs and Championship of your League. Going into your draft, don’t forget that those weeks are in December and January. Games in the cold outdoors can be great for running games, but terrible for passing games.

The following teams have good QB & WR Match-Ups in the Fantasy Playoffs in 2009 (with opponents in Week 14, Week 15, Week 16, and Week 17).
Click Here to Continue Reading »

Comments Off


© 2009-2010 Gravy Train Productions, LLC

Sitemap | Entries RSS