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New Books in the “Fantasy Football for Smart People” Series

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In case you didn’t notice those massive cover images I posted at the top of the blog, I published a few books this year. The first is an updated version of last year’s book Fantasy Football for Smart People: How to Dominate Your Draft.

Fantasy Football for Smart People: How to Dominate Your Draft offers in-depth fantasy football draft strategy. The aim of the book is to provide advanced material for experienced fantasy football owners and “bottom line” analysis for novices. The book is not a collection of player rankings or projections, but rather an assessment of various draft strategies and fantasy football tenants. It will provide a solid foundation from which you can improve as an owner to dominate your draft for a decade to come.

The second examines 25 fantasy football puzzles. It’s called Fantasy Football for Smart People: What the Experts Don’t Want You to Know.

Fantasy Football for Smart People: What the Experts Don’t Want You to Know contains solutions to 25 of fantasy football’s most pressing questions. What’s the best draft spot? Do running backs really break down after a lot of carries? How should you project rookies? What’s the best waiver wire strategy? What the Experts Don’t Want You to Know will answer these important questions—and give you a wealth of fantasy football knowledge along the way—to provide the edge you need to make the jump toward becoming an advanced fantasy football owner.

And the final book, Fantasy Football for Smart People: How to Cash in on the Future of the Game, is a look into the world of weekly fantasy football.

Fantasy Football for Smart People: How to Cash in on the Future of the Game is the first book of its kind to break down the actual strategies used by the top owners in the world of weekly fantasy football. With weekly fantasy football growing at an exponential rate, there’s a whole lot of money to be made, and advanced weekly owners are already cashing in to the tune of hundreds of thousands of dollars in profit. With input from one of the weekly fantasy football “sharks”—FFFC $150,000 winner Peter Jennings—How to Cash in on the Future of the Game will show you how to manage your money, select the perfect websites, make projections, and create lineups so that you can finally treat your hobby as you always wanted—as an investment.

All three books are available on Amazon in both paperback and Kindle form. You can buy PDFs of the book at FantasyFootballDrafting.com, where I’m also selling my 2013 draft package for just $4.99.

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