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100 Fantasy Football Tips in 100 Days, Day 6: Buy the New Fantasy Football for Smart People Books!

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Christmas is here! The newest books in the Fantasy Football for Smart People series – four of them – are now on sale. These four books, which I’m very proud to publish, are the four season-long-focused fantasy football books that I’ll have for sale this year. I’ll also be publishing another daily fantasy football book in the coming weeks.

You can purchase the books on Amazon (Kindle or paperback) or right here on FFD (PDF). Here’s a rundown of what you’ll be getting:

 

  • Book #1: “25 Mysteries Solved to Help You Draft a Better Team”

“Fantasy Football for Smart People: 25 Mysteries Solved to Help You Draft a Better Team” was FFfSP 25 Mysteriescreated to take your fantasy football team over the edge by answering over two dozen critical mysteries in the world of fantasy football. How should I handle the flex position? What’s the best way to draft rookies? Do players perform worse after receiving big contracts? What’s one simple way to dramatically increase my team’s chances of winning? How should my draft strategy change based on the draft slot?

“Fantasy Football for Smart People: 25 Mysteries Solved to Help You Draft a Better Team” is a collection of timeless lessons developed to transform you into a dominant fantasy football owner by using an analytical, data-driven approach to buck conventional wisdom. No more drafting based on hunches. Real numbers, real analysis, real fantasy football championships.

TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • 1 How can I dramatically improve my team without a second of research?
  • 2 Do players tank after signing big contracts?
  • 3 Are small-school prospects better fantasy options than big-school players?
  • 4 Can college conference really predict NFL success?
  • 5 How can I analyze past seasons to acquire future value?
  • 6 What’s the perfect fantasy football league?
  • 7 How can I predict which running backs will break out?
  • 8 Which measurables matter for wide receivers?
  • 9 Is there one number that predicts tight end success?
  • 10 Which measurable is the most overrated?
  • 11 How many fantasy points can I expect from different types of rookies?
  • 12 How much does a heavy workload matter to running backs?
  • 13 How much does a heavy workload affect wide receiver production?
  • 14 Do running backs really break down after high-volume seasons?
  • 15 Should I pair a quarterback with his receiver(s)?
  • 16 How can I see explosive growth in fantasy point scoring?
  • 17 How can I make better predictions?
  • 18 Is a No. 2 WR on a good team better than a No.1 on a crappy team?
  • 19 Are second and third-round rookies undervalued in fantasy football?
  • 20 How can I follow the 80-20 rule in fantasy football?
  • 21 Which stats can I use to predict quarterback breakouts?
  • 22 Why should I focus on “the little things” in fantasy football?
  • 23 Do changes in preseason draft position predict player performance?
  • 24 Do most running backs fully recover from ACL tears?
  • 25 How should I draft a kicker?

Buy the Kindlepaperback, or PDF.

 

  • Book #2: How Fantasy Football Pros Game Plan to Win

Fantasy Pros Game Plan“Fantasy Football for Smart People: How Fantasy Football Pros Game Plan to Win” is a comprehensive look into the methods, numbers, and information utilized by the top fantasy football players in the world. Based upon a scientific approach to fantasy football, the book will take you through how fantasy football’s pros—those truly profiting big bucks from the game—take home fantasy championships year in and year out.

Starting with preseason research and moving to complex draft techniques and finally in-season strategies, “Fantasy Football for Smart People: How Fantasy Football Pros Game Plan to Win” is built around the belief that everything you think you know about fantasy football should be questioned and tested. You’ll learn which stats are most important to fantasy owners, how to understand and embrace the randomness inherent to the game, why some draft strategies are better than others, and most important, how to make the most accurate predictions possible so you can finally transform into the dominant fantasy owner you were meant to be.

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Section I: Pre-Draft

  • Why Most Fantasy Football Predictions Go Wrong
  • The Difference Between QB and RB Aging
  • A Look at the Importance of RB Size
  • A Hidden Downside of Size for RBs
  • The Advanced Stats I Use to Win Leagues
  • Why Rookie QBs are Undervalued
  • One Trick to Identify Undervalued Rookie RBs
  • Breaking Down WR Performance By Conference
  • The Quickest, Easiest, Most Accurate Way to Create a Big Board
  • This Small-Bodied WR Type Might Be Undervalued

Section II: In-Draft

  • The Best Draft Slot in Fantasy Football
  • Why a “Best Player Available” Draft Strategy Fails
  • The Most Important Fantasy Football Analysis You’ll Read All Year (For Real)
  • Why and How You Should Trade Out of Rounds 3 & 4
  • A Barbell Approach to Drafting
  • How to Handle the Flex Position
  • Can We Use Strength of Schedule?

Section III: In-Season

  • Why Randomness Is Your Best Friend
  • How QBs Perform Without Their Top WR
  • How to Use Vegas to Better Your Fantasy Team
  • Using Vegas Totals to Project Rushing Stats
  • Game Flow and Fantasy Points
  • How to Pull Off the Perfect Trade
  • More Evidence that Non-Pass-Catching Backs Suck
  • How Much Do Top Defenses Limit Passing Success?
  • One Trait That Can Predict QB Play in Cold Weather

Buy the Kindlepaperback, or PDF.

 

  • Book #3: Lessons from RotoAcademy (Volume 1.0)

RotoAcademy is the world’s first fantasy football training school. I founded RotoAcademy to bridge the FFfSP RotoAcademy 1gap between the average fantasy football player and the game’s elite, and I’ve teamed up with some of fantasy football’s top minds to create educational lessons designed to help you win your league.

In this inaugural Volume 1.0 edition of Lessons from RotoAcademy, you’ll learn:

  • How to Project Rookies (and Why They Matter)
  • How to Quantify Offensive Line Play
  • Why Your Draft Picks Suck (and How to Fix It)
  • How to Project Players on New Teams
  • What Warren Buffett Can Teach You About Fantasy Football
  • And a Whole Lot More

One of the traits that separates RotoAcademy from other fantasy sports services is that we take a truly scientific approach to the game, valuing the pursuit of knowledge as highly as the knowledge itself. We’ll show you the latest theories, trends, and stats in fantasy football, but more important, we’ll teach you how to be flexible enough to change your strategies based on new evidence.

Whether you want to dominate your fantasy football draft or gain an in-season edge, Lessons from RotoAcademy (Volume 1.0) will show you how to approach the game more analytically to become a true long-term winner.

TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • 1 My fantasy quarterback has really big…hands
  • 2 I Got 99 Problems and Jay Z’s Lack of Knowledge Concerning RB Aging Rates Is One
  • 3 Why should I give a shit about rookies?
  • 4 How to Predict Which Rookie WRs Will Have Elite NFL Careers
  • 5 Keenan Allen, Alshon Jeffery, and College WR Dominance
  • 6 Being Receptive to Different Points of View
  • 7 Why do my draft picks always suck? A statistical look at why your draft picks suck
  • 8 A New Way to Look at Rookie Wide Receivers
  • 9 How important is goal-line work in fantasy football?
  • 10 How useful is film study in fantasy football?
  • 11 If You’re a Wide Receiver, Don’t Let Women Fool You: Size Matters
  • 12 How much does size matter for running backs?
  • 13 Rin Tin Tin and the Importance of NFL Draft Slots
  • 14 How quickly do elite players become elite?
  • 15 Is it better to draft earlier or later in the year?
  • 16 The Tao of Fantasy Football
  • 17 The Big Uglies, Fantasy Production, and the Tale of Little Joey
  • 18 Stay Away From The NFL Free Agency Kool-Aid!
  • 19 What Warren Buffett Can Teach Us About Fantasy Football
  • 20 Understanding Position Scarcity and Long-Term Position Trends

*Note: This content is from RotoAcademy – my fantasy football training school. For the best value, enroll in RotoAcademy now.

Buy the Kindlepaperback, or PDF.

 

  • Book #4: Lessons from RotoAcademy (Volume 2.0)

FFfSP RotoAcademy 2

RotoAcademy is the world’s first fantasy football training school. I founded RotoAcademy to bridge the gap between the average fantasy football player and the game’s elite, and I’ve teamed up with some of fantasy football’s top minds to create educational lessons designed to help you win your league.

In this Volume 2.0 edition of Lessons from RotoAcademy, you’ll learn:

 

  • How to Draft With an Early/Late Pick
  • How to Better Predict Touchdowns
  • Whether or not a Great QB Helps or Hurts His RBs
  • How to Use Game Theory During Your Draft
  • Which WRs Are the Most Consistent
  • How Age Affects Production
  • And a Whole Lot More

One of the traits that separates RotoAcademy from other fantasy sports services is that we take a truly scientific approach to the game, valuing the pursuit of knowledge as highly as the knowledge itself. We’ll show you the latest theories, trends, and stats in fantasy football, but more important, we’ll teach you how to be flexible enough to change your strategies based on new evidence.

Whether you want to dominate your fantasy football draft or gain an in-season edge, Lessons from RotoAcademy (Volume 2.0) will show you how to approach the game more analytically to become a true long-term winner.

TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • 1 Understanding Science’s Role in Fantasy Football
  • 2 Why a Rookie Quarterback’s College Matters. . .A Lot
  • 3 Do different types of wide receivers age differently?
  • 4 How to Draft with a Top Four Pick
  • 5 “Off-the-Wall” Strategies and How to Draft with a Bottom Four Pick
  • 6 Nearing the Goal Line: Why You Need to Care About WR Red Zone Efficiency
  • 7 The Chicken or the Egg: How do elite receivers and tight ends impact each other?
  • 8 Another Reason to Love Mobile Quarterbacks?
  • 9 Why Third-Best Isn’t Good Enough: A Look at NFL Draft Saturation
  • 10 What Wall Street Can Teach Us About Daily Fantasy Football
  • 11 Identifying Red Flags and Being Wrong the Right Way
  • 12 How do rookie quarterbacks impact a team’s top receiver?
  • 13 I can’t stop writing about wide receiver size.
  • 14 Does a great QB help or hurt his RB?
  • 15 How much does a great QB help his WRs (and how much does a crappy one hurt)?
  • 16 How to Use Rookie Stats to Project Wide Receivers in Year 2
  • 17 Why Focusing on the Little Things Helps You Understand the Big Thing
  • 18 A Preliminary Look at How to Use Game Theory in Your Fantasy Draft
  • 19 My Love Affair with Small-School Running Backs Isn’t Weird
  • 20 How does a rookie’s age affect his fantasy production?
  • 21 Which types of wide receivers are the most predictable?
  • 22 Do teams score more points when they play in domes?
  • 23 A Low-Variance Approach to Fantasy Football
  • 24 Can quarterbacks from terrible teams provide above-average returns?

*Note: This content is from RotoAcademy – my fantasy football training school. For the best value, enroll in RotoAcademy now.

Buy the Kindlepaperback, or PDF.

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I will also be publishing my draft and in-season packages in the coming weeks, so look out for those. Thanks, as always, for the support.

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