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It’s that time of year again. . .football season! Get your 2015 Fantasy Football Draft Guide of TheFantasyGreek.com, “Your Second Opinion For Your Fantasy Football Instinct” from Amazon in book form or Kindle Form. It's 130 pages of must read and need fantasy football information for your upcoming draft!

 

The Guide Book begins with our 2015 Draft Highlights which give a nice narrative setting as to what the characteristics of this year’s fantasy football drafts will look like. While you don’t have to spend your first two picks on running backs (like the old days), you’ll still have to get two running backs early, likely three total running backs within your first five picks!

 

This leads us to some common sense things to keep in mind in approaching a fantasy football draft, for novices and veterans of the fantasy football world. And if you scored the number one pick in your league’s draft, what should you do? Well, The Fantasy Greek provides one approach. Tied to this will be draft strategies for drafting with the second overall pick, third overall pick, and so on.

 

The Fantasy Greek has made some additions to this year’s Draft Guide too. The Draft Guide now has expanded Top 200s. Not only do you get Non-PPR and PPR rankings for leagues where passing touchdowns equate to 4-points each, but you get them for leagues where passing TDs count for 6-points each! Also, quarterbacks are now ranked for both scoring systems too.

Also, don’t be without our QB Handcuff list and QB-Defense Pairing List. Along with the Top 200 for your league’s scoring system, it should be everything you’ll need to work your way through your draft.

 

To prepare for draft day, besides the over 250 positional player profiles provided, The Draft Guide contains lists of top injury risks, sleepers, super sleepers, comeback players, rookies, overvalued players, undervalued players, and all new, second year receivers and third year receivers.

 

View Sample Pages Here

 

In the end, you get all this plus a FREE Skybox Subscription to the members only content on the site! It includes e-mail access t The Fantasy Greek to help set your lineup each and every weekend.

 

If The Fantasy Greek.com helps you become a fantasy football aficionado, The Fantasy Greek has done its job. Cheers and . . .

 

“May The Fantasy Gods Smile Upon You!”

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